ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Using the Matrix Method to Compute the Degrees of Freedom of Mechanisms
In this paper, some definitions and traditional formulas for calculating the mobility of mechanisms are represented, e.g. Grubler formula, Somov - Malyshev formula, and Buchsbaum - Freudenstei. It is discussed that there are certain cases in which they are too ambiguous and incorrect to use. However, a matrix method is suggested based on the rank of the Jacobian of the mechanism and its application is investigated. It is shown that the matrix method will definitely lead to a correct answer; however, it is lengthy and consumes more computational effort. It is shown that in the cases the traditional formulas give a wrong answer and the matrix method gives the correct mobility. To compare the methods, several examples are given including the four bar planar linkage, the augmented four bar linkage, University of Maryland manipulator, Cartesian parallel manipulator (CPM), delta robot, orthoglide robot, and H4 parallel robot.
http://jacm.scu.ac.ir/article_12712_21ce7c05c94f75194a77add6fc8415a8.pdf
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Degrees of Freedom
Grubler’s exceptions
Jacobian rank
Kambiz
Ghaemi Osgouie
kambiz_osgouie@ut.ac.ir
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University of Tehran, Kish International Campus, Kish Island, 7941655665, Iran
University of Tehran, Kish International Campus, Kish Island, 7941655665, Iran
University of Tehran, Kish International Campus, Kish Island, 7941655665, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Bahman
Gard
bahmanguard@gmail.com
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University of Tehran, Kish International Campus, Kish Island, 7941655665, Iran
University of Tehran, Kish International Campus, Kish Island, 7941655665, Iran
University of Tehran, Kish International Campus, Kish Island, 7941655665, Iran
AUTHOR
[1] Gogu, G. “Chebychev–Grübler–Kutzbach's criterion for mobility calculation of multi-loop mechanisms revisited via theory of linear transformations.” European Journal of Mechanics-A/Solids 24, 3, pp. 427-441, 2005.
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[2] Tsai, L.W. “The mechanics of Serial and Parallel manipulators”. New York, NY: John Wiley and Sons, ISBN 0-471-32593-7, 1999.
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[3] Tsai, L.W. “Mechanism design: enumeration of kinematic structures according to function”. CRC press, 2000.
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[4] Ruzinov, L.D. “Design of Mechanisms by Geometric Transformations. Iliffe, 1968.
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[5] Buchsbaum, F., Freudenstein, F. “Synthesis of kinematic structure of geared kinematic chains and other mechanisms.” Journal of Mechanisms 5, 3, pp. 357-392, 1970.
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[6] Paul, B. “A unified criterion for the degree of constraint of plane kinematic chains” Journal of Applied Mechanics 27, 1, pp. 196-200, 1960.
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[7] Whittaker, E.T. “A treatise on the analytical dynamics of particles and rigid bodie”s. Cambridge University Press, 1988.
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[8] Levi-Civita, T. “The absolute differential calculus (calculus of tensors).” Courier Corporation, 1926. Reprint by Dover Publications, 1977.
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[9] Freudenstein, F. “On the variety of motions generated by mechanisms.” Journal of Engineering for Industry 84(1), pp.156-159, 1962.
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[10] Litvin, F.L. “Application of theorem of implicit function system existence for analysis and synthesis of linkages” Mechanism and Machine Theory 15(2), pp. 115-125, 1980.
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[11] Burton, P., Huston, R.L. “Kinematics and Dynamics of Planar Machinery.” Journal of Applied Mechanics 47, 459, 1980.
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[12] Di Benedetto, A., Pennestrı, E. “Introduction to Mechanism Kinematic”s. Casa Editrice Ambrosiana in Italian, 1993.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
VOC level control by ventilation improvement of Flexography printing room using CFD modeling
Using Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) technique, the dispersion contours and the exposure rate of Flexographic printing workers to VOCs in a printing department is evaluated. Firstly, VOCs distribution is determined in the printing room due to the existing ventilation system. Through next steps, 4 scenarios for lowering VOCs concentration and its exposure rate to workers are analyzed. Concentration distributions of ethylene glycol (MEG) as a representative of VOCs are determined for 4 scenarios. The results show that, regarding the existing ventilation, the concentration of MEG at the breathing height is 1×10-5 mg/m3 and it is higher than the standard permissible level. Finally, the findings of this study lead to lowered VOCs concentrations to 13.87×10-9 mg/m3 via changing the ventilation system for the Flexography Printing Room.
