Applied and Computational Mechanics


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Recent Submissions

Khandouch, Younes , Aassif, El Houcein , Agounad, Said , Maze, Gérard
Development of an artificial neural network model for estimating the radius ratio of a one-layered cylindrical shell

The results obtained from previous studies on the acoustic scattering of a plane wave by an elastic cylindrical shell, show that the acoustic resonances of the shell are related to its physical and geometrical properties. In order to estimate the radius ratio of an ...

Tlau, Lalrinpuia
Fundamental flow problems considering non-Newtonian hyperbolic tangent fluid with Navier slip: Homotopy analysis method

The presented research article deals with the classical fundamental flows (Poiseuille and Couette) of an incompressible hyperbolic tangent fluid while considering the Navier slip at the walls. The governing equations are solved using the homotopy analysis method. The velocity expressions are ...

Jaiswal, Bharat Raj
Steady Stokes flow of a non-Newtonian Reiner-Rivlin fluid streaming over an approximate liquid spheroid

The investigation is carried out to study steady Stokes axisymmetrical Reiner-Rivlin streaming flow over a fixed viscous droplet, and this droplet to be deformed sphere in shape. As boundary conditions, vanishing of radial velocities, continuity of tangential velocities and shear stresses at...

Dupal, Jan , Zajíček, Martin
Existence of analytical solution, stability assessment and periodic response of vibrating systems with time varying parameters

The paper is focused on a solution of a vibrating system with one-degree-of-freedom (1 DOF). The goal of this presentation is to deal with the method for periodical response calculation (if exists) reminding Harmonic Balance Method (HBM) of linear systems having time dependent para...

Daridon, Loic , Delaume, Eric , Monerie, Yann , Perales, Frédéric
Local adaptive refinement method applied to solid mechanics

A good spatial discretization is of prime interest in the accuracy of the Finite Element Method. This paper presents a new refinement criterion dedicated to an h-type refinement method called Conforming Hierarchical Adaptive Refinement MethodS (CHARMS) and applied to solid mechanics. This&#x...