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mechanics American Academy of Mechanics Academia Americana de Mecanica Volume 33, Number 1-2 January-February 2004 (references in the form \M28(3-4)" indicate the last time the Journal was cited in mechanics: v. 28, n. 3-4, in this case.) 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Opinions expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reect oÆcial points of views of AAM or the institutions with which the authors are aÆliated. mechanics Editor: Horacio D. Espinosa (Northwestern University, U.S.A.) Gustavo Buscaglia (Balseiro Institute, Argentina), Gerardo Diaz (Universidad de Chile), Alex Elias-Zuniga (Instituto Technologica y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey), Djenane Pamplona (PUC-Rio, Brazil), Luis Suarez (Universidad de Puerto Rico), Reza Vaziri (The University of British Columbia). Associate Editors: The American Academy of Mechanics is a non-prot corporation incorporated in 1969 under the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Its objective is to advance the science and profession of mechanics, with particular reference to the countries of North, South, and Central America. 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Membership in the American Academy of Mechanics includes the subscription to mechanics. mechanics American Academy of Mechanics Academia Americana de Mecanica I SELECTIONS OF THE EDITOR SCALING LAWS FOR FRAGMENTATION ENERGY DISSIPATION IN IMPACTS AND EXPLOSIONS By Alberto Carpinteri* and Nicola Pugno** Department of Structural Engineering and Geotechnica, Politecnico di Torino Corso Duca degli Abruzzi 24, 10129 Torino, Italy *Tel: +39.115644850, Fax: +39.115644899, E- mail: [email protected] **Tel: +39.115644902, Fax: +39.115644899, E- mail: [email protected] Abstract: The result of this work aims at demonstrating and unifying the three fundamental laws regarding energy dissipation during comminution by showing their validity also as far as impact and explosive natural and artificial phenomena are concerned and extending their import to similar events occurring in one and two-dimensional objects. In the three-dimensional case, it emerges that energy dissipation takes place not according to an Euclidean domain but according to a fractal one, which, surprisingly enough, is always included within Euclidean surfaces and volumes. It is interesting to point out how borderline cases correspond to the predictions of classical theories, namely traditional Fracture Mechanics on the one hand and Plasticity on the other. Euclidean Geometry greatly contributed to the development of Natural Sciences, Mathematics and Phys ics. However, the 20th century clearly showed its limits, leading scientists to lay aside the old notion according to which Euclidean Geometry was suitable to represent the real Geometry of Nature. Pseudo Euclidean Geometry and Minkowski's spaces provided a basis for Restricted Relativity and likewise Gauss-Riemann's geometry provided a similar scientific fundation for the space-time description in General Relativity. Gravity does not depend on scale. Therefore this has brought about the formation of cosmic structures, which often do not seem to have a random nature, but - on the contrary possess a sponge-like topology, so as to influence consequently the selfsame space-time geometry. Such topology has been well described by the recent Fractal Geometry1,2 which studies structures such as e.g. sponge pores, that appear self-similar at all scales. Therefore Fractality is linked to Scale Relativity, making it impossible to establish an absolute scale. II Self-similar objects at all scales are actually well known in Nature3-7 ; hence the use - and sometimes the misuse - of fractals can be found in the most diversified fields (e.g., energies, sizes and durations of solar flares, magnitudes of earthquakes, sizes of lakes, sizes of impact craters on moons, frequencies of usage of words, lifetime of biological taxa, fragments of coal, size of asteroids, particles in rings of Saturn, energy dissipation of warm-blooded animals, distribution of scales of coastlines etc.). For instance, the problem concerning the measurement of the length of Great Britain's3 coastline showed the fractal nature of the coastline indentation. As a matter of fact the Euclidean method for the measurement adopted at the beginning led to conflicting results since the more accurate the measurement was the more the coastline diverged. Likewise, objects with different dimensions, even belonging to various magnitude sizes (e.g. a micro fracture caused by fatigue in a metal and a macro fracture on the earth's crust originating from an earthquake) seem to be topologically similar. In other words, the morphology of a fracture appears self-similar at all scales: paradoxically this does not allow researchers to understand whether the photograph of a fracture was taken using a microscope or from a satellite. With a view to pursue such analysis in the field of fractures, a further consideration of fundamental purport is that at small scales the self-similarity phenomenon must fade away owing to quantization (a phenomenon which Quantum Mechanics has made researchers familiar with). Namely it is to be expected that at nano-scale the Continuum should die down and be replaced by Fracture Quanta8 . Nowadays this issue is becoming more and more relevant due to the steady growth of the development of nanotechnologies, which has considerably increased the interest in the investigation into damages at small scale levels 9,10. As far as a fracture is concerned, even if such fracture is extreme (e.g. in crushing processes), it is therefore impossible to produce matter particles below a certain dimensional threshold (Material Quantum) because of a drastic energy increase to be spent in the process11 ; hence the serious technological difficulty in carrying out a III fine comminution, which is essential in a vast number of processes (e.g. sintering, medicine production …). By combining both concepts, i.e. Scale Relativity or Fractal Geometry on the one hand, and the hypothesis of the existence of a Material Quantum on the other, researchers have recently formulated some simple Universal Laws (one, two and three-dimensional) in order to calculate the energy involved in the crushing of matter as a result of impacts and explosions12 . Such laws comply with thermodynamics principles. Actually, some researchers already realized as far as ten years ago that there was a kind of universal pattern underlying the crushing processes which implied different fracture systems and different materials 13 . In the three-dimensional case, for example, it emerges that energy dissipation takes place not according to a Euclidean domain but according to a fractal one, which, surprisingly enough, is always included within Euclidean surfaces and volumes. It is interesting to point out how borderline cases correspond to the classical cases of structural collapse, namely traditional Fracture Mechanics on the one hand and Plasticity on the other14 . In addition, it is relevant to this research to highlight how the threedimensional Universal Law succeeds in unifying the three main theories about comminution (i.e. the Surface Theory15 , the Volume Theory16 and the Third Comminution Theory17 ; see18 ), which, however, were developed on the basis of deeply different and inherently experimental concepts so as to ignore the fragment dimensional distribution. The starting point in the research involved assuming of a fractal probability density function for the fragment size distribution19 p (r) = D D rmin , where rmin is the typical dimension of r D+1 the smallest fragment (matter quantum), r is the typical dimension of a generic fragment (proportional to the cube root of the fragment's volume) and D is the so called fractal dimension of the distribution. Theoretically such fractal exponent is positive. Experimentally it is possible to observe that in the vast majority of cases involving the crushing of three dimensional objects IV such exponent is comprised between values ranging from 2 to 3 (e.g. disaggregated gneiss D=2.13, disaggregated granite D=2.22, broken coal D=2.50, projectile fragmentation of quartzite D=2.55, projectile fragmentation of basalt D=2.56, fault gouge D=2.60, sandy clays D=2.61, terrace sands and gravels D=2.82, glacial till D=2.88)19 . Theoretically this is equivalent to a crushing in which the smallest fragments provide the main contribution to the creation of the fracture surface while the largest ones contribute to defining its volume. All the same, fractal exponent values outside (i.e. below or above) this interval can be detected in a few cases such as artificially crushed quartz (D=1.89) or ash and pumice (D=3.54)19 . As far as two-dimensional objects are concerned, the radius which characterizes the fractal size distribution p (r ) is proportional to the square root of the typical surface (of constant thickness) of the fragment. For the most frequent crushing, in which the smallest fragments provide the main contribution to the creation of the fracture perimeter while the largest ones define the area, the two-dimensional fractal exponent is comprised between values ranging from 1 to 2. This is experimentally substantiated: in fact several texts regarding ice floe fragmentation set the values of D as 1.7-1.8, 1.36. and 1.5620 . Likewise a value ranging from 0 to 1 can be expected for the one-dimensional fractal exponent. Some simple models19 show how D is proportional to the logarithm of the crushing probability, i.e. the probability a certain block has to be crushed into sub-blocks and then into even smaller ones and so on. So, assuming a fractal law (D=const) means assuming a constant crushing probability at all scales: for the starting block, for sub-blocks and so forth. If the crushing probability increases, also the fractal exponent becomes bigger. For instance: in passing from one dimensional to three-axial compression, the fractal exponent rises, starting from an initial value close to 2, due to the greater confinement to which a greater crushing probability corresponds20 . The crushing is therefore finer and the fractal exponent bigger. Another example V can be found in the case of ice floes, where the fractal exponent seems to increase towards the ice-sea interface owing to the major confinement and stress set by waves and wind (D increases starting from 1 for the internal interface areas and reaches 1.8 for the external ones)20 . To sum up, it is possible to state that, given an equal space dimension (1, 2 or 3) to be taken into consideration, inferior values can be expected for less confined phenomena - such as explosions; whereas greater values have to be expected for the more confined events - such as impacts, especially repeated ones. All this conforms to the full to experimentation. In addition to this experimental corroboration, some authors have demonstrated that the fractal distribution law is theoretically a consequence of the Maximum Entropy Principle21 . 0.01 log r rmax 0.1 r/r max 1 1 D = 2.48 D=2.48 log M (< r ) M tot M (< r ) M(<r)/M tot (< 0.1 Figure 1: Statistical analysis of mass particle size distribution. In order to show an example of fragment fractal distribution, Figure 1 illustrates the mass distribution of fragments (analyzed by employing instruments which exploited diffraction) following an artificial crushing of heterogeneous material (concrete)22 . The fractal hypothesis provides, by means of a simple integration originating from the distribution function p (r ) , a prediction about the total fragment mass with a typical radius minor of a certain value r, such as: log M (< r ) r ≅ (3 − D )log , namely a linear pattern in a bi- logarithmic plane with a slope linked M tot rmax VI to a fractal exponent which is expected to range between the aforesaid values 2 to 3 in such an instance of three-dimensional crushing. The statistical analysis shown in Figure 1 fit in with the fractal hypothesis (alignment on a straight line with D=2.48). Fragments are reported in Fig. 2. Figure 2: Experimental mass particle size distribution. Resuming the main issue concerning the process energetics, it is surprising to see that the main dissipations involved in fragmentation are, all the same, proportional to the free surface of the fragments produced. In addition to the energy dissipated during the breaking off of the chemical bonds, which − according to Griffith23 − is proportional to the fragment surface, and actually far inferior to the dissipation causes which will be mentioned below in the following paragraph, it is possible to detect, in fragmentation under compression (impacts), a high heat production due to friction among particles: such friction may be assumed to be proportional to their free surface24 . In fragmentation under traction (explosions), energy is substantially dissipated via the fragments' kinetic energy. Such dissipation appears to be proportional to the fragments' surface only in the specific instance when the ejection velocity of such ballistic projectiles is proportional to the reciprocal of the square root of their typical linear dimension. Surprisingly enough, this is the case25 . This involves a consequence of paramount importance, VII namely that energy dissipation in matter crushing due to impacts and explosions may be unified and considered proportional to the total free surface created. Whenever a three-dimensional case is analyzed, such a surface has obviously a fractal nature, thanks to the dimensional self-similar nature of the particles, and is always comprised within an Euclidean surface and volume. The theoretical result of this work aims at demonstrating and unifying - simply but rigorously - the three fundamental laws regarding comminution by showing their validity also as far as explosive phenomena are concerned and extending their import to similar events occurring in one and two-dimensional objects. As a conclusion, the result of the research can be simply summarized as follows for the threedimensional case: W ∝ V D / 3 , being W the energy dissipated, V the fragmented volume and D the fractal exponent of the particle D = 2 for D < 2 , D ≡ D for 2 ≤ D ≤ 3 and size dis tribution set at values 2-3. i.e. D = 3 for D > 3 . Similar correspondences can be obtained if two-dimensional objects with A surface and one-dimensional objects with L length are crushed. The three Scaling Laws for energy dissipation during fragmentation under impacts or explosions are the following12 : W ∝ LD W∝A D/2 W ∝V D/3 (0 ≤ D ≤ 1) (1 ≤ D ≤ 2 ) (2 ≤ D ≤ 3) 1 − dimensiona l 2 − dimensiona l 3 − dimensiona l. Applications. As a first example, we can apply the three-dimensional law to the prediction of the devastated area due to asteroid impacts26,27 , as a function of the energy released in the collision. The comparison with the experimental Steel’s law28 , based on nuclear weapon tests, shows a good correspondence. Assuming that the destroyed zones (or fragmented volumes V) are self- VIII similar at each scale, the area Ω devastated by an impact is proportional to V 2 / 3 and, being W ∝ V D / 3 , the theoretical prediction for the devastated area will be Ω ∝ W 2 / D . Steel28 provided the following formula, based on nuclear weapon tests, for estimating the area of destruction due to asteroid impacts Ω = 400W 0.67 , [Ω ] = [km2 ], [W ] = [Megatons ] . It appears in good agreement with the theoretical prediction and, if we assume D ≈ 3 , they practically coincide. As a second example of application we can considered the size and shape effects on material properties in compression. We can evaluate the dissipated strain energy density Ψ = Ψ l during the compression of a specimen as a function of its characteristic length l: = Ψ0 l 0 W V D −3 where Ψ 0 , l 0 are related to a reference specimen. In addition, if we suppose that the size-effects on the compressive strength σ C l σ can be estimated assuming Ψ ∝ σ C2 , we have: C0 = σC l0 D −3 2 . Size-effects on strain energy density and on material strength, described by straight lines in a bilogarithmic diagram, are experimentally confirmed29 . The fractal exponent, obtained as a best-fit parameter by fitting the experimental data, has been found close to 2. Fractal exponents around two are in fact observed for particle size distribution obtained under uniaxial compression30 . On the other hand − regarding shape effects in compression − considering specimens with constant base area l 2 , the specimen slenderness (height h over base side l) can be obtained as λ= D− 3 D− 3 V l2 h h Ψ σC = 3 = and the shape-effects become =λ 3 , = λ 6 . They predict the Vλ =1 l l Ψλ =1 σ C (λ = 1) shape effects on dissipated energy density and strength for specimens under compression. The fractal exponent, obtained as best-fit parameter29 by fitting the experimental data, has been found again close to 2. IX As third and last examp le of application we can considered the power balance for drilling comminution. Considering a drilling tool and the applied vertical thrust force F (typically supplied by the operator), the torque M t (typically supplied by the engine) and their dual displacements δ and ϕ, the power balance for drilling comminution can be written as Fδ& + M tϕ& = W& + W& f , where W represent the global work dissipated (by fracture and by internal friction) in comminution processes, W f is the heat production by external friction and the dot over the symbols represents time derivation22 . It is important to observe how the internal heat production (substantially by friction) in the comminution process is included in W . Such quantitiy should be proportional to the new produced free surface and absolutely prevailing over the fracture work − only about 3% of the total22 . Evaluating the power W& by the fragmentation law and W& f as dissipated by the external friction forces, the balance can be rewritten as ( Fδ& + M tϕ& = Γ Abit δ& ) D/3 + µFRϕ& , where Γ is the energy dissipated on the fractal free surface of the material (by fracture and internal friction); Abit is the effective area of the tool ring, µ is the friction coefficient between the two materials and R the mean radius of the drilling tool. From experiments on concrete we know that the fractal exponent for drilling detritus is D ≅ 2 and the fractal drilling strength Γ ≅ 15 MN/ (ms1 / 3 ) . So, we can describe the process from a global point of view and predict the drilling velocity22,31 . REFERENCES: 1. Mandelbrot, B. B. The Fractal Geometry of Nature (Freeman, New York, 1982). 2. Feder, J. Fractals (Plenum Publishing Corporation, New York, 1988). 3. Mandelbrot, B. How long is the coast of Britain? Statistical self-similarity and fractional dimension. Science 156, 636-638 (1967). 4. Mandelbrot, B., Passoja, D. E. & Paullay, A. J. Fractal character of fracture surfaces of metals. Nature 308, 721-722 (1984). 5. Allégre, C.J., Le Mouel, J.L. & Provost, A. Scaling rules in rock fracture and possible implications for earthquake prediction. Nature 297, 47-49 (1982). X 6. Steacy, S.J. & Sammis, C.G. An automaton for fractal patterns of fragmentation. Nature 353, 250-252 (1991). 7. Davy, P., Sornette, A. & Sornette, D. Some consequences of a proposed fractal nature of continental faulting. Nature 348, 56-58 (1990). 8. Novozhilov, V. On a necessary and sufficient criterion for brittle strength. Prik. Mat. Mek. 33, 212-222 (1969). 9. Gouldstone, A., Krystyn Van Vliet, J., Suresh, S. Simulation of defect nucleation in a crystal. Nature 411, 656 (2001). 10. Suresh, S. Graded Materials for Resistance to Contact Deformation and Damage. Science 292, 2447-2451 (2001). 11. Kendall, K. The impossibility of comminuting small particles by compression. Nature 272, 711-712 (1978). 12. Carpinteri, A. & Pugno, N. One- two and three-dimensional universal laws for fragmentation due to impact and explosion. J. Appl. Mech. 69, 854-856 (2002). 13. Bouchaud, E., Lapasset, G. & Planes, G. Fractal dimension of fractured surfaces: a universal value? Europhys. Lett. 13, 73-79 (1990). 14. Carpinteri, A. Structural Mechanics - A Unified Approach (E & FN Spon, 1997). 15. von Rittinger, P. R. Lehrbuch der Aufbereitungskunde (Berlin, 1867). 16. Kick, F. Das Gesetz der Proportionalen Widerstände (Leipzig, 1885). 17. Bond, F. C. The third theory of comminution. Mining. Enginee., 4, 484-494 (1952). 18. Béla Beke, D. Principles of Comminution (Publishing House of the Hungarian Academic of Sciences, Budapest, 1964). 19. Turcotte, D. L Fractals and Chaos in Geology and Geophysics (Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1992). 20. Weiss, J. Fracture and fragmentation of ice: a fractal analysis of scale invariance. Enginee. Fract. Mech. 68, 1975-2012 (2001). 21. Engleman, R., Rivier, N. & Jaeger, Z. Size distribution in sudden breakage by the use of entropy maximization. J. Appl. Phys. 63, 4766-4768 (1988). 22. Carpinteri, A. & Pugno, N. A fractal comminution approach to evaluate the drilling energy dissipation. Numerical and Analytical Methods in Geomechanics 26, 499-513 (2002). 23. Griffith, A. A. The phenomeno n of rupture and flow in solids. Philosoph. Trans. of the Royal Society, London, A221, 163-198 (1921). 24. Smekal, A. Physikalisches und technisches Arbeitsgesetz der Zerkleinerung (Zeitschr. VDI, Beiheft Verfahrenstechnik, 1937). 25. Nakamura, A., & Fujiwara, A. Icarus 92, 132- (1991). 26. Asphaug, E., Ostro, J. S., Hudson, R. S., Scheeres, D. J. & Benz, W. Disruption of kilometresized asteroids by energetic collisions. Nature 393, 437-440 (1998). 27. Ryder, G. Glass beads tell a tale of Lunar bombardment. Science 287, 1768-1769 (2000). 28. Steel, D. Rogue Asteroids and Doomsday Comets (John Wiley & Sons Inc., New York, 1995). 29. Carpinteri, A. & Pugno, N. Fractal fragmentation theory for shape effects of quasi-brittle materials in compression. Mag. of Concrete Research 54(6), 473-480 (2002). 30. Momber, A.W. The fragmentation of standard concrete cylinders under compression: the role of the secondary fracture debris. Eng. Fract. Mech. 67, 445-459 (2000). 31. Carpinteri, A. & Pugno, N. A multifractal comminution approach for drilling scaling laws. Powder Technology 131(1) 93-98 (2003). XI JOB POSITIONS FACULTY POSITIONS (Tenure-Track) MECHANICAL AND MATERIALS ENGINEERING The Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering (MME) at Florida International University (FIU) is seeking applications for two tenure track positions (open rank) in broad areas of mechanical engineering with expertise in computational science and engineering. Candidates must have strong background in thermo-fluid sciences, micro-mechanics or material sciences with research emphasis on multi-disciplinary mathematical modeling, numerical simulation, design methodologies, evolutionary optimization, robust control, and visualization of engineering systems. Desirable experience includes, but is not limited to, numerical methods for continuum models and/or ab initio molecular dynamics and massively parallel processing with applications to contemporary and emerging areas such as nanotechnology, MEMS/NEMS, micro-machines, and systems with multi-scale features. Applicants should have a doctoral degree in mechanical engineering or a related discipline and should be able to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in mechanical or materials engineering. Postdoctoral research and/or teaching experience are highly desirable. The positions are available starting Fall 2004. FIU is the state university in Miami, Florida, with more than 34,000 students. The university has achieved Carnegie Doctoral/Research Universities-Extensive status and was ranked in the top 100 of the country’s public national universities. Information on the Department can be found on the Internet at http://www.eng.fiu.edu/me/. MME is one of the six departments of the College of Engineering at FIU. The College is undergoing major expansion involving several new academic and research programs. The most recent initiatives are in biomedical engineering and nanotechnology, nano-electronics and entrepreneurship. Nominations or applications should be sent by regular mail or e-mail to: Professor Kinzy Jones, Chair, Search and Screen Committee Department of Mechanical and Materials Engineering Florida International University 10555 W. Flagler Street EC 3442 Miami, FL 33174 [email protected] A review of applications will begin on January 15, 2004, and will continue until the position is filled. The application materials should include curriculum vitae, teaching and research experience, a vision statement, and a list of at least five references. Additional information may be obtained via e-mail: [email protected] and by visiting the FIU home page: http://www.fiu.edu. FIU is an equal access/equal opportunity employer and institution. XII ANNOUNCMENTS Minutes of the 66th Meeting of the Board of Directors, Meeting of the Fellows, and Open Meeting of the Members The 66th Meeting of the Board of Directors, Meeting of the Fellows, and Open Meeting of the Members was held in Washington, DC on November 18, 2003 from 3 to 6 PM, in conjunction with the 2003 ASME International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition. Present: T. Belytshcko, H. Espinosa, S. Datta, L. Wheeler (Chair), A. Leissa, C. W. Smith, R. Abeyartne, R. Batra, D. Mook, S. Crandall, C. Taylor, K. Chong, J. Achenbach., M. Ostoja-Starzewski The chair called the meeting to order at 3:00PM. In view of the large number of Fellows present, the chair ruled that the business of Fellows be conducted first. The chair appointed S. Datta, C. W. Smith and R. C. Batra to count the ballots for the Fellow’s election. By a unanimous vote of those present, the following three persons were declared elected to the Fellows grade: M. W. Hyer, V. Kinra, and K. Liechti. Certificates will be mailed to them in the near future. It was decided that two fellows will be elected in 2004. During the meeting of the Board of Directors, Crandall moved that the administrative assistant, Sally Shrader, be given a 10% raise effective January 1, 2004. Batra seconded the motion. It passed unanimously. After