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1. Longitudinal and Lateral Vibration Analysis of Cables in a Cable Robot Using Finite Element Method

Hami Tourajizadeh; Mahdi Yousefzadeh; Moharram Habibnejad Korayem

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2017, Pages 1-11

Abstract
  In this paper, vibrational response of a variable-length cable in longitudinal, lateral and torsional directions is analysed in a cable robot using FE method. The flexibility of cables has remarkable effect on positioning of the end-effector in cable robots. Also considering the fact that the length ...  Read More

2. Ultrasonic Assisted Equal Channel Angular ‎Extrusion Process ‎‎(UAECAE)‎

Hamed Razavi; Yaghoub Tadi Beni; Mohammad Baharvand

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2017, Pages 13-22

Abstract
  Equal channel angular extrusion (ECAE) is one of the most powerful processes for manufacturing microstructure and nanostructure ‎materials. This process is a kind of severe plastic deformation technique, which requires large extrusion force. In this study, the numerical and experimental investigation ...  Read More

3. Microstructure and Mechanical Properties of AZ91 Magnesium Cup Processed by a Combined Backward Extrusion and Constrained Ironing Method

M. Khodsetan; Ghader Faraji; V. Tavakkoli; K. Abrinia

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2017, Pages 23-30

Abstract
  A combined metal forming process consisted of backward extrusion (BE) and constrained ironing (CI) is used to produce thin walled ultrafine grained (UFG) magnesium cups. In this new method, the initial thick-walled cup is formed from the bulk material using the BE process and then the CI process is used ...  Read More

4. The Impact of Die Corner Radius and Friction Coefficient on Bulge Forming of T-Shaped Copper Tubes using Finite-Element Method and Experimental Analysis

M. Ahmadpour; Omid Ghahraei

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2017, Pages 31-38

Abstract
  In this paper, the effects of various parameters on the process of T-shaped copper tube bulge forming have been investigated. This evaluation is based on the properties of the copper tubes, properties of polyurethane rod and practical conditions of a bulge forming process such as the friction coefficient ...  Read More

5. Free Vibration Analysis of Nanoplates using Differential Transformation Method

Sayed Hassan Nourbakhsh; Mohsen Botshekanan Dehkordi; Amir Atrian

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2017, Pages 39-49

Abstract
  In this paper, a free vibration of nano-plates is investigated considering the small scale parameter. The used rectangular nano plate is thin and under different boundary conditions. In order to obtain the natural frequencies of the nano-plates, classical plate theory on the basis of non-local theory ...  Read More

6. Experimental and Analytical Study of Aluminum-oxide Nanofluid Implication for Cooling System of an Amphibious Engine

Mohamad Najafi; M. Najafi

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2017, Pages 51-56

Abstract
  The aim of this manuscript is to study the implication of aluminium-oxide nanofluid for an amphibious vehicle engine (viable on land and under water) cooling system both analytically and experimentally. To achieve this, a one-dimensional model of the engine cooling system (radiator) is considered through ...  Read More

7. Experimental and Numerical Analysis of Titanium/HA FGM for Dental Implantation

Sina Sazesh; Aazam Ghassemi; Reza Ebrahimi; Mohammad Khodaei

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2017, Pages 57-74

Abstract
  FGM dental implants are a very good alternative with respect to homogenous implants. In this study by focusing on mechanical property as one of the most important factors in implant design, the static behaviour of Ti/Nanostructure HA (hydroxyapatite) FGM dental implant has been fabricated and investigated ...  Read More

8. Investigating the Effect of Manganese Content on the Properties of High Manganese Austenitic Steels

Seyyed Amin Torabi; Kamran Amini; Masab Naseri

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2017, Pages 75-83

Abstract
  In this study, in order to investigate the effect of increasing the manganese content on microstructure and mechanical properties of high manganese austenitic steels, three alloys with successive increases in weight percentages of manganese (7.55, 13.1, and 16.5) and carbon (0.8 and 1.2) were cast in ...  Read More

9. Non Destructive Evaluation of Glass-Epoxy Composite using Impact-echo Method

MohammadMahdi Amiri; M. Tabatabaee Ghomi; Gh. Liaghat

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2017, Pages 85-91

Abstract
  In this paper a new method for Nondestructive testing or Nondestructive evaluation is proposed for Glass-Epoxy composite. For this purpose, impact-echo is used to evaluate the properties of composite materials, detecting internal defects and thickness measurement. In the impact-echo method a steel ball ...  Read More

10. Tool Wear Modeling in Drilling Process of AISI1020 and AISI8620 Using Genetic Programming

Vahid Zakeri Mehrabad; Vahid Pourmostaghimi

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2017, Pages 93-100

Abstract
  In manufacturing industry, it has been acknowledged that tool wear prediction has an important role in higher quality of products and acceptable efficiency. Being an emerging area of research in recent years, drilling tool wear is an important factor which directly affects quality parameters of machined ...  Read More

11. Effect of the Micro Wire-EDM Process Parameters on the Recast Layer in the Molybdenum Micromachining

Mohammad Tahmasebipour; Y. Tahmasebipour; A. Shabani; M. Boujari Aliabadi

Volume 10, Issue 1 , March 2017, Pages 101-107

Abstract
  The Micro wire electrical discharge machining (Micro wire-EDM) process is a modern machining process with various applications in manufacturing micro-parts. The recast layer remaining on the machined surfaces is an inevitable complication of this process. This layer can subsequently affect the machined ...  Read More