129 Works

Crystallization Kinetics of Polyamide 2200 in the Modelling of Additive Manufacturing Processes by FE Analyses

Paweł BAJERSKI, Ryszard B. PĘCHERSKI, Damian CHUDY & Leszek JARECKI
The thermoplastic polymers present amorphous or semi-crystalline structures which are very important factors in describing volumetric shrinkage. The thermoplastic materials are commonly used for production of daily life products, industrial or as the prototypes. Different techniques of manufacturing polymer structures are considered like: injection molding, extrusion, milling, additive manufacturing (AM). AM is a very fast developing field in the manufacturing and research. Unfortunately, components or prototypes made using the thermoplastic semi-crystalline materials in 3D techniques...

Probabilistic solutions of a stretched beam discretized with finite difference scheme and excited by Kanai–Tajimi ground motion

G.-K. Er, V. P. Iu & H.-E. Du
The probabilistic solutions of the elastic stretched beam are studied under the excitation of Kanai–Tajimi ground motion. Finite difference scheme is adopted to formulate the nonlinear multi-degree-of-freedom system about the random vibration of the beam. The state-space-split is employed to make the high-dimensional Fokker–Planck–Kolmogorov equation reduced to 4-dimensional Fokker–Planck–Kolmogorov equations which are solved by the exponential polynomial closure method for the probabilistic solutions of the system responses. The rules for selecting the state variables are...

Equivalent linearization technique in non-linear stochastic dynamics of a cable-mass system with time-varying length

H. Weber, R. Iwankiewicz & S. Kaczmarczyk
In this paper the transverse vibrations of a vertical cable carrying a concentrated mass at its lower end and moving slowly vertically within the host structure are considered. It is assumed that longitudinal inertia of the cable can be neglected, with the longitudinal motion of the concentrated mass coupled with the lateral motion of the cable. An expansion of the lateral displacement of a cable in terms of approximating functions is used. The excitation acting...

Two imperfectly bonded half-planes with an arbitrary inclusion subject to linear eigenstrains in anti-plane shear

L.J. Sudak
An analytic solution to the anti-plane problem of an arbitrary inclusion within an elastic bimaterial under the premise of linear eigenstrains is developed. The bonding along the bimaterial interface is considered to be homogeneously imperfect. The boundary value problem is reduced to a single nonhomogeneous first order differential equation for an analytic function prescribed in the lower half-plane where the inclusion is located. The general solution is given in terms of the imperfect interface parameter...

The Impact of Temperature Oscillations and Heat Transfer Conditions in Thick-Walled Elbows and Tubes on the Local Stress-Strain Behaviour During the Fast Start-Up of Power Boilers

Jerzy OKRAJNI & Krzysztof WACŁAWIAK
The paper presents results of tests designed for predicting the behaviour of components subjected to variable temperature and mechanical loading conditions. Elbows and tubes, as examples of components widely used in power plant pipelines, have been examined. This analysis includes a description of model characteristics, the operating parameters of devices under industrial conditions, and the results of computational modelling (FEM).

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

Małgorzata PAJĄK, Jacek JANISZEWSKI & Leopold KRUSZKA

Modelling of blood thrombosis at microscopic and mesoscopic scales

Magdalena KOPERNIK

A Reliable Numerical Algorithm for the Fractional Klein-Gordon Equation

Harendra SINGH, Devendra KUMAR, Jagdev SINGH & C.S. SINGH

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...

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...

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

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

Unified fractional derivative models of magneto-thermo-viscoelasticity theory

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

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

C. D’APICE, S. CHIRIŢĂ & V. ZAMPOLI

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

E. TULISZKA-SZNITKO & K. KIEŁCZEWSKI

Free vibration analysis of functionally graded rectangular nanoplates considering spatial variation of the nonlocal parameter

A. ALIPOUR GHASSABI, S. DAG & E. CIGEROGLU

In Memoriam – Professor Erwin Stein

Michał KLEIBER

Verification of Application of ANN Modelling in Study of Compressive Behaviour of Aluminium Sponges

Anna M. STRĘK, Marek DUDZIK, Arkadiusz KWIECIEŃ, Krzysztof WAŃCZYK & Barbara LIPOWSKA
This article presents a preliminary neural network analysis of the compressive behaviour of aluminium open-cell sponges and answers the question of whether this phenomenon can be modelled using artificial intelligence. The research consisted of two phases: first – compression experiments, which in turn provided data for the second phase – the artificial neural network (ANN) analysis. A two-argument function was proposed and tested using the gathered experimental data with a two-layer feedforward network. The determination...

Impact of Thermophoretic Transport of Al2O3 Nanoparticles on Viscoelastic Flow of Oil-Based Nanofluid over a Porous Exponentially Stretching Surface with Activation Energy

Christian John ETWIRE, Ibrahim Yakubu SEINI, Musah RABIU & Oluwole Daniel MAKINDE
The influence of thermophoretic transport of Al2O3 nanoparticles on heat and mass transfer in viscoelastic flow of oil-based nanofluid past porous exponentially stretching surface with activation energy has been examined. Similarity technique was employed to transform the governing partial differential equations into a coupled fourth-order ordinary differential equations which were reduced to a system of first-order ordinary differential equations and then solved numerically using the fourth-order Runge-Kutta algorithm with a shooting method. The results for...

A Sliding Mode Controller Design for Thermal Comfort in Buildings

Paweł SKRUCH & Marek DŁUGOSZ
One of the factors determining comfort in buildings is the indoor air temperature of the rooms. A control system, part of the home automation system, should stabilise air temperature to the desired level, despite various disturbances such as the presence of random or occasional sources of heat. Inaccurate models of the dynamics of air temperature changes in buildings prescribe the use of robust control methods, a type of which is the sliding mode controller. This...

Application of the Monte Carlo method with meshless random walk procedure to selected scalar elliptic problems

S. Milewski
The combined stochastic-deterministic approach, which may be applied to the numerical analysis of a wide range of scalar elliptic problems of civil engineering, is presented in this paper. It is based on the well-known Monte Carlo concept with a random walk procedure, in which series of random paths are constructed. Additionally, it incorporates selected features of the meshless finite difference method, especially star selection criteria and a local weighted function approximation. The approach leads to...

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