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advanced manufacturing technology
1. Investigating the Performance of Coated Carbide Insert in Hard Steel Helical Milling

Navid Molla Ramezani; Behnam Davoodi; Mojtaba Rezaee Hajideh

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2018, Pages 1-9

Abstract
  Helical milling is an alternative hole-making machining process which presents several advantages when compared to conventional drilling. In the helical milling process, the tool proceeds a helical path while rotates around its own axis. Due to its flexible kinematics, low cutting forces, tool wear, ...  Read More

vibration and control
2. Nonlinear Vibration Analysis of FG Nano-Beams in Thermal Environment and Resting on Nonlinear Foundation based on Nonlocal and Strain-Inertia Gradient Theory

Ebrahim Mahmoudpour

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2018, Pages 11-24

Abstract
  In present research, nonlinear vibration of functionally graded nano-beams subjected to uniform temperature rise and resting on nonlinear foundation is comprehensively studied. The elastic center can be defined to remove stretching and bending couplings caused by the FG material variation. The small-size ...  Read More

Mechanical Engineering
3. Geometrical Effects of Duct on the Entropy Generation in the Laminar Forced Convection Separated Flow

Nasrin Aminzadeh; Shima Sotoodehnia; Meysam Atashafrooz

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2018, Pages 25-34

Abstract
  In this research paper, irreversibility analysis of laminar forced convection flow in a duct with variable cross-section are numerically studied. Two-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system is used to solve the set of governing equations and also the blocked-off method is considered for simulation of ...  Read More

Mechanical Engineering
4. Sensitivity Analysis for Optimal Design of Multibody Systems with Clearance Joint

Saeed Ebrahimi; Esmaeil Salahshoor; Saeed Nouri

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2018, Pages 35-44

Abstract
  This paper deals with the sensitivity analysis and optimization of system parameters for a classical slider-crank mechanism as a multibody system which includes a clearance between the joints of coupler and slider. Due to the nonlinearity involved in the dynamics of clearance joints, the base reaction ...  Read More

Mechanical Engineering
5. Evaluating the Effect of Operating Conditions on Temperature Variation Rate of Inner Walls and Inside Inflated Air of Pneumatic Tires

Moslem Namjoo; Hossein Golbakhshi; Farhad Khoshnam; Ahmad Soleimani

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2018, Pages 45-53

Abstract
  For rolling pneumatic tires, the thermal induced effects are mainly resulted from visco-elastic behaviour of rubber parts and dissipation of stores strain energy during the cyclic deformations. It is noted that the operating conditions crucially contribute to the rubber hysteresis effect and temperature ...  Read More

optimization and simulation
6. Thermal Optimization of an Array of Needle-Shaped using Constructal Theory

Maryam Hoseinzadeh; Afshin Ahmadi Nadooshan; Morteza Bayareh

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2018, Pages 55-61

Abstract
  In the present paper, the constructal theory is employed to determine the optimal configuration of three rows of needle-shaped fins. The heat transfer across the fins is due to laminar forced convection. Second order upwind scheme is used for discretization of the diffusion terms of governing equations. ...  Read More

aerospace
7. Investigating Cooling Effect with Compound Angle on the Combustion Chamber Wall Temperature

Mohamad Reza Nazari; Behrooz Shahriari; Farhad Sebghatollahi

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2018, Pages 63-73

Abstract
  Increasing the temperature of the turbine entrance gases increases the efficiency of the gas turbine cycle. Under these conditions, the combustion chamber wall temperature also increases, while there is no high temperature resistance alloy fitted with air motors. Therefore, it is necessary to use cooling ...  Read More

optimization and simulation
8. Pareto Optimum Design of Heat Exchangers based on the Imperialist Competitive Algorithm: A Case Study

Mohammadjavad Mahmoodabadi; Soodeh Zarnegar

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2018, Pages 75-82

Abstract
  In this paper, the multi-objective optimum design of shell and tube heat exchangers is investigated. A thermal modelling of an industrial shell and tube heat exchanger is performed using an -NTU method for estimating the shell side heat transfer coefficient and pressure drop. The efficiency and total ...  Read More

Mechanical Engineering
9. Thermal-hydraulic Analysis of Helical Coil Steam Generator of The Multi-Application Small Light Water Reactor (MASLWR) Test Loop Using Drift Flux Model

Mansour Talebi; Valiyolah Ghazanfari

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2018, Pages 83-91

Abstract
  The Multi-Application Small Light Water Reactor (MASLWR) test loophas been built as a proof of concept for SMRs that is scaled down in size and has electric heater rods instead of a nuclear core. In this paper with using Drift-Flux Model (DFM), the thermal-hydraulic analysis of helical steam generator ...  Read More

robotics
10. Dynamic Modelling and Control of a Dielectric Elastomer Actuator with Two Degrees of Freedom

Yaser Hesari; Shahram Etemadi Haghighi

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2018, Pages 93-99

Abstract
  Dielectric elastomer actuators are capable of creating multi degrees of freedom in a single joint. In this paper, a double-cone dielectric elastomer actuator is assumed as a planar joint with two degrees of freedom. Because of theoretical complexities, mathematical formulation of dynamic equations is ...  Read More

vibration and control
11. Optimal Swing up of Double Inverted Pendulum using Indirect Method

Maral Salehi; Amin Nikoobin; Ebrahim Shahab

Volume 11, Issue 3 , September 2018, Pages 101-108

Abstract
  In this paper, optimal swing up of a double inverted pendulum (DIP) with two underactuated degrees of freedom (DOFs) is solved using the indirect solution of optimal control problem. Unlike the direct method that leads to an approximate solution, the proposed indirect method results in an exact solution ...  Read More