a lengthy discussion of the financial condition of the Academy, it was decided that for the calendar year 2004, the print version of the Mechanics journal will only have review articles, open position announcements, and call for papers. Professor Espinosa, the Editor of Mechanics, made a motion that the journal contents be put on the AAM website and no longer printed. The motion was seconded and unanimously approved by the Board. Professor Espinosa will keep track of the number of hits to the Academy’s webpage and also to the journal contents. He will report to the Board at its next meeting at which time it will be decided whether or not to continue compiling journal contents. M. Ostoja-Starzewski briefed every one present on the PACAM meeting to be held in Havana in January 2004. J. Achenbach quoted the notice on the Treasury Dept.’s webpage on obtaining a Visa to Cuba. A possibility is to fly to Cancun, Mexico and then to Havana and not spend any money in Havana. The other possibility is for the AAM to be headquartered outside the USA. Steve Crandall, chairman of the AAM Awards Committee, announced the following awards: Distinguished Service Award: John Dundurs; Junior Achievement Award: Tarek I. Zohdi The chair thanked Steve Crandall for having served so admirably as the chair of the Academy’s Award Committee. XIII Action Items: Ø A committee comprised of Charlie Bert (Chair) , Frank Moon and Millard Beatty should nominate a candidate for the President of the Academy in 2005. The nomination should be sent to the Secretary by 1 January. Ø Lewis Wheeler will nominate one person to replace S. Crandall on the Academy’s Award Committee. Professor J. Tins ley Oden will chair the committee in 2004. Ø Lewis Wheeler will discuss with Charles Steele the procedure to be followed to obtain a Visa to Cuba. Ø Lewis Wheeler will discuss with Charles Steele the bid from Brazil to host PACAM in 2006. Next Meeting: It was decided that the next meeting of the Board of Directors will be held in Warsaw, Poland in conjunction with the ICTAM meeting. All present voted to adjourn the meeting at 5:30PM. ASCE Theodore von Karman Medal Pol D. Spanos, an AAM Fellow (1995), is the recipient of the Theodore von Karman Medal from ASCE for his significant contributions to innovative analytical and numerical tools for studying a wide spectrum of engineering systems subject to arandom fields and exhibiting non-linear behavior. The Theodore von Karman Medal is presented to an individual, irrespective of particular societal affiliation, for distinguished achievement in Engineering Mechanics that is applicable to any branch of civil engineering. Spanos is a Professor of Civil and Mechanical Engineering and has held the L.B. Ryon Endowed Chair in Engineering at Rice University since 1988. He has written more than 250 archival journal and conference papers, and has authored/edited 18 volumes on dynamics and vibrations of structural and mechanical systems; he has served as committee chair for more than 36 M.S. and 28 Ph.D. students. He is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics and the Co-Editor or the International Journal of Probabilistic Engineering Mechanics. His honors include Fellow of ASCE and of ASME, Chair of the ASCE - EMD and of the ASME- AMD divisions, NSF’s Presidential Young Investigator Award (1984), Alexander von Humboldt Senior Research Prize (1995), International Association for Structural Safety and Reliability Research Prize (1997), ASCE’s Alfred M. Freudenthal Medal (1992) and Nathan M. Newmark Medal (1999)., and ASME’s Pi Tau Sigma (1982) and Larson Memorial (1991) achievements awards. XIV BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF MECHANICS FELLOWS ELECTED IN NOVEMBER 2003 Professor Michael W. Hyer is a Professor in the Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, where he has been on the faculty since 1978. Previously, he was at the Boeing Company as a Lead Engineer (1966-70), on the faculty in the Mechanical Engineering and mechanics department, Old Dominion University (1975-78), and in the Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Maryland (1985-87). Currently, he is the Interim Co-Director, Center for Composite Materials and Structures, VPI and State University. He received a B.S. cum laude in Aerospace Engineering from the State University of New York, Buffalo, an M.S. in Engineering Science from Purdue University, and a Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Michigan. His primary research interests are in the area of the mechanics of composite materials and structures and the current research interests include geometrically nonlinear effects in composite structures, with emphasis on the interaction of thermal and mechanical effects, particularly the elastic couplings unique to composite materials. He is author of the McGraw-Hill text entitled Stress Analysis of Fiber-Reinforced Composite Materials. He is the past President and a Fellow of the American Society for Composites, a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, and an Associate Fellow of the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics. Professor Hyer has been active in many technical society committees and serves on the editorial boards of several technical journals. The citation for the American Academy of Mechanics Fellow Award is “for contributions to research and education in the field of composite materials and structures.” Professor Vikram K. Kinra is the General Dynamics Professor, Department of Aerospace engineering, Texas A&M University, where he has been on the faculty since 1982. Previously, he was on the faculty in the Mechanical Engineering Department, University of Colorado, Boulder (1975-82), and was a Visiting Scientist at the Wright Patterson Air Force Base (1997-98). He served as the Associate Director (1990-95) and Director (1995-98), TEES Center for Mechanics of Composites. He received a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India, an M.S. from Utah State University, and a Ph.D. in Engineering Mechanics from Brown University. His primary research interests are in the field of solid mecha nics in general and in mechanics of composite materials in particular. He has made significant research contributions in mechanics and mechanisms of material damping, ultrasonic nondestructive evaluation, and fracture mechanics. He is an Associate Fellow o f the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics and a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. Professor Kinra has been active in many technical society committees and serves as an Associate Technical Editor of Journal of Applied Mechanics and Experimental Mechanics. He is the recipient of two national awards for XV excellence in teaching: the Dow Outstanding Young Faculty Award and the Ralph R. Teetor Educational Award. The citation for his American Academy of Mechanics Fellow Award is “for his pioneering research contributions in ultrasonic nondestructive evaluation and wave propagation.” Professor Kenneth M. Liechti is a Professor in the Aerospace Engineering and Mechanics Department, University of Texas at Austin, where he has been on the faculty since 1982. Previously, he was a Research Scientist at the General Dynamics Fort Worth Division. He received his B. Sc. degree (First Class Honors) in Aeronautical Engineering from the University of Glasgow, Scotland, and M. S. in Aeronautics and Ph. D. in Aeronautics from the California Institute of Technology. His primary research interests have been in the mechanics of adhesion and failure of bimaterial interfaces and bonding, and nonlinear mechanics of viscoelastic materials. He has co-authored (with A.M. Bedford) a textbook, Mechanics Of Materials. He is a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the Society of Experimental Mechanics and the Adhesion Society. Professor Liechti has been active in the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and the Society of Experimental Mechanics, serving as an Associate Editor of the Journal of Applied Mechanics and Experimental Mechanics. The citation for the American Academy of Mechanics Fellow Award is “for fundamental contribution to the mechanics and physics of decohesion of interfaces and bond joints.” XVI American Academy of Mechanics Founders Prize and Grant Up to $10,000 For the Academic Year 2004-2005 (Deadline: July 1, 2004) The American Academy of Mechanics is pleased to announce the availability of a Founder’s Prize and Grant to be awarded in September 2004 to a doctoral candidate in the field of Mechanics. Funding has been arranged by the Robert M. and Mary Haythornthwaite Foundation through the good offices of Professor Haythornthwaite, founder and first President of the Academy. The award will be made on the recommendation of an AAM committee. The prize consists of a Certificate and $1,000 that will be presented at the annual meeting of the Academy, usually held in November. The Grant will be made to that same person in two installments, $6,000 in September 2004 and up to $3,000 in January 2005, the latter dependent on the size of the approved budget and receipt by the AAM committee of an acceptable progress report. In order to encourage contestants to think constructively about the impact of new and pending developments, they will be asked to compose an original essay of no more than a thousand words under the title “Progress through Mechanics”. The winning essay will be published in mechanics. The award is open to those who, as of July 1, 2004, are registered as graduate students at a degree granting institution within the Americas, have completed at least one year of full-time graduate study at that institution, have been assigned a thesis advisor at the institution and have had a doctoral thesis topic emphasizing mechanics approved by the institution following candidacy or equivalent procedures. There are no restrictions with regard to citizens hip, residency, race, religion, or sex. Letters of support will be required of the thesis advisor and in addition one from either a Member or a Fellow of AAM. Contestants will be judged on the basis of the essay, plans, references and academic history. The intent of the Grant is to support the research of the student through an approved combination of equipment purchases, information access, travel, etc., but not routine living expenses or fees. Detailed rules for the competition will be issued soon: to receive them, express your interest to the committee by FAX to (215) 204-6936, or by writing to: AAM Founders Prize and Grant Committee c/o Civil and Environmental Engineering Department Temple University (084-53) Philadelphia, PA 19122 XVII Tenth Conference on NONLINEAR VIBRATIONS, STABILITY, AND DYNAMICS OF STRUCTURES July 25-29, 2004 Donaldson Brown Hotel & Conference Center Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Blacksburg, VA 24061 GENERAL INFORMATION: The tenth conference in this series will be held at the Donaldson Brown Continuing Education Center at VPI&SU on July 25-29, 2004. The scope of the conference includes: • • • • • • • • • • Multibody dynamics, MEMS, Dynamics of composite structures, Adaptive structures, Fluid/structure interactions, Parametric vibrations: single- and multi-frequency excitations of single- and multi-degree-of-freedom systems, Computational techniques: efficient algorithms, use of symbolic manipulators, integration of symbolic manipulation and numerical methods, and use of parallel processors, Experimental methods: benchmark experiments, measurements in hostile environments, and instrumentation techniques, Influence of nonlinearities on control systems, and Identification of nonlinear systems. Authors will have the option of having their full-length papers considered for publication in NONLINEAR DYNAMICS or THE JOURNAL OF VIBRATION AND CONTROL. To accelerate the reviewing process, we will select referees from those who will attend the conference and mail the manuscripts to them before the meeting. DEADLINES: The deadline for two-page abstracts is February 15, 2004. The deadline for full-length papers is May 1, 2004. The deadline for conference registration is June 14, 2004. The deadline for cancellations is 5PM June 14, 2004. For updates and more information on Early Confirmation, Registration, and Lodging, please refer to our website at: http://www.esm.vt.edu/~anayfeh/ A block of lodging rooms is being held at the Donaldson Brown Hotel & Conference Center. The lodging rate for this conference is US$76.00 plus applicable taxes. Participants are responsible for making their own lodging arrangements. Lodging reservations should be made by June 27, 2004. Lodging: http://www.dbhcc.vt.edu/ Professor Ali H. Nayfeh Department of Engineering Science and Mechanics, MC 0219 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University Blacksburg, VA 24061 - USA Telephone: (540)231-6871 | FAX: (540)231-2290 | EMAIL: [email protected] XVIII IU International Congress AM of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics August 15 - 21, 2004 ♦ Warsaw, Poland President: Witold Gutkowski PAN, Warszawa Co-Chairman: Michal Kleiber IPPT PAN, Warszawa Co-Chairman: Wlodzimierz Kurnik Politechnika Warszawska Secretary-General: Tomasz Kowalewski IPPT PAN, Warszawa First Announcement and Call For Papers http://ictam04.ippt.gov.pl SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM Congress participants are encouraged to submit a paper. Papers are sought for all topics corresponding to PreNominated Session or Mini-Symposium subject matters. The paper must be in English and should present material that is novel and preferably unpublished at the time of the Congress. All papers presented at the Congress are by invitation based on the recommendation of the International Papers Committee. No author will be invited to present more than one paper. Prospective authors are asked to submit only one paper for consideration. MINI-SYMPOSIA Smart materials and structures ? Tissue, cellular and molecular biomechanics ? Mechanics of thin films and nanostructures ? Microfluidics ? Microgravity flow phenomena ? Atmosphere and ocean dynamics Pre-Nominated Sessions: IN FLUID MECHANICS Biological fluid dynamics ? Boundary layers ? Combustion and flames ? Complex and smart fluids ? Compressible flow ? Computational fluid dynamics (jointly with IACM) ? Convective phenomena ? Drops and bubbles ? Environmental fluid mechanics ? Experimental methods in fluid mechanics ? Flow control ? Flow in porous media ? Flow instability and transition ? Flow in thin films ? Fluid mechanics of materials processing ? Granular flows ? Low-Reynolds-number flow ? Magnetohydrodynamics ? Multiphase flows ? Solidification and crystal growth ? Stirring and mixing ? Fluid mechanics of suspensions ? Topological fluid mechanics ? Turbulence ? Vortex dynamics ? Waves IN SOLID MECHANICS Computational solid mechanics (jointly with IACM) ? Contact and friction problems (jointly with IAVSD)?? Control of multibody systems ? Control of structures ? Damage mechanics ? Dynamic plasticity of structures ? Elasticity ? Experimental methods in solid mechanics ? Fatigue ? Fracture and crack mechanics (jointly with ICF) ? Functionally graded materials ? Impact and wave propagation ? Material instabilities ? Mechanics of composites ? Mechanics of phase transformations (jointly with IACM) ? Mechanics of porous materials ? Multibody dynamics ? Plasticity and viscoplasticity ? Plates and shells (jointly with IACM) ? Rock mechanics and geomechanics ? Solid mechanics in manufacturing ? Stability of structures ? Stochastic micromechanics ? Structural optimization (jointly with ISSMO) ? Structural vibrations ? Viscoelasticity and creep TOPICS INVOLVING BOTH FLUID MECHANICS AND SOLID MECHANICS Acoustics ? Chaos in fluid and solid mechanics ? Continuum mechanics ? Fluid-structure interaction ? Mechanics of foams and cellular materials ? Multiscale phenomena in mechanics Correspondence related to the Congress should be sent to: Prof. Tomasz Kowalewski, ICTAM04 Secretary-General Institute of Fundamental Technological Research Swietokrzyska 21, 00-049 Warszawa, Poland e-mail: [email protected] XIX CALL FOR PROPOSALS TO HOST AN IUTAM SYMPOSIUM or INSTRUCTIONAL SUMMER SCHOOL in 2006 or 2007 The United States National Committee on Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (USNC/TAM) seeks proposals from U. S. authors and institutions to host IUTAM Symposia or Instructional Summer Schools in 2006 or 2007. Information for proposals from the United States can be found on the USNC/TAM website at: http://www7.nationalacademies.org/usnctam. IUTAM provides a small amount of financial support for symposia and summer schools. US organizers are strongly encouraged to seek additional financial support from other sources. The primary use of financial support is to help with travel expenses for younger scientists and for scientists from developing countries. IUTAM Symposia The goal of an IUTAM Symposium is to assemble a group of active scientists, within a well-defined field, for the development of science in that field. Participation is by invitation only. In order to achieve effective communication within the group it should, typically, be limited to 60-80 scientists with expertise in the subject area of the symposium. Symposia typically consist of a few invited lectures, and a larger number of contributed papers, presented as lectures and/or posters, all pre-screened by the Symposium Scientific Committee. IUTAM Instructional Summer Schools The purpose of an IUTAM Instructional Summer School is to provide lectures by leading experts in a new or emerging field of science and engineering in order to foster developments in that field. Schools are typically 3–5 days in length and intended primarily for younger scientists and those with only limited knowledge in the specific field of the school. Participation of is by invitation only. Proposal Submission Proposals from the United States to host a symposium or summer school should be submitted on the appropriate two-page Proposal Submission Form available on the USNC/TAM website. The completed proposal should be sent electronically to the USNC/TAM Secretary ([email protected]) no later than January 15, 2004. Proposers may submit their proposals directly to IUTAM. 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If you did not receive the username and password, please send an e -mail to: [email protected] 1 Acta Materialia 4669 4679 4693 4707 4719 4737 4751 4761 4773 4783 4791 4803 4815 4823 4837 4847 4863 4871 4881 4897 4907 4919 4929 4939 Dislocation induced line-broadening in cold-worked pb-bi binary alloy system in the alpha-phase using x-ray powder prole analysis The role of crystallographic and geometrical relationships between alpha and beta phases in an alpha/beta titanium alloy The eect of texture on ridging of ferritic stainless steel Deformation and fracture of cu-sio2 bicrystals with (011) twist boundaries On the inuence of the grain boundary misorientation on the plastic deformation of aluminum bicrystals An objective study of substructural boundary alignment in aluminium Eect of mg addition on the creep and yield behavior of an al-sc alloy Phase eld study of grain boundary eects on spinodal decomposition Electric fracture and polarization switching properties of piezoelectric ceramic pzt studied by the modied small punch test Elasticity-based model of the variant selection observed in the beta to alpha phase transformation of a zircalloy-4 sample Microstructure, mechanical properties and residual stresses as a function of welding speed in aluminium aa5083 friction stir welds Mechanical properties of al(sc,zr) alloys at ambient and elevated temperatures Sintering of fe2nio4 with an internal binder: a way to obtain a very dense material Application of mean-eld approximation to elastic-plastic behavior for closed-cell metal foams Reactive growth of niobium silicides in bulk diusion couples The evolution of dislocation density during heat treatment and creep of tempered martensite ferritic steels Elastic anisotropy of rafted ni-base superalloy at high temperatures Metal substrate eects on the thermochemistry of active brazing interfaces Failure behavior and failure criterion of conductive cracks (deep notches) in thermally depoled pzt-4 ceramics The inuence of surface structure on wetting of alpha-al2o3 by aluminum in a reduced atmosphere A model for transformation plasticity during bainite transformation of steel under external stress Development of high strength and strongly cube textured ni-4.5 percent w/ni-15 percent cr composite substrate for coated conductor application On tearing of ductile polymer lms using the essential work of fracture (ewf) method Acicular alpha(2) precipitation induced by capillarity at alpha/beta phase boundaries in ti-14al-2zr-3sn-3mo-0.5si titanium alloy 51(16) 2003 Dey SN. Chatterjee P. Sen Gupta SP. Bhattacharyya D. Viswanathan GB. Denkenberger R. Furrer D. Fraser HL. Shin HJ. An JK. Park SH. Lee DN. Miura H. Sakai T. Toda H. Zaeerer S. Kuo JC. Zhao Z. Winning M. Raabe D. Hurley PJ. Bate PS. Humphreys FJ. Marquis EA. Seidman DN. Dunand DC. Ramanarayan H. Abinandanan TA. Shindo Y. Narita F. Horiguchi K. Magara Y. Yoshida M. Humbert M. Gey N. Peel M. Steuwer A. Preuss M. Withers PJ. Fuller CB. Seidman DN. Dunand DC. Domenichini B. Caillot T. Kitazono K. Sato E. Kuribayashi K. Milanese C. Buscaglia V. Maglia F. AnselmiTamburini U. Pesicka J. Kuzel R. Dronhofer A. Eggeler G. Ichitsubo T. Koumoto D. Hirao M. Tanaka K. Osawa M. Yokokawa T. Harada H. Arroyave R. Eagar TW. Zhang TY. Wang TH. Zhao MH. Shen P. Fujii H. Matsumoto T. Nogi K. Han HN. Suh DW. Sarma VS. Eickemeyer J. Singh A. Schultz L. Holzapfel B. Wong JSS. Ferrer-Balas D. Li RKY. Mai YW. Maspoch ML. Sue HJ. Huang AJ. Li GP. Hao YL. Yang R. Acta Materialia 4953 4965 4977 4991 5001 5013 5021 5037 5051 5063 5073 5083 Interfacial segregation, nucleation and texture development in 3 percent silicon steel Piezoelectric sensitivity of pbtio3-based ceramic/polymer composites with 0-3 and 3-3 connectivity Microstructural characterization of in situ tic/al and tic/al-20si-5fe-3cu-1mg composites prepared by spray deposition Diusion induced grain boundary migration in the cu-cd system Coarsening of gamma ' in ni-al alloys aged under uniaxial compression: i. earlystage kinetics Coarsening of gamma ' in ni-al alloys aged under uniaxial compression: ii. diusion under stress and retardation of coarsening kinetics Coarsening of gamma' in ni-al alloys aged under uniaxial compression: iii. characterization of the morphology Precipitation processes in an al-2.5cu-1.5mg (wt. percent) alloy microalloyed with ag and si Hybrid modelling of aluminium-magnesium alloys during thermomechanical processing in terms of physically-based, neuro-fuzzy and nite element models Ferroelasticity in mixed conducting lacoo3 based perovskites: a ferroelastic phase transition Slip geometry of dislocations related to cutting of the gamma ' phase in a new generation single-crystal superalloy Reducing the thermal expansion anisotropy in mo5si3 by nb and v additions: theory and experiment 51(17) 2003 Heo NH. Kim SB. Choi YS. Cho SS. Chai KH. Bowen CR. Topolov VY. Yang B. Wang F. Zhang JS. Gupta BK. Madhuri MK. Gupta SP. Prikhodko SV. Ardell AJ. Ardell AJ. Prikhodko SV. Prikhodko SV. Ardell AJ. Raviprasad K. Hutchinson CR. Sakurai T. Ringer SP. Zhu Q. Abbod MF. Talamantes-Silva J. Sellars CM. Linkens DA. Beynon JH. Orlovskaya N. Browning N. Nicholls A. Zhang JX. Murakumo T. Koizumi Y. Kobayashi T. Harada H. Fu CL. Schneibel JH. 2 5093 5101 5113 Irradiation induced alloying lms in co-mo system during nd formation of amorphous ion beam assisted deposition Eect of ordering process on giant pseudoelasticity in fe3al single crystals 5123 5131 5151 Eect of metal layer thickness on the decohesion of high purity copper-sapphire interfaces Hydrothermal degradation of cubic zirconia A model for the yield strength of overaged al-zn-mg-cu alloys Secondary precipitation in al-zn-mg-(ag) alloys 5159 Some critical experiments on the strain-rate sensitivity of nanocrystalline nickel 5173 Computer simulation of spinodal decomposition in constrained ms 5187 5199 Microstructure and room temperature strength of fe-40al containing nanocrystalline oxide particles Structure-property relationship of a spray formed al-y-ni-co alloy 5211 Stress generation mechanisms in carbon thin lms grown by ion-beam deposition 5223 In situ formed ti-cu-ni-sn-ta nanostructure-dendrite composite with large plasticity Zhao B. Yang GH. Zeng F. Pan F. Yasuda HY. Nakano K. Nakajima T. Ueda M. Umakoshi Y. Hasegawa M. Zhu SJ. Kagawa Y. Evans AG. Guo X. He JQ. Starink MJ. Wang SC. Macchi CE. Somoza A. Dupasquier A. Polmear IJ. Schwaiger R. Moser B. Dao M. Chollacoop N. Suresh S. Seol DJ. Hu SY. Li YL. Shen J. Oh KH. Chen LQ. Munoz-Morris MA. Oca CG. Morris DG. Golumbfskie WJ. Amateau MF. Eden TJ. Wang JG. Liu ZK. Zhang SL. Johnson HT. Wagner GJ. Liu WK. Hsia KJ. He G. Loser W. Eckert J. Acta Materialia 5235 5255 5263 5285 Deformation twinning in monazite (120) and (12(2)over-bar) monazite deformation twins Segregation during solidication with spongy deformation of the mushy zone Phase stability of bcc zr in nb-zr thin lm multilayers 5295 Modelling the thermal oxidation of ternary alloys - compositional changes in the alloy and the development of oxide phases Eect of temperature on the devitrication kinetics of niti lms 5309 5319 5335 5349 5359 5375 5385 5399 5413 5425 5439 5447 5467 5477 5489 5499 5519 5529 5545 5555 5571 Eects of pores and interfaces on eective properties of plasma sprayed zirconia coatings Hardening precipitation in a mg-4y-3re alloy Eect of internal stresses on the fracture toughness of a tial-based alloy with duplex microstructures Direct in situ measurements of bridging stresses in cfccs A study of the surface deformation behaviour at grain boundaries in an ultralow-carbon steel A comparison of the phenomenological theory of martensitic transformations with a model based on interfacial defects Yield surface of a simulated metallic glass Xps study of the surface chemistry of conventional hot-dip galvanised pure zn, galvanneal