Modern Practice in Stress and Vibration Analysis VI

Volumes 5-6

doi: 10.4028/

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Authors: A.W. Lees

Abstract: Misalignment of multi-bearing rotor systems is one of the most common fault conditions yet it is still not fully understood. There are...

Authors: Joanna F. Mason, Martin E. Homer, R.E. Wilson

Abstract: This paper is concerned with the modelling of gear rattle in Roots blower vacuum pumps. Analysis of experimental data reveals that the...

Authors: Daniel J. Inman, Matthew P. Cartmell, A.W. Lees, Th. Leize, L. Atepor

Abstract: Recent EPSRC funded research at Glasgow University, Swansea University, and Virginia Polytechnic and State University, and collaborative...

Authors: M. Behzad, A.R. Ghias

Abstract: Adaptive time-frequency representations have many advantages compared with conventional methods. In this paper, a new method is proposed to...

Authors: Fabio R. Chavarette, N.J. Peruzzi, José Manoel Balthazar, H.A. Hermini

Abstract: The Fitzhugh-Nagumo (fn) mathematical model characterizes the action potential of the membrane. The dynamics of the Fitzhugh-Nagumo model...

Authors: I.A. Jones, A.A. Becker, A.T. Glover, P. Wang, S.D. Benford, Michael Vloeberghs, C.M. Greenhalgh

Abstract: Boundary element (BE) analysis is well known as a tool for assessing the stiffness and strength of engineering components, but, along with...

Authors: James Eaton-Evans, Janice M. Dulieu-Barton, Edward G. Little, Ian A. Brown

Abstract: Thermoelastic Stress Analysis (TSA) is a non-contacting technique that provides full field stress information and can record...

Authors: Fernando Antunes, C. Pereira, Marcelo Calvete Gaspar
Authors: Y.N. Kyrychko, K.B. Blyuss, A. Gonzalez-Buelga, S.J. Hogan, David J. Wagg

Abstract: In this paper delay differential equations approach is used to model a real-time dynamic substructuring experiment. Real-time dynamic...


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