ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Multi-boiling Heat Transfer Analysis of a Convective Straight Fin with Temperature-Dependent Thermal Properties and Internal Heat Generation
In this study, by using the finite volume method, the heat transfer in a convective straight fin with temperature-dependent thermal properties and an internal heat generation under multi-boiling heat transfer modes are analyzed. In this regard, the local heat transfer coefficient is considered to vary within a power-law function of temperature. In the present study, the coexistence of all the boiling modes is taken into consideration. The developed heat transfer models and the corresponding numerical solutions are used to investigate the effects of various thermo-geometric parameters on the thermal performance of the longitudinal rectangular fin. The results shows that the fin temperature distribution, the total heat transfer, and the fin efficiency are significantly affected by the thermo-geometric parameters of the fin and the internal heat generation within the fin. The obtained results can provide a platform for improvements in the design of the fin in the heat transfer equipment.
http://jacm.scu.ac.ir/article_12637_5df64def27b178be1e7fe495cbc745e2.pdf
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10.22055/jacm.2017.12637
Multi-boiling heat transfer
Convective straight fin
Finite volume method
Temperature-dependent properties
Internal heat generation
Gbeminiyi
Sobamowo
mikegbeminiyi@gmail.com
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos, Nigeria
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos, Nigeria
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos, Nigeria
LEAD_AUTHOR
Ola
Kamiyo
okamiyo@unilag.edu.ng
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos, Nigeria
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos, Nigeria
Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Lagos, Akoka, Lagos, Nigeria
AUTHOR
Khani, F., Aziz, A. Thermal analysis of a longitudinal trapezoidal fin with temperature dependent thermal conductivity and heat transfer coefficient, Communications in Nonlinear Science and Numerical Simulation,15, 2010, pp. 590-601.
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Ganji, D.D. The application of He’s homotopy perturbation method to nonlinear equations arising in heat transfer, Physics Letters A,355, 2006, pp. 337–341.
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Joneidi, A.A., Ganji, D.D., Babaelahi, M. Differential Transformation Method to determine fin efficiency of convective straight fins with temperature dependent thermal conductivity, International communication in Heat and Mass transfer, 36, 2012, pp.757-762.
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Mosayebidorcheh, S., Ganji, D.D., Farzinpoor, M. Approximate Solution of the nonlinear heat transfer equation of a fin with the power-law temperature-dependent thermal conductivity and heat transfer coefficient, Propulsion and Power Reasearch, 3(1), 2014, pp. 41-47.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Effect of Variable Thermal Expansion Coefficient and Nanofluid Properties on Steady Natural Convection in an Enclosure
Steady state natural convection is numerically investigated in an enclosure using variable thermal conductivity, viscosity and thermal expansion coefficient of Al2O3–water nanofluid. This study has been conducted for a wide range of Rayleigh numbers (103≤ Ra ≤ 106), concentrations of nanoparticles (0% ≤ Φ ≤ 7%), enclosure aspect ratios (0.5 ≤ AR ≤ 2) and temperature differences between the cold and the hot walls (1≤ ∆T≤ 30). The main idea in this study is about the effect of temperature on natural convection pattern of nanofluid by changing nanoparticles concentration. Also, changing thermal expansion coefficient with temperature is considerd in this study which will have significant effects on natural convection and has not been considerd before. In low Rayleigh numbers (Ra= 103) and for cavities with AR≥1, the pattern shown in the average Nusselt number versus volume fraction of nanoparticles diagram deteriorates by increasing ∆T. However, for other cases, increasing ∆T has a positive effect on Nu-Φ diagram. The actual Nuselt number curve depicts that dispersing nanoparticles in base fluid deteriorate natural convection heat transfer which is in a good agreement with experimental works.
http://jacm.scu.ac.ir/article_12714_55c5dafae1098d72acb22f407106098c.pdf
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10.22055/jacm.2017.21451.1099
Nanofluid
Natural convection
variable property
Esmaeil
Ghahremani
eghahremani86@gmail.com
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Department of Energy Engineering and Physics, Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran
Department of Energy Engineering and Physics, Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran
Department of Energy Engineering and Physics, Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Reihaneh
Ghaffari
reihaneh.ghaffari@ucalgary.ca
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University of Calgary, Canada
University of Calgary, Canada
University of Calgary, Canada
AUTHOR
Hossein
Ghadjari
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Department of Energy Engineering and Physics, Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran
Department of Energy Engineering and Physics, Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Tehran, Islamic Republic of Iran
Department of Energy Engineering and Physics, Amirkabir University of Technology (Tehran Polytechnic), Tehran, Islamic Republic of 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
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Investigation on the Ultrasonic Tube Hydroforming in the Bulging Process Using Finite Element Method
In ultrasonic tube hydroforming, the tube is hydro formed while the ultrasonic vibration is applied to the die. Prior studies provide experimental proof that ultrasonic tube hydroforming reduces corner radius, improves lubrication and uniform thickness. Use of ultrasonic vibration can decrease friction at the tube-die interface. Few attempts have been made to analyze the wire drawing while the ultrasonic vibrations were also applied during the processes. A detailed analysis and understanding of the mechanism of improvement is not possible with conventional experimental observation because the ultrasonic vibration processing phenomenon occurs at high speed. Therefore, we attempt to understand the processing mechanism of ultrasonic tube hydroforming using the finite element method (FEM).ABAQUS was used for the FEM. Forming force and formability in tube hydroforming analyzed. From these studies, we quantitatively clarified the mechanism of improved formability characteristics, such as decreased forming load and increasing bulging diameter.
