Papers by Keyword: Hybrid Structure

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Authors: Jian Liu, Xiang Yun Huang, Guan Gen Zhou, Zhao Hui Wu, Qi Bei Wang, Hong Yan Zhang
Abstract: A new approach, which is suitable for analyzing steel frames-reinforced concrete shear wall hybrid structure considered the semirigid connection for beam and column in horizontal load, is presented. The new simplified method considered the semirigid connection for beam and column in hybrid structure is established. The inter-story drift stiffness of steel frames considered the semirigid connection of beam-column in hybrid structure is derived.The traditional continuum method used in RC frames-shear wall structure is expand to steel frames-reinforced concrete shear wall hybrid structure in the paper.The numerical examples of considered the semirigid connection for beam and column in hybrid structure are analysed. The analysis results show that the proposed method is suitable for adoption in practice.
Authors: Jia Zheng Lu, Chun Zhao, Bo Li, Zhen Fang, Hong Xian Zhang
Abstract: Serious icing on overhead ground wires threatens the safe running of power system. Common overhead ground wires are difficult to realize ice-melting. A novel overhead ground wire structure for ice-melting is proposed. Some conductors coated with insulation layer are winded around the galvanized steel wires in a special way. Ice-melting experiments are performed on the novel overhead ground wire. Experimental results show that 30 W per meter of the wire is an economic power while 40 W per meter of the wire is an effective power for ice-melting. Engineering application of the novel overhead ground wire with insulated conductors is carried out. With the light moveable de-icer, onsite experiment is performed. Under the power of 40 W per meter of the wire, a temperature rise of 10 °C is achieved in 30 minutes. The result shows that the novel overhead ground wire can meet the demands of engineering application.
Authors: Xin Hua Zhang, Jian Xin Liu, Hong Zhuan Zhang
Abstract: Due to the multilayer mixed structure is a planted in hot summer and cold winter zone of the widespread use of the traditional construction form, its exterior wall palisade structure heat of existing in the large thermal bridge is main wall of heat consumption important parts. According to the features of the climate, analysis exterior insulation system thermal bridge characteristics, from the wall materials heat transfer coefficient calculation and analysis of the prevention and control of the thermal bridge proposed measures.
Authors: Nikita V. Volkov, E.V. Eremin, A.S. Tarasov, S.N. Varnakov, S.G. Ovchinnikov
Abstract: Pronounced optical-and bias-current-sensitive features of the transport properties of a Fe/SiO2/p-Si hybrid structure in planar geometry at temperature variation are investigated. Comparative analysis of two Fe/SiO2/p-Si samples, one with a continuous Fe film and the other with two electrodes formed from a Fe layer and separated by a micron gap, shows that these features are due to the MIS transition with a Schottky barrier near the interface between SiO2 and p-Si. Resistance of such a MIS transition depends exponentially on temperature and bias. In the structure with a continuous ferromagnetic film, the competition between conductivities of the MIS transition and the Fe layer results in the effect of current channel switching between the Fe layer and a semiconductor substrate. Within certain limits, this process can be controlled by a bias current and optical radiation. The mechanism of the optical effect is photogeneration of electron-hole pairs in the semiconductor substrate near its boundary with SiO2 layer.
Authors: Quan Yuan, Meng Guo, Peng Fei Li, Qian Feng Yao
Abstract: The multi-grid composite wall-shear wall structure (the hybrid structure discussed in this paper) is a new dual structural system consisting of the multi-grid composite walls and the RC shear walls. Because of the shear deformation of the composite walls subject to arbitrary loads, it is not accurate to calculate the horizontal displacement of the hybrid structure by using the displacement formulations of the frame-shear wall structure. And therefore, a displacement calculation method for the hybrid structure subjected to horizontal loads should be proposed. In this paper, the composite walls are viewed as shear-flexural type cantilever walls and the shear walls as flexural type cantilever walls. Based on the Timoshenko beam theory, the displacement differential equation of the hybrid structure is proposed by the continuum method. The analytical solutions of the displacement equation for the hybrid structure subject to the inverse triangle load are obtained with boundary conditions. The example indicates that the lateral displacement curve of the hybrid structure from the proposed method exhibits a shear-flexural type characteristic in which the shear deformation should not be ignored.
