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    • Locking Alleviation in the Large Displacement Analysis of Beam Elements: The Strain Split Method 

      Patel, Mohil; Shabana, Ahmed, A. (Springer Verlag, 2018-07)
      This paper proposes a new locking alleviation technique for absolute nodal coordinate formulation (ANCF) beam and plate elements based on a strain split approach. The paper also surveys classical finite element (FE) and ...
    • Low Power Restricted Boltzmann Machine Using Mixed-Mode Magneto-Tunneling Junctions 

      Nasrin, Shamma; Drobitch, Justine, L.; Bandyopadhyay, Supriyo; Trivedi, Amit Ranjan (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), 2019-01)
      This letter discusses mixed-mode magneto tunneling junction (m-MTJ)-based restricted Boltzmann machine (RBM). RBMs are unsupervised learning mod- els, suitable for extracting features from high-dimensional data. The m-MTJ ...
    • MACHINE LEARNING FOR CONTINUOUS LIQUID INTERFACE PRODUCTION: PRINTING SPEED MODELLING 

      He, Haiyang; Yang, Yang; Pan, Yayue (SAGE Publications, 2019-01)
      Continuous Liquid Interface Production (CLIP), a variant of vat photopolymerization additive manufacturing, can achieve build speeds an order of magnitude faster than conventional layer-by-layer stereolithography process. ...
    • Magnetic treatment of petroleum and its relation with asphaltene aggregation (An atomistic investigation) 

      Khalaf, Mohammed, H.; Mansoori, G. Ali; Yong, Chin, W. (Elsevier, 2019-01)
      Magnetic treatment is often used in certain oil industries for alterations in petroleum rheological properties. In this report we introduce the scientific basis for the role of magnetic treatment on the onset of asphaltenes ...
    • Microscopic details of asphaltenes aggregation onset during waterflooding 

      Yaseen, Salah; Mansoori, G. Ali (Taylor & Francis, 2019-01-12)
      We report detailed microscopic studies of asphaltenes aggregation onset during waterflooding of petroleum reservoirs. To achieve this objective, a series of simulations are performed on asphaltenic-oil miscibilized with ...
    • Microscopic details of asphaltenes aggregation onset during waterflooding 

      Yaseen, Salah; Mansoori, G.Ali (Taylor & Francis, 2019-01-12)
      We report detailed microscopic studies of asphaltenes aggregation onset during waterflooding of petroleum reservoirs. To achieve this objective, a series of simulations are performed on asphaltenic-oil miscibilized with ...
    • Modeling coupled hydro-bio-mechanical processes in bioreactor landfills: Framework and validation 

      Reddy, Krishna, R.; Kumar, Girish; Giri, Rajiv, K. (American Society of Civil Engineers, 2018-06-26)
      Bioreactor landfills using leachate recirculation in municipal solid waste (MSW) undergo complex interrelated hydraulic, mechanical, and biochemical processes. In this study, the authors present a mathematical framework ...
    • Modeling Organic Contaminant Transport through Reactive Media 

      Yin, Ke; Viana, Priscilla,Z.; Rockne, Karl, J. (American Society of Civil Engineers, 2018-09-01)
      We modeled the transport of 12 organic compounds through five different reactive media under diffusion and advection using deterministic and Monte Carlo methods to evaluate their effectiveness for sediment capping and/or ...
    • MOSBIE: a tool for comparison and analysis of rule-based biochemical models 

      Wenskovitch, John E. Jr; Harris, Leonard A.; Tapia, Jose-Juan; Faeder, James R.; Marai, G. Elisabeta (2014)
      Background: Mechanistic models that describe the dynamical behaviors of biochemical systems are common in computational systems biology, especially in the realm of cellular signaling. The development of families of ...
    • The need to adapt emerging sustainability audits to atypical business models 

      Chance, Eva; Derrible, Sybil; Ashton, Weslynne (Springer Verlag, 2018-04-02)
      While a growing number of businesses aspire toward sustainability, doing so requires new business models that aim to achieve triple bottom line benefits (economic, environmental, and social), while utilizing appropriate ...
    • Negative extensibility metamaterials: Phase diagram calculation 

