Advanced Engineering Materials and Modeling by Tiwari, N. Arul Murugan, and Rajeev Ahuja

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Contents of Advanced Engineering Materials and Modeling

  • Part 1. Engineering of Materials, Characterizations, and Applications
  • Mechanical Behavior and Resistance of Structural Glass Beams in Lateral–Torsional Buckling (LTB) with Adhesive Joints
  • Overview on Structural Glass Applications in Buildings
  • Glass Beams in LTB
  • Susceptibility of Glass Structural Elements to Buckling Phenomena
  • Mechanical and Geometrical Influencing
  • Parameters in Structural Glass Beams
  • Mechanical Joints
  • Adhesive Joints
  • Theoretical Background for Structural Members in LTB
  • General LTB Method for Laterally
  • Unrestrained (LU) Members
  • LTB Method for Laterally Unrestrained (LU)
  • Glass Beams
  • Equivalent Thickness Methods for Laminated Glass Beams
  • Laterally Restrained (LR) Beams in LTB
  • Extended Literature Review on LR Beams
  • Closed-form Formulation for LR Beams in LTB
  • LR Glass Beams Under Positive Bending
  • Finite-element Numerical Modeling
  • FE Solving Approach and Parametric Study
  • Linear Eigenvalue Buckling Analyses (lba)
  • Incremental Nonlinear Analyses (inl)
  • LTB Design Recommendations
  • Further Extension and Developments of the Current Outcomes
  • Room Temperature Mechanosynthesis of Nanocrystalline
  • Metal Carbides and Their Microstructure Characterization
  • Different Methods for Preparation of Metal Carbide
  • Mechanical Alloying
  • Planetary Ball Mill
  • The Merits and Demerits of Planetary Ball Mill
  • Review of Works on Metal Carbides by Other Authors
  • Significance of the Study
  • Objectives of the Study
  • Experimental
  • Theoretical Consideration
  • Microstructure Evaluation by X-ray Diffraction
  • General Features of Structure
  • Results and Discussions
  • XRD Pattern Analysis
  • Variation of Mol Fraction
  • Phase Formation Mechanism
  • Is Ball-milled Prepared Metal Carbide Contains Contamination?
  • Variation of Particle Size
  • Variation of Strain
  • High-Resolution Transmission Electron
  • Microscopy Study
  • Comparison Study between Binary and Ternary
  • Ti-based Metal Carbides
  • Toward a Novel SMA-reinforced Laminated Glass Panel
  • Introduction
  • Glass in Buildings
  • Actual Reinforcement Techniques for Structural
  • Glass Applications
  • Structural Engineering Applications of Shape-Memory
  • Alloys (SMAs)
  • The Novel SMA-Reinforced Laminated Glass
  • Panel Concept
  • Design Concept
  • Exploratory Finite-Element (FE) Numerical Study
  • General FE Model Assembly Approach and Solving Method
  • Mechanical Characterization of Materials
  • Discussion of Parametric FE Results
  • Roof Glass Panel (M )
  • Short-term Loads and Temperature Variations
  • First-cracking Configuration
  • Point-supported Façade Panel (M )
  • Short-term Loads and Temperature
  • Sustainable Sugarcane Bagasse Cellulose for Papermaking
  • Pulp and Paper Industry
  • Sugar Industry
  • Sugarcane Bagasse
  • Advantageous Utilizations of SCB
  • Applications of SCB Wastes
  • Problematic of Nonwood Fibers in Papermaking
  • SCB as Raw Material for Pulp and Paper
  • Digestion
  • Bleaching
  • Properties of Bagasse Pulps
  • Pulp Strength
  • Pulp Properties
  • Washing Technology
  • Paper Machine Operation
  • Objectives
  • Old Corrugated Container Pulps
  • Synergistic Delignification SCB–OCC
  • Elemental Chlorine-Free Bleaching of SCB Pulps
  • Bio-inspired Composites: Using Nature to Tackle Composite Limitations
  • Bio-inspiration: Bone as Biomimetic Model
  • Case Studies Using Biomimetic Approach
  • Fiber-reinforced Bone-inspired Composites
  • Fiber-reinforced Bone-inspired Composites with CNTs
  • Bone-inspired Composites via D Printing Methods
  • Composite Lamination
  • Additive Manufacturing
  • Computational Modeling
  • Part 2. Computational Modeling of Materials
  • Ground States in the Case of Momentum Space
  • Results and Discussion
  • Application of First Principles Theory to the Design of Advanced Titanium Alloys
  • Introduction
  • Basic Concepts of First Principles
  • Theoretical Models of Alloy Design
  • The Hume-Rothery Theory
  • Discrete Variational Method and d-Orbital Method
  • Discrete Variational Method d-Electrons Alloy Theory
  • Applications
  • Phase Stability
  • Binary Alloy
  • Multicomponent Alloys
