• Deep Artificial Neural Networks-taliem-ir

    Deep Artificial Neural Networks as a Tool for the Analysis of Seismic Data


    The number of seismological studies based on artificial neural networks has been increasing. However, neural networks with one hidden layer have almost reached the limit of their capabilities. In the last few years, there has been a new boom in neuroinformatics associated with the development of third-generation networks, deep neural networks. These networks operate with data at a higher level. Unlabeled data can be used to pretrain the network, i.e., there is no need for an expert to determine in advance the phenomenon to which these data correspond. Final training requires a small amount of labeled data. Deep networks have a higher level of abstraction and produce fewer errors. The same network can be used to solve several tasks at the same time, or it is easy to retrain it from one task to another. The paper discusses the possibility of applying deep networks in seismology. We have described what deep networks are, their advantages, how they are trained, how to adapt them to the features of seismic data, and what prospects are opening up in connection with their use.


  • An energy efficient approach to extend network life time of[taliem.ir]

    An energy efficient approach to extend network life time of wireless sensor networks


    The energy consumption in wireless sensor networks is a significant matter and there are many ways to  conserve energy. The use of mobile sensors is of great relevance to minimize the total energy dissipation in  communication and overhead control packets. In a WSN, sensor nodes deliver sensed data back to the sink via multi hopping. The sensor nodes near the sink will usually consume more battery power than others;  consequently, these nodes will quickly drain out their battery energy and decrease in the network lifetime of the WSN. The presence of mobile sinks causes increased energy reduction in their proximity, due to more relay load under multi hop communication. Moreover, node deployment technique can also be used to  improve the life time of the network. Performance comparisons have been done by simulations between  different routing protocols and our approach show efficient results.

  • An experimental and numerical study on heat transfer[taliem.ir]

    An experimental and numerical study on heat transfer enhancement for gas heat exchangers fitted with porous media


    The present experimental and numerical work investigates the effect of metallic porous materials, inserted in a pipe, on the rate of heat transfer. The pipe is subjected to a constant and uniform heat flux. The effects of  porosity, porous material diameter and thermal conductivity as well as Reynolds number on the heat transfer rate and pressure drop are investigated. The results are compared with the clear flow case where no porous material was used. The results obtained lead to the conclusion that higher heat transfer rates can be achieved using porous inserts at the expense of a reasonable pressure drop. Also, it is shown that for an accurate  simulation of heat transfer when a porous insert is employed its effective thermal conductivity should be  carefully evaluated.  

  • Fabrication of Nanostructured Electroforming Copper Layer by Means[taliem.ir]

    Fabrication of Nanostructured Electroforming Copper Layer by Means of an Ultrasonic-assisted Mechanical Treatment


    Electroformed copper layer with nanostructure is obtained using a subsequent mechanical treatment under  the conditions of ultrasonic vibration according to the demand of high performance material in aeronautics. The microstructure of the electroformed copper layer is observed by optical microscope (OM), scanning  electron microscope (SEM) and transmission electron microscope (TEM). The tensile strength is evaluated with a tensile tester. It is found that bulk crystal of electroformed copper’s surface layer is changed to  nanocrystals (about 10 nm in size) after the ultrasonic-assisted mechanical treatment (UMT) but the whole monocrystalline structure still remains. The tensile strength exhibited by the new copper layer is two times  better than the regular electroformed copper layer, while the fracture strain remains constant. In addition,  the strengthening mechanism of UMT  process is proved to be dislocation strengthening mechanism.

  • Heat transfer of developing-taliem-ir

    Heat transfer of developing and fully developed flow in smooth horizontal tubes in the transitional flow regime


    Limited experimental work has been done specifically focussing on how the heat transfer characteristics of developing flow in the transitional flow regime changes along the tube length, and how it compares with fully developed flow. The purpose of this study was therefore to experimentally investigate the heat transfer characteristics of developing and fully developed flow in smooth horizontal tubes in the transitional flow regime at a constant heat flux. An experimental set-up was designed, built and validated against literature. Two smooth circular test sections with inner diameters of 4 mm and 11.5 mm, respectively, were used and the maximum length-to-diameter ratios were 1373 and 872,  respectively. Heattransfer measurements were taken at Reynolds numbers between 700 and 10 000 at different heat fluxes. The boundaries of the different flow regimes were defined mathematically, and terminology to define the transition characteristics were presented. It was found that the Reynolds number at which transition started was independent of axial position, and transition occurred at the same moment in time along the whole tube length. However, the end of transition was dependent on axial position and occurred earlier as the flow approached fully developed flow. Free convection effects  affected both the start and end ofthe transitional flow regime, and caused the Reynolds number range of the transitional flow regime to decrease. Correlations were developed to determine the start and end of the transitional flow regime for developing and fully developed flow for mixed convection conditions. The transitional flow regime of developing flow was divided into three regions. In the first region, the width of the transitional flow regime decreased significantly with axial position and free convection effects were negligible. In region 2, the width of the transitional flow regime decreased with both axial position and free convection effects. In the fully developed region, the width of the transitional flow regime was independent of axial position, but free convection effects caused it to decrease and even to become negligible. It was concluded that the heat transfer characteristics of developing flow in the  ransitional flow regime changes as the flow develops and differ significantly from fully developed flow.

