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Principal components of super-high dimensional statistical features and support vector machine for improving identification accuracies of different gear crack levels under different working conditionsDownload
Gears are widely used in gearbox to transmit power from one shaft to another. Gear crack is one of the most frequent gear fault modes found in industry. Identification of different gear crack levels is beneficial in preventing any unexpected machine breakdown and reducing economic loss because...
We present an analysis of the superposed incremental deformations of lipid membranes in contact with a circular substrate. A complete analytical solution describing the morphological transitions of lipid membranes is obtained via Monge parametric representation and admissible linearization. The...
An investigation into the mechanical characteristics of select self-ligated brackets at a series of clinically relevant maximum torquing angles: Loading and unloading curves and bracket deformationDownload
Edgewise orthodontic treatment utilizes a force couple in order to achieve labial–lingual tooth angulation. Two self-ligating brackets (Damon Q and Speed) were examined across a range of clinically relevant torques in order to assess the loading and unloading curves and bracket deformation. A...
This paper proposes a cooperative adaptive cruise control model, adding a communication network structure to an existing model that has been shown to capture real commercial adaptive cruise control vehicle behavior. The proposed model is interesting because it only requires minimal information...
Optimizing Print Parameters for Maximizing Tensile Strength of Additively Manufactured Polymers Through Evolutionary AlgorithmsDownload
Additive Manufacturing (AM) has been adopted world- wide for rapid prototyping and small-scale production of complex parts. Despite its widespread adoption, much is still unknown about AM. Many researchers have devoted significant efforts t o studying the importance of AM characteristics such as...
We have developed a three-dimensional hybrid finite-discrete element model to investigate the mode I tensile opening failure of alumina ceramic. This model implicitly considers the flaw system in the material and explicitly shows the macroscopic failure patterns. A single main crack perpendicular...
Dynamic Fragmentation of Planetary Materials: Sub-Hypervelocity Ejecta Measurements and Velocity Scaling during Impact TestingDownload
Ejecta velocity measurements were made during impacts into solid planetary materials. Ejecta velocity fields overlie each other when normalized by vmax, v50%mass, and v50%KE; these correspond to the maximum velocity and median values of mass and kinetic energy among ejecta velocities....
Smart Textiles for Visible and IR Camouflage Application: State-of-the-Art and Microfabrication Path ForwardDownload
Protective textiles used for military applications must fulfill a variety of functional requirements, including durability, resistance to environmental conditions and ballistic threats, all while being comfortable and lightweight. In addition, these textiles must provide camouflage and...