http://jacm.scu.ac.ir/article_12721_af2b5a0f5b0fd4f727aaf395cbab377d.pdf
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10.22055/jacm.2017.21452.1100
CDF
VOCs pollution
Numerical Modelling
turbulence
Flexography printing
Kamal
Hadad
hadadk@shirazu.ac.ir
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School of Mechanical Engineering, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran
School of Mechanical Engineering, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran
School of Mechanical Engineering, Shiraz University, Shiraz, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Hamid Reza
Eidi
eidi@gmail.com
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Printing Management, International Imam Reza University, Mashhad, Iran
Printing Management, International Imam Reza University, Mashhad, Iran
Printing Management, International Imam Reza University, Mashhad, Iran
AUTHOR
Javad
Mokhtari
javadmokhtari67@gmail.com
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Department of Mathematics, Isfahan (Khorasgan) Branch, Islamic Azad University, Isfahan, Iran
Department of Mathematics, Isfahan (Khorasgan) Branch, Islamic Azad University, Isfahan, Iran
Department of Mathematics, Isfahan (Khorasgan) Branch, Islamic Azad University, Isfahan, Iran
AUTHOR
[1] Hadad, K., Doulatdar, R., and Mehdizadeh, S., “Indoor radon monitoring in Northern Iran using passive and active measurements”, Journal of environmental radioactivity, 95, 1, pp. 39-52, 2007.
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[2] Hadad, K., Hakimdavoud, M.R., and Hashemi-Tilehnoee, M., “Indoor radon survey in Shiraz-Iran using developed passive measurement method”, Iran J. Radiat. Res., 9, 3, pp. 175-182, 2011.
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[3] Hadad, K., and Mokhtari, J., “Indoor radon variations in central Iran and its geostatistical map”, Atmospheric Environment, 102, pp. 220-227, 2015.
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[4] Hadad, K., and Doulatdar, R., “U-series concentration in surface and ground water resources of Ardabil province”, Radiation Protection Dosimetry, 130, 3, pp. 309-318, 2008.
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[5] Hadad, K., Sarshough, S., Faghihi, R., and Taheri, M., “Application of polystyrene films for indoor radon dosimetry as SSNTD”, Applied Radiation and Isotopes, 74, pp. 23-25, 2013.
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[6] Mehdizadeh, S., Owji, H., and Hadad, K., “Radon concentration variation in Shiraz air and its variable”, 3 International Conference on Nuclear Science and Technology in Iran, Iran, 2006.
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[7] Nejadkoorki, F., Nicholson, K., and Hadad, K., “The design of long-term air quality monitoring networks in urban areas using a spatiotemporal approach”, Environmental Monitoring and Assessment, 172, 1, pp. 215-223, 2011.
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[8] Fowler, C. S., Williamson, A. D., Pyle, B. E., McDonough Susan, E., and Menetrez, M. Y., “Large Building Radon Manual”, US Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, National Risk Management Research Laboratory, 1997.
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[9] De Bellie, L. H. F. A., Haghighat, F., and Zhang, Y., “Review of the effect of environmental parameters on material emissions”, In Proceedings of the 2nd international conference on indoor air quality, Ventilation, and Energy Conservation in Buildings, pp. 111-19, 1995.
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[10] No, I.A.F., “Sick building syndrome”, United States Environmental Protection Agency, Research and Development (MD-56), 1991.
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[11] Kumagai, S., “Two offset printing workers with cholangiocarcinoma”, Journal of Occupational Health, 56, 2, pp. 164-168, 2014.
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[12] Yamada, K., Kumagai, S., Nagoya, T., and Endo, G., “Chemical exposure levels in printing workers with cholangiocarcinoma”, Journal of Occupational Health, 56, 5, pp. 332-338, 2014.
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[13] Kamae, K., “Biliary tract cancer cases at printing plants in Japan (1 October 2013/Ver. 12 Since 10 August 2012)”, Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, Tokyo, Japan, 2013.