http://jacm.scu.ac.ir/article_13039_18ebd89164a757f250746d50879867ef.pdf
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10.22055/jacm.2017.21852.1119
tube hydroforming
ultrasonic oscillation
Finite element method
bulging process
Mehdi
Zarei
mehdi.zarei@modares.ac.ir
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tarbiat Modares University (TMU),
Tehran 14115-143, Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tarbiat Modares University (TMU),
Tehran 14115-143, Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tarbiat Modares University (TMU),
Tehran 14115-143, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Gholam
Faghani
g.r.faghani@stud.nit.ac.ir
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Khatam Al Anbia Air Defense University,Tehran, Iran,178183513, Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Khatam Al Anbia Air Defense University,Tehran, Iran,178183513, Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Khatam Al Anbia Air Defense University,Tehran, Iran,178183513, Iran
AUTHOR
Mahmood
Farzin
farzin@cc.iut.ac.ir
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
, Isfahan 84156-83111, Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
, Isfahan 84156-83111, Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
, Isfahan 84156-83111, Iran
AUTHOR
Mohammad
Mashayekhi
mashayekhi@cc.iut.ac.ir
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Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
, Isfahan 84156-83111, Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
, Isfahan 84156-83111, Iran
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
, Isfahan 84156-83111, Iran
AUTHOR
[1] Ngaile, G., Gariety, M., Altan, T. Enhancing tribological conditions in tube hydroforming by using textured tubes, Journal of Tribology, 128, 2006, pp. 674-676.
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[2] Siegert, K., Haussermann, M., Losch, B., Rieger, R. Recent developments in hydroforming technology, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 98, 2000, pp. 251-258.
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[3] Ahmetoglu, M., Altan, T. Tube hydroforming: state-of-the-art and future trends, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 98, 2000, pp. 25-33
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[4] Ahmetoglu, M., Sutter, K., Li, X.J., Altan, T. Tube hydroforming: current research, applications and need for training, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 98, 2000, pp. 224-231.
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[5] Jirathearanat, S., Hartl, C., Altan, T. Hydroforming of Y-shapes –product and process design using FEA simulation and experiments, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 146, 2004, pp. 124-129.
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[6] Liu, G., Yuan, S., Teng, B., Analysis of thinning at the transition corner in tube hydroforming, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 177, 2006, pp. 688-691.
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[7] Kridli, G.T., Bao, L., Mallick, P.K., Tian, Y. Investigation of thickness variation and corner filling in tube hydroforming, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 133, 2003, pp. 287-296.
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[8] Plancak, M., Vollertsen, F., Woitschig, J. Analysis, finite element simulation and experimental investigation of friction in tube hydroforming, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 170, 2005, pp. 220-228.
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[9] Jain, N., Wang, J. Plastic instability in dual-pressure tube hydroforming process, International Journal of Mechanical Sciences, 47, 2005, pp. 1827-1837.
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[10] Mori, K., Maeno, T., Maki, S. Mechanism of improvement of formability in pulsating hydroforming of tubes, International Journal of Machine Tools & Manufacture, 47, 2007, pp. 978-984.
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[11] Smith, L.M., Ganeshmurthy, S., Alladi, K. Double-sided high pressure tubular hydroforming, Journal of Materials Processing Technology, 142, 2003, pp. 599-608.
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[12] Bunget, C., Ngaile, G. Microforming and Ultrasonic Forming, Report MF-MAE-NG-06-R-1, Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, North Carolina State University, 2006.
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[13] Murakawa, M., Jin, M. The utility of radially and ultrasonically vibrated dies in the wire drawing process, J. Mater. Process. Technol., 113, 2001, pp. 81-86.
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[14] Hayashi, M., Jin, M., Thipprakmas, S., Murakawa, M., Hung, J.C., Tsai, Y.C., Hung, C.H. Simulation of ultrasonic-vibration drawing using the finite element method (FEM), J. Mater. Process. Thecnol., 140, 2003, pp. 30-35.
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[15] Siegert, K., Ulmer, J. Superimposing Ultrasonic Waves on the Dies in Tube and Wire Drawing, J. Eng. Mater. Technol., 123, 2001, pp. 517-523.
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[16] Huang, Z., Lucas, M., Adams, M.J. Modeling wall boundary conditions in an elasto-viscoplastic material forming process, J. Mater. Process. Technol., 107, 2000, pp. 267-275.
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[17] Huang, Z., Lucas, M., Adams, M.J. Influence of ultrasonic on upsetting of a model paste, Ultrasonic, 40, 2002, pp. 43-48
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[18] Loh-Mousavi, M., Mori, K., Hayashi, K., Maki, S., Bakhshi, M. 3-D finite element simulation of pulsating T-shape hydroforming of tubes, Key Engng. Mater., 340, 2007, pp. 353–358.
