Volume 21, Issue 1

 

ارسال های اخیر

  • An Improved Modular Modeling for Analysis of Closed-Cycle Absorption Cooling Systems 

    Haghgoo, H. R.؛ Abbaspour-sani, K.؛ Bahar, F. (Materials and Energy Research Center, 2008-02-01)
    A detailed modular modeling of an absorbent cooling system is presented in this paper. The model including the key components is described in terms of design parameters, inputs, control variables, and outputs. The model ...

  • Design, Modeling, Implementation and Experimental Analysis of 6R Robot (TECHNICAL NOTE) 

    Habibnejad, A.؛ Korayem, M. H. (Materials and Energy Research Center, 2008-02-01)
    Design, modeling, manufacturing and experimental analysis of a six degree freedom robot, suitable for industrial applications, has been described in this paper. The robot was designed on the assumption that, each joint has ...

  • A Stochastic Model for Indirect Condition Monitoring Using Proportional Covariate Model 

    Manavizadeh, N.؛ Arabani, M.؛ Balali, S. (Materials and Energy Research Center, 2008-02-01)
    This paper introduces a model to make decision on the maintenance of a mechanical component subject to condition monitoring. A stochastic model is used to determine what maintenance action should be taken at a monitoring ...

  • Turbulent Drag Reduction by Spanwise Wall Oscillations 

    Zhou, D.؛ Ball, Kenneth S. (Materials and Energy Research Center, 2008-02-01)
    The objective of this paper is to examine the effectiveness of wall oscillation as a control scheme of drag reduction. Two flow configurations are considered: constant flow rate and constant mean pressure gradient. The ...

  • A 3d Micro-Plane Model for Shape Memory Alloys 

    Sadrnejad, S. A.؛ Roohbakhsh Davaran, A. (Materials and Energy Research Center, 2008-02-01)
    are compared with the experimental results. In these test results the shape memory alloys behavior as: super elasticity under various temperatures, loading rate effects, asymmetry in tension and pressure, various loops of ...

  • Model Based Method for Determining the Minimum Embedding Dimension from Solar Activity Chaotic Time Series 

    Mirmomeni, M.؛ Lucas, C. (Materials and Energy Research Center, 2008-02-01)
    Predicting future behavior of chaotic time series system is a challenging area in the literature of nonlinear systems. The prediction's accuracy of chaotic time series is extremely dependent on the model and the learning ...

  • Solution of Wave Equations Near Seawalls by Finite Element Method 

    Mirzaee, F.؛ Rajaee, T. (Materials and Energy Research Center, 2008-02-01)
    A 2D finite element model for the solution of wave equations is developed. The fluid is considered as incompressible and irrotational. This is a difficult mathematical problem to solve numerically as well as analytically ...