and zn-al alloy coatings on steel Variational self-consistent estimates for texture evolution in viscoplastic polycrystals Models of melting and liquid structure based on rotationally free atomic clusters Simulation of the three-dimensional morphology of solidication porosity in an aluminium-silicon alloy Constrained thermoelastic martensitic transformation studied by modulated dsc A procedure for identifying the plastic behavior of single crystals from the local response of polycrystals Sensitivity of transfer functions of transport of hydrogen in elastic metals to the uncertainty of their parameters A level set method for dislocation dynamics A cellular automaton investigation of the transformation from austenite to ferrite during continuous cooling Twinning and detwinning of ( 0 1 1 ) type ii twin in shape memory alloy Bonding characteristics of micro-alloyed b2nial in relation to site occupancies and phase stability The mechanism of formation of nanostructure and dissolution of cementite in a pearlitic steel during high pressure torsion Thickness eect on shape memory behavior of ti-50.0at.percent ni thin lm 51(18) 2003 Hay RS. Marshall DB. Hay RS. Lesoult G. Gangin CA. Niane NT. Thompson GB. Banerjee R. Dregia SA. Fraser HL. Nijdam TJ. Jeurgens LPH. Sloof WG. Vestel MJ. Grummon DS. Gronsky R. Pisano AP. Wang Z. Kulkarni A. Deshpande S. Nakamura T. Herman H. Antion C. Donnadieu P. Perrard F. Deschamps A. Tassin C. Pisch A. Guo FA. Ji V. Francois M. Zhang YG. Dassios KG. Galiotis C. Kostopoujos V. Steen M. Chandrasekaran D. Nygards M. Pond RC. Celotto S. Hirth JP. Lund AC. Schuh CA. Feliu S. Barranco V. Liu P. Gilormini P. Castaneda PP. Han JH. Kim DY. Atwood RC. Lee PD. Zheng YJ. Schrooten J. Cui LS. Van Humbeeck J. Hoc T. Crepin J. Gelebart L. Zaoui A. Zoltowski P. Xiang Y. Cheng LT. Srolovitz DJ. E WN. Zhang L. Zhang CB. Wang YM. Wang SQ. Ye HQ. Liu Y. Xie ZL. Hao YL. Yang R. Hu QM. Li D. Song Y. Niinomi M. Ivanisenko Y. Lojkowski W. Valiev RZ. Fecht HJ. Ishida A. Sato M. 5579 5587 5593 5601 5613 5627 Thermal strain in mg composites Solute drag in ternary solid solutions Synthesis and characterization of nanoparticles of alnico alloys The onset and blocking of < 0 1 1 > slip in nial Constitutive analysis of the high-temperature deformation of ti-6al-4v with a transformed microstructure A proper orthogonal decomposition approach to microstructure model reduction in rodrigues space with applications to optimal control of micro structure-sensitive properties Rudajevova A. Lukac P. Brechet YJM. Purdy GR. Li XG. Chiba A. Sato M. Takahashi S. Sun YQ. Yang N. Kim JH. Semiatin SL. Lee CS. Acharjee S. Zabaras N. Acta Materialia 5647 5649 5675 5711 5743 5775 5801 5823 5837 5867 5881 5907 5941 5961 5981 6001 6007 The golden jubilee issue - selected topics in materials science and engineering past, present and future - preface Electron theory in materials modeling [review] Modelling the evolution of phase boundaries in solids at the meso- and nano-scales [review] Atomistic modeling of mechanical behavior [review] Mechanical behavior of nanocrystalline metals and alloys [review] Progress in structural materials for aerospace systems Designing hybrid materials Designing synthetic optical media: photonic crystals Materials issues in microelectromechanical devices: science, engineering, manufacturability and reliability Viruses as vehicles for growth, organization and assembly of materials The biomechanics toolbox: experimental approaches for living cells and biomolecules [review] Recent advances and future directions in magnetic materials [review] Ferroelectric perovskites for electromechanical actuation [review] Gallium nitride and related materials: challenges in materials processing Fuel cell materials and components Fifty years of materials research papers through the pages of acta metallurgica/materialia Acta metallurgica, inc./acta materialia, inc. 1953-2002 51(19) 2003 Suresh S. Pettifor DG. Thornton K. Agren J. Voorhees PW. Li J. Ngan AHW. Gumbsch P. Kumar KS. Van Swygenhoven H. Suresh S. Williams JC. Starke EA. Ashby MF. Brechet YJM. Johnson SG. Joannopoulos JD. Romig AD. Dugger MT. McWhorter PJ. Flynn CE. Lee SW. Peelle BR. Belcher AM. Van Vliet KJ. Bao G. Suresh S. Jiles DC. Bhattacharya K. Ravichandran G. Davis RF. Einfeldt S. Preble EA. Roskowski AM. Reitmeier ZJ. Miraglia PQ. Haile SM. Cahn RW. Hibbard WR. Fullman RL. Gschneidner KA. Acta Mechanica 115 139 161 175 189 199 217 Bifurcations of parametric oscillations of beams with three equilibria A constitutive model for the viscoplastic behavior of rubbery polymers at nite strains Application of the dierential transformation method to the solutions of falknerskan wedge ow Numerical and analytical study of rotating ow in an enclosed cylinder under an axial magnetic eld Post-buckling problems for long elastic beams Oscillatory marangoni convection in a conducting uid layer with a deformable free surface in the presence of a vertical magnetic eld A viscoelastic constitutive model with nonlinear evolutionary internal variables Acta Mechanica 1 Flow in the ekman layer on an oscillating porous plate 17 27 Elastostatic analysis of edge cracked orthotropic strips On energetics and conservations for strings in the presence of singular sources of momentum and energy On saturation-strip model of a permeable crack in a piezoelectric ceramic Dynamic eects on cavitation instabilities in solids On stresses conjugate to eulerian strains Thermomechanical postbuckling analysis of functionally graded plates and shallow cylindrical shells 47 73 87 99 3 164(3-4) 2003 Avramov KV. 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Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures 489 491 507 515 523 533 543 551 561 Biaxial/multiaxial fatigue and fracture: selected papers from the sixth international conference Biaxial testing and analysis of bicycle-welded components for the denition of a safety standard Critical plane approach for the assessment of the fatigue behaviour of welded aluminium under multiaxial loading A multiaxial fatigue criterion for random loading Threshold and growth mechanism of fatigue cracks under mode ii and iii loadings A nite element analysis of cracked square plates and bars under antiplane loading Mixed-mode delamination growth of laminar composites by using threedimensional nite element modeling Application of multiaxial fatigue criteria to materials containing defects A unied approach for high and low cycle fatigue based on shakedown concepts Fatigue & Fracture of Engineering Materials & Structures 569 A fatigue damage map for 2024-t3 aluminium alloy 577 589 603 615 627 The eect of plasticity on incipient mixed-mode fatigue crack growth Inclined standing contact fatigue A threshold fatigue crack closure model: part i - model development A threshold fatigue crack closure model: part ii - experimental verication Finite element simulation of the mechanics of at contact pad fretting fatigue tests 10(10)-cycle fatigue properties of 1800 mpa-class jis-sup7 spring steel The eect of t-stress on plane strain dynamic crack growth in elastic-plastic materials 641 647 26(6) 2003 Pook LP. 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Flow, Turbulence & Combustion 205 207 229 249 271 295 331 Special issue: unsteady ow in turbomachinery - preface Characteristic regimes of transitional separation bubbles in unsteady ow Experimental investigation of turbulence inuence of wake passing on the boundary layer development of highly loaded turbine cascade blades Development and application of a novel technique for direct heat ux measurements in turbomachinery ows Wake-induced boundary layer transition in a low-speed axial compressor Analysis of dns and les of ow in a low pressure turbine cascade with incoming wakes and comparison with experiments Numerical investigation of unsteady transitional ows in turbomachinery components based on a rans approach 69(3-4) 2002 Rodi W. Talan M. Hourmouziadis J. Hilgenfeld L. Stadtmuller P. Fottner L. Suslov D. Dullenkopf K. Schulz A. Wittig S. Mailach R. Vogeler K. Michelassi V. Wissink J. Rodi W. Nurnberger D. 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Armeld SW. Masri AR. Ibrahim SS. Kodal A. Watson KA. Roberts WL. Lyons KM. Rocklage-Marliani G. Schmidts M. Ram VIV. Velasco D. Bateman A. Redondo JM. Demedina V. Wan Q. Kuznetsov AV. Heinz S. Heinz S. Levin O. Henningson DS. Li GX. Naud B. Roekaerts D. Lee GH. Baek JH. Myung HJ. Constantinescu GS. Squires KD. Pecnik R. Sanz W. Gehrer A. Woisetschlager J. Birouk M. Sarh B. Gokalp I. IMA Journal of Applied Mathematics 441 471 491 507 523 537 A theoretical analysis of formation ight as a nonlinear self-organizing phenomenon Regular approximation of singular self-adjoint dierential operators On existence and stability in the theory of swelling porous elastic soils Time-dependent boundary integral equations for multiply connected plates Truncated painleve expansion and reduction of sine-poisson equation to a quadrature in collisionless cold plasma Inhibition of ame propagation by an endothermic reaction 68(5) 2003 Sugimoto T. El-Gebeily MA. Quintanilla R. Chudinovich I. Constanda C. Ibrahim RS. Simon PL. Kalliadasis S. Merkin JH. Scott SK. IMA Journal of Applied Mathematics 563 587 595 621 637 665 On a class of functional equations of the wiener-hopf type and their applications in n-part scattering problems A parseval-type theorem applied to certain integral transforms on generalized functions Well-posedness of incompressible models of two- and three-phase ow On the domain derivative for scattering by impenetrable obstacles in chiral media Mathematical modelling of the oxidation of nickel titanium alloys Dynamics of a two-layer uid sloshing problem 68(6) 2003 Idemen M. Alkumru A. Adawi A. Alawneh A. Louaked M. Hanich L. Thompson CP. Potthast R. Stratis IG. Chen CY. Byrne HM. King JR. Mackey D. Cox EA. International Journal for Numerical & Analytical Methods in Geomechanics 989 1005 1027 1043 1057 1079 An integral equation solution for three-dimensional heat extraction from planar fracture in hot dry rock Finite element modelling of frictional instability between deformable rocks Elastic half-space under an oblique line impulse Scaling improves stability of preconditioned cg-like solvers for fe consolidation equations Spatial distribution of safety factors: cohesive vertical cut Three-dimensional elasto-plastic model for unsaturated compacted soils with different initial densities 27(12) 2003 Ghassemi A. Tarasovs S. Cheng AHD. Xing HL. Makinouchi A. Ziv M. Gambolati G. Pini G. Ferronato M. Baker R. Leshchinsky D. Sun DA. Matsuoka H. Cui HB. Xu YF. 20 International Journal for Numerical & Analytical Methods in Geomechanics 1099 1123 1153 Fabric evolution of granular assembly under k-0 loading/unloading Experience in calibrating the double-hardening constitutive model monot Ground response curves for rock masses exhibiting strain-softening behaviour 1187 Modelling crack propagation in concrete structures with a two scale approach Liou JC. Pan YW. Hicks MA. Alonso E. Alejano LR. Varas F. Fdez-Manin G. Carranza-Torres C. Haidar K. Dube JF. Pijaudier-Cabot G. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 679 703 723 749 771 793 Time continuity in cohesive nite element modeling A novel approach to the analysis of distributed shear banding in polymer blends 3d computer simulation of melt ow and heat transfer in the lost foam casting process Eective volume-fraction optimization for thermal stress reduction in fgms using irregular h-renement Topology optimization of trusses using genetic algorithm, force method and graph theory Shape optimization of bonded patch to cylindrical shell structures 839 869 893 913 933 955 Multiple fully stressed designs of steel frame structures with semi-rigid connections A numerical model for induction heating processes coupling electromagnetism and thermomechanics A gaussian sinc-collocation approach for a whipping cantilever with a follower shear force at its tip The meshless nite element method Identication of coating defects in cathodically protected underground pipelines Improved conditioning of innite elements for exterior acoustics On the pareto optimum sensitivity analysis in multicriteria optimization Cho JR. Park HJ. Kaveh A. Kalatjari V. Tong LY. Sun XN. 1049 1061 1091 Three-dimensional bem for scattering of elastic waves. in general anisotropic Solution strategies for the delamination analysis based on a combination of localcontrol arc-length and line searches Numerical implementation of the symmetric galerkin boundary element method in 2d elastodynamics 'ultimate' robustness in meshing an arbitrary polyhedron Elastodynamic guided wave scattering in innite plates Bay F. Labbe V. Favennec Y. Chenot JL. Reid SR. Roy D. Idelsohn SR. Onate E. Calvo N. Del Pin F. Miltiadou P. Wrobel LC. Dreyer D. von Estor O. Zhang WH. On discontinuous galerkin methods 1149 Singularity extraction technique for integral equation methods with higher order basis functions on plane triangles and tetrahedra Quasi-dual reciprocity boundary-element method for incompressible ow: application to the diusive-advective equation Structural design optimization on thermally induced vibration A posteriori error estimates and an adaptive scheme of least-squares meshfree method Near-crack contour behaviour and extraction of log-singular stress tenns of the self-regular traction boundary integral equation 1167 1187 1213 1251 58(7) 2003 Niu YQ. Dravinski M. Alfano G. Criseld MA. Yuan WF. Zhao ZY. Lie ST. Yu GY. George PL. Borouchaki H. Saltel E. Galan JM. Abascal R. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 1119 58(6) 2003 Liu M. Burns SA. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 979 999 58(5) 2003 Papoulia KD. Sam CH. Vavasis SA. Pijnenburg KGW. Van der Giessen E. Mirbagheri SMH. Varahram N. Davami P. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 821 27(13) 2003 58(8) 2003 Zienkiewicz OC. Taylor RL. Sherwin SJ. Peiro J. Jarvenpaa S. Taskinen M. Yla-Oijala P. Loeer CF. Mansur WJ. Chen BS. Gu YX. Zhang HW. Zhao GZ. Park SH. Kwon KC. Youn SK. Jorge AB. Cruse TA. Fisher TS. 21 International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 1277 1297 1321 1347 1381 1397 Stability and accuracy of the iterative dierential quadrature method C-type method of unied camg and fea. part 1: beam and arch mega-elements 3d linear and 2d non-linear Finite cover method for linear and non-linear analyses of heterogeneous solids Parallel computational strategies for structural optimization Dispersion analysis of a non-conforming nite element method for the helmholtz and elastodynamic equations Time-decomposed parallel time-integrators: theory and feasibility studies for uid, structure, and uid-structure applications Tomasiello S. Ray D. Terada K. Asal M. Yamagishi M. Papadrakakis M. Lagaros ND. Fragakis Y. Zyserman FI. Gauzellino PM. Santos JE. Farhat C. Chandesris M. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 1435 1457 1499 1523 1545 1571 Non-reecting articial boundaries for transient scalar wave propagation in a two-dimensional innite homogeneous layer An accurate scheme for mixed-mode fracture analysis of functionally graded materials using the interaction integral and micromechanics models Hybrid-stabilized solid-shell model of laminated composite piezoelectric structures under non-linear distribution of electric potential through thickness Implicit integration and consistent tangent modulus of a time-dependent nonunied constitutive model Multi-time-step and two-scale domain decomposition method for non-linear structural dynamics Vector level sets for description of propagating cracks in nite elements 1637 1683 1713 Theory and numerics of geometrically non-linear open system mechanics Parallel multipole implementation of the generalized helmholtz decomposition for solving viscous ow problems Analysis of 3d problems using a new enhanced strain hexahedral element Algorithms for automated meshing and unit cell analysis of periodic composites with hierarchical tri-quadratic tetrahedral elements A novel unsymmetric 8-node plane element immune to mesh distortion under a quadratic displacement eld Kim JH. Paulino GH. Yao LQ. Lu L. Kobayashi M. Mukai M. Takahashi H. Ohno N. Kawakami T. Ishikawa T. Gravouil A. Combescure A. Ventura G. Budyn E. Belytschko T. 301 319 Modelling solitons under the hydrostatic and boussinesq approximations An implicit edge-based ale method for the incompressible navier-stokes equations A block-implicit numerical procedure for simulation of buoyant swirling ows in a model furnace 3d free-surface ow computation using a ranse/fourier-kochin coupling Characteristic euler shock-tting formulation for multi-dimensional ows Areias PMA. de Sa JMAC. Antonio CAC. Fernandes AA. Kim HJ. Swan CC. Rajendran S. Liew KM. 43(3) 2003 Daily C. Imberger J. Smith RW. Wright JA. de Lemos MJS. Guillerm PE. Alessandrini B. Basesme EA. Akmandor IS. Ucer AS. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 345 369 407 431 Numerical computation of three-dimensional incompressible navier-stokes equations in primitive variable form by dq method Direct computation of thermodynamic properties of chemically reacting air with consideration to cfd Computation of turbulent free-surface ows around modern ships A deconvolution-based fourth-order nite volume method for incompressible ows on non-uniform grids 58(11) 2003 Kuhl E. Steinmann P. Brown MJ. Mammoli AA. Ingber MS. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 231 253 281 58(10) 2003 Zhao CB. Liu TY. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 1593 1617 58(9) 2003 43(4) 2003 Shu C. Wang L. Chew YT. Iannelli J. Li TQ. Iannelli P. Denaro FM. De Stefano G. 22 International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 463 465 483 507 517 537 555 577 Special issue: eccomas computational uid dynamics conference - part i - introduction Numerical modelling of free-surface ows in ship hydrodynamics Predictability and uncertainty in cfd About theoretical and practical impact of mesh adaptation on approximation of functions and pde solutions A multigrid accelerated time-accurate inviscid compressible uid ow solution algorithm employing mesh movement and local remeshing Fast preconditioned multigrid solution of the euler and navier-stokes equations for steady, compressible ows Computation of moving boundaries and interfaces and stabilization parameters The distinctive cfd challenges of computational rheology 43(5) 2003 Morgan K. Weatherill NP. Bulgarelli UP. Lugni C. Landrini M. Lucor D. Xiu D. Su CH. Karniadakis GE. Dervieux A. Leservoisier D. George PL. Coudiere Y. Sorensen KA. Hassan O. Morgan K. Weatherill NP. Caughey DA. Jameson A. Tezduyar TE. Walters K. Webster MF. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 597 637 Eects of blood models on ows through a stenosis Applications of patient-specic cfd in medicine and life sciences 651 673 Numerical modelling of the pressure wave propagation in the arterial ow Computational modelling of 1d blood ow with variable mechanical properties and its application to the simulation of wave propagation in the human arterial system Auto-regulation and blood ow in the cerebral circulation Unstructured navier-stokes grid generation at comers and ridges Transient xed point-based unstructured mesh adaptation 701 717 729 747 769 785 Mesh deformation and modication for time dependent problems Some challenges of realistic ow simulations by unstructured grid cfd The rapid and robust generation of eÆcient hybrid grids for rans simulations over complete aircraft 43(6-7) 2003 Neofytou P. Drikakis D. Lohner R. Cebral J. Soto O. Yim P. Burgess JE. Pontrelli G. Rossoni E. Sherwin SJ. Formaggia L. Peiro J. Franke V. David T. Brown M. Ferrandez A. Sharov D. Luo H. Baum JD. Lohner R. Alauzet F. George PL. Mohammadi B. Frey P. Borouchaki H. Baker TJ. Nakahashi K. Ito Y. Togashi F. Shaw JA. Stokes S. Lucking MA. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 823 839 865 881 895 903 915 937 953 Computer solutions of maxwell's equations in homogeneous media A parallel implementation of the fast multipole method for maxwell's equations Performance of a parallel implementation of the fmm for electromagnetics applications A reynolds-uniform numerical method for the prandtl solution and its derivatives for stagnation line ow Computing realistic reynolds-uniform error bound's for discrete derivatives of ow velocities in the boundary layer for prandtl's problem A reynolds-uniform numerical method for prandtl's boundary layer problem for ow past a wedge Numerical techniques for ow problems with singularities Parameter-uniform numerical methods for a laminar jet problem Adaptive hp nite element computations of the scattering width output of maxwell's equations 43(8) 2003 Pironneau O. Have P. Sylvand G. Miller JJH. Musgrave AP. Shishkin GI. Farrell PA. Hegarty AF. Miller JJH. O'Riordan E. Shishkin GI. Butler JS. Miller JJH. Shishkin GI. Farrell PA. Hegarty AF. Miller JJH. O'Riordan E. Shishkin GI. Ansari AR. Hegarty AF. Shishkin GI. Ledger PD. Peraire J. Morgan K. Hassan O. Weatherill NP. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids 979 1003 1019 1045 1067 1081 Computation of an unsteady complex geometry ow using novel non-linear turbulence models Hybrid les-rans modelling: a one-equation sgs model combined with a k-omega model for predicting recirculating ows Urans computations for an oscillatory non-isothermal triple-jet using the k-omega and second moment closure turbulence models Eulerian-lagrangian dns/les of particle-turbulence interactions in wall-bounded ows Modelling three-dimensional rotating ows in cylindrical-shaped vessels Implicit kinetic schemes for the euler equations 43(9) 2003 Tucker PG. Liu Y. Chung YMM. Jouvray A. Davidson L. Peng SH. Nishimura A. Kimura N. Portela LA. Oliemans RVA. Sujatha KS. Webster AF. Reksoprodjo HSR. Agarwal RK. 1099 1107 1139 A spatially adaptive linear space-time nite element solution procedure for incompressible ows with moving domains Numerical solutions of incompressible navier-stokes equations using modied bernoulli's law A non-iterative method for boundary-layer equations - part ii: two-dimensional laminar and turbulent ows Shatalov A. Hafez M. Cebeci T. Shao JP. International Journal of Engineering Science 2335 2363 2381 2411 2429 2447 Non-linear viscoelasticity and viscoplasticity of isotactic polypropylene On the uniqueness and continuous data dependence of solutions in the theory of swelling porous thermoelastic soils Modeling thermal fatigue cracking in integrated circuits by level sets and the extended nite element method Transmission of sound waves in a cylindrical duct with an acoustically lined mufer A nitely long circular cylindrical shell of piezoelectric/piezomagnetic composite under pressuring and temperature change On stress analysis for cracks in elastic materials with voids 41(20) 2003 Drozdov AD. Gupta RK. Chirita S. Stolarska M. Chopp DL. Demir A. Buyukaksoy A. Wang X. Zhong Z. Ciarletta M. Iovane G. Sumbatyan MA. International Journal of Engineering Science 1 13 29 43 65 79 A line dislocation interacting with a semi-innite crack in piezoelectric solid Finite element study of mixed convection micropolar ow in a vertical circular pipe with variable surface conditions Hyper-elastic constitutive equations of conjugate stresses and strain tensors for the seth-hill strain measures Internal constraint theories for the thermal expansion of viscous uids Hydromagnetic couette ow of an oldroyd-b uid in a rotating system Asymptotic behaviour of thin interphases within the large deformation case 42(1) 2004 Chen BJ. Xiao ZM. Liew KM. Bhargava R. Agarwal RS. Kumar L. Takhar HS. Farahani K. Bahai H. Bechtel SE. Rooney FJ. Forest MG. Hayat T. Nadeem S. Asghar S. Brillard A. Ganghoer JF. International Journal of Engineering Science 99 123 137 157 187 203 217 Circular crested waves in anisotropic thermoelastic plates bordered with inviscid liquid On the explicit analytic solutions of an oldroyd 6-constant uid Rayleigh-lamb waves in magneto-thermoelastic homogeneous isotropic plate Boundary integral equation formulation for the generalized micro-polar thermoviscoelasticity Dynamic stress intensity factors around two parallel cracks in a functionally graded layer bonded to dissimilar half-planes subjected to anti-plane incident harmonic stress waves The eect of a bump on wave propagation in a uid-lled elastic tube Unsteady mhd convective heat and mass transfer past a semi-innite vertical permeable moving plate with heat absorption International Journal of Fracture 501 517 537 545 Ultra high molecular weight polyethylene deformation and fracture behaviour as a function of high strain rate and triaxial state of stress On the determination of the cohesive zone parameters for the modeling of microductile crack growth in thick specimens On the problems of crack interactions and crack coalescence Simulation of dynamic crack curving and branching under biaxial loading by a time domain boundary integral equation method 23 Feng YT. Peric D. 42(2) 2004 Sharma JN. Pathania V. Gupta SK. Hayat T. Khan M. Ayub M. Sharma JN. Pal M. El-Karamany AS. Ma L. Wu LZ. Zhou ZG. Demiray H. Chamkha AJ. 120(3) 2003 Mourad AHI. Elsayed HF. Barton DC. Kenawy M. Abdel-Latif LA. Chen CR. Kolednik O. Scheider I. Siegmund T. Tatschl A. Fischer FD. Kachanov M. Raee S. Seelig T. Gross D. 24 International Journal of Fracture 563 581 601 Energy partitioning for a crack under remote shear and compression Computational modeling of crack propagation in real microstructures of steels and virtual testing of articially designed materials Mixed-mode thermoelastic fracture analysis of orthtropic composites 120(4) 2003 Steer ED. Epstein JS. Conley EG. Mishnaevsky L. Lippmann N. Schmauder S. Ju SH. Rowlands RE. International Journal of Fracture 1 9 Near the static fatigue limit in glass Scaling and dynamics of an interfacial crack front 23 Inuence of the specimen geometry on r-curve behavior and roughening of fracture surfaces Morphology of damage cavities in aluminium alloys Crack front waves in dynamic fracture Multiresolution atomistic simulations of dynamic fracture in nanostructured