Modeling of Soft Tissue Mechanical Behavior on Computer



Modeling of ground-borne vibration from underground railway systems
Albayrak, Ahmet; Çalışkan, Mehmet; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2012)
Ground-borne vibrations from railway systems not only pose threats to structural integrity of nearby buildings and cause annoyance on people but also contribute into environmental noise levels. It is of utmost importance to predict these vibrations at the design stage of such systems. This thesis attempts to reach this goal through finite elements analysis. Commercial software is used to develop a finite element model of an existing railway system. The model is based on the work of Forrest and Hunt [11]. It...
Modeling of ground-borne vibration from underground railway systems
Sarıgöl, Melih; Çalışkan, Mehmet; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2007)
Ground-borne vibration from underground rail vehicles is studied analytically. A previously developed model by J.A.Forrest and H.E.M.Hunt is modified to account for different track and vehicle models. The tunnel is modeled as infinite cylindrical shell surrounded by viscoelastic soil. The track is coupled to the tunnel with supports of complex stiffness. The rails, which are modeled as infinite Euler beams, are supported by discrete sleepers with regular spacing, and railpads with complex stiffness. A modif...
Modeling of Multi Open Phase Fault Condition of Multi-phase Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motors
Fei, Marco; Zanasi, Roberto (2011-09-10)
This paper deals with the modeling of multi-phase permanent magnet synchronous motors under multi open phase fault condition. The presented model is suitable for generic number of phases, generic shape of the rotor flux and generic number of open circuit faults. The motor model in fault condition can be used for faults occurring on both adjacent and not adjacent phases. The model can be very useful both for simulation and implementation of fault-tolerant control strategies.
Modeling of heat and mass transfer in microwave-infrared heating of zucchini
Yazıcıoğlu, Nalan; Şümnü, Servet Gülüm; Şahin, Serpil; Department of Food Engineering (2016)
The main objective of this study is to develop a finite element model to predict the variation of temperature and moisture content of zucchini during microwave-infrared heating. There is no information in literature about heating of zucchini by using this method. Heat and mass transfer in zucchini heated in microwave and infrared combination oven were modelled by Finite Element method. Microwave power was predicted by using the exact form of Lambert Law and calculating the electric field distribution by Max...
Modeling of time domain represented signals with multitone signals
Cansız, Gökhan; Demir, Şimşek; Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2014)
Signals in certain systems, such as the transmitted signal in a cellular communication system, are strongly time dependent, non-deterministic and stochastically not well defined. Predicting the performance of the transmitter with such a signal at its input is important for efficient operation. Therefore, it is crucial to model a given time dependent waveform by multi-tone signals, which enables analytical derivations. In this thesis, multi-tone representation is employed to model the varying envelope arbitr...
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