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FullText Articles in Mechanical Engineering
Validation Of Weak Form Thermal Analysis Algorithms Supporting Thermal Signature Generation, Elton Lewis Freeman
Validation Of Weak Form Thermal Analysis Algorithms Supporting Thermal Signature Generation, Elton Lewis Freeman
Masters Theses
Extremization of a weak form for the continuum energy conservation principle differential equation naturally implements fluid convection and radiation as flux Robin boundary conditions associated with unsteady heat transfer. Combining a spatial semidiscretization via finite element trial space basis functions with timeaccurate integration generates a totally nodebased algebraic statement for computing. Closure for gray body radiation is a newly derived nodebased radiosity formulation generating piecewise discontinuous solutions, while that for naturalforcedmixed convection heat transfer is extracted from the literature. Algorithm performance, mathematically predicted by asymptotic convergence theory, is subsequently validated with data obtained in 24 hour diurnal field experiments for ...
An Exercise With The He’S Variation Iteration Method To A Fractional Bernoulli Equation Arising In A Transient Conduction With A NonLinear Boundary Heat Flux, Jordan Hristov
Jordan Hristov
Surface temperature evolution of a body subjected to a nonlinear heat flux involving counteracting convection heating and radiation cooling has been solved by the variations iteration method (VIM) of He. The surface temperature equations comes as a combination of the timefractional (halftime) subdiffusion model of the heat conduction and the boundary condition relating the temperature field gradient at the surface through the RiemannLiouville fractional integral. The result of this equation is a Bernoullitype ordinary fractional equation with a nonlinear term of 4th order. Two approaches in the identification of the general Lagrange multiplier and a consequent application of VIM have ...
Preoperative Planning Of RoboticsAssisted Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery Under Uncertainty, Hamidreza Azimian
Preoperative Planning Of RoboticsAssisted Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery Under Uncertainty, Hamidreza Azimian
Electronic Thesis and Dissertation Repository
In this thesis, a computational framework for patientspecific preoperative planning of RoboticsAssisted Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery (RAMICS) is developed. It is expected that preoperative planning of RAMICS will improve the rate of success by considering robot kinematics, patientspecific thoracic anatomy, and procedurespecific intraoperative conditions. Given the significant anatomical features localized in the preoperative computed tomography images of a patient's thorax, port locations and robot orientations (with respect to the patient's body coordinate frame) are determined to optimize characteristics such as dexterity, reachability, tool approach angles and maneuverability. In this thesis, two approaches for preoperative planning of RAMICS are ...
Trajectory Generation In HighSpeed, HighPrecision Micromilling Using Subdivision Surfaces, Athulan Vijayaraghavan, Angela Sodemann, Aaron Hoover, J. Mayor, David Dornfeld
Trajectory Generation In HighSpeed, HighPrecision Micromilling Using Subdivision Surfaces, Athulan Vijayaraghavan, Angela Sodemann, Aaron Hoover, J. Mayor, David Dornfeld
Aaron M. Hoover
Motion control in highspeed micromilling processes requires fast, accurate following of a specified curvilinear path. The accuracy with which the path can be followed is determined by the speed at which individual trajectories can be generated and sent to the control system. The time required to generate the trajectory is dependent on the representations used for the curvilinear trajectory path. In this study, we introduce the use of subdivision curves as a method for generating highspeed micromilling trajectories. Subdivision curves are discretized curves which are specified as a series of recursive refinements of a coarse mesh. By applying these recursive ...
IntegralBalance Solution To The Stokes’ First Problem Of A Viscoelastic Generalized Second Grade Fluid, Jordan Hristov
IntegralBalance Solution To The Stokes’ First Problem Of A Viscoelastic Generalized Second Grade Fluid, Jordan Hristov
Jordan Hristov
Integral balance solution employing entire domain approximation and the penetration dept concept to the Stokes’ first problem of a viscoelastic generalized second grade fluid has been developed. The solution has been performed by a parabolic profile with an unspecified exponent allowing optimization through minimization of the norm over the domain of the penetration depth. The closed form solution explicitly defines two dimensionless similarity variables and , responsible for the viscous and the elastic responses of the fluid to the step jump at the boundary. The solution was developed with three forms of the governing equation through its two dimensional forms (the ...