ceramics and glasses 43 55 71 121(1-2) 2003 Wiederhorn SM. Dretzke A. Rodel J. Maloy KJ. Schmittbuhl J. Hansen A. Batrouni GG. Morel S. Mourot G. Schmittbuhl J. Paun F. Bouchaud E. Fineberg J. Sharon E. Cohen G. Kalia RK. Nakano A. Vashishta P. Rountree CL. Van Brutzel L. Ogata S. International Journal of Heat & Mass Transfer 4755 4769 4779 4789 4799 4813 4823 4835 4845 4863 4877 4885 4899 4911 4925 4935 4949 4963 4969 4975 4979 Species heat and mass transfer in a human upper airway model Heat ow rate at a bore-face and temperature in the multi-layer media surrounding a borehole Convective boiling heat transfer and two-phase ow characteristics inside a small horizontal helically coiled tubing once-through steam generator A numerical simulation of pool boiling using cas model Eect of magnetic eld on g-jitter induced convection and solute striation during solidication in space An explicit solution for the combined heat and mass transfer by natural convection from a vertical wall in a non-darcy porous medium Low reynolds number mixed convection in vertical tubes with uniform wall heat ux Drift-ux model for downward two-phase ow Heat transfer of impinging air and liquid nitrogen mist jet onto superheated at surface Non-darcian thermal stability of a heat generating uid in a porous annulus Characteristics and correlations of voc emissions from building materials Fluid dynamical view of pressure checkerboarding problem and smoothing pressure correction on meshes with colocated variables Theoretical and numerical analysis of convective heat transfer in the rotating helical pipes Ldv assisted bubble dynamic parameter measurements from two enhanced tubes boiling in saturated r-134a Study of free convective heat transfer from horizontal conic One-dimensional drift-ux model and constitutive equations for relative motion between phases in various two-phase ow regimes Interfacial area transport of vertical upward bubbly two-phase ow in an annulus Numerical simulation of laser-induced transient temperature eld in lmsubstrate system by nite element method Suppression of marangoni convection of silicon melt by a non-contaminating method Limiting cross-ow velocity below which heat ux is determined by natural convection laws Eect of viscous dissipation and pressure stress work in natural convection along a vertical isothermal plate. new results 46(25) 2003 Zhang Z. Kleinstreuer C. Chugunov V. Fomin S. Hashida T. Zhao L. Guo LJ. Bai BF. Hou YC. Zhang XM. Yang J. Guo LJ. Zhang XM. Li K. Li BQ. de Groh HC. Wang C. Liao SJ. Zhu JM. Behzadmehr A. Galanis N. Laneville A. Goda H. Hibiki T. Kim S. Ishii M. Uhle J. Su LM. Chang SW. Yeh CI. Hsu YC. Saravanan S. Kandaswamy P. Zhang YP. Xu Y. Date AW. Chen HJ. Zhang BZ. Ma JF. Hsieh SS. Lai WC. Tsai HH. Lewandowski WM. Leble S. Hibiki T. Ishii M. Hibiki T. Mi Y. Situ R. Ishii M. Xu BQ. Shen ZH. Lu J. Ni XW. Zhang SY. Li H. Li MW. Hu WR. Zeng DL. Raju HV. Narasimha R. Pantokratoras A. 25 International Journal of Heat & Mass Transfer 4985 4987 4989 5005 5017 5031 5045 5059 5065 5073 5087 5099 5113 5123 5137 5145 5153 5161 5175 Untitled Professor d. brian spalding on his eightieth birthday The role of porous media in modeling ow and heat transfer in biological tissues [review] Thermal-uid ow in parallel boards with heat generating blocks Non-thermal equilibrium melting of granular packed bed in horizontal forced convection. part i: experiment Non-thermal equilibrium melting of granular packed bed in horizontal forced convection. part ii: numerical simulation The characteristics of turbulent ow and convection in concentric circular annuli. part i: ow Study on the interfacial evaporation of aqueous solution of sds surfactant selfassembly monolayer Thermal instability of viscoelastic uids in porous media The inuence of preferential diusion and stretch on the burning intensity of a curved ame front with fuel spray Quasi-homogeneous boiling nucleation on a small spherical heater in microgravity Eects of pore size distribution and ber diameter on the coupled heat and liquid moisture transfer in porous textiles Turbulent ow in a channel occupied by a porous layer considering the stress jump at the interface Simulation of micro-scale interaction between ice and biological cells Thermal wave propagation in a bi-layered composite sphere due to a sudden temperature change on the outer surface A new minimum volume straight cooling n taking into account the "length of arc" High-speed visualisation of nucleate boiling in vertical annular ow Enhancing heat transfer ability of drag reducing surfactant solutions with static mixers and honeycombs Non-isothermal steady-state diusion within glaser's condensation model 46(26) 2003 Schouwenburg A. Patankar SV. Hartnett JP. Minkowycz WJ. Khaled ARA. Vafai K. Furukawa TH. Yang WJ. Hao YL. Tao YX. Hao YL. Tao YX. Kaneda M. Yu B. Ozoe H. Churchill SW. Zhang JT. Wang BX. Kim MC. Lee SB. Kim S. Chung BJ. Hou SS. Lin JC. Lee HS. Merte H. Picker G. Straub J. Zhu QY. Li Y. Silva RA. de Lemos MJS. Mao L. Udaykumar HS. Karlsson JOM. Tsai CS. Hung CI. Hanin L. Campo A. Barbosa JR. Hewitt GF. Richardson SM. Qi YY. Kawaguchi Y. Christensen RN. Zakin JL. Ficker T. International Journal of Heat & Mass Transfer 1 11 21 31 35 43 63 75 87 101 111 125 135 149 165 179 185 A one-dimensional numerical study of the salt diusion in a salinity-gradient solar pond Experimental analysis of the use of wet porous media for thermal protection against high intensity heat uxes A fourier transform based data reduction method for the evaluation of the local convective heat transfer coeÆcient Heat transfer characteristics of a boundary-layer ow driven by a power-law shear over a semi-innite at plate The lda study of ow gas-dynamics in a vortex chamber Eects of a rst-order chemical reaction on turbulent mass transfer Estimation of the nucleation probability in emulsions Explicit analytic solution for similarity boundary layer equations Heat and mass transfer in a square microchannel with asymmetric heating Solution of the radiative integral transfer equations in rectangular participating and isotropically scattering inhomogeneous medium Dendritic ns optimization for a coaxial two-stream heat exchanger The eect of the macroscopic local inertial term on the non-newtonian uid ow in channels lled with porous medium Numerical and experimental analysis of chemical dehydration, heat and mass transfers in a concrete hollow cylinder submitted to high temperatures Numerical study of cavitating ow characteristics of liquid helium in a pipe Evaporative cooling of water in a mechanical draft cooling tower Eect of interphase matter transfer on condensation on low-nned tubes - a theoretical investigation Eects of solid layer thickness and nominal composition on double-diusive instabilities during solidication of a binary alloy cooled from the top 47(1) 2004 Angeli C. Leonardi E. Figueiredo AR. Costa JJ. Cossali GE. Magyari E. Keller B. Pop I. Volchkov EP. Lebedev VP. Lukashov VV. Mitrovic BM. Papavassiliou DV. Gibout S. Strub M. Dumas JP. Liao SJ. Pop I. van Male P. de Croon MHJM. Tiggelaar RM. van den Berg A. Schouten JC. Altac Z. Tekkalmaz M. Bonjour J. Rocha LAO. Bejan A. Meunier F. Al-Nimr MA. Aldoss TK. Dal Pont S. Ehrlacher A. Ishimoto J. Kamijo K. Fisenko SP. Brin AA. Petruchik AI. Wang HS. Rose JW. Chakraborty S. Dutta P. 26 International Journal of Heat & Mass Transfer 191 203 215 229 245 257 271 287 307 329 341 353 363 373 385 395 407 413 Transverse eigenproblem of steady-state heat conduction for multi-dimensional two-layered slabs with automatic computation of eigenvalues Optimal distribution of discrete heat sources on a wall with natural convection Joule heating eect on electroosmotic ow and mass species transport in a microcapillary Heat transfer in rectangular channels with transverse and v-shaped broken ribs Inuence of shaped injection holes on turbine blade leading edge lm cooling Three-dimensional numerical simulation of convection and radiation in a dierentially heated cavity using the discrete ordinates method Numerical study on supersonic combustion with cavity-based fuel injection Heat transfer in a swinging rectangular duct with two opposite walls roughened by 45 degrees staggered ribs Volumetric interfacial area prediction in upward bubbly two-phase ow Continuously distributed sensors for steady-state temperature prole measurements: main principles and numerical algorithm Numerical investigation of heat transfer characteristics of the heated blocks in the channel with a transversely oscillating cylinder Experimental shell-side heat transfer and pressure drop in gas ow for spiralwound lng heat exchanger 3d unsteady numerical analysis of conjugate heat transport and turbulent/laminar ows in lec growth of gaas crystals Direct identication of absorption and scattering coeÆcients and phase function of a porous medium by a monte carlo technique Prediction of friction factors and heat transfer coeÆcients for turbulent ow in corrugated tubes combined with twisted tape inserts. part 2: heat transfer coefcients Simplied models for coupled heat and mass transfer in falling-lm absorbers Pool boiling heat transfer experiments in silica-water nano-uids On void fraction distribution during two-phase boiling ow instability 47(2) 2004 de Monte F. da Silva AK. Lorente S. Bejan A. Tang GY. Yang C. Chai JC. Gong HQ. Tanda G. Kim YJ. Kim SM. Colomer G. Costa M. Consul R. Oliva A. Kim KM. Baek SW. Han CY. Chang SW. Su LM. Yang TL. Yao W. Morel C. Evdokimov YK. Martemianov S. Fu WS. Tong BH. Neeraas BO. Fredheim AO. Aunan B. Smirnova OV. Kalaev VV. Tancrez M. Taine J. Zimparov V. Islam MR. Wijeysundera NE. Ho JC. Vassallo P. Kumar R. D'Amico S. Yeoh GH. Tu JY. Li Y. International Journal of Mechanical Sciences 777 797 813 831 851 873 891 915 941 Application of 3-d nite element method using lagrangian formulation to dilution control in laser cladding process Non-quadratic yield criterion for orthotropic sheet metals under plane-stress conditions Dynamic analysis of non-uniform beams and plates by nite elements with generalized degrees of freedom More general expression for the torsional warping of a thin-walled open-section beam The plastic collapse and energy absorption capacity of egg-box panels Transverse vibrations of elliptical plate of linearly varying thickness with half of the boundary clamped and the rest simply supported Eective mechanical behavior of hyperelastic honeycombs and two-dimensional model foams at nite strain Dynamic plastic behavior of a free-free beam striking the mid-span of a clamped beam with shear and membrane eects considered Analysis of the free vibration of rectangular plates with central cut-outs using the discrete ritz method 45(5) 2003 Zhao GP. Cho CD. Kim JD. Banabic D. Kuwabara T. Balan T. Comsa DS. Julean D. Li QS. Yang LF. Zhao YL. Li GQ. Lin WY. Hsiao KM. Zupan M. Chen C. Fleck NA. Hassan SM. Makary M. Hohe J. Becker W. Yang JL. Liu XH. Reid SR. Liew KM. Kitipornchai S. Leung AYT. Lim CW. International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics 1 13 25 33 55 63 79 93 101 Global existence and uniqueness of solutions for the equations of third grade uids Analytical and numerical solutions of a coupled non-linear system arising in a three-dimensional rotating ow On the application of adaptive control and phase synchronization in non-linear uid dynamics Dynamical analysis of two coupled parametrically excited van der pol oscillators Comparison arguments and decay estimates in non-linear viscoelasticity Systematic closed form modeling of hybrid parameter multiple body systems Parametric stability of non-linear time delay equations Rain-wind-induced vibrations of a simple oscillator Shock calculations for axially symmetric shear wave propagation in a hyperelastic incompressible solid 39(1) 2004 Busuioc V. Iftimie D. Vajravelu K. Kumar BVR. Banerjee S. Saha P. Chowdhury AR. Bi QS. Quintanilla R. Barhorst AA. Fofana MS. Ryba PB. van der Burgh AHP. Hartono. Barclay DW. 123 137 153 165 On the eÆcacy of pseudo-coordinates - part 1: moving interior constraints On the eÆcacy of pseudo-coordinates - part 2: moving boundary constraints Analysis of cooling of a conducting uid lm of non-uniform thickness on a rotating disk An analytical study of linear and non-linear convection in boussinesq-stokes suspensions Siddheshwar PG. Pranesh S. International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics 175 189 201 219 225 233 247 265 271 281 299 311 331 341 Materially and geometrically non-linear woven composite micro-mechanical model with failure for nite element simulations Non-linear normal modes and their bifurcation of a class of systems with three double of pure imaginary roots and dual internal resonances Diusion of a uid through an elastic solid undergoing large deformation A representation theorem for volume-preserving transformations Analytical solutions for non-newtonian uid ows in pipe-like domains A new multigrid algorithm for non-linear equations in conjunction with timemarching procedures Phase equilibrium in non-uids and non-uid mixtures An investigation into the spreading of a thin liquid drop under gravity on a slowly rotating disk An analytic approximate approach for free oscillations of self-excited systems Staggering error control of a class of inelastic processes in random microheterogeneous solids Dynamics of pseudo-rigid ball impact on rigid foundation Parametric excitation in non-linear dynamics Elastic rods, weierstrass' theory and special travelling waves solutions with compact support Monte carlo simulation in the stochastic analysis of non-linear systems under external stationary poisson white noise input (vol 38, pg 1269, 2003) 39(2) 2004 Tabiei A. Ivanov I. Li XY. Chen YS. Wu ZQ. Baek S. Srinivasa AR. Carroll MM. Fetecau C. Durga KK. Ramakrishna M. Samohyl I. Pabst W. Momoniat E. Abelman S. Liao SJ. Zohdi TI. Kanso E. Papadopoulos P. Bakri T. Nabergoj R. Tondl A. Verhulst F. Saccomandi G. Muscolino G. Ricciardi G. Cacciola P. International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics 343 369 379 389 399 421 427 441 447 457 467 483 491 503 Non-linear viscoelastodynamic equations of three-dimensional rotating structures in nite displacement and nite element discretization Continuum modeling of cell membranes A new constitutive equation that models extensional ow strain hardening based on evolving natural congurations: stability analysis Symmetry classication and optimal systems of a non-linear wave equation Dynamics of biological soft tissue and rubber: internally pressurized spherical membranes surrounded by a uid Conjugate resonances and bifurcations in nonlinear systems under biharmonical excitation Transient mixed convection ow of a second grade viscoelastic uid past an inclined backward facing step Diusion of a line vortex in a second-order uid Propogation of waves in a linear elastic uid Substructural interactions and transport in polymer ows A cantilever conveying uid: coherent modes versus beam modes Torsional instability of stretched rubber cylinders Perturbation solution for secondary bifurcation in the quadratically-damped mathieu equation The dynamics of loosely jointed structures 39(3) 2004 Desceliers C. Soize C. Baesu E. Rudd RE. Belak J. McElfresh M. Palade LI. Walton JR. Farina A. Gandarias ML. Torrisi A. Valenti A. Haslach HW. Humphrey JD. Blekhman II. Landa PS. Kung KY. Hsu XCH. Chiang HL. Erdogan ME. Momoniat E. Mariano PM. Casciola CM. De Angelis E. Sarkar A. Paidoussis MP. Gent AN. Hua KC. Ramani DV. Keith WL. Rand RH. Wilson JF. Callis EG. International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics 515 539 555 569 581 593 The dynamic response of an incompressible non-linearly elastic membrane tube subjected to a dynamic extension A comparative study of kinematic hardening rules at nite deformations The follower load problem and bifurcation to periodic motions Lyapunov exponent and stochastic stability of quasi-non-integrable hamiltonian systems Generalization of the lorenz model to the two-dimensional convection of secondgrade uids Coriolis eect on convection for a low prandtl number uid 27 Barhorst AA. Barhorst AA. Usha R. Ravindran R. 39(4) 2003 Tuzel VH. Erbay HA. Tsakmakis C. Willuweit A. MacEwen KW. Zhu WQ. Ferrario C. Passerini A. Thater G. Khiri R. 28 605 619 635 649 665 673 689 Homoclinic bifurcation and chaos attractor in elastic two-bar truss Nanomachines: a general approach to inducing a directed motion at the atomic level Compressive response and failure of braided textile composites: part 1 - experiments Compressive response and failure of braided textile composites: part 2 - computations Similarity solutions for creeping ow and heat transfer in second grade uids Non-linear longitudinal vibrations of non-slender piezoceramic rods Substructural interactions and transport in polymer ows (vol 39, pg 457, 2004) Ario I. Popov VL. Quek SC. Waas AM. Shahwan KW. Agaram V. Quek SC. Waas A. Shahwan KW. Agaram V. Yurusoy M. von Wagner U. Mariano PM. Casciola CM. De Angelis E. International Journal of Non-Linear Mechanics 691 Digital image processing for non-linear system identication 709 723 On the thermomechanical modeling of shape memory alloys Electromagnetically conducting elastic plates in a magnetic eld: modeling and dynamic implications The analysis of the orientation eect of non-linear exible systems on performance of the pendulum absorber On non-linear stochastic dynamics of quarter car models Rotating ow of a second-order uid on a porous plate An innite interval problem arising in circularly symmetric deformations of shallow membrane caps Chaotic motion in a class of asymmetrical kelvin type gyrostat satellite The eect of the slip condition on stokes and couette ows due to an oscillating wall: exact solutions Stagnation-point ow of a viscoelastic uid towards a stretching surface The eect of parametric excitation on a self-excited three-mass system The attainable region of strain-invariant space for elastic materials Uniaxial and non-proportionally multiaxial ratcheting of ss304 stainless steel at room temperature: experiments and simulations Large amplitude non-linear oscillations of a general conservative system 741 753 767 779 785 795 811 821 833 843 859 39(5) 2004 Chung HC. Liang J. Kushiyama S. Shinozuka M. Panoskaltsis VP. Bahuguna S. Soldatos D. Librescu L. Hasanyan D. Ambur DR. Yaman M. Sen S. von Wagner U. Hayat T. Hutter K. Agarwal RP. O'Regan D. Shirazi KH. Ghaari-Saadat MH. Khaled ARA. Vafai K. Mahapatra TR. Gupta AS. Tondl A. Nabergoj R. Currie PK. Kang GZ. Gao Q. Yang XJ. Wu BS. Lim CW. International Journal of Plasticity 1 19 55 85 107 121 Numerical study of the plastic behaviour in tension of welds in high strength steels Model of plastic anisotropy evolution with texture-dependent yield surface A new criterion for mixed mode fracture initiation based on the crack tip plastic core region Micromechanical modeling of ductile damage of polycrystalline materials with heterogeneous particles Nonlocal plasticity eects on interaction of dierent size voids On the portevin-le chatelier eect: theoretical modeling and numerical results [review] 20(1) 2004 Rodrigues DM. Menezes LF. Loureiro A. Fernandes JV. Kowalczyk K. Gambin W. Khan SMA. Khraisheh MK. 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International Journal of Plasticity 167 199 225 255 269 291 309 323 Description of plastic anisotropy eects at large deformations - part i: restrictions imposed by the second law and the postulate of il'iushin [review] Description of plastic anisotropy eects at large deformations. part ii: the case of transverse isotropy Eect of void locking by inclusions upon the plastic behavior of porous ductile solids - i: theoretical modeling and numerical study of void growth Eect of void locking by inclusions upon the plastic behavior of porous ductile solids - part ii: theoretical modeling and numerical study of void coalescence The inuence of crystal structure on the dynamic behavior of materials at high temperatures Validation of the tangent formulation for the solution of the non-linear eshelby inclusion problem A model for the interaction of martensitic transformation with dislocations in shape memory alloys Finite thermoplasticity with phase changes based on isomorphisms 20(2) 2004 Tsakmakis C. Hausler O. Schick D. Tsakmakis C. Siruguet K. Leblond JB. Siruguet K. Leblond JB. Lennon AM. Ramesh KT. Molinari A. El Houdaigui F. Toth LS. Lovey FC. Condo AM. Torra V. Dachkovski S. Bohm M. 29 International Journal of Pressure Vessels & Piping 597 607 655 An axisymmetric method of creep analysis for primary and secondary creep Deaerator feedwater vessel weld cracking monitored over a service time of around 80,000 hours Type iv creep cavity accumulation and failure in steel welds Crack initiation and growth behaviour of circumferentially cracked pipes under cyclic and monotonic loading Determination of welding residual stress distribution in api x65 pipeline using a modied magnetic barkhausen noise method Inuence of mechanical mismatching on the failure of welded joints by void nucleation and coalescence Complex leak-before-break analysis demonstrated on rbmk-1500 austenitic piping 665 Evaluation of crack tip constraint using photoelasticity 617 629 641 647 80(9) 2003 Jahed H. Bidabadi J. Bulloch JH. Smith DJ. Walker NS. Kimmins ST. Singh PK. Vaze KK. Bhasin V. Kushwaha HS. Gandhi P. Murthy DSR. Ju JB. Lee JS. Jang JI. Kim WS. Kwon D. Li XY. Hao Q. Shi YW. Lei YP. Marquis G. Khmasauskas A. Rinikevicius S. Nedzinskas L. Gasiunas S. Ayatollahi MR. Safari H. International Journal of Pressure Vessels & Piping 673 689 695 705 715 727 737 745 Deformation based temperature rise: a review The evaluation of high-stress creep ductility for 316 stainless steel at 550 degrees c by extrapolation of constitutive equations derived for lower stress levels Creep life assessment of welded trunnion and branch components using the r5 procedure Residual stress relief in mag welded joints of dissimilar steels Numerical modelling of pipeline puncture under excavator loading. part i. development and validation of a nite element material failure model for puncture simulation Numerical modelling of pipeline puncture under excavator loading. part ii: parametric study Experimental models of medium break loss of coolant accidents with and without steam generator tube rupture Eect of cyclic loading on elastic-plastic fracture resistance of pht system piping material of phwr 80(10) 2003 Pandey KN. Chand S. Xu Q. Hayhurst DR. Patel RD. Sedek P. Brozda J. Wang L. 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International Journal of Solids & Structures 5865 5887 5901 5923 5949 5973 6001 6023 6043 6077 6095 6111 6125 6143 6163 6189 6211 6215 In-plane free vibration and stability of loaded and shear-deformable circular arches Basis free relations for the conjugate stresses of the strains based on the right stretch tensor Three-dimensional solution of smart laminated anisotropic circular cylindrical shells with imperfect bonding Analytical solutions for tapering quadratic and cubic rat-holes in highly frictional granular solids Sma-induced snap-through of unsymmetric ber-reinforced composite laminates Craft - a plastic-damage-contact model for concrete. i. model theory and thermodynamic considerations Craft - a plastic-damage-contact model for concrete. ii. model implementation with implicit return-mapping algorithm and consistent tangent matrix Interfacial mixed-mode fracture of adhesive bonds undergoing large deformation Stationarity of the strain energy density for some classes of anisotropic solids Eect of damping on dynamic behavior of a piezothermoelastic laminate considering the eects of transverse shear Koiter circles in the buckling of axially compressed conical shells Analysis of thin-walled curved box beam under in-plane exure Magneto-thermo-elastic instability of ferromagnetic plates in thermal and magnetic elds The weight function for cracks in piezoelectrics Determination of hourglass coeÆcients in the theory of a cosserat point for nonlinear elastic beams Creep simulation of asymmetric eects by use of stress mode dependent weighting functions Reply to: dr. lip teh's discussion on "work-conjugacy between rotation-dependent moments and nite rotations" [vol. 40, no. 11, pp. 2851-2873] Size eect and asymptotic matching approximations in strain-gradient theories of micro-scale plasticity (vol 39, pg 5633, 2002) 40(22) 2003 Huang CS. 