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(2005)Particleimage velocimetry measurements inside a fully transpired channel flow apparatus with sidewall injection are used to determine the role of sidewall injection length scale on core turbulence. Smaller pore sizes ...
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(1986)Typically ceramics are processed at high temperatures and cooled to ambient. This causes thermal stresses dominated by expansion mismatches in multiphase ceramics and thermal expansion anisotropies in single phase systems. ...
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(1981)Scalar diffraction theory is used to derive the final fringe formation equations in a spatial filtering setup for a doubleapertures specklegram. Both the pointwise and fullfield filtering setups are analyzed. The resulting ...
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(Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC)Cambridge University Press, 200512)This paper presents some extensions of two main problems of nonlinear compositional convection in horizontal mushy layers during the solidification of binary alloys that were recently investigated by the author (Riahi 2002, ...
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(Cambridge University Press, 2006)We consider the problem of nonlinear oscillatory convection in a horizontal mushy layer rotating about a vertical axis. Under a neareutectic approximation and the limit of large farfield temperature, we determine the ...
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(Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 200412)We consider the problem of nonlinear oscillatory convection in a horizontal mushy layer rotating about a vertical axis. We analyze the standing and traveling modes of oscillatory convection in the form of twodimensional ...
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(Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 200206)We use a continuum model to investigate the isochoric radial expansion of a right circular cylindrical specimen composed of a nematic elastomer that is crosslinked in a uniaxial state and then annealed. Numerical solutions ...
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(1988)A numerical procedure is developed for finding the displacements, internal forces, and reaction forces on any planar, continuous, and flexible structural member such as a beam, column, ring, or simplyconnected frame. ...
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(1983)Stable crack growth problems in elasticplastic materials are investigated with the aid of the finite element method. The formulation used for steady state crack growth under small scale yielding conditions has the feature ...
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(1988)The ductile rupture of metal alloys depends on the presence of small second phase particles which nucleate microscopic voids. Plastic flow in the metal allows the voids to grow and link up to create larger flaws such as ...
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(1980)The two basic methods of numerical viscous flow calculationthe vorticitytransport and primitivevariable schemesare applied to the finitedifference analysis of flow through a twodimensional 90degree bend between ...
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(1992)A numerical study of Anderson localization in two dimensions and a laboratory study of weak localization in three dimensions are presented. The twodimensional study was performed by mathematically modelling a system of ...
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(Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (UIUC), 200604)This work concerns the development of a finiteelement method for discretizing a recent secondgradient theory for the flow of incompressible fluids. The new theory gives rise to a flow equation involving higherorder ...
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(1986)Mixtures of hydrogen and air, when confined to a standard flammability tube, exhibit a remarkable flame structure in the neighborhood of the lean limit. The subject of this dissertation is the investigation of this fine ...
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