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    Non Probabilistic Solution of Fuzzy Fractional Fornberg-Whitham Equation

    S. Chakraverty1,2, Smita Tapaswini1
    CMES-Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, Vol.103, No.2, pp. 71-90, 2014, DOI:10.3970/cmes.2014.103.071
    Abstract Fractional Fornberg-Whitham equation has a vast application in physics. There exist various investigations for the above problem by considering the variables and parameters as crisp/exact. In practice, we may not have these parameters exactly but those may be known in some uncertain form. In the present paper, these uncertainties are taken as interval/fuzzy and the authors proposed here a new method viz. that of the double parametric form of fuzzy numbers to handle the uncertain fractional Fornberg-Whitham equation. Using the single parametric form of fuzzy numbers, original fuzzy fractional Fornberg-Whitham equation is converted first to an interval based fuzzy differential… More >

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    ARTICLE

    Hybrid Elements for Modelling Squeeze Film Effects Coupled with Structural Interactions in Vibratory MEMS Devices

    A. Roychowdhury1,2, A. Nandy1, C.S. Jog1, R. Pratap1,2
    CMES-Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, Vol.103, No.2, pp. 91-110, 2014, DOI:10.3970/cmes.2014.103.091
    Abstract We present a hybrid finite element based methodology to solve the coupled fluid structure problem of squeeze film effects in vibratory MEMS devices, such as gyroscopes, RF switches, and 2D resonators. The aforementioned devices often have a thin plate like structure vibrating normally to a fixed substrate, and are generally not perfectly vacuum packed. This results in a thin air film being trapped between the vibrating plate and the fixed substrate which behaves like a squeeze film offering both stiffness and damping. For accurate modelling of such devices the squeeze film effects must be incorporated. Extensive literature is available on… More >

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    Construction of an Edge Finite Element Space and a Contribution to the Mesh Selection in the Approximation of the Second Order Time Harmonic Maxwell System

    J. E. Sebold1, L. A. Lacerda2, J. A. M. Carrer3
    CMES-Computer Modeling in Engineering & Sciences, Vol.103, No.2, pp. 111-137, 2014, DOI:10.3970/cmes.2014.103.111
    Abstract This work is concerned with the development of the so-called Whitney and Nédélec edge finite element method for the solution of the time-harmonic Maxwell equations. Initially, the second order time harmonic Maxwell systems, as well as their variational formulation, are presented. In the sequence, Whitney and Nédélec element spaces, whose functions present continuous tangential components along the interface are built of adjacent elements. Then, numerical experiments validate the performance of Whitney and Nédélec first order elements in a two-dimensional domain. The discrete dispersion relation for the elements shows that the numerical phase velocity can be used as an error estimator.… More >

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