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[14] Kubo, S., Nakanuma, Y., Takemura, S., Sakata, C., Urata, Y., Nozawa, A, and Tachiyama, G., “Case series of 17 patients with cholangiocarcinoma among young adult workers of a printing company in Japan”, Journal of Hepato-Biliary-Pancreatic Sciences, 21, 7, pp. 479-488, 2014.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Investigating the Ultrasonic Assistance in the Tube Hydroforming Process
The purpose of introducing ultrasonic vibrations in the tube hydroforming process is to create more formability by obtaining a lower corner radius, improve thickness distribution of the wall and provide good tribological conditions at the tube and the die interface. Vibrations imposed on the die create alternating gaps which improve the formability in the tube hydroforming process in the presence of ultrasonic vibrations. Therefore, we attempted to understand the processing mechanism of the ultrasonic tube hydroforming in the square die using the finite element method. Abaqus software was used in these simulations and the die was considered as a deformable element.
http://jacm.scu.ac.ir/article_12738_6d11fd9e0e9dde618bcff1b8b7e7efe8.pdf
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10.22055/jacm.2017.21474.1102
tube hydroforming
ultrasonic oscillations
Finite Element Method
square die
Mehdi
Zarei
mehdi.zarei@modares.ac.ir
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran 14115-111, Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran 14115-111, Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran 14115-111, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Mahmood
Farzin
farzin@cc.iut.ac.ir
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan 84156-83111
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan 84156-83111
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan 84156-83111
AUTHOR
Mohammad
Mashayekhi
mashayekhi@cc.iut.ac.ir
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan 84156-83111
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan 84156-83111
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
Isfahan 84156-83111
AUTHOR
[1] M. Murakawa, M. Jin, “The utility of radially and ultrasonically vibrated dies in the wire drawing process”, J. Mater. Process. Techno. pp. 113, 81-86, 2007.
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[2] M. Hayashi , M. Jin, S. Thipprakmas, M. Murakawa, J. C. Hung,Y. C. Tsai, C. H. Hung, “Simulation of ultrasonic-vibration drawing using the finite element method (FEM)”, J. Mater. Process. Technol. 140, pp.30-35, 2003.
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[3] S. A. A. Akbari-Mousavi, H. Feizi, R. Madoliat, “Investigations on the effects of ultrasonic vibrations in the extrusion process”, J. Mater. Process. Technol. pp. 187–188, 2007.
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[4] Z. Huang, M. Lucas, M. J. Adams, “Influence of ultrasonics on upsetting of a model paste”, J. Ultra. 48, pp. 40- 43-48, 2002.
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[5] T. Jimma, Y. Kasuga, N. Iwaki, O. Miyazawa, E. Mori, K. Ito, H. Hatano, “An application of ultrasonic vibration to. The deep drawing process”, J. Mater. Process. Technol. 80–81, 406–412, 1998.
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[6] K. Mori, T. Maeno, S. Maki, “Mechanism of improvement of formability in pulsating hydroforming of tubes”, Int. J. Mach. Tool. Manuf. 47, pp. 978-984, 2007.
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[7] C. Bunget, G. Ngaile, “Mechanics of Ultrasonic Tube Hydroforming”, 2008.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Haar Wavelet Collocation Method for Thermal Analysis of Porous Fin with Temperature-dependent Thermal Conductivity and Internal Heat Generation
In this study, the thermal performance analysis of porous fin with temperature-dependent thermal conductivity and internal heat generation is carried out using Haar wavelet collocation method. The effects of various parameters on the thermal characteristics of the porous fin are investigated. It is found that as the porosity increases, the rate of heat transfer from the fin increases and the thermal performance of the porous fin increases. The numerical solutions by the Haar wavelet collocation method are in good agreement with the standard numerical solutions.
