Development of a pore network model and a neural network model to be coupled to simulate porous medium.

Karaman, Türker


Araz, Matthew; Esat, Volkan; Kentel, Behzat Bahadır; Mechanical Engineering (2021-8-20)
Understanding the biomechanics of the forearm motion is essential for many research areas to improve the quality of human life. In this study, a new kinematic forearm model is proposed for estimating the rotation axis and obtaining proper forearm orientation during the pro/supination motion. As an improvement, a moving rotation axis is included as a link inside the model, and the rotation of the radius segment around the moving rotation axis is investigated. The model is tested in different motion patterns ...
Development of an algorithm to determine the equilibrium temperature and composition of constant volume or constant pressure combustion products of a C-H-O-N-Ar system.
Özgen, M Merih; Department of Mechanical Engineering (1981)
Development of a methodology and a software to convert 2D engineering drawings to 3D solid models
Ertong, Lütfi; Gökler, Mustafa İlhan; Department of Mechanical Engineering (1998)
Development of a procedure to model the mechanical behavior of composites with embedded element method by considering the matrix non-linearity
ŞIK, ALP; Gürses, Ercan; SABUNCUOĞLU, BARIŞ (2021-03-01)
Embedded element method is considered to be a reliable and efficient method to analyze the mechanical behavior of composite materials. However, the predicted behavior of individual constituents can be inaccurate in case the fiber stiffness is close to the matrix stiffness and matrix nonlinearity is present. The redundant volume existing in the embedded region causes this problem. In this work, a procedure that solves this redundant volume problem is developed while considering the matrix non-linearity. Beca...
Development of a unified heat transfer model with special emphasis on thermal conduction
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It is postulated that energy fields in space and matter are quantized by an entity having coincident properties of wave and virtual matter. A unified link between thermal radiation and conduction was established as confirmed by Planck's quantum theory, and a unified heat transfer equation was developed. One-dimensional, steady-state thermal conduction was solved by using approximate scatter and mobility models in this equation. Coefficient of thermal conductivity of various materials were calculated and com...
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T. Karaman, “Development of a pore network model and a neural network model to be coupled to simulate porous medium.,” Middle East Technical University, 2002.