163 Works

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...

Investigation of Monotonic and Cyclic Behavior of Soft Clay Using Direct Simple Shear Apparatus

Sutera BENCHANUKROM, Chitsirin LAILAK & Nirut KONKONG
The purpose of this research was to study the monotonic and cyclic simple shear mode behavior of Bangkok clay, using direct simple shear apparatus. The monotonic specimens were prepared in a saturated condition and were K0 consolidated before being undrained sheared. The specimens were sheared at the shear strain rate of 5% per hour until the shear strain reached 20%. The Stress History and Normalized Soil Engineering Properties (SHANSEP) method was applied to analyze the...

LES study of turbulence intensity impact on spark ignition in a two-phase flow

J. STEMPKA, L. KUBAN & A. TYLISZCZAK

Behaviour of concrete reinforced with fibers from end-of-life tires under high compressive strain rates

Małgorzata PAJĄK, Jacek JANISZEWSKI & Leopold KRUSZKA

Lightweighting of Wishbone Finite Element Analysis

Shuxian WANG, Perk Lin CHONG & David HUGHES
This paper focuses on lightweighting of wishbone structure for ordinary 5-seated commercial vehicle. Typically, the wishbone structure is made of high carbon steel and the aim is to investigate if the composite materials, such as E-Glass/Epoxy, Carbon/Epoxy and Boron/Epoxy, can achieve the lightweighting purpose without compromising material strength. The study is carried out through finite element package (Siemen NX) with the consideration of three different loading conditions, namely, lateral braking force, vertical and longitudinal braking...

Linear genetic programming control for strongly nonlinear dynamics with frequency crosstalk

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

Inverse Kinematics of a Spatial Mechanism using Multibond Graph

Aman Kumar MAINI & Anand VAZ

Experimental study of the flow around two finite square cylinders

A. SOHANKAR, M. ABBASI, M. NILI-AHMADABADI &

Contact Between 3D Beams with Deformable Circular Cross-Sections – Numerical Verification

Olga KAWA, & Robert STUDZIŃSKI

Analytical Modeling of I-beam as a Sandwich Structure

Krzysztof MAGNUCKI & Jerzy LEWIŃSKI

Numerical Solution of MHD Casson Fluid Flow Due to a Moving Extensible Surface with Second-Order Velocity Slip and Carbon Nanotubes

Reddisekhar Reddy SEETHI REDDY & Bala Anki Reddy POLU

A Theory of Undamageable Graphene

George Z. VOYIADJIS & Peter I. KATTAN
It is the aim of this work to develop and extend the theory of undamageable materials to graphene. An undamageable material is a material where the value of the damage variable remains zero throughout the deformation process. It is anticipated that the constitutive equations for undamageable graphene can be modeled with differential equations for the case of graphene. The equations are solved for three cases: n = 1, n = 2, and the general case...

Thermodynamics Analysis of an MHD Casson Fluid Flow Through a Rotating Permeable Channel with Slip and Hall Effects

Adetayo Samuel EEGUNJOBI & Oluwole Daniel MAKINDE
In this paper, the inherent irreversibility in a Casson fluid flow through a rotating permeable microchannel with wall slip and Hall current is investigated. It is assumed that the lower wall is subjected to the velocity slip and fluid injection while the fluid suction occurs at the upper wall. The nonlinear governing equations of momentum and energy balance are obtained, analyzed and solved numerically using the shooting technique together with the Runge-Kutta-Fehlberg integration method. Pertinent...

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