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FullText Articles in Mechanical Engineering
Numerical Simulation Of ThermoElasticity, Inelasticity And Rupture Inmembrane Theory, Michael Taylor
Numerical Simulation Of ThermoElasticity, Inelasticity And Rupture Inmembrane Theory, Michael Taylor
Mechanical Engineering
Two distinct twodimensional theories for the modeling of thin elastic bodies are developed. These are demonstrated through numerical simulation of various types of membrane deformation. The work includes a continuum thermomechanicsbased theory for wrinkled thin films. The theory takes into account singlelayer sheets as well as composite membranes made of multiple lamina. The resulting model is applied to the study of entropic elastic elastomers as well as Mylar/aluminum composite films. The latter has direct application in the area of solar sails. Several equilibrium deformations are illustrated numerically by applying the theory of dynamic relaxation to a finite difference discretization ...
The Dependence Of Measured Modulation Error Ratio On Phase Noise, Ron D. Katznelson
The Dependence Of Measured Modulation Error Ratio On Phase Noise, Ron D. Katznelson
Ron D. Katznelson
This paper reviews the algorithms used by Vector Signal Analyzers to measure Modulation Error Ratio (MER) and derives the explicit functional dependence of measured MER on phase noise of digital transmitters. The modulation error model is introduced and the analytical expression for key estimated parameters required to obtain MER measure are derived. The essential elements of algorithms employed by MER measurement instruments to estimate amplitude scale, frequency offset, and initial phase intercept and the resulting MER are identified. The frequency response of the effective phasenoise rejection filtering action associated with a given measurement epoch is derived. It is shown that ...
Proceedings From Scientific Conference On Green Energy And It, Dr. Erik Dahlquist
Proceedings From Scientific Conference On Green Energy And It, Dr. Erik Dahlquist
Dr. Erik Dahlquist
This conference is part of the annual Energitinget, a national arena for energy in Sweden, with some 2500 participants. The focus with this session is to give a forum for researchers to present scientific results, and also to discuss these with other researchers. It contains papers in the area of Energy and IT as well as Green energy generally
Use Of Modeling And Simulation In Pulp And, Dr. Erik Dahlquist
Use Of Modeling And Simulation In Pulp And, Dr. Erik Dahlquist
Dr. Erik Dahlquist
The book is a handbook for operators and process engineers in primarily pulp and paper industry, but also other process industries about how to utilise simulation as a tool for enhanced process operations. The book has been written as part of a EU COST action on Process Simulation, with 14 countries and 50 researchers and process industry representatives involved.
Predictive Control Of A Munition Using LowSpeed Linear Theory, Nathan Slegers
Predictive Control Of A Munition Using LowSpeed Linear Theory, Nathan Slegers
Faculty Publications  Biomedical, Mechanical, and Civil Engineering
"Modified linear theory provides reasonable impact predictions at high speeds. However, for typical small UAS mission speeds, less than 20m/s impact errors were substantial due to large angles of attack and pitch rates. Lowspeed linear theory was developed by including higherorder terms involving w and q that modified linear theory neglects. As a result, the angle of attack, pitch, and yaw predictions are significantly improved, leading to accurate impact predictions even at very low speeds. A predictive control scheme was developed to reduce dispersion using control surfaces near the tail. The predictive controller uses lowspeed linear theory to rapidly ...
Morphologies And Kinetics Of A Dewetting Ultrathin Solid Film, Mikhail Khenner
Morphologies And Kinetics Of A Dewetting Ultrathin Solid Film, Mikhail Khenner
Mathematics Faculty Publications
The surface evolution model based on geometric partial differential equation is used to numerically study the kinetics of dewetting and dynamic morphologies for the localized pinhole defect in the surface of the ultrathin solid film with the strongly anisotropic surface energy. Depending on parameters such as the initial depth and width of the pinole, the strength of the attractive substrate potential and the strength of the surface energy anisotropy, the pinhole may either extend to the substrate and thus rupture the film, or evolve to the quasiequilibrium shape while the rest of the film surface undergoes phase separation into a ...
Enhanced Stability Of A Dewetting Thin Liquid Film In A SingleFrequency Vibration Field, Sergey Shklyaev, Mikhail Khenner, Alexei Alabuzhev
Enhanced Stability Of A Dewetting Thin Liquid Film In A SingleFrequency Vibration Field, Sergey Shklyaev, Mikhail Khenner, Alexei Alabuzhev
Mathematics Faculty Publications
Dynamics of a thin dewetting liquid film on a vertically oscillating substrate is considered. We assume moderate vibration frequency and large (compared to the mean film thickness) vibration amplitude. Using the lubrication approximation and the averaging method, we formulate the coupled sets of equations governing the pulsatile and the averaged fluid flows in the film, and then derive the nonlinear amplitude equation for the averaged film thickness. We show that there exists a window in the frequencyamplitude domain where the parametric and shearflow instabilities of the pulsatile flow do not emerge. As a consequence, in this window the averaged description ...
