Modelling and analysis of impact in flexible multi-body systems

Yiğit, Ahmet İlkay


Modelling and analysis of vertical handover in highly mobile environments
Kirsal, Yonal; Ever, Enver; Koçyiğit, Altan; Gemikonakli, Orhan; Mapp, Glenford (2015-12-01)
Various types of wireless networks have been developed and deployed including 3G, WLAN, WiMAX, LTE and LTE Advanced. User connectivity and network performance can be improved using vertical handover techniques which involve switching between available networks in heterogeneous environments. In this respect, recently there has been an increased interest in the integration of cellular and WLAN systems. In this study, the integrated heterogeneous wireless systems are modelled using two-stage open queuing syste...
Modelling and simulation of laser induced periodic surface structuring
Yayla, Mahmut Sinan; Pavlov, Ihor; Department of Physics (2023-1-24)
In recent years, the interest in laser-induced periodic surface structuring (LIPSS) is increased due to its flexibility and cost efficiency. It is a promising alternative to the conventional ways of surface micro and nano structuring. Although, there are generally accepted and supported theoretical studies in the field, the phenomenon lacks a complete model. This thesis study presensts a theoretical model based on scattering from surface nonuniformities, and includes thermochemical interactions on the surfa...
Modelling, simulation and testing of artificial neural network augmented kalman filter for INS/GPS and magnetometer integration
Yıldız, Doğan; Konukseven, Erhan İlhan; Nalbantoğlu, Volkan; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2016)
The objective of this thesis is to investigate a hybrid Artificial Intelligence/ Kalman Filter (AI/KF) system to determine 3D attitude, velocity and position of a vehicle in challenging GPS environment. In navigation problem, the aim is to determine the position and velocity of the host vehicle from initial conditions. By using Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU), it is possible to calculate position and velocity with an error. In other words, during the integration stage of the IMU measurement, errors will be ...
Modelling and Theoretical Simulation of Bulk Glass Forming Ability for Ti-Zr based Alloys
Süer, Sıla; Mehrabov, Amdulla; Akdeniz, Mahmut Vedat (2006-10-26)
Modelling and simulation of thin film semiconductor metal oxide gas sensor response
Atman, Berkan; Uludağ, Yusuf; Department of Chemical Engineering (2019)
Metal oxide based semiconductor gas sensors have attracted attention due to their superior properties. Over past five decades an extensive research had been conducted for understanding the true nature of the sensing mechanism, most suitable material and optimum operating conditions. SnO2 has received over years a great deal of attention as it can meet most of the necessary requirements of a gas sensor. Although commercially available gas sensors based on tin oxide are available and plenty of studies has bee...
Citation Formats
A. İ. Yiğit, “Modelling and analysis of impact in flexible multi-body systems,” Middle East Technical University, 1995.