Stability of unsupported vertical cuts in Ankara clay.

Günece, Tayfun


Stability of Unsteady MHD Flow in a Rectangular Duct
Tezer, Münevver (2018-06-29)
In this study, the time dependent and coupled magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) flow equations are solved in the cross-section of a rectangular pipe (duct) by using the radial basis function approximation (RBF). The MHD studies electrically conducting fluids in the presence of a magnetic field. It has wide range of industrial applications such as MHD generators, MHD pumps, plasma physics and nuclear fusion [1]. The velocity and the induced magnetic field are obtained by approximating the inhomogeneities using thin ...
Stability of expansive cement grout borehole seals emplaced in the vicinity of underground radioactive waste repositories
Akgün, Haluk (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2004-06-01)
An expansive cementitious borehole plug emplaced in an underground opening in the vicinity of an underground nuclear waste repository may generate radial stresses on the walls of the opening due to an axial stress applied to the borehole plug and due to plug swelling. As these radial stresses may lead to the tensile fracturing of the rock, minimizing or preferably eliminating tensile stresses in rock is particularly important to preserve waste containment. Presented in this paper are the theoretical radial ...
Stability and vibrations of layered, compressible hyperelastic, rectangular columns
Tokdemir, Turgut; Ertepınar, Aybar (Elsevier BV, 1986-10)
Stability of random beam-column subjected to stochastic excitation.
Üztüğ, Halil Emin; Department of Mechanical Engineering (1974)
Stability with respect to stationary disturbances of natural convection in a vertical slot having isothermal walls.
İyican, Levent; Department of Mechanical Engineering (1975)
Citation Formats
T. Günece, “Stability of unsupported vertical cuts in Ankara clay.,” Middle East Technical University, 1968.