Authors: István Hatos, Hajnalka Hargitai, József Gábor Kovács
Abstract: In this study hybrid structure were produced by direct metal laser sintering of maraging steel (MS1) powder onto the surface of commercial mold steels. The over-sintering method should be analyzed to find the optimum pre-and post-heat treatment to minimize the internal stresses. The internal stress is directly proportional to the deformation if the solid thick part is reduced to thin plate like parts. Based on this recognition the deformation of the plates over-sintered with MS1 could be analyzed in order to explore the internal stresses and the effect of different pre-and post-heat treatments were examined.
Authors: Xing Li, Pin Wang
Abstract: The network collaboration system refers to that the users in different locations can see and hear each other through the collaboration system, and can share and browse the text, video, web pages, etc., so as to achieve the purpose of joint work and joint learning. Based on the needs of this collaboration system, this system was studied and designed, the system was based on P2P bottom layer and designed different logical topologies under different collaborative application circumstances, and it designed the topology with the combination of mesh and tree structures according to the particularity of P2P live broadcast, moreover, regarding keys affecting the system performance, i.e. service node lookup, it proposed new algorithm and conducted the optimization.
Authors: Yin Bai, Yuan Qing Wang, Yong Jiu Shi
Abstract: Singapore Cool Dry conservatory is a huge space steel structure which is for exhibiting plants suited for living in cool and dry conditions. Due to its seashell shape, it adopts arch-shell hybrid structural system. Double-layer glass curtain walls are suspended to the shell, while cables are tensioned between large arches to increase lateral stability capacity. Because of this structure’s specialty, traditional structural design software in China can not meet the need. FEA software ANSYS was employed to make design optimization, and make further verification. The global stability bearing capacities considering geometry non-linear elasticity and elasto-plasticity conditions were evacuated and analyzed.
Authors: Vincent Sessner, Matthias Stoll, Arnaud Feuvrier, Kay André Weidenmann
Abstract: . In technical applications components are often exposed to vibrations with a broad range of frequencies. To ensure structural integrity and a convenient usage for the customer, materials with good damping characteristics are desirable. Especially stiff and lightweight structures tend to be prone to vibrations. Fibre metal laminates (FML) offer great potential for lightweight design applications due to their good fatigue behavior. By using carbon fiber reinforced plastics (CFRP) as part of the laminates very good strength and stiffness to weight ratios can be obtained. To improve the damping characteristics of this hybrid material an additional layer of elastomer can be added between the CFRP and the metal, generating a fiber-metal-elastomer laminate (FMEL). In this present study the damping behavior of different layups of FMEL was examined. Two different metal sheets and two types of elastomer were used, also the layup of the constituents was variated. Vibrations were induced with a frequency range from 100 Hz to 20 kHz by mounting the laminates onto a speaker. The vibration response was measured with a piezoelectric accelerometer. Eventually the different laminate layups were compared with each other to determine the influence of the individual constituents regarding the damping characteristics. The different elastomer types and prepreg layups affected the damping of vibrations, whereas the use of different metal sheet materials showed only little influence.
Authors: Woon Hyung Baek, Eun Pyo Kim, Heung Sub Song, Moon Hee Hong, Seong Lee, Young Moo Kim, Sung Ho Lee, Joon Woong Noh, Joo Ha Ryu
Abstract: A new tungsten heavy alloy with hybrid structure was manufactured for the kinetic energy penetrator. The tungsten heavy alloy is composed of two parts: core region is molybdenum added heavy alloy to promote the self-sharpening; outer part encompassing the core is conventional heavy alloy to sustain severe load in a muzzle during firing. The fracture surfaces of the specimen is observed after ballistic tests. The core region revealed brittle behavior with W/W inter-granular fracture which activates self-sharpening. On the other hand, outer part exhibited conventional ductile fracture mode. From ballistic test, it was found that the penetration performance of the hybrid structure tungsten heavy alloy is higher than that of conventional heavy alloy. This heavy alloy is thought to be very useful for the penetrator in the near future.
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