Thermal Impedance At The Interface Of Contacting Bodies: 1D Example Solved By SemiDerivatives, Jordan Hristov
Thermal Impedance At The Interface Of Contacting Bodies: 1D Example Solved By SemiDerivatives, Jordan Hristov
Jordan Hristov
Simple 1D semiinfinite heat conduction problems enable to demonstrate the potential of the fractional calculus in determination of transient thermal impedances of two bodies with different initial temperatures contacting at the interface ( ) at . The approach is purely analytic and uses only semiderivatives (halftime) and semiintegrals in the RiemannLiouville sense. The example solved clearly reveals that the fractional calculus is more effective in calculation the thermal resistances than the entire domain solutions
Design Of Orbital Maneuvers With Aeroassisted Cubesatellites, Stephanie Clark
Design Of Orbital Maneuvers With Aeroassisted Cubesatellites, Stephanie Clark
Theses and Dissertations
Recent advances within the field of cube satellite technology has allowed for the possible development of a maneuver that utilizes a satellite's Low Earth Orbit (LEO) and increased atmospheric density to effectively use lift and drag to implement a noncoplanar orbital maneuver. Noncoplanar maneuvers typically require large quantities of propellant due to the large deltav that is required. However, similar maneuvers using perturbing forces require little or no propellant to create the deltav required. This research reported here studied on the effects of lift on orbital changes, those of noncoplanar types in particular, for small satellites without orbital maneuvering ...
The Search For An Optimal Means Of Determining The Minmax Control Parameter Using Sensitivity Analysis, John Teye Brown
The Search For An Optimal Means Of Determining The Minmax Control Parameter Using Sensitivity Analysis, John Teye Brown
Doctoral Dissertations
The use of computational methods for design and simulation of control systems allows for a costeffective trial and error approach. In this work, we are concerned with the robust, realtime control of physical systems whose state space is infinitedimensional. Such systems are known as Distributed Parameter Systems (DPS). A body whose state is heterogeneous is a distributed parameter. In particular, this work focuses on DPS systems that are governed by linear Partial Differential Equations, such as the heat equation. We specifically focus on the MinMax controller, which is regarded as being a very robust controller. The mathematical formulation of the ...
Mathematical Modeling Of Pipeline Features For Robotic Inspection, Yang Gao
Mathematical Modeling Of Pipeline Features For Robotic Inspection, Yang Gao
Doctoral Dissertations
Underground pipeline systems play an indispensable role in transporting liquids in both developed and developing countries. The associated social and economic cost to repair a pipe upon abrupt failure is often unacceptable. Regular inspection is a preventative action that aims to monitor pipe conditions, catch abnormalities and reduce the chance of undesirable surprises. Robots with CCTV video cameras have been used for decades to inspect pipelines, yielding only qualitative information. It is becoming necessary and preferable for municipalities, project managers and engineers to also quantify the 3D geometry of underground pipe networks. Existing robots equipped specialized hardware and software algorithms ...
Ogólnotechniczne Podstawy Biotechnologii Z Elementami Grafiki Inżynierskiej Ćw., Wojciech M. Budzianowski
Ogólnotechniczne Podstawy Biotechnologii Z Elementami Grafiki Inżynierskiej Ćw., Wojciech M. Budzianowski
Wojciech Budzianowski
No abstract provided.
Materiały Odstresowujące, Wojciech M. Budzianowski
Materiały Odstresowujące, Wojciech M. Budzianowski
Wojciech Budzianowski
No abstract provided.
Controlling Nanoparticles Formation In Molten Metallic Bilayers By PulsedLaser Interference Heating, Mikhail Khenner, Sagar Yadavali, Ramki Kalyanaraman
Controlling Nanoparticles Formation In Molten Metallic Bilayers By PulsedLaser Interference Heating, Mikhail Khenner, Sagar Yadavali, Ramki Kalyanaraman
Mathematics Faculty Publications
The impacts of the twobeam interference heating on the number of coreshell and embedded nanoparticles and on nanostructure coarsening are studied numerically based on the nonlinear dynamical model for dewetting of the pulsedlaser irradiated, thin (< 20 nm) metallic bilayers. The model incorporates thermocapillary forces and disjoining pressures, and assumes dewetting from the optically transparent substrate atop of the reflective support layer, which results in the complicated dependence of light reflectivity and absorption on the thicknesses of the layers. Stabilizing thermocapillary effect is due to the local thicknessdependent, steady state temperature profile in the liquid, which is derived based on the mean substrate temperature estimated from the elaborate thermal model of transient heating and melting/freezing. Linear stability analysis of the model equations set for Ag/Co bilayer predicts the dewetting length scales in the qualitative agreement with experiment.