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    Innovative coupled fluid–structure interaction model for carbon nano-tubes conveying fluid by considering the size effects of nano-flow and nano-structure


    In this article, we reappraise the well-known equation of motion for a pipe conveying viscous fluid. We utilize  prominent principles of fluid mechanics such as Navier–Stokes’ equation as well as several benchmark  references in the field of fluid–structure interaction (FSI) to reveal that the viscosity of the fluid flow should not appear explicitly in the equation of motion of pipe conveying fluid. Based on this result, we could develop an innovative model for one dimensional coupled vibrations of carbon nano-tubes (CNTs) conveying fluid using slip velocity of the fluid flow on the CNT walls as well as utilizing size-dependent continuum theories to consider the size effects of nano-flow and nano-structure. Therefore, this innovative coupled FSI equation  suggests that CNTs conveying nano-flow remain stable for higher velocities. In the other words, the critical average velocity of the fluid flow at which the divergence instability occurs, should be greater in comparison with the critical velocity predicted by the models used plug flow and classical continuum theories.

  • Mechanical properties of foamed concrete exposed to high temperatures[taliem.ir]

    Mechanical properties of foamed concrete exposed to high temperatures


    This paper reports the results of an experimental and analytical study to investigate the mechanical  properties of unstressed foamed concrete exposed to high temperatures. Two densities of foamed concrete, 650 and 1000 kg/m3, were made and tested with additional tests being performed on densities of 800, 1200 and 1400 kg/m3 for additional data. The experimental results consistently demonstrated that the loss in stiffness for foamed concrete at elevated temperatures occurs predominantly after about 90 C, regardless of density as water expands and evaporates from the porous body. From a comparison of the experimental results of this research with a number of predictive models for normal strength concrete, this research has  found that the mechanical properties of foamed concrete can be predicted using the mechanical property models for normal weight concrete given that the mechanical properties of foamed concrete come from  Portland Cement CEM1.

  • Nonlinear Viscoelastic Analysis of Thick Walled Cylindrical[taliem.ir]

    Nonlinear Viscoelastic Analysis of Thick Walled Cylindrical Composite Pipes


    This paper analyzes the effect of the polymer matrix non-viscoelastic behaviour in the mechanical behaviour of thick multilayered cylinders. The original contribution of this work is to provide novel approximate analytical solutions to compute the timedependent internal stress state throughout the pipe thickness within the  framework of nonlinear viscoelasticity theory. The structures considered are thick, multilayered anisotropic infinitive long cylinders subjected to axisymmetric mechanical loading .Under such conditions there is an exact elastic solution which naturally satisfies equilibrium, strain-displacement, compatibility and boundary  conditions for the stated constitutive equations and loading. Due to the continuous stress variations  throughout the cylinder thickness, the proposed nonlinear viscoelastic solution assumes the averaged stress state to calculate the nonlinear elastic and viscoelastic factors in each  layer. Furthermore the solution is obtained assuming that the creep strains, within each  layer, are constant through the thickness. The proposed algorithm converges to the exact solution when the number of layers is artificially increased. For the linear viscoelastic case the proposed solution proved to match the exact known solution for isotropic viscoelastic materials. Finally several invented cases are run to illustrate the importance of the viscoelasticity phenomenon on the internal stress field throughout thick laminated cylinders.

  • Recent advances in corrosion protective composite coatings based on[taliem.ir]

    Recent advances in corrosion protective composite coatings based on conducting polymers and natural resource derived polymers


    Conducting polymer (CP) coatings have been extensively investigated for corrosion protection of iron, steel and other metals owing to their superior performance in highly aggressive environments and ecofriendly  characteristics. Corrosion protective coatings based on CP nanocomposites have opened a new area of  research for obtaining low cost coatings with enhanced performance and tailored properties. This mini review highlights the latest developments in the corrosion protective performance of CP composite coatings with  natural resource derived polymers. The presence of nanoscale dispersion of CP as filler significantly improves the barrier properties and lifetime of the organic polymeric coatings. These lowcost nanocomposite coatings are expected to play an important role in combating corrosion which can lead to drastic improvement in  corrosion protection.