http://jacm.scu.ac.ir/article_12702_3877b7b88990b52f3dd7f64070c29b67.pdf
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10.22055/jacm.2017.21494.1103
Haar wavelet method
Porous Fin
Thermal Analysis
Temperature-Dependent Thermal Conductivity and Internal Heat Generation
George
OGUNTALA
g.a.oguntala@bradford.ac.uk
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Faculty of Engineering and Informatics
University of Bradford, BD7 1DP
West Yorkshire, UK
Faculty of Engineering and Informatics
University of Bradford, BD7 1DP
West Yorkshire, UK
Faculty of Engineering and Informatics
University of Bradford, BD7 1DP
West Yorkshire, UK
LEAD_AUTHOR
Raed
Abd-Alhameed
r.a.a.abd@bradford.ac.uk
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School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science,
Faculty of Engineering and Informatics
University of Bradford
West Yorkshire, UK
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science,
Faculty of Engineering and Informatics
University of Bradford
West Yorkshire, UK
School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science,
Faculty of Engineering and Informatics
University of Bradford
West Yorkshire, UK
AUTHOR
[1] S. Kiwan, A. Al-Nimr. “Using porous fins for heat transfer enhancement”. ASME Journal of Heat Transfer 123, pp. 790–5, 2001.
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[2] S. Kiwan, “Effect of radiative losses on the heat transfer from Porous fins”. International Journal of Thermal Science, 46(a), pp. 1046-1055, 2007.
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[3] S. Kiwan. “Thermal Analysis of natural convection porous fins”. Transport in Porous Media 67(b), pp. 17-29, 2007.
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[4] S. Kiwan, O. Zeitoun, “Natural convection in a horizontal cylindrical annulus using porous fins”. International Journal on Numerical Heat Fluid Flow, 18(5), pp. 618-634, 2008.
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[5] R. S. Gorla, A. Y. Bakier. “Thermal analysis of natural convection and radiation in porous fins”. International Communication in Heat and Mass Transfer, 38, pp. 638-645, 2011.
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[6] B. Kundu, D. Bhanji. “An Analytical Prediction for Performance and Optimum Design Analysis of Porous fins”. International Journal on Refrigeration, 34, pp. 337-352, 2011.
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[7] B. Kundu, D. Bhanja, K. S. Lee. “A Model on the basis of Analytics for Computing Maximum Heat Transfer in porous fins”. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 55, pp. 7611-7622, 2012.
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[8] D. Bhanja, B. Kundu. “Thermal analysis of a constructal T-shaped porous fin with radiation effects”. International Journal on Refrigeration, 34(6), pp.1483–96, 2011.
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[9] B. Kundu, “Performance and optimization Analysis of SRC profile fins subject to simultaneous Heat and Mass Transfer”. International Journal of Heat and Mass Transfer, 50, pp. 1545-1558, 2007.
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[10] A. Taklifi, C. Aghanajafi, H. Akrami. “The Effect of MHD on a porous fin attached to a vertical isothermal surface”. Transp Porous Med., 85, pp, 215–31, 2010.
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[11] S. Saedodin, S. Sadeghi, S. “Temperature distribution in long porous fins in natural convection condition”. Middle-east Journal of Scientific Research. 13(6), pp. 812-817, 2013.
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[12] M. T. Darvishi, R. Gorla, R.S., Khani, F., Aziz, A.-E. “Thermal Performance of a porous radial fin with natural convection and radiative heat losses”. Journal of Thermal Science, 19(2), pp. 669-678, 2015.
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[13] Moradi, A., Hayat, T. and Alsaedi, A. “Convective-radiative thermal analysis of triangular fins with temperature-dependent thermal conductivity by DTM”. Energy Conversion and Management, 77, pp. 70–77, 2014.
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[14] H. Ha, Ganji D. D and Abbasi M. “Determination of Temperature Distribution for Porous Fin with Temperature-Dependent Heat Generation by Homotopy Analysis Method”. Journal of Applied Mechanical Engineering, 4(1), 2005.
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[15] M. Hatami, D. D. Ganji. “Thermal Performance of circular convective-radiative porous fins with different section shapes and materials”. Energy Conversion and Management, 76, pp.185−193, 2013.
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[16] H. A. Hoshyar, I. Rahimipetroudi, D. D. Ganji, A. R. Majidian. “Thermal performance of porous fins with temperature-dependent heat generation via Homotopy perturbation method and collocation method”. Journal of Applied Mathematics and Computational Mechanics. 14(4), pp. 53-65, 2015.
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[17] Y. Rostamiyan, D. D. Ganji, I. R. Petroudi, and M. K. Nejad. “Analytical Investigation of Nonlinear Model Arising in Heat Transfer through the Porous Fin”. Journal of Thermal Science, 182, pp. 409-417, 2014.