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[20] Zarei, M., Farzin, M., Mashayekhi, M. Investigations on the ultrasonic assistance in the tube hydroforming process, Journal of Applied and Computational Mechanics, DOI: 10.22055-/jacm.2017.21474.1102
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[21] Bunget, C., Mechanics of Ultrasonic Tube Hydroforming, Ph.D. Dissertation, North Carolina State University, 2008.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Flow and Heat Transfer Analysis of the Sodium Alginate Conveying Copper Nanoparticles between Two Parallel Plates
In this study, the steady incompressible flow of a non-Newtonian sodium alginate (SA) fluid conveying copper nanoparticles (Cu) which flow within two vertical parallel plates is investigated by using the homotopy perturbation analytical scheme to solve the coupled nonlinear ordinary equations arising from the mechanics of the fluid. The developed analytical solutions are used to investigate the effect of the fluid flow and heat transfer parameters such as the nanoparticle concentration, the non-Newtonian parameter and the viscosity variation parameter. The obtained analytical results as compared to existing works in literature are in satisfactory agreements. Moreover, the results obtained from the present study can be used for further analysis of the behavior of the sodium alginate in applications such as food processing and chemical and pharmaceutical industries.
http://jacm.scu.ac.ir/article_12773_4e9476351be085fb2c60f039426d4c33.pdf
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10.22055/jacm.2017.21514.1105
Sodium alginate
Copper
Parallel plates
Perturbation
Nano fluid
Non-Newtonian
Akin T.
Akinshilo
ta.akinshilo@gmail.com
true
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Mechanical Engineering Department; University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba, 100001, Nigeria
Mechanical Engineering Department; University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba, 100001, Nigeria
Mechanical Engineering Department; University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba, 100001, Nigeria
LEAD_AUTHOR
Joseph O.
Olofinkua
josepholofinkua@yahoo.com
true
2
Mechanical Engineering Department; University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba, 100001, Nigeria
Mechanical Engineering Department; University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba, 100001, Nigeria
Mechanical Engineering Department; University of Lagos, Akoka-Yaba, 100001, Nigeria
AUTHOR
Osamudiamen
Olaye
osamudiamen.olaye@uniben.edu
true
3
Mechanical Engineering Department; University of Benin, Benin City, 300271, Nigeria
Mechanical Engineering Department; University of Benin, Benin City, 300271, Nigeria
Mechanical Engineering Department; University of Benin, Benin City, 300271, Nigeria
AUTHOR
[1] Hatami, M., Ganji, D.D. Heat transfer and fluid flow analysis of SA-TiO2 non-Newtonian Nano fluid passing through porous media between two coaxial cylinder, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 188, 2013, pp. 155-161.
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[2] Hatami, M., Ganji, D.D. Natural convection of sodium alginate (SA) non-Newtonian Nano fluid flow between two vertical flat plates by analytical and numerical methods, Thermal Engineering, 2, 2014, pp. 14-22.
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[3] Ganji, D.D., Hashemi Kachapi, S.H. Analysis of nonlinear equations in fluids, Asian Academic Publisher Ltd, Hong Kong, 2011.
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[4] Hatami, M., Jing, D. Differential transformation method for Newtonian and non-Newtonian Nano fluid flow analysis: compared to numerical solution, Alexander Engineering Journal, 55, 2015, pp. 731-739.
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[5] Ziabakhsh, Z., Domairry, G. Analytic solution of natural convection flow of a non-Newtonian fluid between two vertical flat plates using homotopy analysis method, Communication nonlinear Science Numerical Simulation, 14, 2009, pp. 1868-1880.
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[6] Ahmadi, A.R., Zahmatkesh, A., Hatami, M., Ganji D.D. A comprehensive analysis of the flow and heat transfer for nanofluid over an unsteady stretching flat plate, Powder Technology, 258, 2014, pp.125-133.
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[7] Sheihol Eslami, M., Ganji, D.D., Ashorynejad, H.R. Investigation of squeezing unsteady Nano fluid flow using ADM, Powder Technology, 239, 2013, pp.259-265.
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[8] Sheihol Eslami, M., Rashidi, M.M., Alsaad, D.M., Rokni, H.B. Steady Nano fluid flow between parallel plates considering thermophoresis and Brownian effects, Journal of King Saud University Science, 28(4), 2016, pp. 380-389.
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[9] Pourmehran, O., Rahimi-Gorji, M., Gorji-Bandpy, M., Ganji, D.D. Analytical investigation of squeezing unsteady Nano fluid flow between parallel plates by LSM and CM, Alexandria Engineering Journal, 54, 2015, pp.17-26.
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[10] Mandy, A. Unsteady mixed convection boundary layer flow and heat transfer of Nano fluid due to stretching sheet, Nuclear Engineering, 249, 2012, pp.248-255.
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[11] Hamad, M.A.A., Pop, I., Ismail, M.A.I. Magnetic field effects on free convection flow of a Nano fluid past a vertical semi-infinite plate, Nonlinear Analysis Real World Application, 12, 2011, pp.1338-1346.
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[12] Mustafa, M., Hayat, T., Obadiat, S. On heat and mass transfer in an unsteady squeezing flow between parallel plates, Mechanica, 47, 2012, pp. 1581-1589.
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[13] Siddiqui, A.M., Irium, S., Ansari, A.R. Unsteady squeezing flow of viscous MHD fluid between parallel plates, Mathematical Modeling Analysis, 13, 2008, pp. 565-576.
