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Purpose – This paper attempts to deal with the presentation of a numerical investigation of the laminar‐free convective heat transfer in a square enclosure containing a solid cylinder located at an arbitrary position. Effects of the cylinder position on the heat transfer and the flow...
Purpose – Domain decomposition of finite element models (FEM) for parallel computing are often performed using graph theory and algebraic graph theory. This paper aims to present a new method for such decomposition, where a combination of algebraic graph theory and differential equations is...
Purpose – The paper's purpose is to provide a new spreading method for sheet metal parts, which aims to improve the standard radial spreading method. Design/methodology/approach – A new radial spreading approach considering outside normal direction, which is based on geometric mapping method...
Purpose – This paper seeks to present a novel computational intelligence technique to generate concise neural network models for distributed dynamic systems. Design/methodology/approach – The approach used in this paper is based on artificial neural network architectures that incorporate...
Purpose – The paper aims to introduce an efficient contact detection algorithm for smooth convex particles. Design/methodology/approach – The contact points of adjacent particles are defined according to the common‐normal concept. The problem of contact detection is formulated as 2D...
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