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[18] S. E. Ghasemi, P. Valipour, M. Hatami, D. D. Ganji. “Heat transfer study on solid and porous convective fins with temperature-dependent heat-generation using efficient analytical method” Journal of Central South University 21, pp. 4592−4598, 2014.
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[19] S. Singh, D. Kumar and K. N. Rai. “Wavelet Collocation Solution for Convective Radiative Continuously Moving Fin with temperature-dependent Thermal Conductivity”. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 2(4), pp.10-16, 2013.
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[20] S. Singh, D. Kumar and K. N. Rai. “Convective-radiative fin with temperature-dependent thermal conductivity, heat transfer coefficient and wavelength dependent surface emissivity”. Propulsion and Power Research, 3(4), pp. 207-221, 2014.
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[21] S. Singh, D. Kumar and K. N. Rai. “Wavelet Collocation Solution for Non-linear Fin Problem with Temperature-dependent Thermal Conductivity and Heat Transfer Coefficient”. International Journal of Nonlinear Analysis Application, 6(1), pp. 105-118, 2015.
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[22] A. S. V. R Kanta, and N. U. Kumar. “A Haar Wavelet Study on Convective Radiative under continuously Moving Fin with temperature-dependent thermal conductivity”. Walailak Journal of Science and Engineering, 11(3), pp. 211-224, 2014.
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[23] A. S. V. R Kanta, and N. U. Kumar. “Application of the Haar Wavelet Method on a Continuously Moving Convective Radiative Fin with Variable thermal conductivity”. Heat Transfer- Asian Research, pp. 1-17, 2013.
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[24] I. R. Petroudi, D. D. Ganji, A. B. Shotorban, M. K. Nejad, E. Rahimi, R. Rohollahtabar and F. Taherinia. “Semi-Analytical Method for Solving Nonlinear Equation Arising in Natural Convection Porous fin”. Journal of Thermal Science, 16(5), pp. 1303-1308, 2012.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Thermal-Hydraulics analysis of pressurized water reactor core by using single heated channel model
Thermal hydraulics of nuclear reactor as a basis of reactor safety has a very important role in reactor design and control. The thermal-hydraulic analysis provides input data to the reactor-physics analysis, whereas the latter gives information about the distribution of heat sources, which is needed to perform the thermal-hydraulic analysis. In this study single heated channel model as a very fast model for predicting thermal hydraulics behavior of pressurized water reactor core has been developed. For verifying the results of this model, we used RELAP5 code as US nuclear regulatory approved thermal hydraulics code. The results of developed single heated channel model have been checked with RELAP5 results for WWER-1000. This comparison shows the capability of single heated channel model for predicting thermal hydraulics behavior of reactor core.
http://jacm.scu.ac.ir/article_12706_183d995248cc4162234165f9d261a7f1.pdf
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10.22055/jacm.2017.21522.1104
Nuclear Reactor
Thermal hydraulics
RELAP5
single heated channel model
Reza
Akbari
reza_akbari@aut.ac.ir
true
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Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Department of Energy Engineering and Physics, Tehran, Iran
Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Department of Energy Engineering and Physics, Tehran, Iran
Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Department of Energy Engineering and Physics, Tehran, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Dariush
Rezaei
dariush_rezaei@aut.ac.ir
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2
Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Department of Energy Engineering and Physics, Tehran, Iran
Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Department of Energy Engineering and Physics, Tehran, Iran
Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Department of Energy Engineering and Physics, Tehran, Iran
AUTHOR
Ahmad
Gharib
ahmad_gharib@aut.ac.ir
true
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Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Department of Energy Engineering and Physics, Tehran, Iran
Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Department of Energy Engineering and Physics, Tehran, Iran
Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Department of Energy Engineering and Physics, Tehran, Iran
AUTHOR
[1] RELAP5 code development Team, “RELAP5/MOD3 Code Manual”, Idaho National Engineering Laboratory, 1995.
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[2] Vahman, N., Akbari-Jeyhouni, R., Rezaei Ochbelagh, D., Amrollahi, R., “An assessment of a VVER-1000 core during Turbo-Generator load reduction test using RELAP5/MOD3.2 and WIMSD-5B/PARCSv2.7”. Prog. Nucl. Energy 93, pp. 155-164, 2016.