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[14] Domairry, G., Hatami, M. Squeezing Cu-water Nano fluid flow analysis between parallel plates by DTM-Pade Method, Journal of Molecular Liquids, 188, 2014, pp.155-161.
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[15] Afify, A.A., Abdel-Azizi, M. Lie group analysis of flow and heat transfer of non-Newtonian Nano fluid, Pramana Journal of Physics, 31, 2017, pp. 88-104.
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[16] Sheikholeslami, M., Abelman, S. Two phase simulation of Nano fluid flow and heat transfer in an annulus in the presence of an axial magnetic field, IEEE transaction on nanotechnology, 14, 2015, pp.561-566.
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[17] Madaki, A.G., Roslan, R., Mohamed, M., Kamardan, M.G. Analytical solutions of squeezing unsteady nanofluid flow in the presence of thermal radiation, Journal of Computer Science and Computational Mathematics, 6, 2016, pp. 451-463.
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[18] Adesanya, S.O., Falade, J.A. Thermodynamic analysis of hydro magnetic third grade fluid flow through a channel filled with porous medium, Alexandria Engineering Journal, 14, 2015, pp. 615-622.
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[19] Hoshyar, H.A., Ganji, D.D., Borran, A.R., Falahatid, M. Flow behavior of unsteady incompressible Newtonian fluid flow between two parallel plates via homotopy analysis method, Latin American Journal of Solids and Structures, 12, 2015, pp. 1859-1869.
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[20] Myers, T.G., Charprin, J.P.F., Tshehia, M.S. Flow of a variable viscosity fluid between parallel plates with shear heating, Applied Mathematical Modeling, 30, 2006, pp.799-815.
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[21] Kargar, A., Akbarzade, M. Analytical solution of Natural convection Flow of a non-Newtonian between two vertical parallel plates u,sing the Homotopy Perturbation Method, World Applied Sciences Journal, 20, 2012, pp. 1459-1465.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
A Method for Determination of the Fundamental Period of Layered Soil Profiles
In this study, a method is proposed to determine the fundamental period of layered soil profiles. A model considering the layered soil as shear type structure is used. At first, the soil profile is divided into substructures. Then, the stiffness matrices of the substructures considered as the equivalent shear structures are assembled according to the Finite Element Method. Thereinafter, the stiffness matrices of the substructures are transformed into the Modified Finite Element Transfer Matrices, which take part in the literature. Finally, the system matrix is assembled using matrices of the substructures. The proposed method provides reduction in the size of the matrix. Therefore, analysis time is remarkably reduced. At the end of the study, the accuracy of the method is presented by the examples. Consequently, the proposed method offers a practical method for determination of the fundamental period of the soil.
http://jacm.scu.ac.ir/article_13034_032bcb82acb6d5cc6f34dc9aaa2cca89.pdf
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Finite element
Soil profile
fundamental period
Transformation
Transfer matrix
Duygu
Ozturk
duygu.ozturk@ege.edu.tr
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Department of Civil Engineering., Faculty of Engineering, University of Ege, Bornova, Izmir, Turkey
Department of Civil Engineering., Faculty of Engineering, University of Ege, Bornova, Izmir, Turkey
Department of Civil Engineering., Faculty of Engineering, University of Ege, Bornova, Izmir, Turkey
LEAD_AUTHOR
K. Burak
Bozdogan
kbbozdogan@comu.edu.tr
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Department of Civil Engineering., Faculty of Engineering, University of Canakkale Onsekiz Mart, Canakkale, Turkey.
Department of Civil Engineering., Faculty of Engineering, University of Canakkale Onsekiz Mart, Canakkale, Turkey.
Department of Civil Engineering., Faculty of Engineering, University of Canakkale Onsekiz Mart, Canakkale, Turkey.
AUTHOR
[1] Dobry, R.I., Oweis, I., Urzua, A. Simplified procedures for estimating the fundamental period of a soil profile, Bulletin of the Seismological Society of America, 66, 1976, pp. 1293-1321.
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[2] Gazetas, G. Vibrational characteristics of soil deposits with variable wave velocity, International Journal for Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics, 6, 1982, pp. 1-20.
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[3] Medina, F. Modeling of layered soil-structure interaction by infinite elements, Earthquake Engineering, Teneth World Conference, Balkema, Roterdam, 1992.
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[4] Singh, Y., Nagpal, A.K. Estimatıng fundamental period of soil profiles, Geotechnical Engineering, 24(2), 1977, pp. 167-174.
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[5] Sarma, S.K. Analytical solution to the seismic response of visco-elastic soil layers, Géotechnique, 44(2), 1993, pp. 265-275.
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[6] Hadjian, A.H. Fundamental period and mode shape of layered soil profiles, Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 22, 2002, pp. 885-891.
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[7] Sawada, S. A simplified equation to approximate natural period of layered ground on the elastic bedrock for seismic design of structures, 13th World Conference on Earthquake Engineering Vancouver, B.C., Canada, 2004.
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[8] Deb, K., Dey, A., Chandra, S. Modeling of layered soil system, 1st Indian Young Geotechnical Engineers Conference, Hyderabad, India, 2-3rd March, 50-55, 2007.
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[9] Ruiz, S., Saragoni, S.R. Free vibration of soils during large earthquakes, Soil Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering, 29, 2009, pp. 1-16.
