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(2009)Atomistictocontinuum coupling at finite temperature will require a thermomechanical continuum model. The length and time scales under consideration at an AtC coupling interface require a hyperbolic heat conduction model ...
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(1986)A theory is presented which will predict the stresses in a single lay strand subjected to axial, bending, and torsional loads when friction is present. Similar to the solution for the axial loading of a strand, the curvatures ...
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(1993)An approximate analytical method is developed to calculate strains at stress concentrators in structures of elasticplastic, isotropic material subjected to proportional and nonproportional multiaxial nominal loading. The ...
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(2002)A study of the healing of delamination damage in woven reinforced epoxy composites is performed. Three types of healing process are studied. In the first, a catalyzed monomer is manually injected into the delamination. In ...
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(1997)A coupled transient finiteelement model based on the fixedgrid implementation of this formulation is developed to simulate temperature, shape, and stress development in a solidifying steel shell during the initial stage ...
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(2001)Flow over a circular cylinder at a Reynolds number of 1500 is studied using a threedimensional direct numerical simulation (DNS). At this condition, the shear layer is unstable. However, previous direct numerical simulations ...
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(1988)L*instability stemming from the interaction between the thermal relaxation in the solid propellant and the bulkmode gas motion inside the combustion chamber is examined theoretically and numerically. The explosion reaction, ...
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(1985)A mathematical model which predicts the upstream effects of the impingement of shear layers on a solid boundary located in the linear region of the shear layer is developed. The model is compared with experimental results. ...
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(2001)The velocity time derivatives are associated predominantly with small scales in both space and time. Examination of instantaneous and estimates of the conditionally averaged velocity timederivative fields indicates that ...
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(2008)Finally, the spatial structure of flow over the RF1 surface is contrasted with that over the smooth wall, both within and outside the roughness sublayer, to further assess the possibility of structural modifications due ...
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(2005)An experimental investigation of blockage and a study of fluid and particle motion within microchannels having a variety of crosssectional geometries have been conducted over a wide range of flow conditions. A microchannel ...
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(2010)The stereoPIV measurements deep within the roughness sublayer at y = 0.047delta reveal a wealth of information about roughnessinduced effects, including the tendency of the roughness to promote 'channeling' of the flow ...
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(2009)Local Nusselt number (Nu) for smoothwall laminar flow in the range 200 ≤ Re ≤ Recr agree well with macroscale predictions in both the thermallydeveloping and developed regimes With increasing roughness, while an ...
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(2002)Analysis of swelling kinetics is also possible with the assumption that the rate of swelling is proportional to the square of the amount of water that the gel has to absorb from the solution. This assumption produces a ...
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(2007)Finally, the dynamic optimal finitevolume LES model is applied to more a more complex flow, the temporallygrowing shear layer. The results obtained with dynamic optimal finitevolume LES models are comparable with the ...
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(2009)We consider a round jet shrouded for a finite downstream distance by a sharplyterminated concentric cylinder. As the vortical disturbances supported by a vortexsheet model of the jet pass the sharp edge of the shroud ...
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