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[3] Pesaran, F., Jahanfarnia, G., Jafari, J., Abbaspour Tehrani-Fard, A., Mansouri, M., “Modeling of control rod ejection transient for VVER-1000-model 446 using RELAP5m3.3/PARCSv2.6 coupled codes”. Ann. Nucl. Energy 65, pp. 411-420, 2014.
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[4] Andreeva, M., Pavlova, M.P., Groudev, P.P., “Investigation of critical safety function ‘‘Heat sink’’ at low power and cold condition for Kozloduy Nuclear Power Plant VVER- 1000/V320”. Ann. Nucl. Energy 40, pp. 221-228, 2012.
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[5] Fernandez-Moguel, L., Birchley, J.,“Analysis of the accident in the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power station Unit 3 with MELCOR_2.1”. Ann. Nucl. Energy 83, pp.193-215, 2015.
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[6] Todreas, N.E., Kazimi, M.S., “Nuclear System, Thermal Hydraulic Fundamentals, Hemisphere Publishing Corporation”, New York, 1993.
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[7] Calza-Bini, A., Cosoli, G., Filacchioni, G., Lanchi, M., Nobili, A., Pesce, E., Rocca, U., Rotoloni, P.L.,“In-pile measurement of fuel cladding conductance for pelleted and vipac zircaloy-2 sheathed fuel pin”. Nucl. Technol. 25, 103, 1975.
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[8] Atomic energy organization of Iran (AEOI), “Final Safety Analysis Report (FSAR) for Bushehr WWER-1000 reactor”, Tehran, Iran, 2003.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Vibration and Static Analysis of Functionally Graded Porous Plates
This research deals with free vibration and static bending of a simply supported functionally graded (FG) plate with the porosity effect. Material properties of the plate which are related to its change are position-dependent. Governing equations of the FG plate are obtained by using the Hamilton’s principle within first-order shear deformation plate theory. In solving the problem, the Navier solution is also used. In this study, the effect of the porosity and material distribution parameters on the static and vibration responses of the FG plate is presented and discussed.
http://jacm.scu.ac.ir/article_12716_d1d04fe0217faf75d934ae12d3abb4dd.pdf
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Functionally Graded Plate
Porosity
Static Analysis
Vibration analysis
Şeref Doğuşcan
Akbaş
serefda@yahoo.com
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Department of Civil Engineering, Bursa Technical University, Bursa, 16330, Turkey
Department of Civil Engineering, Bursa Technical University, Bursa, 16330, Turkey
Department of Civil Engineering, Bursa Technical University, Bursa, 16330, Turkey
LEAD_AUTHOR
[1] Reddy, J. N., and Chin, C.D., “Thermomechanical analysis of functionally graded cylinders and plates”, Journal of Thermal Stresses, 21(6), pp.593-626, 1998.
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[2] Reddy, J. N. “Analysis of functionally graded plates”. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 47(1-3), pp. 663-684, 2000.
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[3] Yanga, J. and Shen, H.S. (2003), “Non-linear analysis of functionally graded plates under transverse and in-plane loads”, International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics, 38(4) pp.467-482, 2003.
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[4] Lanhe, W. “Thermal buckling of a simply supported moderately thick rectangular FGM plate”, Composite Structures, 64(2), pp.211-218, 2004.
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[5] Abrate, S., “Free vibration, buckling, and static deflections of functionally graded plates”, Composites Science and Technology. 66(14), pp.2383-2394, 2006.
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[6] Chi, S.H. and Chung, Y.L., “Mechanical behavior of functionally graded material plates under transverse load—Part I: Analysis”, International Journal of Solids and Structures, 43(13), pp. 3657-3674, 2006
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[7] Samsam Shariat, B.A. and Eslami M.R., “Buckling of thick functionally graded plates under mechanical and thermal loads”, Composite Structures. 78(3), pp. 433-439, 2007.
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[8] Civalek, Ö. “Analysis of thick rectangular plates with symmetric cross-ply laminates based on first-order shear deformation theory”, Journal of Composite Materials, 42(26), pp. 2853-2867, 2008.
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[9] Zhao, X., Lee, Y.Y. and Liew, K.M., “Mechanical and thermal buckling analysis of functionally graded plates”, Composite Structures, 90(2), pp. 161-171, 2009.