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Guo ZY. 30 International Journal of Solids & Structures 6217 6245 6267 6285 6307 6335 6347 6369 6389 6417 6429 6445 6457 6473 6497 6513 6527 6547 Constitutive equations in nite viscoplasticity of semicrystalline polymers Experimental and numerical study of the response of exible laminates to impact loading Eect of specimen size and crack depth on 3d crack-front constraint for senb specimens Probabilistic approach to the lame equations of linear elastostatics Dynamic ber inclusions with elliptical and arbitrary cross-sections and related retarded potentials in a quasi-plane piezoelectric medium Variational formulations for tfem of piezoelectricity Equilibrium conditions of a tensegrity structure Stress concentrations in the particulate composite with transversely isotropic phases Cracking of an orthotropic substrate reinforced by an orthotropic plate Optimal design of a two-layered elastic strip subjected to transient loading Passing stiness anisotropy in multilayers and its eects on nanoscale surface self-organization Elasto-plastic analysis of an internally pressurized thick-walled cylinder using a strain gradient plasticity theory Eigenvalue-counting methods for non-proportionally damped systems Adaptive multiscale wavelet-galerkin analysis for plane elasticity problems and its applications to multiscale topology design optimization Limitations of the coulomb friction assumption in fretting fatigue analysis Singular electro-mechanical elds near the apex of a piezoelectric bonded wedge under antiplane shear Out-of-plane static analysis of circular arches by dqm Buckling of stochastically heterogeneous beams, using a functional perturbation method 40(23) 2003 Drozdov AD. Gupta RK. Tan VBC. Shim VPW. Tay TE. Kim Y. Chao YJ. Zhu XK. Budaev BV. Bogy DB. Wang JZ. Michelitsch TM. Gao HJ. Qin QH. Williamson D. Skelton RE. Han J. Kushch VI. Mahajan R. Erdogan F. Kilic B. Madenci E. Velo AP. Gazonas GA. Gao YF. Gao XL. Jo JS. Jung HJ. Ko MG. Lee IW. Kim JE. Jang GW. Kim YY. Naboulsi S. Nicholas T. De Chen C. Chue CH. Malekzadeh P. Karami G. Altus E. Totry EM. International Journal of Solids & Structures 6567 6577 6593 6613 6633 6653 6669 6681 6703 6723 6767 6781 6799 6813 6839 6859 6877 6897 Mode iii stress intensity factors for edge-cracked circular shafts, bonded wedges, bonded half planes and dcb's Analysis of stress intensity factors of a ring-shaped interface crack Multiple reciprocity boundary element analysis of two-dimensional anisotropic thermoelasticity involving an internal arbitrary non-uniform volume heat source An eÆcient higher order zigzag theory for composite and sandwich beams subjected to thermal loading The coupled eects of plastic strain gradient and thermal softening on the dynamic growth of voids Analysis of wave propagation in piezoelectric coupled cylinder aected by transverse shear and rotary inertia Permeable cracks between two dissimilar piezoelectric materials From particle ensembles to cosserat continua: homogenization of contact forces towards stresses and couple stresses Eect of strength-modulus correlation on reliability of randomly heterogeneous beams A new membrane model for the ballistic impact response and v-50 performance of multi-ply brous systems Active and passive magnetic constrained damping treatment A coupled electromechanical analysis of a piezoelectric layer bonded to an elastic substrate: part i, development of governing equations A coupled electromechanical analysis of a piezoelectric layer bonded to an elastic substrate: part ii, numerical solution and applications A strength reliability model by markov process of unidirectional composites with bers placed in hexagonal arrays Frictional interface crack in anisotropic bimaterial under combined shear and compression Exact solutions for magneto-electro-elastic laminates in cylindrical bending On higher gradients in continuum-atomistic modelling A magnetoelastic theoretical model for soft ferromagnetic shell in magnetic eld 40(24) 2003 Shahani AR. Noda NA. Kagita M. Chen MC. Oda K. Shiah YC. Lin YJ. Kapuria S. Dumir PC. Ahmed A. Wu XY. Ramesh KT. Wright TW. Wang Q. Liew KM. Beom HG. Ehlers W. Ramm E. Diebels S. D'Addetta GA. Givli S. Altus E. Phoenix SL. Porwal PK. Zheng HM. Li M. He Z. Zhang JQ. Zhang BN. Fan JH. Zhang BN. Zhang JQ. Fan JH. Goda K. Sung JC. Chung WG. Pan E. Heyliger PR. Sunyk R. Steinmann P. Zheng XJ. Wang XZ. 31 International Journal of Solids & Structures 6913 6917 6937 6957 6969 A special issue in honour of george j. dvorak - preface Thermoelastic generation of ultrasound by line-focused laser irradiation Nonuniform transformation eld analysis Debonding of short bres among particulates in a metal matrix composite Kagorne plate structures for actuation 6981 On the performance of truss panels with kagome cores 6989 6999 7015 7035 7055 7063 Simulated properties of kagome and tetragonal truss core panels Bending and exure of cylindrically monoclinic elastic cylinders Field uctuations and macroscopic properties for nonlinear composites Analysis of progressive ber debonding in elastic laminates Failure plane orientations for transverse loading of a unidirectional ber composite Localization and shear-crippling (kinkband) instability in a thick imperfect laminated composite ring under hydrostatic pressure The saint-venant torsion of a circular bar consisting of a composite cylinder assemblage with cylindrically orthotropic constituents Deterministic and stochastic optimization of composite cylindrical laminates Generalized cowin-mehrabadi theorems and a direct proof that the number of linear elastic symmetries is eight Breakdown of elasticity theory for jammed hard-particle packings: conical nonlinear constitutive theory Debonding of graded coatings under in-plane compression Three-dimensional analysis of transient thermal stresses in functionally graded plates Size eect and asymptotic matching analysis of fracture of closed-cell polymeric foam Elastic-plastic and limit-state analyses of frames with softening plastic-hinge models by mathematical programming 7093 7109 7129 7143 7155 7181 7197 7219 40(25) 2003 Bazant ZP. Christensen RM. Torquato S. Arias I. Achenbach JD. Michel JC. Suquet P. Tvergaard V. Hutchinson RG. Wicks N. Evans AG. Fleck NA. Hutchinson JW. Wang J. Evans AG. Dharmasena K. Wadley HNG. Hyun S. Karlsson AM. Torquato S. Evans AG. Crossley JA. England AH. Spencer AJM. Idiart M. Castaneda PP. Bahei-El-Din YA. Botrous AG. Christensen RM. DeTeresa SJ. Chaudhuri RA. Kim D. Benveniste Y. Chen T. Prochazka PP. Ting TCT. Torquato S. Donev A. Stillinger FH. Chiu TC. Erdogan F. Vel SS. Ratra RC. Bazant ZP. Zhou Y. Zi GS. Daniel IM. Cocchetti G. Maier G. Inverse Problems in Engineering 457 471 495 515 541 561 Three-dimensional inverse design of axial compressor stator blade using neuralnetworks and direct navier-stokes solver Dierent approaches for the solution of a backward heat conduction problem Inversion of spectral emission measurements to reconstruct the temperature prole along a blackbody optical ber thermometer Multidimensional inverse heat conduction problems solution via lagrange theory and model size reduction techniques Design of radiant enclosures using inverse and non-linear programming techniques Regularizing operators of real-valued inverse laplace transformation 11(6) 2003 Giassi A. Pediroda V. Poloni C. Clarich A. Chiwiacowsky LD. Velho HFD. Barker DG. Jones MR. Del Barrio EP. Daun KJ. Howell JR. Morton DP. Kryzhniy VV. Journal of Applied Mechanics 465 470 479 487 496 505 517 531 543 550 561 568 Energy considerations in systems with varying stiness On the strain saturation conditions for polycrystalline ferroelastic materials Relationship among coeÆcient matrices in symmetric galerkin boundary element method for two-dimensional scalar problems Intensity of singular stress elds at the end of a cylindrical inclusion General solutions of anisotropic laminated plates Concepts of separated j-integrals, separated energy release rates, and the component separation method of the j-integral for interfacial fracture mechanics The mode iii crack problem in microstructured solids governed by dipolar gradient elasticity: static and dynamic analysis Gradient elasticity theory for mode iii fracture in functionally graded materials part i: crack perpendicular to the material gradation Green's functions and boundary integral analysis for exponentially graded materials: heat conduction Dual-species transport subject to sorptive exchange in pipe ow Stability boundaries of a conservative gyroscopic system Constraint forces and the method of auxiliary generalized speeds 70(4) 2003 Barber JR. Grosh K. Oh S. Landis CM. Yu GY. Noda NA. Genkai T. Wang Q. Yin WL. Nishioka T. Syano S. Fujimoto T. Georgiadis HG. Paulino GH. Fannjiang AC. Chan YS. Gray LJ. Kaplan T. Richardson JD. Paulino GH. Yip TL. Ng CO. Gladwell GML. Khonsari MM. Ram YM. Djerassi S. Bamberger H. 32 575 583 595 601 606 611 613 616 619 A dynamic generalized self-consistent model for wave propagation in particulate composites The analysis of constrained impulsive motion Dynamic response of kirchho plate on a viscoelastic foundation to harmonic circular loads Frequency analysis of rotating conical panels: a generalized dierential quadrature approach Comparison of stresses in center-wound rolls from two linear elastic models Rate-dependent transition from thermal softening to hardening in elastomers Elastic waves induced by surface heating in a half-space Thermal stresses in an innite elastic pipe weakened by a nite cylindrical crack Benchmark results for the problem of interaction between a crack and a circular inclusion Yang RB. Wang LS. Chou WT. Sun L. Ng TY. Li H. Lam KY. Chua CF. Debesis WR. Burns SJ. Chen Z. Atwood JL. Mai YW. Blanchard JP. Itou S. Wang J. Mogilevskaya SG. Crouch SL. Journal of Applied Mechanics 625 On corrosion-induced creep and the shedding of oxide pest from metal plates 633 Solidication of a nite medium subject to a periodic variation of boundary temperature The inuence of initial elastic surface stresses on instrumented sharp indentation Computational isotropic-workhardening rate-independent elastoplasticity A unied characteristic theory for plastic plane stress and strain problems Elastic eld in a semi-innite solid due to thermal expansion or a coherently mistting inclusion Boundary integral equation formulation in generalized linear thermoviscoelasticity with rheological volume Dynamic analysis of a mode i propagating crack subjected to a concentrated load On the mechanical modeling of functionally graded interfacial zone with a griÆth crack: anti-plane deformation A displacement equivalence-based damage model for brittle materials - part i: theory A displacement equivalence-based damage model for brittle materials - part ii: verication Stroh-like complex variable formalism for the bending theory of anisotropic plates Response power spectrum of multi-degree-of-freedom nonlinear systems by a galerkin technique A new approach for reduced order modeling of mechanical systems using vibration measurements Linear multi-degree-of-freedom system stochastic response by using the harmonic wavelet transform Nonintegrability of an innite-degree-of-freedom model for unforced and undamped, straight beams Equilibrium and belt-pulley vibration coupling in serpentine belt drives The application of lagrange equations to mechanical systems with mass explicity dependent on position Approximate model for a viscoelastic oscillator Flow control using rotating cylinders: eect of gap Helical collapse of a whirling elastic rod forced to lie on a cylinder Nonlinear free exural vibration of oval rings Coincidence of boobnov-galerkin and closed-form solutions in an applied mechanics problem Thermal stresses in an innite slab under an arbitrary thermal shock Closure to "discussion of 'normal indentation of elastic half-space with a rigid frictionless axisymmetric punch'" (2003, asme j. appl. mech., 70, pp. 783) Discussion: "dynamic condensation and synthesis of unsymmetric structural systems" (rao, g. v., 2002, asme j. appl. mech., 69, pp. 610-616) Closure to "discussion on dynamic condensation and synthesis of unsymmetrical systems' " (2003, asme j. appl. mech., 70, p. 784) 638 644 649 655 661 668 676 681 688 696 708 715 724 732 739 751 757 762 771 774 777 779 783 784 785 70(5) 2003 Marshall DL. Taylor ME. Ivshin Y. Diderrich G. Pence TJ. Dursunkaya Z. Nair S. Giannakopoulos AE. Mukherjee S. Liu CS. Zhang YQ. Hao H. Yu MH. Davies JH. El-Karamany AS. Chung YL. Chen MR. Wang YS. Huang GY. Dross D. Soh CK. Liu Y. Yang Y. Dong Y. Liu Y. Soh CK. Dong Y. Yang Y. Hwu C. Failla G. Spanos PD. Di Paola M. Lus H. De Angelis M. Betti R. Tratskas P. Spanos PD. Yagasaki K. Kong L. Parker RG. Pesce CP. Ketema Y. Mittal S. Van der Heijden GHM. Fraser WB. Ganapathi M. Patel BP. Makhecha DP. Elishako I. Zingales M. Segall AE. Chandra A. Fu G. Qu ZQ. Rao GV. Journal of Biomechanical Engineering 569 578 Inhomogeneous cartilage properties enhance supercial interstitial uid support and frictional properties, but do not provide a homogeneous state of stress Polymer dynamics as a mechanistic model for the ow-independent viscoelasticity of cartilage 125(5) 2003 Krishnan R. Park S. Eckstein F. Ateshian GA. Fyhrie DP. Barone JR. 585 594 602 615 620 628 639 648 663 671 682 692 700 709 719 726 732 735 745 754 Hydrostatic pressurization and depletion of trapped lubricant pool during creep contact of a rippled indenter against a biphasic articular cartilage layer Inuence of stress magnitude on water loss and chondrocyte viability in impacted articular cartilage Modeling of neutral solute transport in a dynamically loaded porous permeable gel: implications for articular cartilage biosynthesis and tissue engineering Ash content modulation of torsionally derived eective material properties in cortical mouse bone A model for the modulation of microvessel permeability by junction strands The uid shear stress distribution on the membrane of leukocytes in the microcirculation Comparison of thermal insulation performance of brous materials for the advanced space suit Numerical simulation of the ow and concentration elds for oxygen delivery systems A new method for evaluation of cavitation near mechanical heart valves Numerical simulation of wall shear stress conditions and platelet localization in realistic end-to-side arterial anastomoses 3-d nite-element models of human and monkey ngertips to investigate the mechanics of tactile sense Analysis of prolapse in cardiovascular stents: a constitutive equation for vascular tissue and nite-element modelling Thermomechanical analysis of soft-tissue thermotherapy Numerical simulation of ow in mechanical heart valves: grid resolution and the assumption of ow symmetry One-dimensional viscoelastic behavior of broblast populated collagen matrices Eect of ber orientation and strain rate on the nonlinear uniaxial tensile material properties of tendon Compressive and shear properties of commercially available polyurethane foams Geometrical stress-reducing factors in the anisotropic porcine heart valves The relative position of edl muscle aects the length of sarcomeres within muscle bers: experimental results and nite-element modeling Methods for quasi-linear viscoelastic modeling of soft tissue: application to incremental stress-relaxation experiments Soltz MA. Basalo IM. Ateshian GA. Milentijevic D. Helfet DL. Torzilli PA. Mauck RL. Hung CT. Ateshian GA. Battaglia TC. Tsou AC. Taylor EA. Mikic B. Fu BMM. Chen B. Sugihara-Seki M. Schmid-Schonbein GW. Paul HL. Diller KR. Hangan H. Bekele S. Johansen P. Manning KB. Tarbell JM. Fontaine AA. Deutsch S. Nygaard H. Longest PW. Kleinstreuer C. Dandekar K. Raju BI. Srinivasan MA. Prendergast PJ. Lally C. Daly S. Reid AJ. Lee TC. Quinn D. Dolan F. Aksan A. McGrath JJ. Ge L. Jones SC. Sotiropoulos F. Healy TM. Yoganathan AP. Wagenseil JE. Wakatsuki T. Okamoto RJ. Zahalak GI. Elson EL. Lynch HA. Johannessen W. Wu JP. Jawa A. Elliott DM. Thompson MS. McCarthy ID. Lidgren L. Ryd L. Luo XY. Li WG. Li J. Maas H. Baan GC. Huijing PA. Yucesoy CA. Koopman BHFJM. Grootenboer HJ. Sarver JJ. Robinson PS. Elliott DM. Journal of Biomechanics 1409 1425 1427 1439 1453 1461 1469 1487 1497 1503 1511 1523 1529 1555 1571 "whither ows the uid in bone?" an osteocyte's perspective [review] Introduction to the special issue Fluid pressure gradients, arising from oscillations in intramedullary pressure, is correlated with the formation of bone and inhibition of intracortical porosity On bone adaptation due to venous stasis Strain-derived canalicular uid ow regulates osteoclast activity in a remodelling osteon - a proposal The dependence of the elastic properties of osteoporotic cancellous bone on volume fraction and fabric A review of morphology-elasticity relationships in human trabecular bone: theories and experiments [review] The many adaptations of bone A novel technique for four-point bending of small bone samples with semiautomatic analysis How is the indentation modulus of bone tissue related to its macroscopic elastic response? a validation study Understanding stress concentration about a nutrient foramen Collagen in connective tissue: from tendon to bone Collagen self-assembly and the development of tendon mechanical properties [review] Possible role of decorin glycosaminoglycans in bril to bril force transfer in relative mature tendons - a computational study from molecular to microstructural level Liquid crystalline assemblies of collagen in bone and in vitro systems 33 36(10) 2003 Tate MLK. 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Mahudu SK. 36 31 213 Finite elements numerical solution of a coupled prole-velocity-temperature shallow ice sheet approximation model Iterative methods for least-square problems based on proper splittings High-order nonreecting boundary conditions for the dispersive shallow water equations Unravelling small world networks Newton-cotes formulae for long-time integration Symplectic integrators for the numerical solution of the schrodinger equation A generator of hybrid symmetric four-step methods for the numerical solution of the schrodinger equation Mathematical approaches to bone reformation phenomena and numerical simulations Parameter uniform numerical method for singularly perturbed turning point problems exhibiting boundary layers Trigonometrically tted predictor-corrector methods for ivps with oscillating solutions Estimation by simulation of monotone dynamical systems Fdem: how we make the fdm more exible than the fem New ito-taylor expansions Dissipative chebyshev exponential-tted methods for numerical solution of second-order dierential equations Integrability of hamiltonians with polynomial potentials 225 On solutions to ito stochastic dierential equations 43 49 61 75 83 93 107 121 135 145 157 169 187 Calvo N. 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Journal of Engineering Materials & Technology 345 346 353 361 368 372 378 385 394 Special issue on durability and damage tolerance of heterogeneous materials and structures - foreword On the mechanical response in a thermal barrier system due to martensitic phase transformation in the bond coat Assessment of the fracture behavior of an asymmetrically loaded cantilever composite structure Nanoindentation measurements on low-k porous silica thin lms spin coated on silicon substrates Spatial impact of a slender beam Surface modication of powder metallurgy components with a direct diode laser Eect of laser pre-treatment on the machining performance of aluminum/sic mmc Control of damage in composite laminates by ply-stacking designs: characteristic failure signatures and safety criteria Eects of temperature and moisture on the high strain rate compression response of graphite/epoxy composites 125(4) 2003 Pelegri AA. Karlsson AM. Karlsson AM. Shan BX. Pelegri AA. Huang XQ. Pelegri AA. 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Journal of Engineering Mathematics 83 101 121 137 161 Elasto-plastic localised responses in one-dimensional structural models Steady ow past an elliptic cylinder inclined to the stream Stuart vortices in a stratied mixing layer: the holmboe model Unsteady free-surface ow induced by a line sink Radiation of water waves from an oscillating source located at a slope of angle pi/4 47(2) 2003 Coman CD. Bassom AP. Wadee MK. Dennis SCR. Young PJS. Mallier R. Stokes TE. Hocking GC. Forbes LK. Haugen KB. Tyvand PA. Journal of Engineering Mechanics 1107 1108 1119 1130 1138 1149 1156 1164 1173 1189 1197 1206 1220 Study of environmental uid mechanics using state-of-the-art experimental techniques and instrumentation Convection velocity of vortex structures in the near wake of a circular cylinder Particle image velocimetry measurements within a laboratory-generated swash zone Laser-induced uorescence measurements of a turbulent plume Field measurement of ship waves in victoria harbor Experimental study of a horizontal jet in a wavy environment Particle image velocimetry system with self-organized feature map algorithm Shallow turbulent ows by video imaging method Simultaneous particle image velocimetry and laser doppler velocimetry measurements of periodical oscillatory horseshoe vortex system near square cylinder-base plate juncture Combined particle image velocimetry/planar laser induced uorescence modeling of buoyant jets Laboratory measurements of void fraction and turbulence in the bore region of surf zone waves Cluster evolution and ow-frictional characteristics under dierent sediment availabilities and specic gravity Field experiment study of transient stratied ow in an estuary 129(10) 2003 Wang KH. Teng MH. Chen HC. Lin C. Hsieh SC. Cowen EA. Sou IM. Liu PLF. Raubenheimer B. Webster DR. Rahman S. Dasi LP. Chwang AT. Chen Y. Mori N. Chang KA. Chen Y. Chwang AT. Zhang JB. Chu VH. Lin C. Lai WJ. Chang KA. Law AWK. Wang HW. Cox DT. Shin SW. Papanicolaou AN. Schuyler A. Huang WR. Jones WK. Yang Q. Journal of Engineering Mechanics 1225 1235 1245 1254 1268 1277 1288 1295 1308 1320 1330 1342 Eects of seismically induced pounding at expansion joints of concrete bridges Vibration of thick and thin plates using a new triangular element Dynamic stability of laminated composite curved panels with cutouts Elastic stability and second-order analysis of three-dimensional frames: eects of column orientation Instantaneous optimal wilson-theta control method Poromechanics of anisotropic hollow cylinders Estimating uncertainty in the extreme value analysis of data generated by a hurricane simulation model Heterogeneous strain and bonded granular structure change in triaxial specimen studied by computer, tomography Creep analysis of axially loaded ber reinforced polymer-conned concrete columns Investigation of two- and three-dimensional models of transitional ow past a square cylinder Forced vertical vibration of circular plate in multilayered poroelastic medium Exact solution for dynamic response of multi-degree-of-freedom bilinear hysteretic systems 129(11) 2003 Kim SH. Shinozuka M. Sheikh AH. Dey P. Sengupta D. Sahu SK. Datta PK. Aristizabal-Ochoa JD. Bahar O. Banan MR. Mahzoon M. Kitagawa Y. Kanj M. Abousleiman Y. Ghanem R. Coles S. Simiu E. Chang CS. Matsushima T. Lee X. Naguib W. Mirmiran A. Saha AK. Muralidhar K. Biswas G. Senjuntichai T. Sapsathiarn Y. Liu JL. 42 1351 1355 1360 Thermal postbuckling of uniform columns on elastic foundation - intuitive solution Vibratory characteristics of timoshenko beams with arbitrary number of cracks Closure to "could the world trade center have been modied to prevent its collapse?" by david e. newland and david cebon Rao GV. Raju KK. Li QS. Newland DE. Cebon D. Journal of Engineering Mechanics 1363 1369 Tension buckling in multilayer elastomeric bearings Rened solutions of externally induced sloshing in half-full spherical containers 1380 1394 Consistent nite-element response sensitivity analysis Stress solution of multiple elliptic hole problem in plane elasticity 1408 Analytical solution for uid-structure interaction in liquid-lled pipes subjected to impact-induced water hammer Non-gaussian simulation: cumulative distribution function map-based spectral correction Second-order radiation boundary condition for water wave simulation with large angle incidence Connement-shear lattice model for concrete damage in tension and compression: i. theory Connement-shear lattice model for concrete damage in tension and compression: ii. computation and validation Electrorheological and magnetorheological duct ow in shear-ow mode using herschel-bulkley constitutive model Seismic design of structures by bundled columns Numerical evaluation of uniform beam modes Characterization of cement-based materials using diuse ultrasound Analytical modeling, system identication, and tracking performance of uniaxial seismic simulators Characteristics of hyperconcentrated sediment-laden ows 1418 1429 1439 1449 1459 1466 1475 1478 1485 1489 129(12) 2003 Kelly JM. Papaspyrou S. Valougeorgis D. Karamanos SA. Conte JP. Vijalapura PK. Meghella M. Zhang LQ. Yue ZQ. Lee CF. Tham LG. Yang ZF. Li QS. Yang K. Zhang LX. Masters F. Gurley KR. Hsu TW. Lan YJ. Tsay TK. Lin KP. Cusatis G. Bazant ZP. Cedolin L. Cusatis G. Bazant ZP. Cedolin L. Widjaja J. Samali B. Li JC. Hahn GD. Champlin BP. Tang Y. Becker J. Jacobs LJ. Qu JM. Twitchell BS. Symans MD. Ni JR. Huang XJ. Borthwick AGL. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 1 15 37 75 99 129 139 169 189 217 251 293 321 333 Shock wave formation in droplet impact on a rigid surface: lateral liquid motion and multiple wave structure in the contact line region On self-propulsion of micro-machines at low reynolds number: purcell's three-link swimmer Spanwise structure and scale growth in turbulent boundary layers On the use of microjets to suppress turbulence in a mach 0.9 axisymmetric jet Generalized taylor dispersion in suspensions of gyrotactic swimming microorganisms Flow structures behind a heaving and pitching nite-span wing Shock leakage through an unsteady vortex-laden mixing layer: application to jet screech On the onset of nonlinear oscillations in a separating boundary-layer ow Baroclinic instability of time-dependent currents Experimental investigation and numerical modelling of steep forced water waves Turbulent channel ow near maximum drag reduction: simulations, experiments and mechanisms Experimental measurements of the normal stresses in sheared stokesian suspensions Wave interaction with two-dimensional bodies oating in a two-layer uid: uniqueness and trapped modes Closed-form linear stability conditions for magneto-convection Journal of Fluid Mechanics 1 11 51 A note on the resonant interaction between a surface wave and two interfacial waves A unied model of ames as gasdynamic discontinuities Stability of planar ames as gasdynamic discontinuities 490 2003 Haller KK. Poulikakos D. Ventikos Y. Monkewitz P. Becker LE. Koehler SA. Stone HA. Tomkins CD. Adrian RJ. Arakeri VH. Krothapalli A. Siddavaram V. Alkislar MB. Lourenco LM. Manela A. Frankel I. von Ellenrieder KD. Parker K. Soria J. Suzuki T. Lele SK. Marquillie M. Ehrenstein U. Pedlosky J. Thomson J. Bredmose H. Brocchini M. Peregrine DH. Thais L. Ptasinski PK. Boersma BJ. Nieuwstadt FTM. Hulsen MA. Van den Brule BHAA. Hunt JCR. Singh A. Nott PR. Kuznetsov N. McIver M. McIver P. Kloosterziel RC. Carnevale GF. 491 2003 Jamali M. Lawrence GA. Seymour B. Class AG. Matkowsky BJ. Klimenko AY. Class AG. Matkowsky BJ. Klimenko AY. 65 101 131 161 183 207 229 239 259 275 285 301 325 353 379 Roles of non-aligned eigenvectors of strain-rate and subgrid-scale stress tensors in turbulence generation Receptivity of a high-speed boundary layer to acoustic disturbances Turbulence and noise suppression of a high-speed jet by water injection Shock waves, dead zones and particle-free regions in rapid granular free-surface ows The inuence of the thermal diusivity of the lower boundary on eddy motion in convection Nonlinear theory of geostrophic adjustment. part 2. two-layer and continuously stratied primitive equations Direct numerical simulations of turbulent channel ow with transverse square bars on one wall Oscillatory thermocapillary convection in open cylindrical annuli. part 1. experiments under microgravity Oscillatory thermocapillary convection in open cylindrical annuli. part 2. simulations Intermodal energy transfers in a proper orthogonal decomposition-galerkin representation of a turbulent separated ow The eect of wall interactions in capillary-zone electrophoresis Wave trapping and upstream inuence in stratied ow of large depth Double-diusive and soret-induced convection in a shallow horizontal porous layer Anisotropy and energy ux in wall turbulence Heat propagation from a concentrated external energy source in a gas Fedorov AV. Krothapalli A. Venkatakrishnan L. Lourenco L. Greska B. Elavarasan R. Gray JMNT. Tai YC. Noelle S. Hunt JCR. Vrieling AJ. Nieuwstadt FTM. Fernando HJS. Zeitlin V. Reznik GM. Ben Jelloul M. Leonardi S. Orlandi P. Smalley RJ. Djenidi L. Antonia RA. Schwabe D. Zebib A. Sim BC. Sim BC. Zebib A. Schwabe D. Couplet M. Sagaut P. Basdevant C. Ghosal S. Prasad D. Akylas TR. Bahloul A. Boutana N. Vasseur P. Dunn DC. Morrison JF. Kurdyumov V. Sanchez AL. Linan A. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 1 23 47 63 91 101 131 147 181 207 231 251 271 289 303 339 363 381 Nonlinear distortion of travelling waves in variable-area ducts with entropy gradients Flow in a wavy-walled channel lined with a poroelastic layer Stochastic averaging of nonlinear ows in heterogeneous porous media Multiple states, stability and bifurcations of natural convection in a rectangular cavity with partially heated vertical walls Maximum drag reduction in a turbulent channel ow by polymer additives Interaction of sedimenting spheres with multiple surface roughness scales Comparing the two-dimensional cascades of vorticity and a passive scalar From spheres to circular cylinders: the stability and ow structures of blu ring wakes Nearly symmetric and nearly baroclinic instabilities in the presence of diusivity. part 1. growth rate patterns Remote recoil: a new wave-mean interaction eect Breakup in stochastic stokes ows: sub-kolmogorov drops in isotropic turbulence Nonlinear saturation of the rayleigh instability due to oscillatory ow in a liquidlined tube Experiments on highly supercritical thermal convection in a rapidly rotating hemispherical shell Instabilities of the stewartson layer part 1. the dependence on the sign of ro Thermocapillary instability and wave formation on a lm falling down a uniformly heated plane Modelling thrust generation of a two-dimensional heaving airfoil in a viscous ow Inertial instabilities of uid ow in precessing spheroidal shells Instabilities of granular material undergoing vertical vibrations: a uniformly driven layer 492 2003 Tyagi M. Sujith RI. Wei HH. Waters SL. Liu SQ. Grotberg JB. Tartakovsky DM. Guadagnini A. Riva M. Erenburg V. Gelfgat AY. Kit E. Bar-Yoseph PZ. Solan A. Min T. Cho H. Jung YY. Zhao Y. Davis RH. Dubos T. Babiano A. Sheard GJ. Thompson MC. Hourigan K. Xu Q. Buhler O. McIntyre ME. Cristini V. Blawzdziewicz J. Loewenberg M. Collins LR. Halpern D. Grotberg JB. Sumita I. Olson P. Hollerbach R. Kalliadasis S. Demekhin EA. Ruyer-Quil C. Velarde MG. Lewin GC. Haj-Hariri H. Lorenzani S. Tilgner A. Deng RS. Wang CH. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 1 31 59 89 121 151 181 191 On the linear stability of swept attachment-line boundary layer ow. part 1. spectrum and asymptotic behaviour On the linear stability of swept attachment-line boundary layer ow. part 2. non-modal eects and receptivity Observations of inertial waves in a rectangular basin with one sloping boundary Absolute and convective instability of a relaxational plane liquid jet Hydromagnetic edge waves and instability in reduction cells Nonlinear critical-layer evolution of a forced gravity wave packet Evolution of a vortex in a rotating conducting uid Transverse roll convection in horizontal plane couette ow 43 Horiuti K. 493 2003 Obrist D. Schmid PJ. Obrist D. Schmid PJ. Manders AMM. Maas LRM. Soderberg LD. Morris SJS. Davidson PA. Campbell LJ. Maslowe SA. Siso-Nadal F. Davidson PA. Graham WR. Yoshikawa Y. Akitomo K. 44 209 219 231 255 277 287 319 345 363 379 Birth of three-dimensionality in a pulsed jet through a circular orice A new family of uniform vortices related to vortex congurations before merging Structure and stability of the compressible stuart vortex On ne sediment transport by long waves in the swash zone of a plane beach Vortex-induced instability of an incompressible wall-bounded shear layer The three-dimensional instability of a strained vortex tube revisited Velocity measurements of a shear ow penetrating a porous medium Topological chaos in inviscid and viscous mixers Particle migration in pressure-driven ow of a brownian suspension An averaging method for nonlinear laminar ekman layers (vol 487, pg 81, 2003) Bolzon G. Zovatto L. Pedrizzetti G. Cerretelli C. Williamson CHK. O'Reilly G. Pullin DI. Pritchard D. Hogg AJ. Sengupta TK. De S. Sarkar S. Fukumoto Y. Tachie MF. James DF. Currie IG. Finn MD. Cox SM. Byrne HM. Frank M. Anderson D. Weeks ER. Morris JF. 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Journal of Fluids & Structures 1043 1059 1079 1095 1111 1123 1145 1161 1181 1203 1213 1237 Flow structure around two nite circular cylinders located in an atmospheric boundary layer: side-by-side arrangement Interference eect of an upstream larger cylinder on the lock-in vibration of a exibly mounted circular cylinder Vortex induced vibrations measured in service in the foinaven dynamic umbilical, and lessons from prediction Model study of noise eld in the human chest due to turbulent ow in a larger blood vessel Design of a tunnel-entrance hood with multiple windows and variable crosssection Applications of biorthogonal decompositions in uid-structure interactions A computational investigation of unsteady turbulent wake-boundary-layer interaction Methods of uid-structure coupling in frequency and time domains using linearized aerodynamics for turbomachinery A time-frequency technique for the stability analysis of impulse responses from nonlinear aeroelastic systems On the buckling and the strouhal law of uid columns: the case of turbulent jets and wakes Simulation of turbulent ows around a circular cylinder using nonlinear eddyviscosity modelling: steady and oscillatory ambient ows Self-sustained oscillations of shear ow past a slotted plate coupled with cavity resonance 17(8) 2003 Park CW. Lee SJ. Lam KM. To AP. Lyons GJ. Vandiver JK. Larsen CM. Ashcombe GT. Borisyuk AO. Howe MS. Hemon P. Santi F. Gete Z. Evans RL. Tran DM. Liauzun C. Labaste C. Dimitriadis G. Cooper JE. Cervantes JG. Solorio FJ. Mendez F. Saghaan M. Stansby PK. Saidi MS. Apsley DD. Ekmekci A. Rockwell D. Journal of Fluids & Structures 3 23 43 63 79 93 103 119 131 Nonlinear eects in transonic utter with emphasis on manifestations of limit cycle oscillations Random binary (coalescence) utter of a two-dimensional linear airfoil Aeroelastic instability of aircraft wings modelled as anisotropic composite thinwalled beams in incompressible ow Dynamic aero-structural response of an elastic wing model Flow excited resonance of a conned shallow cavity in low mach number ow and its control Eects of exible walls on radiated sound from a turbulent boundary layer Hysteresis phenomenon in the galloping oscillation of a square cylinder Piv measurements of near wake behind a u-grooved cylinder Vortex shedding behind a nonparallel pair of circular cylinders 18(1) 2003 Schewe G. Mai H. Dietz G. Poirel D. Price SJ. Qin Z. Librescu L. Kampchen M. Dafnis A. Reimerdes HG. Britten G. Ballmann J. Ziada S. Ng H. Blake CE. Zheng ZC. Luo SC. Chew YT. Ng YT. Lim HC. Lee SJ. Hiramoto R. Higuchi H. Journal of Fluids & Structures 147 149 165 179 197 215 Special issue - axial and internal ow uid-structure interactions - preface An excitation spectrum criterion for the vibration-induced fatigue of small bore pipes The dynamic response of coriolis mass ow meters Exact solution of linear hyperbolic four-equation system in axial liquid-pipe vibration Simulation of sloshing motions in xed and vertically excited containers using a 2-d inviscid sigma-transformed nite dierence solver Eect of gravity on a free-free elastic tank partially lled with incompressible liquid 18(2) 2003 Amabili M. de Langre E. Moussou P. Cheesewright R. Clark C. Belhadj A. Hou YY. Tijsseling AS. Frandsen JB. Borthwick AGL. Schotte JS. Ohayon R. 227 251 Reduced-order models for nonlinear vibrations of cylindrical shells via the proper orthogonal decomposition method Excitation and evolution of waves on an inhomogeneous exible wall in a mean ow Amabili M. Sarkar A. Paidoussis MP. Lucey AD. Sen PK. Carpenter PW. Journal of Fluids & Structures 269 271 287 305 325 347 367 387 405 425 441 455 Special issue - blu-body/ow interactions - preface Steady ow past a vertical surface-piercing circular cylinder Mesh shape preservation for ow-induced vibration problems Force coeÆcients and strouhal numbers of four cylinders in cross ow Aerodynamic characteristics of two side-by-side circular cylinders and application of wavelet analysis on the switching phenomenon Reduction of uid forces acting on a single circular cylinder and two circular cylinders by using tripping rods The eect of ow perturbations on the near wake characteristics of a circular cylinder Numerical simulation of turbulent wake ows behind two side-by-side cylinders Numerical aspects of simulating the ow-induced oscillations of a rectangular blu body Flow-induced vibration testing of replacement thermowell designs On uniform planar shear ow around a circular cylinder at subcritical reynolds number Numerical solutions of a viscous uniform approach ow past square and diamond cylinders 18(3-4) 2003 Dalton C. Tian CY. Paidoussis MP. Chaplin JR. Teigen P. So RMC. Liu Y. Lai YG. Lam K. Li JY. So RMC. Alam MM. Moriya M. Sakamoto H. Alam MM. Sakamoto H. Moriya M. Konstantinidis E. Balabani S. Yianneskis M. Chen L. Tu JY. Yeoh GH. Bunge U. Gurr A. Thiele F. Haslinger KH. Sumner D. Akosile OO. Dalton C. Zheng W. Journal of Fluids Engineering 749 758 767 779 786 796 806 813 823 835 843 851 863 871 880 887 895 902 910 922 927 Numerical analysis of cavitating ow of liquid helium in a converging-diverging nozzle A cavity wake model based on the viscous/inviscid interaction approach and its application to nonsymmetric cavity ows in inducers Experimental and numerical study of unsteady ow in a diuser pump at odesign conditions The inlet ow structure of a centrifugal compressor stage and its inuence on the compressor performance Eects of seal geometry on dynamic impeller uid forces and moments Supersonic through-ow fan blade cascade studies Unsteady gust response of road vehicles Integral solution for the mean ow proles of turbulent jets, plumes, and wakes Resolving turbulent wakes Mixing and entrainment characteristics of circular and noncircular conned jets Behavior of radial incompressible ow in pneumatic dimensional control systems Measurements of resistance of individual square-mesh screens to oscillating ow at low and intermediate reynolds numbers Turbulent boundary layers over surfaces smoothed by sanding Inuence of three-dimensional roughness on pressure-driven ow through microchannels Frictional performance of u-type wavy tubes An expermentally validated model for two-phase pressure drop in the intermittent ow regime for noncircular microchannels Out-of-plane motion eects in microscopic particle image velocimetry Modeling of the onset of gas entrainment through a nite-side branch Air entrainment processes in a circular plunging jet: void-fraction and acoustic measurements Capturing the pinch-o of liquid jets by the level set method On the water-entry-induced cavity closure for a wide range of entry speeds Journal of Intelligent Material Systems & Structures 475 483 497 Design and experimental verication of pseudoelastic-based constant-force springs Closed-loop position control of preisach hystereses Design and experimental validation of an adaptive neurocontroller for vibration suppression 45 125(5) 2003 Ishimoto J. Kamijo K. Semenov Y. Tsujimoto Y. Wang H. Tsukamoto H. Engeda A. Kim Y. Aungier R. Direnzi G. Yoshida Y. Tsujimoto Y. Morimoto G. Nishida H. Morii S. Chesnakas CJ. Ng WF. Filippone A. Agrawal A. Prasad AK. Jordan SA. Singh G. Sundararajan T. Bhaskaran KA. Roy G. Vo-Ngoc D. Nguyen DN. Florent P. Wakeland RS. Keolian RM. Schultz MP. Flack KA. Hu YD. Werner C. Li DQ. Chen IY. Lai YK. Wang CC. Garimella S. Killion JD. Coleman JW. Olsen MG. Bourdon CJ. Ahmed M. Hassan I. Esmail N. Chanson H. Manasseh R. Pan Y. Suga K. Lee M. 14(8) 2003 Soroushian P. Chowdhury H. Nossoni A. Gorbet RB. Morris KA. Jha R. He CL. 46 507 521 Theoretical and experimental investigation of the spatial ltering properties of a number of concentric annular strain sensors Experimental investigation of damage detection in composite material structures using a laser vibrometer and piezoelectric actuators Kidner MRF. Batton B. Johnson ME. Ghoshal A. Chattopadhyay A. Schulz MJ. Thornburgh R. Waldron K. Journal of Intelligent Material Systems & Structures 541 551 563 577 587 Modeling of a magnetorheological actuator including magnetic hysteresis Damping eects on the state-switched absorber used for vibration suppression Optimal sizes and placements of piezoelectric actuators and sensors for an inated torus Dynamic behavior of telescopic actuators Thermo-electro-mechanical behavior of ferroelectric materials - part i: a computational micromechanical model versus experimental results 14(9) 2003 An J. Kwon DS. Holdhusen MH. Cunefare KA. Jha AK. Inman DJ. Vendlinski J. Brei D. Mauck LD. Lynch CS. Journal of Intelligent Material Systems & Structures 605 623 633 643 657 Thermo-electro-mechanical behavior of ferroelectric materials part ii: introduction of rate and self-heating eects Shape memory mechanics of an elastic memory composite resin An equivalent circuit model for ionic polymer-metal composites and their performance improvement by a clay-based polymer nano-composite technique Piezoceramic telescopic actuator quasi-static experimental characterization Combined nite element analysis - genetic algorithm method for the design of ultrasonic motors 14(10) 2003 Weiland LM. Lynch CS. Abrahamson ER. Lake MS. Munshi NA. Gall K. Paquette JW. Kim KJ. Nam JD. Tak YS. Alexander PW. Brei D. Bouchilloux P. Uchino K. Journal of Intelligent Material Systems & Structures 671 677 693 707 719 Reversible shape change and energy conversion of semi-smart structure composed of ti-ni alloys and elastic metals Delta wing utter control using spatially optimized transducers Piezoelectric materials at elevated temperature Constitutive equations for an induced-strain bending actuator with a variable substrate A free energy model for hysteresis in ferroelectric materials 14(11) 2003 Nagai H. Ota H. Oishi R. Xu Y. Yoshida H. Richard RE. Clark RL. Schulz MJ. Sundaresan MJ. McMichael J. Clayton D. Sadler R. Nagel B. Leo DJ. Kothera C. Farinholt K. Smith RC. Seelecke S. Ounaies Z. Smith J. Journal of Microelectromechanical Systems 533 540 Force-controllable, optically driven micromachines fabricated by single-step twophoton micro stereolithography Optical detection of the coriolis force on a silicon micromachined gyroscope 550 Integrated magnetic sensing of electrostatically actuated thin-lm microbridges 557 567 Air damping in laterally oscillating microresonators: a numerical and experimental study Fluid damping in resonant exural plate wave device 577 Electrostatic charge and eld sensors based on micromechanical resonators 590 613 A microfabricated electrochemical oxygen generator for high-density cell culture arrays A microfabricated suspended-tube chemical reactor for thermally eÆcient fuel processing A hydrogel-actuated environmentally sensitive microvalve for active ow control 622 Microfabrication of palladium-silver alloy membranes for hydrogen separation 630 A microbubble-powered bioparticle actuator 600 12(5) 2003 Maruo S. Ikuta K. Korogi H. Annovazzi-Lodi V. 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Liang CT. Graham M. Smith CG. Xu CG. Fiez TS. Mayaram K. Seeger JI. Boser BE. Younis MI. Abdel-Rahman EM. Nayfeh A. Elata D. Bochobza-Degani O. Nemirovsky Y. Hao ZL. Wingeld B. Whitley M. Brooks J. Hammer JA. Greywall DS. Pai CS. Oh SH. Chang CP. Marom DM. Busch PA. Cirelli RA. Taylor JA. Klemens FP. Sorsch TW. Bower JE. Lai WYC. Soh HT. Greywall DS. Busch PA. Pardo F. Carr DW. Bogart G. Soh HT. Chan R. Lesnick R. Becher D. Feng M. Hautamaki C. Cao L. Zhou J. Mantell SC. Kim TS. Ma L. Antonsson EK. Xu Y. Tai YC. Huang A. Ho CM. Richter A. Kuckling D. Howitz S. Gehring T. Arndt KF. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics 1 13 33 65 Simple constitutive equation for linear polymer melts derived from molecular theory: rolie-poly equation Three-dimensional viscoelastic ows through a rectangular channel with a cavity Asymmetric ows of viscoelastic uids in symmetric planar expansion geometries Deformation of a newtonian drop in a viscoelastic matrix under steady shear ow - experimental validation of slow ow theory 114(1) 2003 Likhtman AE. Graham RS. Yamamoto T. Ishiyama M. Nakajima M. Nakamura K. Mori N. Oliveira PJ. Guido S. Simeone M. Greco F. Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics 83 109 149 185 197 229 Bubble dynamics in viscoelastic uids with application to reacting and nonreacting polymer foams Turbulent pipe ow predictions with a low reynolds number k-epsilon model for drag reducing uids A gnf framework for turbulent ow models of drag reducing uids and proposal for a k-epsilon type closure Planar contraction ow with a slip boundary condition A wavelet-galerkin method for simulating the doi model with orientationdependent rotational diusivity Parallel shear ows of uids with a pressure-dependent viscosity Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics 1 27 51 Drop pinch-o and lament dynamics of wormlike micellar uids Viscoplastic ow around a cylinder in an innite medium Natural element meshless simulation of ows involving short ber suspensions Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics 79 115 125 157 191 Characterization of chaotic thermal convection of viscoelastic uids Propagation of the interface in a uid suspension after the onset of shear ow A spectral vanishing viscosity method for stabilizing viscoelastic ows Linear stability analysis of time-dependent algorithms with spectral element methods for the simulation of viscoelastic ows A numerical study of the measurement of elongational viscosity of polymeric uids in a semihyperbolically converging die 47 114(2-3) 2003 Everitt SL. Harlen OG. Wilson HJ. Read DJ. Cruz DOA. Pinho FT. Pinho FT. Joshi YM. Denn MM. Suen JK. Nayak R. Armstrong RC. Brown RA. Renardy M. 115(1) 2003 Smolka LB. Belmonte A. De Besses BD. Magnin A. Jay P. Martinez MA. Cueto E. Doblare M. Chinesta F. 115(2-3) 2003 Abu-Ramadan E. Hay JM. Khayat RE. Nouar C. Riha R. Lefevre A. Ma X. Symeonidis V. Karniadakis GE. Fietier N. Deville MO. Feigl K. Tanner F. Edwards BJ. Collier JR. 48 Journal of Reinforced Plastics & Composites 1335 1353 1373 1389 1409 Design of cfrp composite connector for precast concrete elements Anchorage systems for masonry walls strengthened with frp composite laminates The use of frp composites in enhancing the structural behavior of timber beams Shear performance of frp reinforced concrete beams A framework for life-cycle cost assessment of composites in construction 22(15) 2003 Pantelides CP. Reaveley LD. McMullin PW. Tan KH. Patoary MKH. Roger CSK. Gilllan JR. Gilbert SG. Patrick GRH. Guadagnini M. Pilakoutas K. Waldron P. Hastak M. Mirmiran A. Richard D. Journal of Reinforced Plastics & Composites 1437 1455 1467 1477 1497 Numerical simulation on the void distribution in the ber mats during the lling stage of rtm Basic principles in materials selection for mechanical fastening of thermoplastics Water ingression and compression properties of epoxy containing ash particles with their surfaces containing paraÆn oil lm Eect of lamina material properties on dilatation and through-thickness poisson's ratio of angle-ply laminates Numerical simulation of three-dimensional mold lling in resin transfer molding 22(16) 2003 Chang CY. Shih MS. Kagan VA. Weitzel SP. Kishore SSM. Kulkarni SM. Yeh FL. Yeh HY. Shojaei A. Ghaarian SR. Karimian SMH. Journal of Sound & Vibration 405 407 443 453 465 481 493 515 535 553 573 585 601 613 625 645 655 667 677 687 699 711 First international isma workshop on noise and vibration in agricultural and biological engineering - leuven, belgium, 13-14 september 2000 - foreword Vibro-acoustic analysis procedures for the evaluation of the sound insulation characteristics of agricultural machinery cabins A study of vibration characteristics on a luxury wheelchair and a new prototype wheelchair Descriptive analysis of combine cabin vibrations and their eect on the human body Determination of the dynamical behaviour of biological materials during impact using a pendulum device A multibody dynamic approach for colliding particles Discrete element modelling for process simulation in agriculture Comparison between the discrete and nite element methods for modelling an agricultural spray boom - part 1: theoretical derivation Comparison between the discrete and nite element methods for modelling an agricultural spray boom - part 2: automatic procedure for transforming the equations of motion from force to displacement input and validation A generalized modelling technique for linearized motions of mechanisms with exible parts Design of an active suspension to suppress the horizontal vibrations of a spray boom Measurements and simulation on the comfort of forklifts Vibration control using self-organizing look-up tables System for vertical boom corrections on hilly elds Dierences in chewing sounds of dry-crisp snacks by multivariate data analysis Double adaptive notch lter for mechanical grain ow sensors First experiments on ultrasonic crop density measurement Considering the inuence of articial environmental noise to study cough timefrequency features Fuzzy approach for improved recognition of citric acid induced piglet coughing from continuous registration Analysis of pain-related vocalization in young pigs Parameter estimation and multivariable model building for the non-destructive, on-line determination of eggshell strength Experimental analysis of the dynamic, mechanical behaviour of a chicken egg 266(3) 2003 Ramon H. Hostens I. Desmet W. Pluymers B. Sas P. Hostens I. Papaioannou Y. Spaepen A. Ramon H. Hostens I. Ramon H. Van Zeebroeck M. Tijskens E. Van Liedekerke P. Deli V. De Baerdemaeker J. Ramon H. van Staeyen K. Tijskens E. Ramon H. Tijskens E. Ramon H. De Baerdemaeker J. Anthonis J. Ramon H. Anthonis J. Ramon H. Anthonis J. Hostens I. Mouazen AM. Moshou D. Ramon H. Anthonis J. Ramon H. Verschoore R. Pieters JG. Pollet IV. Moshou D. Ramon H. Deprez K. Anthonis J. Ramon H. De Belie N. Sivertsvik M. De Baerdemaeker J. Maertens K. Reyns P. De Baerdemaeker J. Maertens K. Reyns P. De Clippel J. De Baerdemaeker J. Van Hirtum A. Berckmans D. Van Hirtum A. Berckmans D. Marx G. Horn T. Thielebein J. Knubel B. von Borell E. De Ketelaere B. Vanhoutte H. De Baerdemaeker J. Coucke P. De Ketelaere B. De Baerdemaeker J. 49 Journal of Sound & Vibration 723 737 759 775 785 805 815 833 847 875 889 905 912 919 927 928 An alternative derivation of dynamic admittance matrix of piezoelectric cantilever bimorph A new exact substructure method using mixed modes Dynamics modelling of a exible hub-beam system with a tip mass Boundary feedback stabilization of the sine-gordon equation without velocity feedback A numerical study on the ow and sound elds of centrifugal impeller located near a wedge On-line detection of fatigue cracks using an automatic mode tracking technique Combined damage detection techniques The high frequency, transient response of a panel with attached masses Optimal control of structures with semiactive-tuned mass dampers Response of a strongly non-linear oscillator to narrowband random excitations Interaction due to mechanical sources in micropolar elastic medium with voids Sliding control accounting for hardware limitation of mechanical actuators with deadzone On the vibration analysis of rectangular clamped plates using the virtual work principle Approximation closure method of fpk equations Frequency response of a moderately thick antisymmetric cross-ply cylindrical panel using mixed type of fourier solution functions (vol 259, pg 809, 2003) Exact solution of the asymmetric mindlin's plate equations applied to a disk (vol 261, pg 153, 2003) 266(4) 2003 Lu P. Lee KH. Qiu JB. Williams FW. Qiu RX. Yang H. Hong JZ. Yu ZY. Kobayashi T. Jeon WH. Lee DJ. Vanlanduit S. Verboven P. Guillaume P. Vanlanduit S. Parloo E. Guillaume P. Reynolds RR. Provencher BD. Shesterikov SA. Aldemir U. Rong HW. Meng G. Wang XD. Xu W. Fang T. Kumar R. Choudhary S. Sheng J. Sun JQ. Arenas JP. Rong HW. Wang XD. Meng G. Xu W. Fang T. Kabir HRH. Al-Khalee AM. Chaudhuri RA. El-Raheb M. Journal of Sound & Vibration 929 943 957 967 981 993 1009 1025 1053 1079 1099 1109 1117 Multiple mode current owing passive piezoelectric shunt controller Modal parameter identication through gabor expansion of response signals Seismic response of bridge piers on elasto-plastic winkler foundation allowed to uplift Acoustic characteristics of annular cavities with locally non-uniform media Instability of the voltage transfer function for an mr103 microphone in a coupler calibration technique Finite element simulation of non-linear acoustic generation in a horn loudspeaker An inverse model of mr damper using optimal neural network and system identication A methodology for predicting impact-induced acoustic noise in machine systems Phononic band gaps and vibrations in one- and two-dimensional mass-spring structures Application of vortex sound theory to vortex-pairing noise: sensitivity to errors in ow data Natural frequencies of an immersed