  • The Effect of Addition of Carbon Fibers on[taliem.ir]

    The Effect of Addition of Carbon Fibers on Mechanical Properties of High Strength Concrete


    High Strength Concrete (HSC)is dense, homogeneous and has the improved engineering properties and durability as conventional concrete. In recent years, HSC has gained wide application in the construction  industry. High strength Concrete is a concrete having similar ingredients as conventional concrete, such as  cement, fine aggregate, coarse aggregate and water. The paste of HSC requires high volume of cement  content and less water to binder ratio. The stability and flowability of HSC is achieved by increasing the cement content or employment of mineral admixtures. However, increasing the cement content causes high cost, higher heat of hydration and higher drying shrinkage. This can be reduced by employing mineral  admixture such as fly ash and ground granulated blast furnace slag etc. In the present investigation, cement content for HSC mix is replaced with fixed percentages of fly ash (10%) and carbon fiber are added in  volume fraction (0 to 0.60%), also the Carbon Fiber Reinforced Polymer (CFRP) strip are placed in different layer (single, double and triple layer) with varying width of CFRP strip (0 to 80 mm). The hardened concrete properties of HSC were studied and the regression analysis was carried out on the experimental investigation. The study concludes that carbon fibers can be effectively used as a reinforcing material in HSC.

  • Thermodynamic modeling of fcc orderdisorder transformations in the[taliem.ir]

    Thermodynamic modeling of fcc order/disorder transformations in the Co–Pt system


    The present work reports on a thermodynamic modeling of the Co–Pt system with ordered fcc phases of L10 and L12 structures by means of the CALPHAD method. The liquid, hcp and fcc phases have been modeled as substitutional solutions where the interaction parameters are composition dependent in the form of the Redlich–Kister polynomial. The disordered and ordered fcc phases have been modeled in terms of the compound energy formalism with a single Gibbs energy function. The obtained phase equilibria and activities of Co and Pt agree well with the available experimental data. First-principles calculations are performed to  obtain the enthalpies of formation for the ordered fcc phases at 0 K. These calculated enthalpies of formations for the ordered phases are less negative than the enthalpies of the disordered state at low  temperatures determined from the CALPHAD modeling. The Fe–Pt and Ni–Pt systems exhibit the same feature as that in the Co–Pt system, which is discussed in terms of the total magnetic moment of ordered fcc phases.

  • آناليز استاتيكي سيستم تركيبي قاب محيطي، هسته مركزي و كمربند خرپايي در برابر نيروهاي جانبي در سازه هاي بلند


    يكي از مناسبترين سيستمهاي مقاوم در برابر بارهاي جانبي در سازه هاي بلند سيستم تركيبي قاب محيطي، هسته مركزي و  كمربند خرپايي ميباشد. كمربند خرپايي در تركيب با قاب محيطي و هسته مركزي همانند يك فنر خمشي در تركيب با تير  طره  عمل ميكند. در اين مقاله با در نظر گرفتن توابع جابجايي محوري براي ستونها و نوشتن رابطه انرژي، روابطي براي تنش  هاي موجود در ستونها در ارتفاع بيان شده است. سپس با مينيمم كردن تغييرمكان جانبي بالاي سازه محل بهينه كمربند  خرپايي به دست آمده است. در ادامه دقت نتايج روش پيشنهادي با روش آناليز كامپيوتري مقايسه گرديده است.

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    اثر کارسرد بر ریز ساختار و سختی نمونه های فولادی زنگ نزن آستنیتی 347 تولید شده به روش ساخت افزایشی با منبع قوس و تغذیه سیم

    1,900 تومان 1,800 تومان حراج!