      Klein, John, T.; Karpov, Eduard, G. (Springer, 2017-12-27)
      Negative extensibility metamaterials are able to contract against the line of increasing external tension. A bistable unit cell exhibits several nonlinear mechanical behaviors including the negative extensibility response. ...
    • A New Method for Embedding Predefined Interfaces in Finite Elements 

      Foster, C.D.; Weed, D.A. (Elsevier, 2019-03)
      A new method for embedding predefined interfaces within an arbitrary finite element mesh is proposed and demonstrated. The algorithm for generating these predefined surfaces is detailed and sub- sequently applied to, but ...
    • Nitrogen-doped graphene approach to enhance the performance of a membraneless enzymatic biofuel cell 

      Ahmadian Yazdi, Alireza; Xu, Jie (Springer Verlag, 2018-01-18)
      Heteroatom-doping of pristine graphene is an effective route for tailoring new characteristics in terms of catalytic performance which opens up potentials for new applications in energy conversion and storage devices. ...
    • Nonlinear dynamic analysis of parabolic leaf springs using ANCF geometry and data acquisition 

      Wang, Tengfei; Tinsley, Brian; Patel, Mohil, D.; Shabana, Ahmed, A. (Springer Verlag, 2018-09)
      The parabolic leaf spring is widely used in modern vehicle suspension systems because it has many desirable features, such as weak interleaf friction and light weight. In this paper, the parabolic leaf spring is analyzed ...
    • On the Nature of the Superspreaders 

      Sankaran, Abhilash; Karakashev, Stoyan, I.; Sett, Soumyadip; Grozev, Nikolay; Yarin, Alexander, L. (Elsevier, 2019-01)
      This is a review article on the basic and the latest achievements on superspreading. The complete and fast spreading of droplets on many surfaces in the nature is a special phenomenon discovered in 1960-ies. Intensive ...
    • Orthogonal liquid-jet impingement on wettability-patterned impermeable substrates 

      Sen, Uddalok; Chatterjee, Souvick; Crockett, Julie; Ganguly, Ranjan; Yu, Lisha; Megaridis, Constantine, M. (American Physical Society, 2019-01-18)
      Liquid-jet impingement on flat impermeable substrates is important for a multitude of applications ranging from electronic-equipment cooling to fuel atomization and erosion of solid surfaces. On a wettable horizontal ...
    • Phytoremediation of Heavy Metals and PAHs at Slag Fill Site: Three-Year Field-Scale Investigation 

      Reddy, Krishna, R.; Amaya-Santos, Gema; Yargicoglu, Erin; Cooper, Daniel, E.; Negri, M, Cristina (Taylor & Francis, 2017-04-17)
      Big Marsh is a 121-hectares site, representative of many other sites in the Calumet region (near Chicago, IL, USA), which has been significantly altered by the steel industry and decades of legal and illegal dumping and ...
    • Point-Bonded Polymer Nonwovens and Their Rupture in Stretching 

      Staszel, Christopher; Yarin, Alexander, L.; Shim, Eunkyoung; Pourdeyhimi, Behnam; Zhang, Wenshuo (Elsevier, 2018-06-20)
      The work aims at the experimental investigation and theoretical modeling of the physical phenomena responsible for thermal bonding of polymer fibers in nonwovens and their effect on such mechanical properties as the nonwoven ...
    • Point-Bonded Polymer Nonwovens and Their Rupture in Stretching 

      Zhang, Wenshuo; Staszel, Christopher; Yarin, Alexander, L.; Shim, Eunkyoung; Pourdeyhimi, Behnam (Elsevier, 2018-06-20)
      The work aims at the experimental investigation and theoretical modeling of the physical phenomena responsible for thermal bonding of polymer fibers in nonwovens and their effect on such mechanical properties as the nonwoven ...
    • Prediction of the Pantograph/Catenary Wear using Nonlinear Multibody System Dynamic Algorithms 

      Daocharoenporn, Siripong; Mongkolwongrojn, Mongkol; Kulkarni, Shubhankar; Shabana, Ahmed, A. (American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 2019-01-10)
      n this investigation, computational multibody systems (MBS) algorithms are used to develop detailed railroad vehicle models for the prediction of the wear resulting from the pantograph/catenary dynamic interaction. The ...