beam carrying a tip mass with rotatory inertia Vibration of wires used in electro-discharge machining Inuence of suspension damper asymmetry on vehicle vibration response to ground excitation 266(5) 2003 Behrens S. Moheimani SOR. Fleming AJ. Zhang ZY. Hua HX. Xu XZ. Huang Z. Chen XC. Lai YM. Choi HG. Yoo SW. Jeong JD. Lee JM. Horiuchi R. Fujimori T. Sato S. Tsuchiya T. Kagawa Y. Doi M. Tsuji T. Xia PQ. Oppenheimer CH. Dubowsky S. Jensen JS. Schram C. Hirschberg A. Oz HR. Shahruz SM. Rajalingham C. Rakheja S. Journal of Sound & Vibration 1 29 57 67 87 105 167 178 187 Computational analysis for dynamic response of a rotating shaft on exible support structure with clearances Exact dynamic and static stiness matrices of shear deformable thin-walled beamcolumns Material characterization of er uids at high frequency An elastodynamic solution of nite long orthotropic hollow cylinder under torsion impact Detecting cracks in a longitudinally vibrating beam with dissipative boundary conditions Automotive disc brake squeal [review] Exact modelling of kinetic energy in truss-type members Chatter identication with mutual information The relationship between the resonant and natural frequency for non-viscous systems 267(1) 2003 Hu K. Mourelatos ZP. Vlahopoulos N. Moon-Young K. Nam K. Hee-Taek Y. Kim J. Kim JY. Choi SB. Wang X. Xia XH. Hao WH. Dilena M. Morassi A. Kinkaid NM. O'Reilly OM. Papaclopoulos P. Ahmida KM. Arruda JRF. Berger B. Belai C. Anand D. Vinokur R. 50 Journal of Sound & Vibration 191 209 227 245 253 267 279 301 335 355 366 371 Forced vibration of euler-bernoulli beams by means of dynamic green functions Dynamic stability of a rotating beam with a constrained damping layer Symplectic analysis for periodical electro-magnetic waveguides Compensation for discarded singular values in vibro-acoustic inverse methods Cyclic statistics in rolling bearing diagnosis Flutter analysis of periodically supported curved panels Inuence of non-linear forces on beam behaviour in utter conditions A general linear mathematical model of power ow analysis and control for integrated structure-control systems Stochastic control of exible beam in random utter On the eigencharacteristics of multi-step rods carrying a tip mass subjected to non-homogeneous external viscous damping Free vibration of completely free coupled orthotropic rectangular plates Environmental vibration assessment and its applications in accelerated tests for medical devices 267(2) 2003 Abu-Hilal M. Lin CY. Chen LW. Zhong WX. Williams FW. Leung AYT. Moorhouse AT. Li L. Qu LS. Pany C. Parthan S. Tizzi S. Xiong YP. Xing JT. Price WG. Heo H. Cho YH. Kim DJ. Gurgoze M. Erol H. Shaee A. Alizadeh Y. Redekop D. Wu JS. Zhang RRC. Wu QM. Stevens KK. Journal of Sound & Vibration 385 387 397 407 419 431 439 447 469 485 497 509 523 537 549 565 575 591 605 621 637 651 663 675 689 701 709 721 739 Seventh international workshop on railway noise, 2001 Eurailnoise: a study of european priorities and strategies for railway noise abatement The new policy of the european commission for the abatement of railway noise Noise-impact estimates per fta and apta criteria Environmental integration of measures to reduce railway noise in the brussels capital region The stairrs project, work package 1: a cost-eectiveness analysis of railway noise reduction on a european scale How the money machine may help to reduce railway noise in europe Identication, modelling and reduction potential of railway noise sources: a critical survey Experimental analysis of wheel noise emission as a function of the contact point location On the impact noise generation due to a wheel passing over rail joints Squeal noise of rail-bound vehicles inuenced by lateral contact position Extended validation of a theoretical model for railway rolling noise using novel wheel and track designs The inuence of the contact zone on the excitation of wheel/rail noise Numerical prediction of rail roughness growth on tangent railway tracks A full-scale test rig for railway rolling noise: simulation and measurement of dynamic wheelset-track interaction Eect of track stiness on vibration levels in railway tunnels Prediction and measurements of vibrations from a railway track lying on a peaty ground A dynamic model for an asymmetrical vehicle/track system Modelling of soil vibrations from railway tunnels A comparison of a theoretical model for quasi-statically and dynamically induced environmental vibration from trains with measurements Impact of sound and vibration of the north-south high-speed railway connection through the city of antwerp belgium Potential low frequency ground vibration (< 6.3 hz) impacts from underground lrt operations Street-running lrt may not aect a neighbour's sleep Train noise reduction scenarios for compliance with future noise legislation Recent developments in noise research at deutsche bahn (noise assessment, noise source localization and specially monitored track) Application of metarail railway noise measurement methodology: comparison of three track systems Skirts and barriers for reduction of wayside noise from railway vehicles - an experimental investigation with application to the br185 locomotive A double tuned rail damper - increased damping at the two rst pinned-pinned frequencies Evaluation of wheel dampers on an intercity train 267(3) 2003 Hanson CE. Kalivoda M. Danneskiold-Samsoe U. Kruger F. Barsikow B. Lundstrom A. Jacker-Cuppers M. Hubner P. Staiano MA. Van Doninck N. Schillemans L. Oertli J. de Vos P. Talotte C. Gautier PE. Thompson DJ. Hanson C. Bracciali A. Piccioli F. Wu TX. Thompson DJ. de Beer FG. Janssens MHA. Kooijman PP. Jones CJC. Thompson DJ. Thompson DJ. Nielsen JCO. Hartung CF. Vernersson T. Cox SJ. Wang A. Picoux B. Rotinat R. Regoin JP. Le Houedec D. Hou K. Kalousek J. Dong R. Gardien W. Stuit HG. Sheng X. Jones CJC. Thompson DJ. Schillemans L. Wolf S. Sarkar SK. Wang JN. Leth S. Schulte-Werning B. Jager K. Strube R. Willenbrink L. Kalivoda M. Kudrna M. Presle G. Frid A. Maes J. Sol H. Farm J. 749 761 A reduced-scale railway noise barrier's insertion loss and absorption coeÆcients: comparison of eld measurements and predictions Local control of noise and vibration with keltrack (tm) friction modier and protector (tm) trackside application: an integrated solution Eadie DT. Santoro M. Powell W. Journal of Sound & Vibration 773 787 809 851 867 879 893 913 933 955 961 967 Structural modal excitation using travelling impulses - force frequency shifting An eÆcient method for switching branches of period-doubling bifurcations of strongly non-linear autonomous oscillators with many degrees of freedom Vibration sensitive behaviour of a connecting angle. case of coupled beams and plates Active vibration control for structural-acoustic coupling system of a 3-d vehicle cabin model Eigenfrequency spacing analysis and eigenmode breakdown for semi-stadium-type 2-d elds Passive vibration control of a satellite boom structure by geometric optimization using genetic algorithm Periodic solution nder for an impact oscillator with a drift Combined parametrical transverse and in-plane harmonic response of an inclined stretched string Vibration and stability of cracked hollow-sectional beams Sensitivity of the eigenvalues of beams to the change of element correction factors Shear eects in aeroacoustic predictions Transverse vibrations of simply supported rectangular plates with two rectangular cutouts 267(4) 2003 Koss LL. Chung KW. Chan CL. Xu J. Ouisse M. Guyader JL. Song CK. Hwang JK. Lee JM. Hedrick JK. Fujisaka Y. Tohyama M. Moshre-Torbati M. Keane AJ. Elliott SJ. Brennan MJ. Rogers E. Pavlovskaia E. Wiercigroch M. Caswita. Van Der Burgh AHP. Zheng DY. Fan SC. Lee GM. Singer BA. Lockard DP. Avalos DR. Laura PAA. Journal of Sound & Vibration 979 1007 1029 1047 1065 1085 1107 1127 1143 1157 1169 1175 1184 Active sound scatterers based on the jmc method On the transversal vibrations of a conveyor belt with a low and time-varying velocity. part ii: the beam-like case Fully coupled vibrations of actively controlled drillstrings Interaction of eigenvalues in multi-parameter problems A method to determine dynamic loads on spur gear teeth and on bearings Dynamic behaviour of structures in large frequency range by continuous element methods An analytical model to predict the response of uid-lled shells to impact - a model for blunt head impacts Resonance characteristics of high-speed trains passing simply supported bridges Determination of the steady state response of viscoelastically point-supported rectangular specially orthotropic plates by an energy-based nite dierence method Non-parametric identication of non-linear oscillating systems Asymptotical behaviour of a system with damping and high power-form nonlinearity A re-examination of geometric compatibility and shape function admissibility in rayleigh-ritz based substructure synthesis Controlling chaotic instability of cutting process by high-frequency excitation: a numerical investigation 267(5) 2003 Uosukainen S. Suweken G. Van Horssen WT. Christoforou AP. Yigit AS. Seyranian AP. Mailybaev AA. Vedmar L. Andersson A. Casimir JB. Vinh T. Duforet C. Young PG. Ju SH. Lin HT. Kocaturk T. Altintas GB. Peifer M. Timmer J. Voss HU. Andrianov IV. Awrejcewicz J. Johnson DA. Chatterjee S. Singha TK. Journal of Sound & Vibration 1 15 33 49 71 85 103 115 In-plane antisymmetric response of cables through bifurcation under symmetric sinusoidally time-varying load Dynamic analysis of an optical ber coupler in telecommunications Non-stationary processes of rotor/bearing system in bifurcations System mode approach for analysis of horizontal vibration of 3-d two-link exible manipulators The eect of cable loosening on seismic response of a prestressed concrete cablestayed bridge Formulation and validation of a ritz-based analytical model of high-frequency periodically layered isolators in compression Experimental analysis of a high-speed railway bridge under thalys trains Dynamics modelling of beams with shunted piezoelectric elements 51 Busch TA. Nugent RE. 268(1) 2003 Takahashi K. Wu Q. Nakamura S. Cheng G. Zu JW. Ding Q. Leung AYT. Cheong J. Youm Y. Wu Q. Takahashi K. Nakamura S. Sze JT. Smith EC. Lesieutre GA. Xia H. De Roeck G. Zhang N. Maeck J. Park CH. 52 131 149 167 177 201 209 Dispersion of waves and characteristic wave surfaces in functionally graded piezoelectric plates Dynamic stability of spinning pretwisted beams subjected to axial random forces Determination of uncertainty in environmental noise measurements by bootstrap method An improved criterion of gaussian equivalent linearization for analysis of nonlinear stochastic systems A discrete-time, optimal, active vibration absorber On the periodic solutions of a generalized non-linear van der pol oscillator Liu GR. Dai KY. Han X. Ohyoshi T. Young TH. Gau CY. Farrelly FA. Brambilla G. Anh ND. Hung LX. Bhatta P. Sinha A. Waluya SB. van Horssen WT. Journal of Sound & Vibration 217 Transient response of a hydraulic engine mount 249 Conditions for the excitation of interface waves in a thin unconsolidated sediment layer Importance sampling for randomly excited dynamical systems A stochastic approach to cable dynamics with moving rivulets An actuator for the n=2 circumferential mode of a pipe On the inuence of lateral vibrations of supports for an axially moving string Non-linear vibrations of a simple-simple beam with a non-ideal support in between Collision dynamics of two adjacent oscillators Energy dissipation prediction in a line of colliding oscillators Time-domain numerical computation of noise reduction by diraction and nite impedance of barriers On-line non-destructive evaluation and control of wood-based panels by vibration analysis Free vibration of an innite magneto-electro-elastic cylinder Letter to the editor Letter to the editor - author's reply 269 291 305 323 331 343 361 385 403 413 427 428 268(2) 2003 Adiguna H. Tiwari M. Singh R. Tseng HE. Hrovat D. Ainslie MA. Macke M. Bucher C. Cao DQ. Tucker RW. Wang C. Variyart W. Brennan MJ. van Horssen WT. Pakdemirli M. Boyaci H. Pinnington RJ. Pinnington RJ. Lim CW. Cheong C. Shin SR. Lee S. Bos F. Casagrande SB. Buchanan GR. Pujara KK. Kim JH. Journal of Sound & Vibration 429 465 485 503 525 543 555 581 601 617 627 632 635 A spectral nite element for analysis of wave propagation in uniform composite tubes Dynamic analysis of solid propellant grains subjected to ignition pressurization loading Dynamic studies of railtrack sleepers in a track structure system Non-linear dual-axis biodynamic response to vertical whole-body vibration Estimation of power transmission to a exible receiver from a sti source using a power mode approach Three-to-one internal resonances in a general cubic non-linear continuous system Application of generalized complex modes to the calculation of the forced response of three-dimensional poroelastic materials An improved model of er uids in squeeze-ow through model updating of the estimated yield stress Vibration reduction in piecewise bi-coupled periodic structures Inuence of fastener placement on vibration-induced loosening Condition of chaotic vibration in a centrifugal governor Comments on "chaos and chaos synchronization of a symmetric gyro with linearplus-cubic damping" Comments on "chaos and chaos synchronization of a symmetric gyro with linearplus-cubic damping" - author's reply 268(3) 2003 Mahapatra DR. Gopalakrishnan S. Chyuan SW. Kumaran G. Menon D. Nair KK. Nawayseh N. GriÆn MJ. Ji L. Mace BR. Pinnington RJ. Pakdemirli M. Ozkaya E. Dazel O. Sgard F. Lamarque CH. El Wahed AK. Sproston JL. Stanway R. Williams EW. Romeo F. Luongo A. Pai NG. Hess DP. Zhu Q. Ishitobi M. Nagano S. Van Dooren R. Chen HK. Journal of Strain Analysis for Engineering Design 377 395 405 419 429 443 Quadrilateral nite elements for multilayer sandwich plates Evaluation of plastic limit load of piping branch junctions subjected to out-ofplane moment loadings A review of the general theory of thermoelastic stress analysis [review] The eect of high compressive loading on residual stresses and fatigue crack growth at cold expanded holes Stress analysis of v-notches with and without cracks, with application to foreign object damage Fatigue design in the presence of stress concentrations 38(5) 2003 Nayak AK. Moy SSJ. Shenoi RA. Xuan FZ. Li PN. Tu ST. Pitarresi G. Patterson EA. Stefanescu D. Dutta M. Wang DQ. Edwards L. Fitzpatrick ME. Nowell D. Dini D. Duo P. Susmel L. Taylor D. 453 459 469 483 Delamination modelling of a curved composite beam subjected to an opening bending moment X-ray residual stress analysis of cylindrically curved surfaces - estimation of circumferential distributions of residual stresses Experimental investigation of corner-supported architectural glazing under pulse pressure loading Strain-concentration factor of plane-strain notched rectangular bars under pure bending Oguri T. Murata K. Sato Y. Goodfellow AM. Schleyer GK. Majima T. Ishizaka T. Journal of Vibration & Acoustics 249 252 257 267 274 282 290 299 307 317 324 328 335 343 351 359 365 374 384 389 398 405 407 Spectrum of high-frequency acoustic noise in inviscid liquid-linear approximation for spherical waves Theory on pitch noise and its application Investigation of the sound transmission into an advanced grid-stiened structure Optimal stiener design for interior sound reduction using a topology optimization based approach New evaluation method on gear dynamics using continuous and discrete wavelet transforms A stochastic model for simulation and diagnostics of rolling element bearings with localized faults Nonlinear dynamic analysis of a rotor shaft system with viscoelastically supported bearings Nonlinear parameter estimation in rotor-bearing system using volterra series and method of harmonic probing Eect of thrust magnetic bearing on stability and bifurcation of a exible rotor active magnetic bearing system Torsional vibration analysis of complicated multi-branched shafting systems by modal synthesis method Study on the dynamics of a rotor in a maneuvering aircraft Control of self-excited vibration of a rotor system with active gas bearings Vibration of ex circuits in hard disk drives Vibration control of a traveling suspended system using wave absorbing control Dynamic stiness formulation and its application for a combined beam and a two degree-of-freedom system Eect of damping on asymmetric systems The eect of actuator and sensor placement on the active control of rotor unbalance Robust control of a 2d acoustic enclosure Active vibration suppression with time delayed feedback Bayesian model screening for the identication of nonlinear mechanical structures Closed-form exact solution to h-innity optimization of dynamic vibration absorbers (application to dierent transfer functions and damping systems) Determining stability boundaries using gyroscopic eigenfunctions Rotor isolation for vibration and noise reduction 125(3) 2003 Likhterov L. Berman A. Nakajima Y. Vipperman JS. Li DY. Avdeev I. Lane SA. Luo J. Gea HC. Ohue Y. Yoshida A. Antoni J. Randall RB. Shabaneh N. Zu JW. Chatterjee A. Vyas NS. Ho YS. Liu H. Yu L. Zou CP. Chen DS. Hua HX. Lin FS. Meng G. Qiu J. Tani J. Kwon T. Wickert JA. Saigo M. Tani K. Usui H. Banerjee JR. Gallina P. Johnson ME. Nascimento LP. Kasarda M. Fuller CR. Pota HR. Petersen IR. Kelkar AG. Sipahi R. Olgac N. Kerschen G. Golinval JC. Hemez FM. Asami T. Nishihara O. Renshaw AA. Brungart TA. Riggs ET. Journal of Vibration & Acoustics 413 417 423 427 434 441 445 448 455 462 471 477 Foreword - special issue: the contributions of jorgen w. lund to rotor dynamics Instability boundary for rotor-hydrodynamic bearing systems, part 1: jecott rotor with external damping Instability boundary for rotor-hydrodynamic bearing systems, part 2: rotor with external exible damped support Three-dimensional cfd rotordynamic analysis of gas labyrinth seals Jorgen lund: a perspective on his contributions to modern rotor bearing dynamics The scientic work of jorgen lund and a personal assessment of its signicance The multiple contributions of jorgen lund's ph.d. dissertation, self-excited, stationary whirl orbits of a journal in sleeve bearings, rpi, 1966, engineering mechanics Lund's tilting pad journal bearing pad assembly method Lund's elliptic orbit forced response analysis: the keystone of modern rotating machinery analysis Lund's contribution to rotor stability: the indispensable and fundamental basis of modern compressor design Application of lund's stability analysis program in design of modern turbomachinery Some unusual cases of rotor instability 53 Wang W. Shenoi RA. 125(4) 2003 Kirk RG. Bergman LA. Guo ZL. Kirk RG. Guo ZL. Kirk RG. Moore JJ. Smalley AJ. Rieger NF. Childs DW. Jordan LT. Nicholas JC. Kirk RG. Gunter EJ. De Choudhury P. Olsson KO. 54 482 489 495 500 Jorgen w. lund: theories versus tests, part 1: balancing and response of exible rotors Jorgen w. lund: theories versus tests, part 2: damped critical speeds of rotors and uid lm bearing characteristics Inertia eects in squeeze-lm damper bearings generated by circumferential oil supply groove Usage of the lund rotordynamic programs in the analysis of centrifugal compressors Tonnesen J. Tonnesen J. Lund JW. Myllerup CM. Hartmann H. Memmott EA. Journal of Vibration & Control 1023 1041 1057 1083 1093 A self-organizing fuzzy controller for an active suspension system Design of an actuated exible arm for improved vibration properties Wave propagation in periodic stiened shells: spectral nite element modeling and experiments Dynamic response of a supported beam to oscillatory moving masses Vibration control of the platform system with hydraulic supports 9(9) 2003 Huang SJ. Lin WC. Moallem M. Patel RV. Khorasani K. Solaroli G. Gu Z. Baz A. Ruzzene M. Mackertich S. Tang YG. Ding Q. Chen YS. Journal of Vibration & Control 1103 1121 1141 1159 1189 1201 Machine condition monitoring using signal classication techniques Optimization of engine mount characteristics using experimental/numerical analysis Convergence analysis of an inverse exible manipulator model algorithm Modeling of a beam and a rotor with an edge crack using dissimilar elements Structure-borne power transmission in thin naturally orthotropic plates: general case Seismic response of base-isolated liquid storage tanks 9(10) 2003 Pan MC. Sas P. Van Brussel H. Foumani MS. Khajepour A. Durali M. Bigras P. Saad M. O'Shea J. Nandi A. Neogy S. Mandal NK. Abd Rahman R. Leong MS. Shrimali MK. Jangid RS. Journal of Vibration & Control 1221 1231 1249 1265 1285 1303 An exact solution for the natural frequencies of exible beams undergoing overall motions On the weakly damped vibrations of a string attached to a spring mass dashpot system The semi-empirical and empirical models for predicting sound absorption coeÆcients for a novel porous laminated composite material Propagation of s-h waves in laminated composites: a gradient elasticity approach Adaptive control of structural acoustics using intelligent structures with embedded piezoelectric patches Vibration of elastically coupled cantilever beams using greens's functions 9(11) 2003 Nayfeh AH. Emam SA. Preidikman S. Mook DT. Darmawijoyo. Van Horssen WT. Yang TL. Chen RS. Altan BS. Miskioglu I. Vilmann CR. Ma K. Melcher J. Mohamad AS. Al-Jawi AAN. JSME International Journal Series BFluids & Thermal Engineering 349 356 366 377 385 392 399 408 Numerical analysis on a ow eld of liquid metals under a magnetic eld, using a spectral nite dierence scheme Eects of the tip clearance on vortical ow and its relation to noise in an axial ow fan Comparison between triangular cylinder and screen near-wakes in the orthogonal wavelet representation Eects of sidewall temperature on the ow pattern and the bifurcation to chaos of rayleigh-benard cells in an enclosure (aspect ratio of enclosure: 6 : 4 : 1) Analyses on the performance and interaction between the impeller and casing in a small-size turbo-compressor Performance comparison of single-phase forced-oscillating-ow heat-pipes Allowable repetition frequency of pulse heating in microactuators using rapid boiling (eects of heater size and substrate material) Persistence of laminar amelet structure under highly turbulent combustion 46(3) 2003 Im K. Mochimaru Y. Jang CM. Fukano T. Furukawa M. Li H. Zhou Y. Koizumi H. Kim YJ. Kim DW. Nishio S. Tanaka H. Okuyama K. Kim JH. Iida Y. Yamamoto K. Nishizawa Y. Onuma Y. 416 425 434 451 The eects of ame stretch on outwardly propagating ames Time-resolved analysis of turbulent mixing ow characteristics of intermittent multi-hole diesel spray using 2-d pdpa Impingement heat transfer of reciprocating jet array The eect of intake boost pressure on mk (modulated kinetics) combustion Tanoue K. Shimada F. Hamatake T. Lee JK. Kang SJ. Rho B. Su LM. Chang SW. Chiou SF. Lee TW. Reitz RD. JSME International Journal Series CMechanical Systems Machine Elements & Manufacturing 797 798 807 813 819 828 835 841 848 854 861 867 873 881 891 900 908 916 923 931 938 946 953 960 967 973 982 991 1000 1010 1017 1026 1035 1042 1051 1062 Special issue on advances in motion and vibration control technology - foreword Inertial vibration damping of a exible base manipulator Vibration isolation system using negative stiness Compliance cancellation for a magnetic guide using a smart multitasking active vibration control algorithm Vibration servo control design for mechanical resonant modes of a hard-disk-drive actuator Application of two-degree-of-freedom control to multi-axis electrodynamic shaking system using-synthesis and adaptive lter Multi-mode control for an active isolation system with an elastic table Independent modal control system design method via modal matrix estimation based on subspace method Performance of an active mass driver system on a ve storey benchmark model Development of active-damping bridges and its application to triple high-rise buildings Detection of component failures for smart structure control systems Active progressive wave control of a simply supported plate Control of uid-structure-sound interaction mechanisms by means of synthetic jets Development and control of mine detection robot comet-ii and comet-iii Robust control of multiple discrete frequency vibration components in rotor magnetic bearing systems High performance capacitive position sensing device for compact active magnetic bearing spindles Vibration control for an implantable blood pump on a bearingless slice motor Prole and surface measurement tool for high aspect-ratio microstructures Development of power assisting suit - (miniaturization of supply system to realize wearable suit) Control of an omni-directional power-assisted cart Lqr controller for toroidal continuously variable transmission in reverse motion Intelligent failure-proof control using cubic neural network - (application to a control problem of swung up and stabilized double pendulum) Design method of gain-scheduled control system considering actuator saturation - (experimental verication for cart and inverted pendulum system) A design method of sliding mode controller for servo-systems subject to actuator saturation Adaptive force control for unknown environment using sliding mode controller with variable hyperplane Adaptive impact shot control by pendulum-like juggling system A study on the propulsive mechanism of a double jointed sh robot utilizing self-excitation control Design of composite hip prostheses considering the long-term behavior of the femur Structural design optimization for reducing sound radiation from a vibrating plate using a genetic algorithm Verication of the mechanism of the head-positioning error caused by disk utter and slider supporting structure for reducing head-positioning error The minimization method of measuring errors for balancing asymmetrical rotors Accuracy of fault detection in real rotating machinery using model based diagnostic techniques Fault diagnosis system for rotary machine based on fuzzy neural networks Research on fuzzy i-pd preview control for nonlinear system Adaptive fuzzy control of electrostrictive polymer actuator for the endoscopic microcapsule Nanoaccuracy position control of a pneumatic cylinder driven table 55 46(3) 2003 Mizuno T. Suda Y. George LE. Book WJ. Mizuno T. Toumiya