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Effect of thermoelastic damping in nonlinear beam model of MEMS resonators by differential quadrature method
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This paper presents a nonlinear model of a clampedclamped microbeam actuated by an electrostatic load with stretching and thermoelastic effects. The frequency of free vibration is calculated by discretization based on the Differential Quadrature (DQ) Method. The frequency is a complex value due to the thermoelastic effect that dissipates energy. By separating the real and imaginary parts of frequency, the quality factor of thermoelastic damping is calculated. Both the stretching and thermoelastic effects are validated by the referenced papers. This paper shows that the main nonlinearity of this model is voltage, which makes the difference between linear and nonlinear models. The variation of thermoelastic damping (TED) versus geometrical parameters, such as thickness, gap distance and length, is investigated and these results are compared by linear and nonlinear models in high voltages. This paper also shows that in high voltages the linear model has a large margin of error for calculating thermoelastic damping (TED) and thus the nonlinear model should be used.
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Ale Ali
Department of Marine Engineering, Khorramshahr University of Marine Science &amp; Technology
Department of Marine Engineering, Khorramshahr
Iran
aleali@kmsu.ac.ir


Ardeshir
Mohammadi
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Shahrood University of Technology, Shahrood
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Shahrood
Iran
akarami@yahoo.com
thermoelastic damping
stretching effect
resonator
differential quadrature method
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Abadyan, "Modeling the size dependent pullin instability of beamtype NEMS using strain gradient theory" Latin American Journal of Solids and Structures, Volume 11, pp. 18061829, 2014. ##[40] A. Koochi, H. HosseiniToudeshky, H. R. Ovesy, "modeling the influence of surface effect on instability of nanocantilever in presence of van der waals force" Volume 13, No. 4, 1250072, 2013.##]
Sizedependent free vibration analysis of rectangular nanoplates with the consideration of surface effects using finite difference method
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In this article, finite difference method (FDM) is used to study the sizedependent free vibration characteristics of rectangular nanoplates considering the surface stress effects. To include the surface effects in the equations, GurtinMurdoch continuum elasticity approach has been employed. The effects of surface properties including the surface elasticity, surface residual stress and surface mass density are considered to be the main causes for sizedependent behavior that arise from the increase in surfacetovolume ratios at smaller scales. Numerical results are presented to demonstrate the difference between the natural frequency obtained by considering the surface effects and that obtained without considering surface properties. It is observed that the effects of surface properties tend to diminish in thicker nanoplates, and vice versa.
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karimi
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan
Iran
mortezakarimi90@yahoo.com


Mohammad Hossein
Shokrani
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan
Iran
mh.shokrani@me.iut.ac.ir


Ali Reza
Shahidi
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology
Department of Mechanical Engineering, Isfahan
Iran
shahidi@cc.iut.ac.ir
free vibration
surface effects
sizedependent
rectangular nanoplate
finite difference method
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Fuzzy Modeling and Synchronization of a New Hyperchaotic Complex System with Uncertainties
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In this paper, the synchronization of a new hyperchaotic complex system based on TS fuzzy model is proposed. First, the considered hyperchaotic system is represented by TS fuzzy model equivalently. Then, by using the parallel distributed compensation (PDC) method and by applying linear system theory and exact linearization (EL) technique, a fuzzy controller is designed to realize the synchronization. Finally, simulation results are carried out to demonstrate the performance of our proposed control scheme, and also the robustness of the designed fuzzy controller to uncertainties.
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Hadi
Delavari
Hamedan university of Technology
Hamedan university of Technology
Iran
hdelavary@gmail.com


Mostafa
Shokrian
Department of Electrical Engineering, Hamedan University of Technology
Department of Electrical Engineering, Hamedan
Iran
mostafashokrian@stu.hut.ac.ir
a new hyperchaotic complex system
hyperchaotic synchronization
TS fuzzy model
parallel distributed compensation (PDC) method
exact linearization (EL)
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Computation of Slip analysis to detect adhesion for protection of rail vehicle and derailment
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Adhesion level for the proper running of rail wheelset on track has remained a significant problem for researchers in detecting slippage to avoid accidents. In this paper, the slippage of rail wheels has been observed applying forward and lateral motions to slip velocity and torsion motion. The longitudinal and lateral forces behavior is watched with respect to traction force to note correlation based on the angle of attack. The deriving torque relation with tractive torque is watched to check slippage. Coulomb’s law is applied in terms of tangential forces to normal forces owing to creep coefficient and friction to get the adhesion. Nadal’s limiting ratio is applied to escape from wheel climb and derailment from track depending upon wheel profile and flange on straight path and curves.
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Zulfiqar
Soomro
Directorate of Postgraduate Studies, Mehran University of Engg;&amp;Tech; Jamshoro (Pakistan)
Directorate of Postgraduate Studies, Mehran
Iran
786zas@gmail.com
Traction
Torsion
creep forces
angle of contact
creep coefficient and friction
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Helicopter Blade Stability Analysis Using Aeroelastic Frequency Response Functions
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In the present paper, the aeroelastic stability of helicopter rotor blade is determined using Aeroelastic Frequency Response Function. The conventional methods of aeroelastic stability usually use an iterative procedure while the present method does not require such approach. Aeroelastic Frequency Response Functions are obtained by inverting dynamic stiffness matrix of the aeroelastic system. System response could be obtained through exciting each degree of freedom. The resulting response was then plotted and the behavior of this function was investigated to find out the stability criteria and system natural frequencies. The results of this method are compared with stability boundaries obtained from the conventional pk method and it can be inferred that, compared to other methods, the present algorithm is of less numerical cost.
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Mohagheghi
Faculty of New Sciences and Technologies, Aerospace group, University of Tehran, Iran
Faculty of New Sciences and Technologies,
Iran
mo.mohagheghi@ut.ac.ir


Ali
Salehzadeh Nobari
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tehran, Iran
Department of Aerospace Engineering, Amirkabir
Iran
sal1358@aut.ac.ir


Alireza
Seyed Roknizadeh
Engineering Faculty, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Shahid Chamran University of Ahwaz, Iran
Engineering Faculty, Department of Mechanical
Iran
s.roknizadeh@scu.ac.ir
aeroelastic frequency response function
rotor blade
aeroelastic stability
critical pitch angle
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Springback Modeling in Lbending Process Using Continuum Damage Mechanics Concept
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Springback is one of the most common and important issues in metal forming area. Due to the fact that springback depends on a variety of parameters, it is hard to predict. Hence, in this paper, the effect of continuum damage mechanics (CDM) on springback was investigated based on the Lemaitre isotropic unified damage law. Swift’s hardening law was employed to describe isotropic hardening behavior. The results indicated that considering the damage mechanics concept in springback modeling increases the predictability of springback.
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Mehdi
Shahabi
Shiraz University
Shiraz University
Iran
m_shahabi@shirazu.ac.ir


Ali
Nayebi
Shiraz University
Shiraz University
Iran
nayebi@shirazu.ac.ir
Springback prediction
Damage
Simulation
Lbending test
FEM
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