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    The Boundary Contour Method for Piezoelectric Media with Quadratic Boundary Elements

    Aimin Jiang1,2, Yili Wu2
    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.12, No.2, pp. 101-120, 2009, DOI:10.3970/cmc.2009.012.101
    Abstract This paper presents a development of the boundary contour method (BCM) for piezoelectric media. Firstly, the divergence-free of the integrand of the piezoelectric boundary element method is proved. Secondly, the boundary contour method formulations are obtained by introducing quadratic shape functions and Green's functions (Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering1998;158: 65-80) for piezoelectric media and using the rigid body motion solution to regularize the BCM and avoid computation of the corner tensor. The BCM is applied to the problem of piezoelectric media. Finally, numerical solutions for illustrative examples are compared with exact ones. The numerical results of the BCM… More >

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    Singular Superposition/Boundary Element Method for Reconstruction of Multi-dimensional Heat Flux Distributions with Application to Film Cooling Holes

    Silieti, M.1, Divo, E.2, Kassab, A.J.1
    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.12, No.2, pp. 121-144, 2009, DOI:10.3970/cmc.2009.012.121
    Abstract A hybrid singularity superposition/boundary element-based inverse problem method for the reconstruction of multi-dimensional heat flux distributions is developed. Cauchy conditions are imposed at exposed surfaces that are readily reached for measurements while convective boundary conditions are unknown at surfaces that are not amenable to measurements such as the walls of the cooling holes. The purpose of the inverse analysis is to determine the heat flux distribution along cooling hole surfaces. This is accomplished in an iterative process by distributing a set of singularities (sinks) inside the physical boundaries of the cooling hole (usually along cooling hole centerline) with a given… More >

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    Atomistic Modeling of the Structural and Thermal Conductivity of the InSb

    José Pedro Rino1,Giovano de Oliveira Cardozo1, Adalberto Picinin1
    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.12, No.2, pp. 145-156, 2009, DOI:10.3970/cmc.2009.012.145
    Abstract A new parametrization for the previous empirical interatomic potential for indium antimonite is presented. This alternative parametrization is designed to correct the energetic sequence of structures. The effective empirical interatomic potential proposed consists of two and three body interactions which has the same functional form of the interatomic potential proposed by Vashishta et. al. to study other semiconductors (Branicio et al., 2003; Ebbsjo et al., 2000; Shimojo et al., 2000; Vashishta et al., 2008). Molecular dynamics simulations (MD) are performed to study high pressure phases of InSb up to 70 GPa and its thermal conductivity as a function of temperature.… More >

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    Buckling Analysis of Plates Stiffened by Parallel Beams

    E.J. Sapountzakis1, V.G. Mokos1
    CMC-Computers, Materials & Continua, Vol.12, No.2, pp. 157-196, 2009, DOI:10.3970/cmc.2009.012.157
    Abstract In this paper a general solution for the elastic buckling analysis of plates stiffened by arbitrarily placed parallel beams of arbitrary doubly symmetric cross section subjected to an arbitrary inplane loading is presented. According to the proposed model, the stiffening beams are isolated from the plate by sections in the lower outer surface of the plate, taking into account the arising tractions in all directions at the fictitious interfaces. These tractions are integrated with respect to each half of the interface width resulting two interface lines, along which the loading of the beams as well as the additional loading of… More >

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