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[10] Oyekoya, O.O., Mba, D.U. and El-Zafrany, A.M., “Buckling and vibration analysis of functionally graded composite structures using the finite element method”, Composite Structures, 89(1), pp. 134-142, 2009.
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[11] Zhao, X., Lee, Y. Y. and Liew, K. M., “Free vibration analysis of functionally graded plates using the element-free kp-Ritz method”, Journal of sound and Vibration, 319(3), pp. 918-939, 2009.
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[12] Mohammadi, M., Saidi, A.R. and Jomehzadeh, E., “Levy solution for buckling analysis of functionally graded rectangular plates”, Applied Composite Materials, 17(2), pp. 81-93, 2010.
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[13] Fereidoon, A., Asghardokht Seyedmahalle, M. and Mohyeddin, A., “Bending analysis of thin functionally graded plates using generalized differential quadrature method”, Archive of Applied Mechanics, 81(11), pp. 1523-1539, 2011.
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[14] Kumar, J.S., Reddy, B.S., Reddy, C.E. and Reddy, K.V.K., “Higher order theory for free vibration analysis of functionally graded material plates”, ARPN J. Eng. Appl. Sci., 6(10), pp. 105-111, 2011.
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[15] Jadhav, P.A. and Bajoria, K.M., “Buckling of piezoelectric functionally graded plate subjected to electro-mechanical loading”, Smart Materials and Structures, 21(10), pp. 105005, 2012.
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[16] Singh, J. and Shukla, K. K., “Nonlinear flexural analysis of functionally graded plates under different loadings using RBF based meshless method”, Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements, 36(12), pp. 1819-1827, 2012.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
The effect of small scale on the vibrational behavior of single-walled carbon nanotubes with a moving nanoparticle
In this paper, free and forced vibration of simply-supported Single-walled carbon nanotube is investigated under the moving nanoparticle by considering nonlocal cylindrical shell model. To validate the theoretical results, modal analysis of nanotube is conducted using ANSYS commercial software. Excellent agreement is exhibited between the results of two different methods. Furthermore, the dynamic response of SWCNT under moving nanoparticle is also studied. It is assumed that the nanoparticle travels along the center of nanotube with constant velocity and the van der Waals force between CNT and particle is taken into account. The dynamic response of the SWCNT under the influence of C60 particle obtained using dynamic Green’s function and modal expansion. The obtained results show that the nonlocal scale effect decreases the natural frequency and dynamic displacement of the CNT.
http://jacm.scu.ac.ir/article_12740_d36aac0a342ee6a7670b0c20ac2ddc49.pdf
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Moving nanoparticle
Cylindrical shell
Dynamic and vibration
Davood
Salamat
davoodsalamat@gmail.com
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Islamic Azad University, Ahvaz branch, Ahvaz, Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Islamic Azad University, Ahvaz branch, Ahvaz, Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Islamic Azad University, Ahvaz branch, Ahvaz, Iran
AUTHOR
Hamid M.
Sedighi
hmsedighi@gmail.com
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Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz, Ahvaz, Iran
Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz, Ahvaz, Iran
Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering, Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz, Ahvaz, Iran
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Analytical predictions for the buckling of a nanoplate subjected to non-uniform compression based on the four-variable plate theory
In the present study, the buckling analysis of the rectangular nanoplate under biaxial non-uniform compression using the modified couple stress continuum theory with various boundary conditions has been considered. The simplified first order shear deformation theory (S-FSDT) has been employed and the governing differential equations have been obtained using the Hamilton’s principle. An analytical approach has been applied to obtain exact results from various boundary conditions. Due to the fact that there is not any research about the buckling of nanoplates based on the S-FSDT including the couple stress effect, the obtained results have been compared with the molecular dynamic simulation and FSDT papers which use the Eringen nonlocal elasticity theory. At the end, the results have been presented by making changes in some parameters such as the aspect ratio, the effect of various non-uniform loads and the length scale parameter.
http://jacm.scu.ac.ir/article_12806_c7951e883466717e59108db95652074b.pdf
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Nonuniform compression
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S-FSDT
Mohammad
Malikan
mohammad.malikan@yahoo.com
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Islamic Azad University, Mashhad, Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Islamic Azad University, Mashhad, Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Islamic Azad University, Mashhad, Iran
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