Computer program development for the design of buried steel pipes

Elyan, Güven Yaşar


Computer code development for numerical solution of depth integrated shallow water equations to study flood waves
İşcen, Behiye Nilay; Aydın, İsmail; Department of Civil Engineering (2015)
Floods are the most common natural risks to human beings because the most populated areas in the world are vulnerable to flood disasters. Floods are likely to become increasingly severe and more frequent due to climate change, population growth, change of land use, irrigation, deforestation and urban development inside the flood plains. Inundation risk assessment primarily requires numerical solution to a mathematical model, which appropriately describes hydraulics of flood waves over terrains including nat...
Computer program development for solution and application of high order algebraic matrix riccati equation in optimal control of steam generators.
Berk, Ertuğrul; Department of Mechanical Engineering (1981)
Computer simulation of dynamic behavior of pneumatic tires
Tönük, Ergin; Ünlüsoy, Yavuz Samim; Department of Mechanical Engineering (1998)
Computer Simulation of Selected Failure Modes and Operational Conditions for Rotorcraft
Yavrucuk, İlkay (1998-04-21)
Safety is the premier goal in aviation. It is the heart of any transportation system. Without safety, the benefits of the most sophisticated aircraft or aviation technology are lost. Aircraft certification has yielded major advances in aviation safety for decades. As aircraft have become more advanced and the aviation community learns better ways of ensuring safety, additional tests and requirements have been added. The purpose of aircraft certification is to ensure that a given aircraft is initially safe t...
Computer simulation of stick-slip motion in machine tool slideways
Bilkay, O; Anlagan, O (Elsevier BV, 2004-04-01)
Especially in CNC (Computer Numerical Control) machine tools, stick-slip motion should be eliminated even at very low sliding speeds. Otherwise, the table begins oscillating around the desired position and exact positioning can never be achieved. In this study, stick-slip motion of plain machine tool slideways is simulated using a two-degree of freedom mathematical model. The governing equations are solved with the help of a mathematical package, MathCad 6.0. The results are compared with experimental ones ...
Citation Formats
G. Y. Elyan, “Computer program development for the design of buried steel pipes,” Middle East Technical University, 1995.