Controlling Nanoparticles Formation In Molten Metallic Bilayers By PulsedLaser Interference Heating, Mikhail Khenner, Sagar Yadavali, Ramki Kalyanaraman
Controlling Nanoparticles Formation In Molten Metallic Bilayers By PulsedLaser Interference Heating, Mikhail Khenner, Sagar Yadavali, Ramki Kalyanaraman
Mikhail Khenner
The impacts of the twobeam interference heating on the number of coreshell and embedded nanoparticles and on nanostructure coarsening are studied numerically based on the nonlinear dynamical model for dewetting of the pulsedlaser irradiated, thin (< 20 nm) metallic bilayers. The model incorporates thermocapillary forces and disjoining pressures, and assumes dewetting from the optically transparent substrate atop of the reflective support layer, which results in the complicated dependence of light reflectivity and absorption on the thicknesses of the layers. Stabilizing thermocapillary effect is due to the local thicknessdependent, steady state temperature profile in the liquid, which is derived based on the mean substrate temperature estimated from the elaborate thermal model of transient heating and melting/freezing. Linear stability analysis of the model equations set for Ag/Co bilayer predicts the dewetting length scales in the qualitative agreement with experiment.
A Review Of Some Subtleties Of Practical Relevance, Keqin Gu
A Review Of Some Subtleties Of Practical Relevance, Keqin Gu
SIUE Faculty Research, Scholarship, and Creative Activity
This paper reviews some subtleties in timedelay systems of neutral type that are believed to be of particular relevance in practice. Both traditional formulation and the coupled differentialdifference equation formulation are used. The discontinuity of the spectrum as a function of delays is discussed. Conditions to guarantee stability under small parameter variations are given. A number of subjects that have been discussed in the literature, often using different methods, are reviewed to illustrate some fundamental concepts. These include systems with small delays, the sensitivity of Smith predictor to small delay mismatch, and the discrete implementation of distributeddelay feedback control. The ...
Large Eddy Simulation Of Dispersed Multiphase Flow, Yejun Gong
Large Eddy Simulation Of Dispersed Multiphase Flow, Yejun Gong
Dissertations, Master's Theses and Master's Reports  Open
This thesis covers two main topics. The first is the comparison between the Reynoldsaveraged NavierStokes (RANS) simulation and the Large Eddy Simulation (LES) of high injection pressure diesel sprays under nonevaporating or evaporating conditions. The second topic is the comparison of the fuel behavior in the spray process between the hydrotreated vegetable oil (HVO) and the conventional EN 590, diesel #2 and nheptane fuels.
To validate the RANS and LES spray simulations, comparisons were made with experimental data. The LES turbulence model, the initial drop size distribution (IDSD), the Levich jet breakup model and the CAB drop breakup model are ...
High Tech High Touch: Lessons Learned From Project Haiti 2011, Yan Tang, Marc Compere, Yung Lun Wong, Jared Anthony Coleman, Matthew Charles Selkirk
High Tech High Touch: Lessons Learned From Project Haiti 2011, Yan Tang, Marc Compere, Yung Lun Wong, Jared Anthony Coleman, Matthew Charles Selkirk
Publications
In this paper, we will share our experiences and lessons learned from a design project for providing clean water to a Haitian orphanage (Project Haiti 2011). Supported by funds from a renewable energy company and the university president’s office, five engineering students and two faculty members from EmbryRiddle Aeronautical University successfully designed and installed a solar powered water purification system for an orphanage located in Chambellan, Haiti. This paper discusses the unique educational experiences gained from unusual design constraints, such as ambiguity of existing facilities due to limited communication, logistics of international construction at a remote village location, and ...
MultiDisciplinary HandsOn Desktop Learning Modules And Modern Pedagogies, Bernard J. Van Wie, David B. Thiessen, Marc Compere, Ximena Toro, Jennifer C. Adam, Et Al.
MultiDisciplinary HandsOn Desktop Learning Modules And Modern Pedagogies, Bernard J. Van Wie, David B. Thiessen, Marc Compere, Ximena Toro, Jennifer C. Adam, Et Al.
Publications
Our team’s research focuses on fundamental problems in undergraduate education in terms of how to expand use of well researched, yet still “new”, teaching pedagogies of ‘sensing’ or ‘handson’, ‘active’ and ‘problembased learning’ within engineering courses. It is now widely accepted that traditional lectures ARE NOT best for students – yet that is what the community almost universally does.
To address this issue we are developing new Desktop Learning Modules (DLMs) that contain miniaturized processes with a uniquely expandable electronic system to contend with known sensor systems/removable cartridges, as well as, unknown expansions to the project. We have shown ...
Hydrogen Production From Biogas By OxyReforming: Reaction System Analysis, Aleksandra Terlecka, Wojciech M. Budzianowski
Hydrogen Production From Biogas By OxyReforming: Reaction System Analysis, Aleksandra Terlecka, Wojciech M. Budzianowski
Wojciech Budzianowski
Oxyreforming is emerging as an interesting alternative to conventional methods of hydrogen generation. The current article characterises this process through analysis of individual reactions: SMR (steam methane reforming), WGS (water gas shift) and CPO (catalytic partial oxidation). Analyses relate to optimisation of thermal conditions thus enabling costeffectivenes of the process.