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Purpose – The paper aims to use the finite volume method widely used in computational fluid dynamics to avoid the serious remeshing and mesh distortion during aluminium profile extrusion processes simulation when using the finite element method. Block‐structured grids are used to fit the...
Purpose – Based on past studies on the bank effect, the purpose of this paper is to use hydrodynamic principles to simulate the overtaking and the head‐on encounter phenomenon of two ships. Design/methodology/approach – The ship model used in this study was established through a computer...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to develop highly efficient decomposition finite difference methods for computing solutions of highly oscillatory beam propagation partial differential equations. Design/methodology/approach – Highly oscillatory optical wave equations, such as the...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to determine the magnitude and spatial distribution of the heat transfer coefficient between the workpiece and the backing plate in a friction stir welding process using inverse modelling. Design/methodology/approach – The magnitude and distribution of...
Purpose – Limitations in space and city planning constraints have led to the search for alternative shock mitigation devices that are architecturally appealing. The purpose of this paper is to consider a compromise solution which consists of partially open, thick, bending‐resistant shapes...
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to present the optimal design of a simply supported variable curvature laminated angle‐ply composite panel under uniaxial compression. The objective is to maximize the failure load which is defined as the minimum of the buckling load and the first‐ply...
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