Enhanced Stability Of A Dewetting Thin Liquid Film In A SingleFrequency Vibration Field, Mikhail Khenner
Enhanced Stability Of A Dewetting Thin Liquid Film In A SingleFrequency Vibration Field, Mikhail Khenner
Mathematics Faculty Publications
Dynamics of a thin dewetting liquid film on a vertically oscillating substrate is considered. We assume moderate vibration frequency and large (compared to the mean film thickness) vibration amplitude. Using the lubrication approximation and the averaging method, we formulate the coupled sets of equations governing the pulsatile and the averaged fluid flows in the film, and then derive the nonlinear amplitude equation for the averaged film thickness. We show that there exists a window in the frequencyamplitude domain where the parametric and shearflow instabilities of the pulsatile flow do not emerge. As a consequence, in this window the averaged description ...
Morphologies And Kinetics Of A Dewetting Ultrathin Solid Film, Mikhail Khenner
Morphologies And Kinetics Of A Dewetting Ultrathin Solid Film, Mikhail Khenner
Mathematics Faculty Publications
The surface evolution model based on geometric partial differential equation is used to numerically study the kinetics of dewetting and dynamic morphologies for the localized pinhole defect in the surface of the ultrathin solid film with the strongly anisotropic surface energy. Depending on parameters such as the initial depth and width of the pinole, the strength of the attractive substrate potential and the strength of the surface energy anisotropy, the pinhole may either extend to the substrate and thus rupture the film, or evolve to the quasiequilibrium shape while the rest of the film surface undergoes phase separation into a ...
Enhanced Stability Of A Dewetting Thin Liquid Film In A SingleFrequency Vibration Field, Sergey Shklyaev, Mikhail Khenner, Alexei Alabuzhev
Enhanced Stability Of A Dewetting Thin Liquid Film In A SingleFrequency Vibration Field, Sergey Shklyaev, Mikhail Khenner, Alexei Alabuzhev
Mathematics Faculty Publications
Dynamics of a thin dewetting liquid film on a vertically oscillating substrate is considered. We assume moderate vibration frequency and large (compared to the mean film thickness) vibration amplitude. Using the lubrication approximation and the averaging method, we formulate the coupled sets of equations governing the pulsatile and the averaged fluid flows in the film, and then derive the nonlinear amplitude equation for the averaged film thickness. We show that there exists a window in the frequencyamplitude domain where the parametric and shearflow instabilities of the pulsatile flow do not emerge. As a consequence, in this window the averaged description ...
Morphologies And Kinetics Of A Dewetting Ultrathin Solid Film, Mikhail Khenner
Morphologies And Kinetics Of A Dewetting Ultrathin Solid Film, Mikhail Khenner
Mikhail Khenner
The surface evolution model based on geometric partial differential equation is used to numerically study the kinetics of dewetting and dynamic morphologies for the localized pinhole defect in the surface of the ultrathin solid film with the strongly anisotropic surface energy. Depending on parameters such as the initial depth and width of the pinole, the strength of the attractive substrate potential and the strength of the surface energy anisotropy, the pinhole may either extend to the substrate and thus rupture the film, or evolve to the quasiequilibrium shape while the rest of the film surface undergoes phase separation into a ...
Enhanced Stability Of A Dewetting Thin Liquid Film In A SingleFrequency Vibration Field, Sergey Shklyaev, Mikhail Khenner, Alexei Alabuzhev
Enhanced Stability Of A Dewetting Thin Liquid Film In A SingleFrequency Vibration Field, Sergey Shklyaev, Mikhail Khenner, Alexei Alabuzhev
Mikhail Khenner
Dynamics of a thin dewetting liquid film on a vertically oscillating substrate is considered. We assume moderate vibration frequency and large (compared to the mean film thickness) vibration amplitude. Using the lubrication approximation and the averaging method, we formulate the coupled sets of equations governing the pulsatile and the averaged fluid flows in the film, and then derive the nonlinear amplitude equation for the averaged film thickness. We show that there exists a window in the frequencyamplitude domain where the parametric and shearflow instabilities of the pulsatile flow do not emerge. As a consequence, in this window the averaged description ...