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Journal Articles
Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Research-Article
J. Appl. Mech. April 2019, 86(4): 041002.
Paper No: JAM-18-1547
Published Online: January 30, 2019
...Hassan Bahaloo; Yaning Li Based on micropolar continuum theory, the closed-form stiffness tensor of auxetic chiral lattices with V-shaped wings and rotational joints were derived. Representative volume element (RVE) of the chiral lattice was decomposed into V-shape wings with fourfold symmetry...
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Journal Articles
Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Research Papers
J. Appl. Mech. November 2011, 78(6): 061005.
Published Online: August 24, 2011
...S. J. Burns A helical spring that is constrained to no rotation has a compliance that is typically more than 95% of the compliance of springs constrained to free rotation when restricted to symmetric wires made from materials with Poisson’s ratio between 0 and 1/2. It is shown that the shape...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Research Papers
J. Appl. Mech. July 2009, 76(4): 041011.
Published Online: April 23, 2009
...R. H. Plaut; L. N. Virgin A flexible strip is rotated at its ends until it forms a deep circular arc above its ends. Then the ends are kept immovable and are rotated downward until the arch suddenly snaps into an inverted configuration. The strip is analyzed as an inextensible elastica. Two...
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Journal Articles
Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Appl. Mech. May 2007, 74(3): 406–414.
Published Online: March 24, 2006
...Sen Yung Lee; Jer Jia Sheu By utilizing the Hamilton principle and the consistent linearization of the fully nonlinear beam theory, two coupled governing differential equations for a rotating inclined beam are derived. Both the extensional deformation and the Coriolis force effect are considered...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Appl. Mech. March 2007, 74(2): 256–258.
Published Online: February 3, 2006
... rotations. For instance, it could be used to describe torques and torsional springs in several rod theories. We can also consider more general constraints where the translational and rotational motion of the rigid body are coupled, but this would...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Appl. Mech. March 2007, 74(2): 231–239.
Published Online: January 30, 2006
..., and the elastic rates are simply taken to be the time-derivatives of these displacements. Unfortunately, this approach leads to unpleasant and computationally intensive inertial terms when rigid rotations of a body must be taken into account, as is so often the case in multibody dynamics. An alternative approach...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Appl. Mech. November 2005, 72(6): 879–886.
Published Online: March 5, 2005
.... Theoretical investigation shows that if the disk is initially in the stressed position P 0 3 , it will be snapped to position P 0 1 when the rotation speed reaches a critical value. Experiments on a series of copper disks with different initial heights are conducted to verify the theoretical predictions...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Briefs
J. Appl. Mech. September 2005, 72(5): 801–802.
Published Online: February 5, 2005
...Abdullah Abbas Kendoush An analytical solution to the virtual mass of a rotating fluid or solid sphere is obtained. The solution is valid at Reynolds number < 10 . The solution was based on integrating the kinetic energy of the fluid round the rotating sphere. The value of the virtual mass...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Brief Notes
J. Appl. Mech. November 2004, 71(6): 896–899.
Published Online: January 27, 2005
... and specially by the parabolic type of temperature distribution. Renshaw 6 used the Liapunov method to determine the critical speed of a flexible spinning disk. Many of the above-mentioned papers mostly deal with the stability of rotating annular plates with the free outer edge. However, there are many...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Brief Notes
J. Appl. Mech. July 2004, 71(4): 590–593.
Published Online: September 7, 2004
...C. Y. Wang, Professor, Mem. ASME, The difference equations governing the rotation of a segmented rod under axial force is formulated. The stability boundaries are found to be highly dependent on the number of links, the rotation rate and the compressive force. For a large number of links...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Appl. Mech. March 2004, 71(2): 190–194.
Published Online: May 5, 2004
... expansion ratio can have an important influence on the attitude motion of rocket type variable mass systems. The higher this ratio the “better” the rotational motion. Systems with low nozzle expansion ratios can become prone to runaway growth in both spin rate and transverse rate. This study has also shown...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Brief Notes
J. Appl. Mech. March 2004, 71(2): 292–298.
Published Online: May 5, 2004
.... Associate Editor: D. A. Siginer. 14 May 2003 19 September 2003 05 05 2004 hydrodynamics translational states rotation external flows Consider an axially symmetric cylinder with the centers of mass ( X ) and volume ( B ) on the main axis (Fig. 1 ). Let L , d...
Topics: Cylinders, Water
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Brief Notes
J. Appl. Mech. January 2004, 71(1): 143–145.
Published Online: March 17, 2004
...L. Cortelezzi; A. Pong; M. P. Paı¨doussis, Fellow ASME It is shown that, in certain regions of parameter space, travelling wave solutions in rotating shells containing co-rotating inviscid fluid become indeterminate. This may render the determination of the flutter speed impossible, or the solution...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Appl. Mech. January 2004, 71(1): 89–95.
Published Online: March 17, 2004
... on the cylinder diameter and freestream speed of the flow is 200. The nondimensional rotation rate, α, (ratio of the surface speed and freestream speed) is 5. It is found that although the two-dimensional flow for α = 5 is stable, centrifugal instabilities exist along the entire span in a three-dimensional set-up...
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Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Appl. Mech. January 2004, 71(1): 49–56.
Published Online: March 17, 2004
..., the rotation motion of which is either fully or partially restrained. The panel elastic deformations are assumed large and are modeled via the von Ka´rma´n strain-displacement relationship while the rigid-body angular rotation, for the case of a rotating rigid hub, is assumed small. The system of nonlinear...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Brief Notes
J. Appl. Mech. September 2003, 70(5): 771–774.
Published Online: October 10, 2003
..., 2003. Associate Editor: N. Triantafyllidis. 02 Jan 2001 06 May 2003 10 10 2003 elasticity molecular biophysics DNA buckling rotation oil technology mechanical stability Whirling rods in a constrained environment are encountered in a variety of industrial...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Appl. Mech. September 2003, 70(5): 762–770.
Published Online: October 10, 2003
...S. Mittal The flow past a bluff body can be controlled significantly by placing small rotating cylinders at appropriate locations. Computational results for control of Re = 10 4 flow past a circular cylinder are presented. Two control cylinders of one-twentieth the diameter of the main cylinder...
Journal Articles
Publisher: ASME
Article Type: Technical Papers
J. Appl. Mech. July 2003, 70(4): 601–605.
Published Online: August 25, 2003
...T. Y. Ng; H. Li; K. Y. Lam; C. F. Chua Based on the generalized differential quadrature (GDQ) method, this paper presents, for the first instance, the free-vibration behavior of a rotating thin truncated open conical shell panel. The present governing equations of free vibration include the effects...