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De Dwaipayan, Nandi Titas and Bandyopadhyay Asish

, G., Priarone, P. C., Rizzuti, S., Settineri, L., Tebaldo, V. “A Contribution on the Modelling of Wire Electrical Discharge Machining of a γ-TiAl Alloy”, Procedia CIRP 31, pp. 203 – 208, 2015 . DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.procir.2015.03.019 [24] Poletti, C., Balog, M., Schubert, T., Liedtke, V., Edtmaier, C. “Production of titanium matrix composites reinforced with SiC particles”, Composites Science and Technology 68, pp. 2171 – 2177, 2008 . [25] Madyira, D. M., Akinlabi, E. T. “Effects of Wire Electrical Discharge Machining on Fracture Toughness

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Yildirim Vebil

. Yang, G. H. Nie. Generalized Coordinate for Warping of Naturally Curved and Twisted Beams with General Cross-Sectional Shapes. Int J Solids Struct 2006 (43), 2853-2867. [25] W. G. Jiang, M. K. Warby, J. L. Henshall. Statically Indeterminate Contacts in Axially Loaded Wire Strand. Eur J Mech A/Solids 2008 (27), 69-78. [26] C. L. Dym. Consistent Derivations of Spring Rates for Helical Springs. ASME J Mech Des 2009 (131), No. 7, 0710041-5. [27] R. Mirzaeifar, R. DesRoches, A. A. Yavari. Combined Analytical, Numerical, and

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Azzeddine Belaziz and Mohamed Mazari

specimens of type IV ( Figure 2 ): thickness T = 6 mm, width of narrow section W c = 6 mm, length of narrow section L = 33 mm, width overall W o = 19 mm, length overall L o = 100 mm, gage length G = 25 mm, distance between grips D = 65 mm, outer radius R o = 25 mm, and radius of fillet R = 14 mm. The mechanical tests were carried out with a Zwick/Roell-type machine with a capacity of 20 kN [ 9 ]. Figure 2 Specimens of uniaxial tensile test UT All dimensions of the specimens are taken according to ASTM standard D638-03 [ 10 ]. The

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Krzysztof Kurc, Andrzej Burghardt, Dariusz Szybicki and Józef Giergiel

robot [ 13 , 14 , 15 , 16 , 17 , 18 , 19 , 20 , 21 , 22 , 23 , 24 ] was prepared using an energetic method based on the Lagrange equations. In order to avoid modeling problems with decoupling Lagrange multipliers, Maggi’s equations were used [ 25 ]. In the dynamic model of the robot, the same characteristic points on the structure are considered as in the kinematic description ( Figure 5a and 5b ). Figure 5 Dynamic model of the robot–forces acting on the robot: (a) in the xy system and (b) in the yz system A description of dynamics

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Reza Barmaki and Mir Biyouk Ehghaghi

with pure water was done with the 8 point something different, and each point is repeated thrice and the average of the data obtained for the parameters are given in Table 4 . The flow rate within the specified time was analyzed by an ultrasonic flow meter that is connected to the outer pipe and acts in pure water without defects, with less than 2% error rate data to be confirmed. Table 4 Results related to S.G. = 1, pure water 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Q(m 3 /h) 0 17.38 20.36 23.16 24.86 25.73 27.14 29.77 H

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T. Deepan Bharathi Kannan, B. Suresh Kumar, G. Rajesh Kannan, M. Umar and Mohammad Chand Khan

.17 6 350 0.038 0.033333 0.193333 1.91 7 350 0.038 0.03 0.25 3 8 350 0.203 0.106667 0.716667 2.88 9 350 0.203 0.146667 0.54 2.07 10 540 0.203 0.366667 0.356667 3.01 11 540 0.038 0.023333 0.426667 1.9 12 540 0.076 0.083333 0.573333 1.89 13 540 0.076 0.056667 0.503333 3.43 14 270 0.076 0.106667 0.146667 3.05 15 270 0.076 0.133333 0.546667 1.79 16 270 0.038 0.12 0.256667 1.61 17 270 0.203 0

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Ebrahim Nazarimofrad and Mehdi Barang

. Figure 3 Critical shear buckling versus central fraction of the steel foam core with and without Pasternak foundation effect Table 1 Shear buckling in steel foamed panel with and without Pasternak foundation effect α 0.1 0.15 0.2 0.25 0.3 0.35 0.4 0.45 0.5 0.55 0.6 0.65 0.7 0.75 0.8 N xy 1009 1334 1692 2068 2450 2821 3170 3480 3739 3931 4043 4060 3969 3754 3402 φ 64 63 62 61 61 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 Now for α = 0

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S. Sai Venkatesh, T. A. Ram Kumar, A. P. Blalakumhren, M. Saimurugan and K. Prakash Marimuthu

of mild steel, respectively. Table 2 Johnson–Cook material properties of mild steel. A B C n m 148 MPa 341 MPa 0.01 0.183 0.859 Table 3 Material properties of mild steel. Parameter Value Young’s modulus 210 GPa Poisson’s ratio 0.3 Specific heat 432 J/kg/°C Thermal conductivity 47.7 W/m °C Density 7800 kg/m 3 Friction coefficient 0.3 2.3 Damage criteria The damage criteria define the criteria for separation of chip from the

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Amit K. Thawait, Lakshman Sondhi, Shubhashis Sanyal and Shubhankar Bhowmick

. Figure 3 Distribution of E for exponential FG disks Figure 4 Distribution of density for exponential FG disks Figure 5 Distribution of E for Mori–Tanaka disks Figure 6 Distribution of density for Mori–Tanaka disks Figure 7 Distribution of E for power law FG disks Figure 8 Distribution of density for power law FG disks Table 1 Aluminum and zirconia properties [ 11 ] Material E (GPa) ρ (kg/m 3 ) G (GPa) ν Aluminum 70 2700 26.9231 0.3

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Milon Selvam Dennison, Sivaram N M, Debabrata Barik and Senthil Ponnusamy

genetic algorithm. IRACST-Engineering Science and Technology: An International Journal (ESTIJ), 2(4), 2012. Selvam M. D. Dawood D. A. S. Karuppusami D. G. Optimization of machining parameters for face milling operation in a vertical CNC milling machine using genetic algorithm IRACST-Engineering Science and Technology: An International Journal (ESTIJ) 2 4 2012 [25] Selvam, M. D., Srinivasan, V. and Sekar, C. B.: An Attempt to Minimize Lubricants In Various Metal Cutting Processes. International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, 9(22), 7688–7692, 2014. Selvam M