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[10] Vijayendra, K.V., Prasad, S.K., Nayak, S. Computation of Fundamental Period of Soil Deposit: A Comparative Study, Oxford, UK, second edition, Indian Geotechnical Conference, December 16-18, 2010.
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[11] Choi, M.S. Free Vibration Analysis of Plate Structures Using Finite Element-Transfer Stiffness Coefficient Method, Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology, 17(6), 2003, pp. 805-815.
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[12] Rong, B., Rui, X.T., Wang, G.P. Modified Finite Element Transfer Matrix Method for Eigenvalue Problem of Flexible Structures, Journal of Applied Mechanics, 78(2), 2011, 021016.
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[13] Ozturk, D., Bozdogan, K., Nuhoglu, A. Modified finite element-transfer matrix method for the static analysis of structures, Structural Engineering and Mechanics, 43(6), 2012, pp. 761-769.
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[14] Iyisan, R., Hatipoglu, M., Ozudogru, T.Y. Determination of shear wave velocity by suspension ps logging method, 16th National Congress of Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Erzurum, Turkey, 2016.
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Bending, Buckling and Vibration of a Functionally Graded Porous Beam Using Finite Elements
This study presents the effect of porosity on mechanical behaviors of a power distribution functionally graded beam. The Euler-Bernoulli beam is assumed to describe the kinematic relations and constitutive equations. Because of technical problems, particle size shapes and micro-voids are created during the fabrication which should be taken into consideration. Two porosity models are proposed. The first one describes properties in the explicit form as linear functions of the porosity parameter. The second is a modified model which presents porosity and Young’s modulus in an implicit form where the density is assumed as a function of the porosity parameter and Young’s modulus as a ratio of mass with porosity to the mass without porosity. The modified proposed model is more applicable than the first model. The finite element model is developed to solve the problem by using the MATLAB software. Numerical results are presented to show the effects of porosity on mechanical behaviors of functionally graded beams.
http://jacm.scu.ac.ir/article_12817_a580c4a4f6f4b08d0a2c876ed28fe3ed.pdf
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Mechanical Behaviors
Porous material
Functionally graded material
Beam Analysis
Finite element method
Noha
Fouda
nfooda@gmail.com
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Production Engineering and mechanical Design Dept, Mansoura University
Al Mansurah, Egypt
Production Engineering and mechanical Design Dept, Mansoura University
Al Mansurah, Egypt
Production Engineering and mechanical Design Dept, Mansoura University
Al Mansurah, Egypt
AUTHOR
Tawfik
El-midany
tawfikm@gmail.com
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Production Engineering and mechanical Design Dept, Mansoura University
Al Mansurah, Egypt
Production Engineering and mechanical Design Dept, Mansoura University
Al Mansurah, Egypt
Production Engineering and mechanical Design Dept, Mansoura University
Al Mansurah, Egypt
AUTHOR
A. M.
Sadoun
aymansadoun76@gmail.com
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Mechanical Engineering Dept, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
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Mechanical Design and Production Eng. Dept., Zagazig University,
Al Zagazig, Egypt
Mechanical Engineering Dept, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
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Mechanical Design and Production Eng. Dept., Zagazig University,
Al Zagazig, Egypt
Mechanical Engineering Dept, King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
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Mechanical Design and Production Eng. Dept., Zagazig University,
Al Zagazig, Egypt
LEAD_AUTHOR
[1] Eltaher, M.A., Khairy, A., Sadoun, A.M., Omar, F.A. Static and buckling analysis of functionally graded Timoshenko nanobeams, Applied Mathematics and Computation, 229, 2014, pp. 283-295.
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[2] Zhu, J., Lai, Z., Yin, Z., Jeon, J., Lee, S. Fabrication of ZrO 2–NiCr functionally graded material by powder metallurgy, Materials Chemistry and Physics, 68(1), 2001, pp. 130-135.
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[3] Aqida, S.N., Ghazali, M.I., Hashim, J. Effects of porosity on mechanical properties of metal matrix composite: an overview, Jurnal Teknologi, 40, 2004, pp. 17-32.
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[4] Kim, H.S., Yang, Y., Koh, J.T., Lee, K.K., Lee, D.J., Lee, K.M., Park, S.W. Fabrication and characterization of functionally graded nano‐micro porous titanium surface by anodizing, Journal of Biomedical Materials Research Part B: Applied Biomaterials, 88B, 2009, pp. 427-435.
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[5] Wattanasakulpong, N., Prusty, B.G., Kelly, D.W., Hoffman, M. Free vibration analysis of layered functionally graded beams with experimental validation, Materials & Design, 36, 2012, pp. 182-190.
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[6] Ji, S., Gu, Q., Xia, B. Porosity dependence of mechanical properties of solid materials, Journal of Materials Science, 41, 2006, pp. 1757-1768.
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[7] Wattanasakulpong, N., Ungbhakorn, V. Linear and nonlinear vibration analysis of elastically restrained ends FGM beams with porosities, Aerospace Science and Technology, 32, 2014, pp. 111-120.
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[8] Wattanasakulpong, N., Chaikittiratana, A. Flexural vibration of imperfect functionally graded beams based on Timoshenko beam theory, Chebyshev collocation method, Meccanica, 50(5), 2015, pp. 1331-1342.