T. Takasaki M. Ruskowski M. Reicke L. Popp K. Atsumi T. Arisaka T. Shimizu T. Yamaguchi T. Uchiyama Y. Fujita M. Shono T. Nagasaka N. Nishi M. Takagi Y. Watanabe T. Seto K. Takanashi H. Adachi S. Wakui S. Samali B. Al-Dawod M. Li JC. Asano M. Yamano Y. Yoshie K. Koike Y. Nakagawa K. Murata T. Okubo H. Sakano A. Tanaka N. Ziada S. Nonami K. Huang QJ. Komizo D. Fukao Y. Asai Y. Shiraishi Y. Fujimoto M. Ikedo Y. Cole MOT. Keogh PS. Burrows CR. Zoethout J. Boletis A. Bleuler H. Huettner C. Pourciel JB. Jalabert L. Masuzawa T. Yamamoto K. Ishii M. Hyodo K. Yoshimitsu T. Matsuo T. Maeda H. Fujiwara S. Kitano H. Yamashita H. Fukunaga H. Mensler M. Kawabe T. Joe S. Takahashi M. Yoshida K. Itagaki N. Nishimura H. Takagi K. Yokoyama M. Tohta Y. Saitoh K. Iwasaki M. Tsujiuchi N. Koizumi T. Suzuki S. Furuta K. Shiratori S. Nakashima M. Ohgishi N. Ono K. Lim JW. Jeong JY. Ha SK. Kaneda S. Yu Q. Shiratori M. Motoyama K. Imai S. Kang Y. Chiang CP. Wang CC. Lin TW. Chui YJ. Bachschmid N. Pennacchi P. Zhang S. Asakura T. Xu XL. Xu BJ. Wang D. Aida K. Hwang K. Kim H. Pai KR. Shih MC. 56 1068 1075 1084 1091 1100 1108 1112 1121 1130 1142 1151 1160 1171 1178 Two-step design method for robust repetitive control systems A study on robot-human system with consideration of individual preferences (1st report, construction of a planar-two-degrees-of-freedom robot system for handing over motion based on image processing) A lagrangian formulation in terms of quasi-coordinates for the inverse dynamics of the general 6-6 stewart platform manipulator Robust force control of a 6-link electro-hydraulic manipulator Tracking and almost disturbance decoupling for nonlinear systems with uncertainties Lmi stability criterion for uncertain systems with multiple time delays An analytic algorithm for simulation of stick-slip friction Sequential fuzzy diagnosis for plant machinery Analysis of exible insertion assembly of polygonal pegs Constructing the boundaries of swept volumes for screw motions Durability of cutting performance of a knife and micro-structural change of a knife edge Fundamental research on hobbing of austempered ductile iron gear - (inuence of graphite particle on machinability) Bending load capacity enhancement using an asymmetric tooth prole - (1st report, inuences of pressure angle on tooth root stress and bending stiness) Vibration and sound-radiation analysis for designing a low-noise gearbox with a multi-stage helical gear system Yamada K. Arakawa T. Hoshi H. Okuyama T. Jindai M. Shibata S. Yamamoto T. Shimizu A. Chen CT. Ahn K. Yokota S. Chen CC. Chien TL. Wei CL. Lien CH. Chen JD. Yu KW. Wu RH. Tung PC. Chen P. Toyota T. Cheng CC. Chen GS. Kim JJ. Takekoshi K. Gotoh M. Matsuoka H. Tsuda Y. Ono H. Deng G. Nakanishi T. Inoue K. Tanaka E. Houjoh H. Mutoh D. Motoshiromizu H. Ohno K. Tanaka N. Meccanica 39 611 613 Professor solari is the rst iawe president Untitled - preface An overview on non-ideal vibrations 623 643 A trigger of coupled singularities On the development of negative pressure in oil lm and the characteristics of journal bearing Stabilization of parametric vibrations of a nonlinear continuous system Transversal dynamics of one-dimensional chain on nonlinear asymmetric substrate Designing a linear structure with a local nonlinear attachment for enhanced energy pumping Dynamics investigation of three coupled rods with a horizontal barrier Holomorphic ows on simply connected regions have no limit cycles Frictional phenomena in dynamical system with two-frequency excitation Note on chaos in three degree of freedom dynamical system with double pendulum Vibration problems in selected torsional mechanical systems The application of intelligent technology on a multi-variable dynamical system Inuence of tribological processes on a chaotic motion of a bush in a cylinder-bush system Active stabilization of a rotating shaft transmitting static torque 659 669 677 687 699 711 719 731 739 749 763 38(6) 2003 Rega G. Awrejcewicz J. Balthazar JM. Mook DT. Weber HI. Brasil RMLRF. Fenili A. Belato D. Felix JLP. Hedrih K. Someya T. Tylikowski A. Manevitch LI. Pervouchine VP. Vakakis AF. Awrejcewicz J. Kudra G. Lamarque CH. Broughan KA. Bogacz R. Ryczek B. Sado D. Gajos K. Pielorz A. Naidoo P. Awrejcewicz J. Pyryev Y. Przybylowicz PM. Meccanica 1 17 31 47 63 77 81 The modal analysis of a motorcycle in straight running and on a curve A numerical solution of the inverse problem in classical celestial mechanics, with application to mercury's motion Modal model identication with unknown nonstationary base motion On gear modelling in multistage rotary vane engines Investigation of the dynamic behavior of a griÆth crack in a piezoelectric material strip subjected to the harmonic elastic anti-plane shear waves by use of the nonlocal theory Consequences of 'changes' of material metric in simple bodies Modelling of cyclic mechanical behaviour of 316sph steel by a non-linear relaxations approach 39(1) 2004 Cossalter V. Lot R. Maggio F. Arminjon M. Capecchi D. De Angelis M. Sepe V. Librovich B. Tucker RW. Wang C. Zhou ZG. Sun YG. Wang B. Mariano PM. Ayadi Z. Martin B. Leclercq S. Nivoit M. Cunat C. Meccanica 97 105 Some remarks on the rule of the middle third Nonlinear analysis of experimental time series of a straight turning process 39(2) 2004 Buratti G. Litak G. Rusinek R. Teter A. 113 125 139 147 159 175 181 Mixed boundary value problem in a non-homogeneous medium under steady distribution of temperature Thermal stresses in plane strain of porous elastic solids Exponential stability of solutions of swelling porous elastic soils On the optimal shape of a compressed rotating rod On the logical status of the virtual work law Flow of an electrorheological uid in small clearances Possible ball-like formations of the beltrami ow eld Rokne J. Singh BM. Dhaliwal RS. Vrbik J. Iesan D. Nappa L. Quintanilla R. Atanackovic TM. Capecchi D. Capriz G. Azzoni VD. Chu RKH. Mechanics of Advanced Materials & Structures 285 335 Progressive damage simulation of thick viscoelastic laminate with homogenization technique Buckling of laminated composite plates by a new element based on higher order shear deformation theory Modeling of three-phase brous composite using the asymptotic homogenization method Identication of elastic properties of composite laminates 353 Size scales for accurate homogenization in the presence of severe stress gradients 303 319 10(4) 2003 Noh JH. Whitcomb JD. Chakrabarti A. Sheikh AH. Guinovart-Diaz R. Rodriguez-Ramos R. Bravo-Castillero J. Sabina FJ. Rikards R. Abramovich H. Green T. Auzins J. Chate A. Yuan FG. Pagano NJ. Mechanics of Materials 943 955 969 987 1003 Screw dislocation interacting with imperfect interface A continuum model for granular materials taking into account the no-tension eect An experimental study of the superelastic eect in a shape-memory nitinol alloy under biaxial loading Experiments and modelling of the compressive behaviour of two sic ceramics Thermal failure mechanism and failure threshold of sic particle reinforced metal matrix composites induced by laser beam 35(10) 2003 Fan H. Wang GF. Nguyen VH. Duhamel D. Nedjar B. McNaney JM. Imbeni V. Jung Y. Papadopoulos P. Ritchie RO. Forquin P. Denoual C. Cottenot CE. Hild F. Zhou YC. Long SG. Liu YW. Mechanics of Materials 1023 1049 1059 1077 1089 Thermomechanical response of dh-36 structural steel over a wide range of strain rates and temperatures Number of grains necessary to homogenize elastic materials with cubic symmetry Analysis of an elliptical crack parallel to a bimaterial interface under tension Steady state crack propagation in a piezoelectric layer bonded between two orthotropic layers Inverse analysis method to nd local constitutive relations Mechanics of Materials 1107 1127 1139 1149 1161 1177 Supercritical matrix microcracking in brittle matrix plain weave composites under uniaxial tension Numerical and experimental analysis of superplastic-like uniaxial tensile necking of coarse-grained ly-12 Modeling of deformation behavior and strain-induced crystallization in poly(ethylene terephthalate) above the glass transition temperature Molecular reorganization in wood Metal foams as compact high performance heat exchangers Mixed-mode j-integral formulation and implementation using graded elements for fracture analysis of nonhomogeneous orthotropic materials (vol 35, pg 107, 2003) Mechanics of Structures & Machines 0 297 315 Special issue on virtual nonlinear multibody systems - preface Simulation of railway vehicles: necessities and applications Railway vehicle dynamics: some aspects of wheel-rail contact modeling and optimization of running gears 57 35(11) 2003 Nemat-Nasser S. Guo WG. Nygards M. Noda NA. Ohzono R. Chen MC. Kwon SM. Lee KY. Hori M. 35(12) 2003 Haan SI. Charalambides PG. Kuhn JL. Patterson MCL. Wu YQ. Zhang KS. Ahzi S. Makradi A. Gregory RV. Edie DD. Karenlampi PP. Tynjala P. Strom P. Boomsma K. Poulikakos D. Zwick F. Kim JH. Paulino GH. 31(3) 2003 Zahariev E. Bestle D. Schupp G. Kovalev R. Yazykov VN. Mikhalchenko GS. Pogorelov DY. 58 335 357 381 413 433 Solving nonconvex problems of multibody dynamics with joints, contact, and small friction by successive convex relaxation Multibody simulation model of human walking Solution of redundant muscle forces in human locomotion with multibody dynamics and optimization tools State-space generalized predictive control for redundant parallel robots Contact simulation for many particles considering adhesion Anitescu M. Hart GD. Wojtyra M. Silva MPT. Ambrosio JAC. Belda K. Bohm J. Valasek M. Muth B. Eberhard P. Luding S. Mechanics Research Communications 513 519 531 539 547 557 567 573 581 589 595 615 623 629 639 651 663 Thermoelastic coupling eect on a micro-machined beam resonator Stress state of compound polygonal plate Validation of the rayleigh-ritz method for the postbuckling analysis of rectangular plates with application to delamination growth Symmetry group classication for one-dimensional elastodynamics problems in nonlocal elasticity Screw dislocation interacting with twin interfacial edge cracks between two bonded dissimilar piezoelectric strips Moving antiplane shear crack in hexagonal piezoelectric crystals Unied expressions of all dierential variational principles On the uniaxial compression behavior of regular shaped cellular metals Sudden tensile loading of a rubberlike bar Two-dimensional time-harmonic dynamic green's functions in transversely isotropic piezoelectric solids The viscoelastic behavior of melts of virgin and recycled polycarbonate reinforced with short glass bers Transient ow rate behaviour in an external natural convection boundary layer Stability of ows in a peristaltic transport Thermal slip boundary conditions in vibrational nonequilibrium ows A study of emulsion expansion by a boundary integral method Drag forces of interacting spheres in power-law uids Strain-free points near a doughnut-like inclusion with purely dilatational eigenstrains 30(6) 2003 Guo FL. Rogerson GA. Kuliyev S. Jane KC. Liao HW. Hong W. Ozer T. Wu XF. Dzenis YA. Fan TY. Tupholme GE. Huang YC. Ochsner A. Lamprecht K. Knowles JK. Wang X. Zhong Z. Drozdov AD. Al-Mulla A. Gupta RK. Polidori G. Popa C. Mai TH. Chu ZKH. Meolans JG. Cunha FR. Loewenberg M. Zhu C. Lam K. Chu HH. Tang XD. Liu GL. Onaka S. Medical Engineering & Physics 719 Determination of the trabecular bone direction from digitised radiographs 731 739 747 Stress distribution in the layered wall of the rat oesophagus Myoelectric signal compression using zero-trees of wavelet coeÆcients A novel liner locking mechanism enhances retention stability 755 Dynamic graciloplasty for urinary incontinence: the potential for sequential closed-loop stimulation Hand rim conguration: eects on physical strain and technique in unimpaired subjects? Eects of sterilization on the tekscan digital pressure sensor 765 775 781 789 795 Comparison of in situ and in vitro ct scan-based nite element model predictions of proximal femoral fracture load Intramedullary nails: some design features of the distal end Dynamic stiness and damping of porcine muscle specimens 25(9) 2003 Defossez H. Hall RM. Walker PG. Wroblewski BM. Siney PD. Purbach B. Liao DH. Fan YH. Zeng YJ. Gregersen H. Norris JA. Englehart KB. Lovely DF. Macdonald W. Aspenberg A. Jacobsson CM. Carlsson LV. Zonnevijlle EDH. Perez-Abadia G. Stremel RW. Maldonado CJ. Kon M. Barker JH. van der Woude LHV. Formanoy M. de Groot S. Agins HJ. Harder VS. Lautenschlager EP. Kudrna JC. Keyak JH. Falkinstein Y. Wang CJ. Brown CJ. Yettram AL. Procter P. Aimedieu P. Mitton D. Faure JP. Denninger L. Lavaste F. Nonlinear Dynamics 105 129 155 165 189 209 A geometrical approach to dynamic strain localization in planar motion Large amplitude three-dimensional free vibrations of inclined sagged elastic cables Nonlinear dynamics of shallow spherical caps subjected to peripheral loading The vector parameterization of motion Optimal bounded control of rst-passage failure of quasi-integrable hamiltonian systems with wide-band random excitation Stochastic stabilization of quasi-partially integrable hamiltonian systems by using lyapunov exponent 33(2) 2003 Sorensen NJ. Srinil N. Rega G. Chucheepsakul S. Odeh G. Bauchau OA. Choi JY. Zhu WQ. Deng ML. Huang ZL. Zhu WQ. Huang ZL. 59 Nonlinear Dynamics 225 253 On approximations of rst integrals for a strongly nonlinear forced oscillator Dynamics analysis of ground contact pressure of english pointer dogs 267 Extension of the center manifold approach, using rational fractional approximants, applied to non-linear stability analysis Dissipative waves in a relaxing gas exhibiting mixed nonlinearity Fractional derivative viscoelasticity at large deformations Nonlinear isolator dynamics at nite deformations: an eective hyperelastic, fractional derivative, generalized friction model 283 301 323 33(3) 2003 Waluya SB. Van Horssen WT. Marghitu DB. Swaim SF. Rumph PF. Cojocaru D. Gillette RL. Scardino MS. Sinou JJ. Thouverez F. Jezequel L. Sharma VD. Madhumita G. Manickam SAV. Adolfsson K. Enelund M. Sjoberg M. Kari L. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series AMathematical Physical & Engineering Sciences 2393 2627 Construction of three-dimensional stationary euler ows from pseudo-advected vorticity equations A mixed nite-element nite-dierence method for nonlinear uid-structure interaction dynamics. i. uid-rigid structure interaction The hurwitz theorem for bessel functions and antibound states in spectral theory On the equilibrium of shell membranes under normal loading. hidden integrability Advantage of a quantum player over a classical one in 2x2 quantum games Embedding formulae in diraction theory Heat-transfer eects of coalescence of bubbles from various site distributions On the sher-kpp equation with fast nonlinear diusion Mass- and volume-specic views on thermodynamics for open systems The analyticity of jacobian functions with respect to the parameter k The eect of anisotropic surface energy on the rayleigh instability Hyperasymptotic solutions of inhomogeneous linear dierential equations with a singularity of rank one Some three-dimensional problems related to dielectric breakdown and polycrystal plasticity Low-frequency acoustic waves in nematic elastomers 2643 Quantum condensation in superconductivity perceived in its space-time aspects 2399 2431 2449 2463 2475 2497 2529 2547 2569 2575 2599 2613 Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series AMathematical Physical & Engineering Sciences 2663 2705 2731 2749 2771 2787 2807 2821 2847 2861 2885 2909 Lithospheric failure on venus Computation of densities and uxes of nonlinear dierential-dierence equations Structural investigation of si-al-c-o precursors and their pyrolysis products in nitrogen Acoustic wave propagation in buried iron water pipes On an inconsistency in the derivation of the equations of elastohydrodynamic lubrication Elasticity and onset of frictional dissipation at a non-sliding multi-contact interface The dilogarithm function for complex argument Stochastic factorizations, sandwiched simplices and the topology of the space of explanations Packing of regular tetrahedral quartets of circles on a sphere On the boundary-value problem for the korteweg-de vries equation A study of the tensile properties of liquids in conned spaces using an atomic force microscope Quasi-modes of a weakly curved waveguide Rheologica Acta 383 410 Negative wake in the uniform ow past a cylinder Rheological properties of concentrated latex suspensions of poly(styrenebutadiene) 459(2038) 2003 Nishiyama T. 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Moan M. 60 421 432 443 454 462 477 483 Experimental and numerical study of the rotation and the erosion of llers suspended in viscoelastic uids under simple shear ow From linear viscoelasticity to the architecture of highly branched polyethylene A rheological and structural study of a discotic side chain polymer solution Extensional ow induced coalescence in polymer blends High frequency parallel plate probe for the measurement of the complex viscosity of liquids Eects of the polydispersity on the viscoelasticity of low molecular weight polymers Unusual extensional behavior of a polystyrene/hips blend Astruc M. Vervoort S. Nouatin HO. Coupez T. De Puydt Y. Navard P. Peuvrel-Disdier E. Majeste JC. Carrot C. Stanescu P. Franse MWCP. Nijenhuis KT. Picken SJ. Fortelny I. Zivny A. Romoscanu AI. Sayir MB. Hausler K. Burbidge AS. Majeste JC. Allal A. Montfort JP. Barroso VC. Ribeiro SP. Maia JM. Rheologica Acta 491 500 516 527 534 544 557 569 578 585 590 Rheological studies of concentrated guar gum Rheological constitutive equation of solids: a link between models based on irreversible thermodynamics and on fractional order derivative equations Viscosity enhancement in non-newtonian ow of dilute polymer solutions through crystallographic porous media Pressure-driven startup ows of liquid crystalline polymers through slit cells A new method to determine viscosity of liquids using vibration principles Comparison of the melt fracture behavior of metallocene and conventional polyethylenes Interrelation of creep and relaxation for nonlinearly viscoelastic materials: application to ligament and metal Orientation behavior of ab and abc block copolymers under large amplitude oscillatory shear ow Hexagonal defect array formed under steady shear ow in water-in-cholesteric liquid crystal emulsions Shear response of monodomains of ow-aligning nematic liquid crystals: tif model comparisons and eect of pre-tilt Transient rheology of discotic mesophases 42(6) 2003 Oblonsek M. Sostar-Turk S. Lapasin R. Andre S. Meshaka Y. Cunat C. Haward SJ. Odell JA. Mori N. Shindo M. Nakamura K. Yamamoto T. Mert B. Sumali H. Campanella OH. Doerpinghaus PJ. Baird DG. Oza A. Vanderby R. Lakes RS. Stangler S. Abetz V. Yada M. Fukuda J. Yamamoto J. Yokoyama H. Van Horn BL. Boudreau DM. Winter HH. Grecov D. Rey AD. Shock & Vibration 211 223 231 269 The variance of energy estimates for the product model Coupled bending-bending-torsion vibration of a pre-twisted beam with aerofoil cross-section by the nite element method A new simulation method providing shock mount selection assurance Dynamic analysis of shell structures with application to blast resistant doors 10(4) 2003 Smallwood D. Yardimoglu B. Inman DJ. Talleya MA. Sarkani S. Koh CG. Ang KK. Chan PF. 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Passive levitation in alternating magnetic elds Spin stabilized magnetic levitation of horizontal rotors 63(6) 2003 Wang NQ. Smereka P. Liu HL. Tadmor E. Frigaard IA. Ngwa G. Scherzer O. Izhikevich EM. Hoppensteadt FC. Fister KR. Panetta JC. Ragazzo CG. Rotstein HG. Kopell N. Zhabotinsky AM. Epstein IR. Ali G. Fannjiang A. Komorowski T. Al-Omari JFM. Gourley SA. Chapman SJ. Heron DR. Aubert G. Barlaud M. Faugeras O. JehanBesson S. Romero LA. Romero LA. 61 Structural & Multidisciplinary Optimization 151 153 174 189 199 Joakim petersson 1968-2002 - obituary Finite topology variations in optimal design of structures Stochastic structural topology optimization: discretization and penalty function approach Stable relaxations of stochastic stress-constrained weight minimization problems Topology optimization of frame structures with exible joints 215 Optimization of the weld path for overlay coatings 25(3) 2003 Bendsoe MP. Klarbring A. Mroz Z. Bojczuk D. Evgrafov A. Patriksson M. Evgrafov A. Patriksson M. Fredricson H. Johansen T. Klarbring A. Petersson J. Grenestedt JL. Structural & Multidisciplinary Optimization 225 237 251 261 270 279 294 Optimization of axisymmetric elastic modulus distributions around a hole for increased strength A variable-complexity approach to second-order reliability-based optimization Integrated optimal topology design and shape optimization using neural networks Sizing design of truss structures using particle swarms On improving the ga step-wise shape optimization method through the application of the xed grid fea paradigm Protability versus safety of high-rise oÆce buildings Damage-reduction-based structural optimum design for seismic rc frames 25(4) 2003 Huang J. Venkataraman S. Rapo AJ. Haftka RT. Burton SA. Hajela P. Yildiz AR. Ozturk N. Kaya N. Ozturk F. Schutte JF. Groenwold AA. Woon SY. Querin OM. Steven GP. Khajehpour S. Grierson DE. Li G. Cheng G. Studies in Applied Mathematics 377 409 435 453 On a two-point boundary-value problem with spurious solutions On stratied shear ow in sea straits of arbitrary cross section Direct similarity analysis of generalized burgers equations and perturbation solutions of euler-painleve transcendents Dyck paths with peaks avoiding or restricted to a given set 111(4) 2003 Ou CH. Wong R. Deng J. Pratt L. Howard L. Jones C. Vaganan BM. Asokan R. Eu SP. Liu SC. Yeh YN. Thin-Walled Structures 891 925 Finite element simulation of the axial collapse of metallic thin-walled tubes with octagonal cross-section Iterative fourier decomposition of imperfection measurements at non-uniformly distributed sampling points Cold formed sections: a state limit code for algeria 941 957 Localized support settlements of thin-walled storage tanks Nonlinear viscoelastic analysis of thin-walled beams in composite material 901 41(10) 2003 Mamalis AG. Manolakos DE. Ioannidis MB. Kostazos PK. Dimitriou C. Lin X. Teng JG. Sakhraoui S. Mouok-Bouazza L. El Hassar SMK. Souici M. Godoy LA. Sosa EM. Oliveira BF. Creus GJ. Thin-Walled Structures 973 987 1005 1019 1041 1053 Robust control of a vibrating plate using mu-synthesis approach Testing and modeling of shear and peel behavior for bonded steel/frp connections A material and gauge thickness sensitivity analysis on the nvh and crashworthiness of automotive instrument panel support Ultimate strength of bolted moment-connections between cold-formed steel members A thin-walled, dual-curved, steel band wheel with inherent spring suspension for use on heavy vehicles Component testing and nite element modeling of standing seam roofs 41(11) 2003 Li P. Cheng L. Li YY. Chen N. El Damatty AA. Abushagur M. Lam KP. Behdinan K. Cleghorn WL. Lim JBP. Nethercot DA. Batelaan J. El Damatty AA. Rahman M. Ragheb O. Thin-Walled Structures 1073 1089 Web crippling and combined bending and web crippling of cold-formed steel beam headers Critical fracture toughness, j(c) and delta(5c), of unidirectional bre-metal laminates 41(12) 2003 Stephens SF. LaBoube RA. Castrodeza EM. Bastian FL. Ipina JEP. 62 1103 1129 1159 Vibration of prestressed thin cylindrical shells conveying uid Crush response of an inclined beam-column Two-dimensional viscoelastic vibration by analytic fourier p-elements Zhang YL. Gorman DG. Reese JM. Teng XQ. Wierzbicki T. Leung AYT. Zhu B. Zheng J. Yang H. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik 635 637 648 663 677 690 705 720 Ecmi-workshop "numerical methods in multibody dynamics", october 2001, bad herrenalb - preface Sparsing in real time simulation Dynamic modeling in the simulation, optimization, and control of bipedal and quadrupedal robots An invariant-preserving approach to robust nite-element multibody simulation A wavelet semidiscretisation of elastic multibody systems Integration through singularities Optimal control and real-time optimization of mechanical multi-body systems Blended lobatto methods in multibody dynamics 83(10) 2003 Arnold M. Fuher C. Simeon B. Schiela A. Bornemann F. Hardt M. von Stryk O. Borri M. Bottasso CL. Trainelli L. Diaz J. Fuhrer C. Stossmeister T. Gerdts M. Schaub M. Simeon B. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik 731 755 766 773 779 Discontinuous galerkin methods - plenary lecture presented at the 80th annual gamm conference, augsburg, 25-28 march 2002 On the inverse conductivity problem in the half space On the solution of the triple correlation equation Wall eects with slip A cell-centered fvm for the two-dimensional stokes equation 83(11) 2003 Cockburn B. Ciulli S. Pidcock MK. Sebu C. von Wolfersdorf L. Ramkissoon H. Rahaman K. Vanselow R. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte Mathematik und Physik 729 731 739 756 771 784 797 807 815 822 839 869 874 879 Foreword Asymptotic behaviour of large solutions of quasilinear elliptic problems Some applications of the maximum principle to a variety of fully nonlinear elliptic pde's On the isoperimetric inequality for the buckling of a clamped plate Isoperimetric inequalities, wul shape and related questions for strongly nonlinear elliptic operators Approximate radial symmetry for solutions of a class of boundary value problems in ring-shaped domains End eects for pre-stressed and pre-polarized piezoelectric solids in anti-plane shear A saint-venant principle for shear band localization Estimates for solutions of quasilinear problems with dead cores Sharp parameter ranges in the uniform anti-maximum principle for second-order ordinary dierential operators Blow-up and pattern formation in hyperbolic models for chemotaxis in 1-d Pest control may make the pest population explode Regularity estimates for solutions of the equations of linear elasticity in convex plane polygonal domains Bounds for the rst eigenvalue of the elastically supported membrane on convex domains 54(5) 2003 Sperb R. 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