142 Works

Response Surfaces in the Numerical Homogenization of Non-Linear Porous Materials

Witold BELUCH & Marcin HATŁAS
The paper deals with the numerical homogenization of structures made of non-linear porous material. Material non-linearity causes a significant increase in computational costs for numerical homogenization procedure. An application of the response surface methodology allows a significant reduction of the computational effort providing good approximation precision. Finite element method commercial software is employed to solve the boundary-value problem in both scales. Due to the significant reduction in computing time, the proposed attitude may be applied...

Numerical simulation of random fields using correlated random vector and the Karhunen-Loève expansion

Mariusz POŃSKI & Iwona POKORSKA

Effect of temperature on crack kinking and jumping in a cross-ply laminated beam

S. YAMAMOTO, T. IKEDA & A. SENBA

Multi-criteria analysis on spatial data of the landscape

Paweł JAROSZ, Piotr ŁABĘDŹ & Paweł OZIMEK

Unified fractional derivative models of magneto-thermo-viscoelasticity theory

M.A. EZZAT & A.A. EL-BARY

On Navier slip and Reynolds transpiration numbers

Paweł ZIÓŁKOWSKI & Janusz BADUR

Continuous contact problem of a functionally graded layer resting on an elastic half-plane

E. ÖNER, G. ADIYAMAN & A. BIRINCI

Surface Green’s functions in finite plane elastostatics of harmonic materials

X. WANG & P. SCHIAVONE

Linear genetic programming control for strongly nonlinear dynamics with frequency crosstalk

Ruiying LI, Bernd NOACK, Laurent CORDIER, Jacques BORÉE, Eurika KAISER & Fabien HARAMBAT

Neutrality of coated holes in the presence of screw dislocation dipoles or circular thermal inclusions

X. WANG & P. SCHIAVONE

Horizontally polarized shear waves in stratified anisotropic (monoclinic) media

A.V. ILYASHENKO & S.V. KUZNETSOV

Analytical Modeling of I-beam as a Sandwich Structure

Krzysztof MAGNUCKI & Jerzy LEWIŃSKI

Investigation of Free Vibration and Buckling of Timoshenko Nano-beam Based on a General Form of Eringen Theory Using Conformable Fractional Derivative and Galerkin Method

Farogh Soufi MOHAMMADI, Zaher RAHIMI, Wojciech SUMELKA & Xiao-Jun YANG
The purpose of this paper is to study the free vibration and buckling of a Timoshenko nano-beam using the general form of the Eringen theory generalized based on the fractional derivatives. In this paper, using the conformable fractional derivative (CFD) definition the generalized form of the Eringen nonlocal theory (ENT) is used to consider the effects of integer and noninteger stress gradients in the constitutive relation and also to consider small-scale effect in the vibration...

NURBS-based optimization of natural frequencies for bidirectional functionally graded beams

N.I. KIM, T.A. HUYNH, Q. X. LIEU & J. LEE

Performance Evaluation and Frequency Response Analysis of a Two Stage Two Spool Electrohydraulic Servovalve with a Linearized Model

Nitesh MONDAL & Biswanath DATTA
This article focuses on the performance study and frequency response analysis with the state space model of a linearized two stage two spool non-conventional electrohydraulic servovalve from a set of nonlinear state equations. The performance of this valve depends on many valve geometries and fluid parameters. This non-conventional electrohydraulic servovalve is controlled by a pressure controlled pilot, which generates a differential pressure between the upper and lower chambers of two spools. This differential pressure acts...

On the well-posedness of the time-differential three-phase-lag thermoelasticity model

C. D’APICE, S. CHIRIŢĂ & V. ZAMPOLI

The Influence of High-Strength Bolts Stiffening on Flange Connection Behaviour

Izabela MAJOR, Maciej MAJOR & Krzysztof KULIŃSKI
Flange connections can commonly be seen in advertising board structures, which are subjected to wind loading. Depending on the structure’s geometry, additional torsion forces should be taken into account. In this paper the static behaviour of a flange connection with highstrength bolts under torsion load has been discussed. The numerical analysis concerns two cases: a flange connection subjected only to a high-strength bolts prestressing load and a flange connection subjected to both – bolts prestressing...

Formulas for the H/V ratio of Rayleigh waves in incompressible pre-stressed half-spaces

P.C. VINH, T.T. TUAN & L.T. HUE

Direct numerical simulation of the Taylor–Couette flow with the asymmetric end-wall boundary conditions

E. TULISZKA-SZNITKO & K. KIEŁCZEWSKI

Reconstruction of selected operating parameters of a thermoelectric device

Iwona NOWAK, Ryszard BUCHALIK & Grzegorz NOWAK

Postbuckling behaviour of graphene-reinforced plate with interfacial effect

A. KUMAR SRIVASTAVA & D. KUMAR

State-dependent fractional plasticity model for the true triaxial behaviour of granular soil

Y. SUN & W. SUMELKA

Identification of boundary heat flux assuring the destruction of target region of biological tissue - application of the generalized dual-phase lag model and gradient method

Lukasz TURCHAN & Ewa MAJCHRZAK

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