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[9] Atmane, H.A., Tounsi, A., Bernard, F. Effect of thickness stretching and porosity on mechanical response of a functionally graded beams resting on elastic foundations, International Journal of Mechanics and Materials in Design, 13, 2015, pp. 71-84.
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[10] Ebrahimi, F., Mokhtari, M. Transverse vibration analysis of rotating porous beam with functionally graded microstructure using the differential transform method, Journal of the Brazilian Society of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering, 37, 2015, pp. 1435-1444.
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[11] Ebrahimi, F., Jafari, A. A four-variable refined shear-deformation beam theory for thermo-mechanical vibration analysis of temperature-dependent FGM beams with porosities, Mechanics of Advanced Materials and Structures, 23, 2016, pp. 1-13.
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[12] Ebrahimi, F., Ghasemi, F., Salari, E. Investigating thermal effects on vibration behavior of temperature-dependent compositionally graded Euler beams with porosities, Meccanica, 51, 2016, pp. 223-249.
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[13] Shafiei, N., Mousavi, A., Ghadiri, M. On size-dependent nonlinear vibration of porous and imperfect functionally graded tapered microbeams, International Journal of Engineering Science, 106, 2016, pp. 42-56.
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[14] Ebrahimi, F., Barati, M.R. Size-dependent vibration analysis of viscoelastic nanocrystalline silicon nanobeams with porosities based on a higher order refined beam theory, Composite Structures, 166, 2017, pp. 256-267.
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[15] Magnucki, K., Stasiewicz, P. Elastic buckling of a porous beam, Journal of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics, 42(4), 2004, pp. 859-868.
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[16] Jabbari, M., Mojahedin, A., Joubaneh, E.F. Thermal Buckling Analysis of Circular Plates Made of Piezoelectric and Saturated Porous Functionally Graded Material Layers, Journal of Engineering Mechanics, 141(4), 2015, pp. 1-12.
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[17] Xue, L., Dui, G., Liu, B., Xin, L. A phenomenological constitutive model for functionally graded porous shape memory alloy, International Journal of Engineering Science, 78, 2014, pp. 103-113.
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[18] Chen, D., Yang, J., Kitipornchai, S. Elastic buckling and static bending of shear deformable functionally graded porous beam, Composite Structures, 133, 2015, pp. 54-61.
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[19] Kitipornchai, S., Chen, D., Yang, J., Free vibration and elastic buckling of functionally graded porous beams reinforced by graphene platelets, Materials & Design, 116, 2017, pp. 656-665.
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[20] Hamed, M.A., Eltaher, M.A., Sadoun, A.M., Almitani, K.H. Free vibration of symmetric and sigmoid functionally graded nanobeams, Applied Physics A, 122(9), 2016, pp. 829-839.
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[21] Ebrahimi, F., Zia, M., Large amplitude nonlinear vibration analysis of functionally graded Timoshenko beams with porosities, Acta Astronautica, 116, 2015, pp. 117-125.
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[22] Sarkar, B.K., Mukherjee, M. K., Natarajan, A. A modification of the rule of mixture in estimating strengths of a composite, Materialwissenschaft und Werkstofftechnik, 13(8), 1982, pp. 269-273.
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[23] Bert, C.W. Prediction of elastic moduli of solids with oriented porosity, Journal of Materials Science, 20(6), 1985, pp. 2220-2224.
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[24] Hardin, R.A., Beckermann, C. Effect of porosity on the stiffness of cast steel, Metallurgical and Materials Transactions A, 38(12), 2007, pp. 2992-3006.
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[25] Wachtman, J.B., Cannon, W.R., Matthewson, M.J. Mechanical properties of ceramics, John Wiley & Sons, New York, 2009.
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[26] Sabree, I., Gough, J.E., Derby, B. Mechanical properties of porous ceramic scaffolds: influence of internal dimensions, Ceramics International, 41(7), 2015, pp. 8425-8432.
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[27] Zok, F.W., Levi, C.G. Mechanical properties of porous-matrix ceramic composites, Advanced Engineering Materials, 3(1-2), 2001, pp. 15-23.
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[28] Revel, G.M. Measurement of the apparent density of green ceramic tiles by a non-contact ultrasonic method, Experimental Mechanics, 47(5), 2007, pp. 637-648.
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[29] Eltaher, M.A., Hamed, M.A., Sadoun, A.M., Mansour, A. Mechanical analysis of higher order gradient nanobeams, Applied Mathematics and Computation, 229, 2014, pp. 260-272.
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[30] Alshorbagy A.E., Eltaher M.A., Mahmoud F.F. Free vibration characteristics of a functionally graded beam by finite element method, Applied Mathematical Modelling, 35(1), 2011, pp. 412–425.
