Franklin

fifth World Congress on Computational Mechanics, Vienna, July 2002 : Part 2.

Author/Creator:
Ransing, Dr R.S.
Publication:
Bradford : Emerald Publishing Limited, 2004.
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Engineering mathematics.
Mechanics.
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Electronic books.
Summary:
Over the past 20 years, casting process simulation has been an active area of research. The simulation techniques are either based on solving governing partial differential equations using numerical schemes such as the finite element or finite difference methods, or a variety of heuristically based geometry driven methods. Numerical methods are more accurate, but geometry driven methods are computationally less expensive. This paper explores two alternative techniques to overcome some of the limitations of traditional numerical simulation schemes for the casting process simulation. The first technique uses a geometric transformation method known as the medial axis transformation, to predict hot spots whereas the second technique, based on meshless methods, is used for simulating the mould filling process.
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Intro
CONTENTS
EDITORIAL ADVISORY BOARD
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Editorial
Alternative techniques for casting process simulation
Modeling fluid-solid thermomechanical interactions in casting processes
Radial basis function collocation method solution of natural convection in porous media
Multiple solutions and stability of confined convective and swirling flows - a continuing challenge
FEM analysis of multifluid heat exchangers.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
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Print version: Ransing, Dr R.S. fifth World Congress on Computational Mechanics, Vienna, July 2002
ISBN:
9781845443566
9780861769230
OCLC:
437177251