  • Elastic Properties
  • Digital Orchid: Creating Realistic Materials
  • Concept Development
  • Three-dimensional Modeling of Decorative
  • Light Fixture
  • Materials Creating and Editing
  • Transformation Optics-based Computational Materials for
  • Stochastic Electromagnetics
  • Introduction
  • Theory of Transformation Optics
  • Scattering from Rough Sea Surfaces
  • Numerical Validation and Monte Carlo Simulations
  • Scattering from Obstacles with Rough Surfaces or Shape Deformations
  • Numerical Validation and Monte Carlo Simulations
  • Combining Perturbation Theory and Transformation Optics for Weakly Perturbed Surfaces
  • Scattering from Randomly Positioned Array of Obstacles
  • Separate Transformation Media
  • Numerical Validation & Monte Carlo Simulations
  • A Single Transformation Medium
  • Recurring Scaling and Translation
  • Transformations
  • Propagation in a Waveguide with Rough or Randomly Varying Surface
  • Superluminal Photons Tunneling through Brain Microtubules
  • Modeled as Metamaterials and Quantum Computation
  • Luigi Maxmilian Caligiuri and Takaaki Musha
  • QED Coherence in Water: A Brief Overview “Electronic” QED Coherence in Brain Microtubules
  • Evanescent Field of Coherent Photons and Their Superluminal Tunneling through MTs
  • Coupling between Nearby MTs and their Superluminal
  • Interaction through the Exchange of Virtual Superradiant Photons
  • Brain Microtubules as “Natural” Metamaterials and the Amplification of Evanescent Tunneling Wave Amplitude
  • Quantum Computation by Means of Superluminal Photons
  • Advanced Fundamental-solution-based Computational
  • Methods for Thermal Analysis of Heterogeneous Materials
  • Basic Formulation of MFS
  • Standard MFS
  • Modified MFS
  • RBF Interpolation for the Particular Solution
  • MFS for the Homogeneous Solution
  • Complete Solution
  • Basic Formulation of HFS-FEM
  • Problem Statement
  • Implementation of the HFS-FEM
  • Recovery of Rigid-body Motion
  • Applications in Functionally Graded Materials
  • Basic Equations in Functionally Graded Materials
  • MFS for Functionally Graded Materials
  • HFS-FEM for Functionally Graded Materials
  • Applications in Composite Materials
  • Basic Equations of Composite Materials
  • MFS for Composite Materials
  • MFS for the Matrix Domain
  • MFS for the Fiber Domain
  • Complete Linear Equation System
  • HFS-FEM for Composite Materials
  • Special Fundamental Solutions
  • Special n-Sided Fiber/Matrix
  • Understanding the SET/RESET Characteristics of Forming
  • Resistive-Switching Bilayer Structures through Experiments and Modeling
  • Experimental Methodology
  • Bipolar Switching Model
  • Resistive-Switching Performance
  • Resistive-Switching Model
  • RESET Simulations
  • I–V Response
  • Influence of TE on the CFs Broken Region
  • SET Simulations
  • Simulation of Time-dependent SET/RESET Processes
  • Advanced Materials and Three-dimensional Computer-aided
  • Surgical Workflow in Cranio-maxillofacial Reconstruction
  • Methodology Findings
  • Displaced Multiwavelets and Splitting Algorithms
  • An Algorithm with Splitting of Wavelet
  • Transformation of Splines of the First Degree “Lazy” Wavelets
  • Examples of Wavelet Decomposition of a Signal of Length “Orthonormal” Wavelets
  • An Example of Function of Harten
  • An Algorithm for Constructing Orthogonal to Polynomials Multiwavelet Bases
  • Creation of System of Basic Multiwavelets of Any Odd Degree on a Closed Interval
  • Creation of the Block of Filters
  • Example of Orthogonal to Polynomials
  • Multiwavelet Bases
  • The Discussion of Approximation on a Closed Interval
  • The Tridiagonal Block Matrix Algorithm
  • Inverse of the Block of Filters
  • Example of the Hermite Quintic Spline
  • Numerical Example of Approximation of Polynomial Function
  • Numerical Example with Two Ruptures of the First Kind and a Corner
  • Problem of Optimization of Wavelet Transformation of Hermite Splines of Any Odd Degree
  • An Algorithm with Splitting for Wavelet
  • Transformation of Hermite Splines of Fifth Degree
  • Application to Data Processing of Laser Scanning of Roads
  • Calculation of Derivatives on Samples
  • Example of Wavelet Compression of One Track of Data of Laser Scanning
  • Modeling of Surfaces
  • Functions of a Package of Applied Programs for Modeling of Routes and Surfaces of Highways

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