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[31] Eltaher, M.A., El-Borgi, S., Reddy, J.N. Nonlinear analysis of size-dependent and material-dependent nonlocal CNTs, Composite Structures, 153, 2016, pp. 902-913.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Finite Element Analysis for CFST Columns under Blast Loading
The columns of frame structures are the key load-bearing components and the exterior columns are susceptible to attack in terrorist blasts. When subjected to blast loads, the columns would suffer a loss of bearing capacity to a certain extent due to the damage imparted which may lead to their collapse and even cause the progressive collapse of the whole structure . The concrete-filled steel columns have been extensively used in the world due to the existence of all suitable characteristics of concrete and steel, more ductility, increasing concrete confinement using the steel wall, the large energy-absorption capacity and the appropriate fire behavior. In the present study, the concrete-filled steel square columns have been simulated under the influence of the blast load using the ABAQUS software. These responses have been compared for scaled distances based on the distance to the source and the weight of the explosive material. As a result, it can be seen that although concrete deformation has been restricted using the steel tube, the inner layer of concrete has been seriously damaged and the column displacement has been decreased by increasing the scaled distance. We also concluded that the concrete-filled steel columns have the high ductility and the blast resistance.
http://jacm.scu.ac.ir/article_12816_61de52714fc3fee52a1fac894b72a08b.pdf
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Blast Load
Concrete-Filled Steel Columns
Finite element analysis
Peyman
Beiranvand
peyman51471366@gmail.com
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Department of Civil Engineering, Lorestan University, Khorram abad, Iran
Department of Civil Engineering, Lorestan University, Khorram abad, Iran
Department of Civil Engineering, Lorestan University, Khorram abad, Iran
LEAD_AUTHOR
Fereydoon
Omidinasab
omidinasab@gmail.com
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Department of Civil Engineering, Lorestan University, Khorram abad, Iran
Department of Civil Engineering, Lorestan University, Khorram abad, Iran
Department of Civil Engineering, Lorestan University, Khorram abad, Iran
AUTHOR
Marziye
Sadate Moayeri
a.moayeri1990@yahoo.com
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Lecturer, Civil Engineering faculty, Borujerd Branch, Islamic Azad University, Iran
Lecturer, Civil Engineering faculty, Borujerd Branch, Islamic Azad University, Iran
Lecturer, Civil Engineering faculty, Borujerd Branch, Islamic Azad University, Iran
AUTHOR
Shahpoor
Mehdipour
mehdipoor1349@gmail.com
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Department of Civil Engineering
Arak Branch, Islamic Azad University, Iran
Department of Civil Engineering
Arak Branch, Islamic Azad University, Iran
Department of Civil Engineering
Arak Branch, Islamic Azad University, Iran
AUTHOR
Mohammad
Zarei
mohammadzarei959@yahoo.com
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Department of Civil engineering, Imam Khomeini international university, Qazvin, Iran
Department of Civil engineering, Imam Khomeini international university, Qazvin, Iran
Department of Civil engineering, Imam Khomeini international university, Qazvin, Iran
AUTHOR
[1] Choi, Y.-H., Foutch, D.A., LaFave, J.M. New approach to AISC P-M interaction curve for square concrete filled tube (CFT) beam–columns,Engineering Structures, 28(11), 2006, pp. 1586–1598.
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[2] Choi, Y.-H., Kim, K.S., Choi, S.-M. Simplified P-M interaction curve for square steel tube filled with high-strength concrete, Thin-Walled Structures, 465, 2008, pp. 506–515.
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[3] Krauthammer, T. Modern Protective Structures, Taylor & Francis Group, New York, NY, USA, 2008.
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[4] Fujikura, S.C., Bruneau, M., Lopez-Garcia, D. Experimental investigation of blast performance of seismically resistant concrete-filled steel tube bridge piers, Tech. Rep. MCEER-07- 0005, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, USA, 2007.
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[5] Fujikura, S., Bruneau, M., Lopez-Garcia, D. Experimental investigation of multihazard resistant bridge piers having concrete-filled steel tube under blast loading, Journal of Bridge Engineering, 13(6), 2008, pp. 586–594.
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[6] Li, G., Qu, H., Yang, T., Lu, Y., Chen, S. Experimental study of concrete-filled steel tubular columns under blast loading, Journal of Building Structures, 34(12), 2013, pp. 69–76.
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[7] Remennikov, A.M., Uy, B. Explosive testing and modelling of square tubular steel columns for near-field detonations, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 101, 2014, pp. 290–303.
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[8] Ngo, T., Mohotti, D., Remennikov, A., Uy, B. Numerical simulations of response of tubular steel beams to close-range explosions, Journal of Constructional Steel Research, 105, 2015, pp. 151–163.
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[9] Zhang, F.R., Wu, C.Q., Wang, H.W., Zhou, Y. Numerical simulation of concrete filled steel tube columns against BLAST loads, Thin-Walled Structures, 92, 2015, pp. 82–92.
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[10] Zhang, F., Wu, C., Zhao, X., Li, Z., Heidarpour, A., Wang, H. Numerical modeling of concrete-filled double-skin steel square tubular columns under blast loading, Journal of Performance of Constructed Facilities, 29(5), 2015, B4015002.
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[11] BS EN 1993-1-2, “Euro code 3: design of steel structures, Part 1.2: General rules structural fire design”, London, British Standards Institution, 2005.
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[12] BS EN 1994–1–2, “Euro code 4: design of composite steel and concrete structures. Part 1.2: general rules–structural fire design”, London, British Standards Institution, 2005.
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[13] ABAQUS standard user’s manual, 1–3. USA: Hibbitt, Karlsson and Sorensen, Inc; 2008. version 6.8-1.
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[14] TM5-1300, Structures to resist the effects of accidental explosions, US Army, USA, 1990.