    در تکنولوژی ساخت افزایشی با منبع قوس و تغذیه سیم WAAM قطعه به صورت لایه به لایه و با جوشکاری پاس های متوالی ساخته می شود. در این روش قطعات ساخته شده با مشکلاتی از قبیل اعوجاج، تنش پسماند بالاو اندازه دانه های بزرگ روبه رو هستند. برای کاهش این عیوب در حین ساخت، هر لایه تحت کار سرد قرار می گیرد. ریز ساختار لایه ی کار سرد شده زمانی که تحت حرارت ج وشکاری پاس متعاقب قرار می گیرد، به سمت ریزدانه شدن می رود. با این رویه، تبلور مجدد می تواند رخ داده و در نتیجه ان دانه های جدید و عاری از تنش شکل گیرند. این موضوع می تواند سبب رفع اعوجاج و کاهش تنش های پسماند شود. در این تحقیق، اثر کار سرد بر ریز ساختار و سختی نمونه های فولادی زنگ نزن استنیتی 347 تولید شده به روش ساخت افزایشی با منبع قوس و تغذیه سیم بررسی می شود. برای ارزیابی ، دو نمونه با تکنولوژی WAAM و با استفاده از م نبع جوش CMT-P و تغذیه سیم تهیه شد. نمونه اول بدون کار سرد ولی نمونه ی دوم با اعمال کار سرد بین پاشی تهیه شد. برای مشخصه یابی ریز ساختارها از میکروسکوپ نوری OM و برای تایید وقوع پدیده ی تبلور مجدد از آزمون میکروسختی استفاده شد. نتایج حاصله نشان داد که اول در اثر کار سرد، سختی لایه ها به مراتب بالا رفته سپس در اثر حرارت ناشی از جوشکاری پاس بعدی، سختی به طور موضعی کاهش یافت. نتایج OM نیز تفاوت های میان ریز ساختارهای نمونه کار سرد دشه و نمونه بدون کار سرد را نشان داد.

  • ارزیابی قابلیت اعتماد مقاومت برشی خاکها با استفاده از روش ترکیب منحنی توزیع متغییر ها


    تعیین مقدار مقاومت برشی خاك ها در بررسی مسائل مهندسی ژئوتکنیک همچون پایداري شیب ها و ظرفیت باربري بسیار حائز اهمیت می باشد. از  طرفی بواسطه ماهیت غیر همگن خاك و عدم قطعیت پارامترهاي آن حتی در محدوده کوچکی از ناحیه مورد بررسی ، ارائه تنها یک عدد به  عنوان مقاومت  برشی خاك ناحیه مورد بررسی منطقی نمی باشد. به همین دلیل استفاده از روش هاي ارزیابی قابلیت اعتماد  (Reliability) در  ارزیابی مقاومت برشی  خاك ها جایگاه ویژه اي پیدا نموده است. در روش ارزیابی قابلیت اعتماد تلاش می شود تا بابکارگیري دامنه اي ازمقادیر ممکن براي متغییرها،دامنه تغییرات  تابع هدف تعیین گردد. در این مقاله با نسبت دادن دامنه هایی از مقادیرمحتمل براي متغییرهاي ) Cضریب چسبندگی خاك و  φ( زاویه اصطکاك داخلی  خاك) قابلیت اعتماد مقاومت برشی خاك با استفاده از رابطه مور_کولمب (Mohr-Coulomb) ارزیابی گردیده است. براي این منظور تابع توزیع متغییرهاي Cو  φبفرم نرمال درنظرگرفته شده و با استفاده از روابط حاکم در روش ترکیب منحنی توزیع متغییرها  (Jointed Distribution) منحنی توزیع و قابلیت اعتماد  مقاومت برشی خاك تعیین گردیده است. مقایسه نتایج بدست آمده از این روش با روش مونت کارلو (Monte Carlo) مبین دقت بالاي این روش می باشد.

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    ارزیابی محدودة گسیختگی در تونل هاي زیرزمینی تحت فشارهاي هیدروستاتیک


    روشهاي متفاوتی اعم از تجربی، آزمایشگاهی و تحلیلی جهت بررسی پایـداري و شـناخت محـدودة شکـستگی در تونـل هاي زیرزمینـی موجـود میباشد   که در این میان روش تحلیل تنش یکی از پر کاربردترین آنها به شمار میرود. از سوي دیگر استفاده از یک روش عـددي کـه نتـایج را بـه ساده ترین راه و با  دقت مطلوب حاصل آورد نیز مهم می باشد که روشهاي اجزاي مرزي (BEM) به سبب بر خـورداري از مزایـاي انحـصاري در تحلیل محیط هاي نامحدود،   همواره از گزینه هاي اصلی انتخاب است. در این مقاله ابتدا ضمن معرفی معیار گسیختگی هوك- براون و ارایـه روابـط  مربوطه، محدوده گسیختگی در  پیرامون تونل ها با خصوصیات مصالح مفروض و با مقاطع مختلف، به کمک نرم افزار رایانـه اي تهیـه شـده در ایـن خصوص،  بررسی شده و در نهایت  پارامترهاي مؤثر در شکل گیري و انتشار شعاع هاي گسیختگی آنها مورد ارزیابی قرار گرفته است. لازم به ذکر است، رفتار توده  سنگی پیرامون تونل  الاستیک فرض شده و فرمولاسیون حاکم بر فضاي مسئله مبتنی بر رفتار کرنش مسطح می باشد.