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Rosenberg, Josef , Krejčová, Milada
Simple qualitative dynein model in Nose-Hoover framework

The presented paper is devoted to studying the dynein molecular motor and its stochastic description. The model aims to obtain good results comparable to literature sources qualitatively. We choose the Hoover-Holian oscillator to describe the dynein behaviour of each of its legs. It...

Meirelles Pereira, Lucas , Santana Alves, Marco Tulio
Numerical modal analysis of DTU 10-MW reference wind turbine’s blade using modified Myklestad´s method

Since the rotor blade system of an horizontal axis wind turbine is responsible for converting wind energy into mechanical, which turns into electrical and predicting its dynamic behavior is of vital importance. In that sense, this paper deals with performing a modal analysis of...

Serroukh, Hamza Karim , Mabssout, Mokhtar
Updated Lagrangian Taylor-SPH method for elastic dynamic problems

This paper presents a discussion on the properties of the collocation meshfree method, the Updated Lagrangian Taylor-SPH (UL-TSPH), for dynamic problems in solid mechanics. The PDEs are written in mixed form in terms of stress and velocity for the elastodynamics problems. Two sets ...

Rodriguez Duran, Jorge Alberto
On fatigue life predictions for notched members by the nominal stress-based and the local strain-based methods

Traditional engineeringmodels for addressing fatigue issues are based on empirical relations between the necessary number of cycles for fatigue failures $N_f$ and either, the nominal stress $\sigma_{an}$ or the local strain $\epsilon_a$ amplitudes. The aim of the present paper is to...

Bublík, Ondřej , Pecka, Aleš , Vimmr, Jan
Curvilinear element of the discontinuous Galerkin method designed to capture the labyrinth seal geometry exactly

The present study applies the discontinuous Galerkin finite element method to a numerical simulation of a compressible fluid flow through a labyrinth seal. This paper is proposes a curvilinear hexahedral element, which is deformed in such a way that it matches the rotated walls...

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