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[15] Bing, L., Tso-Chien, P., Anand, N. A case study of the effect of cladding panels on the response of reinforced concrete frames subjected to distant blast loadings, Nuclear Engineering and Design, 239(3), 2009, pp. 455-469.
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[16] Brode, H.L. Numerical solutions of spherical blast waves, Journal of Applied Physics, 26, 1955, pp.766-766.
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[17] Newmark, N.M. Protective Construction Review Guide-hardening, Defense Technical Information Center, 1961, pp. 324.
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ORIGINAL_ARTICLE
Modified U-Slot Stacked Micro-Strip Patch Antenna for Ultra-Wideband Applications in S Band, C Band and X Band
The U-slot micro-strip patch antennas were originally developed for bandwidth broadening applications. This study presents a transmission line feed to modify the U-slot stacked rectangular micro-strip patch antenna for Ultra-Wide Band (UWB) communications. The modified antenna has a U-cut loaded with parallel slits and corner slots and is printed on a dielectric substrate of FR4 with relative permittivity (εr) of 4.4, the thickness of 1.59 mm and the tangent loss of 0.025. The results show that the proposed antenna achieves an impedance bandwidth of 11.55 GHz (2.1 – 13.65 GHz) with the return loss < (-10) dB. This antenna can be employed for ultra-wideband applications in S Band, C Band and X Band. The proposed patch antenna is designed and simulated by using IE3D 14.0 software. Simulation results are presented in terms of the resonant frequency, the return loss, VSWR, the impedance bandwidth and the impedance matching.
http://jacm.scu.ac.ir/article_12638_eb623a5a8e7d4b143d2c81d82738d370.pdf
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UWB antenna
VSWR
IE3D & Return Loss
Monika
Surana
suranamonika@gmail.com
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Poorima College of Engineering, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
Poorima College of Engineering, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
Poorima College of Engineering, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India
LEAD_AUTHOR
Amit
Jain
jain.2102@gmail.com
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Poornima College Of Engineering, Jaipur
Poornima College Of Engineering, Jaipur
Poornima College Of Engineering, Jaipur
AUTHOR
[1] Kahrizi, M., Sarkar, T.K., Maricevic, Z.A. Analysis of a wide radiating slot in the ground plane of a microstrip line, IEEE Trans. Microw. Theory Tech., 41(1), 1993, pp. 29–37.
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[2] Chiou, J.-Y., Sze, J.-Y., Wong, K.L. A broadband CPW-Fed strip loaded square slot antenna, IEEE Trans. Antennas Propag., 51(4), 2003, pp. 719–721.
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[3] Chen, H.-D. Broadband CPW-Fed square slot antennas with a widened tuning stub, IEEE Trans. Antennas Propagation, 51(4), 2003, pp. 1982–1986.
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[4] Gupta, N., Gupta, V. Gain and Bandwidth Enhancement in Compact Microstrip Antenna, Birla Institute of Technology, Mesra, Ranchi835215, INDIA, 2005.
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[5] Yoharaaj, D., Azmir, R.S., Ismail, A. A new approach for bandwidth enhancement technique in microstrip antenna for wireless applications, International RF and Microwave Conference, Putrajaya, Malaysia, 12-14 September, 2006.
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[6] Pozar, D.M. A review of bandwidth enhancement techniques for microstrip antennas, Microstrip Antennas: Analysis and Design of Microstrip Antennas and Arrays, D. H. Schaubert (ed.), 157–166, IEEE Press, New York, 1995
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[7] Tang, C.L., Chiou, J.Y., Waong, K.L. Beamwidth enhancement of circularly polarized microstrip antenna mounted on a three – dimensional ground structure, Microwave Opt. Technol. Lett., 32(2), 2002, pp. 149–154
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[8] Mandal, K., Sarkar, S., Sarkar, P.P. Bandwidth enhancement of microstrip antennas by staggering effect, Microwave Opt. Technol. Lett., 53(10), 2011, pp. 2446–2447.
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[9] Wu, C.-K., Wong, K.L. Broadband microstrip antenna with directly coupled and parasitic patches, Microwave Opt. Technol. Lett., 22(5), 1999, pp. 348–349.
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[10] Surana, M., Sharma, O.P. Analysis of Triple Band Rectangular Patch Antenna Loaded With Pairs of L Shaped Slots, International Journal of Computer Applications, 111(12), 2015, pp. 36-41.
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[11] Kumar, R., Vijay, R. A Compact Multiband Frequency Agile Microstrip Slot Antenna, International Conference on Advanced Computing & Communication Technologies, 5, 2015, pp. 8-11.
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[12] Nornikman, H., Malek, F., Saudin, N., Shukor, M., Zainuddin, N.A., Abd Aziz, M.Z.A., Ahmad, B.H., Othman, M.A. Design of Rectangular Stacked Patch Antenna with Four L-Shape Slots and CPW-Fed for WiMAX Application, 3rd International Conference on Instrumentation, Communications, Information Technology and Biomedical Engineering, Bandung, 7-8 November, 2013.
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[13] Colles, D., Arakaki, D. Multi Technique Broadband Microstrip Patch Antenna Design, IEEE Transactions on Antennas and Propagations, Memphis, TN, USA, 2014, pp. 1879-1880.
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[14] Balanis, C.A. Antenna theory analysis and design, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey, 2005.
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