Gennady Mishuris

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We have developed a web-enabled remote laboratory (WebLab) for microelectronic device characterization. This system allows remote clients to communicate with a server and carry out real-time measurements on transistors and other microelectronics devices. On the client side, a standard Java-enabled web browser and an Internet connection is all is required to(More)
A three-dimensional unilateral contact problem for articular cartilage layers is considered in the framework of the biphasic cartilage model. The articular cartilages bonded to subchondral bones are modeled as biphasic materials consisting of a solid phase and a fluid phase. It is assumed that the subchondral bones are rigid and shaped like elliptic(More)
 We have developed and deployed an online microelectronics characterization laboratory that allows the characterization of transistors and other microelectronic devices in real time through the internet. The architecture of this system was devised to accomplish two goals: 1) the delivery of a rich educational experience in microelectronic device(More)
In the present paper, an asymptotic model is constructed for the short-time deformation of an articular cartilage layer modeled as transversely isotropic, transversely homogeneous (TITH) biphasic material. It is assumed that the layer thickness is relatively small compared with the characteristic size of the normal surface load applied to the upper surface(More)
In the present paper, we review the current state-of-the-art in asymptotic modeling of articular contact. Particular attention has been given to the knee joint contact mechanics with a special emphasis on implications drawn from the asymptotic models, including average characteristics for articular cartilage layer. By listing a number of complicating(More)
A three-dimensional unilateral contact problem for articular cartilage layers is considered in the framework of the biphasic cartilage model. The articular cartilages bonded to sub-chondral bones are modeled as biphasic materials consisting of a solid phase and a fluid phase. It is assumed that the subchondral bones are rigid and shaped like elliptic(More)
A three-dimensional unilateral contact problem for articular cartilage layers attached to subchondral bones shaped as elliptic paraboloids is considered in the framework of the biphasic cartilage model. The main novelty of the study is in accounting not only for the normal (vertical), but also for tangential vertical (horisontal) displacements of the(More)