• Publications
  • Influence
An effective method for solving the hyper‐singular integral equations in 3‐D acoustics
The application of the boundary integral methods to the problem of acoustics, exterior to a three‐dimensional surface, suffers, in general, from the nonexistence of nonuniqueness of its solutions atExpand
  • 134
  • 4
Non-hyper-singular integral-representations for velocity (displacement) gradients in elastic/plastic solids (small or finite deformations)
New integral representations for deformation (velocity) gradients in elastic or elasto-plastic solids undergoing small or large deformations are presented. Compared to the cases wherein directExpand
  • 65
  • 1
Some recent developments in finite-strain elastoplasticity using the field-boundary element method
A new boundary integral equation is derived directly for velocity gradients in a finite strain elasto-plastic solid. These integral equations for velocity gradients do not involve hyper-singularitiesExpand
  • 5
  • 1
  • PDF
On the evaluation of hyper-singular integrals arising in the boundary element method for linear elasticity
The boundary element method (BEM) for linear elasticity in its curent usage is based on the boundary integral equation for displacements. The stress field in the interior of the body is computed byExpand
  • 40
  • PDF
Model Based Diagnostics and Prognosis System for Rotating Machinery
A PC-based automated mechanical vibration diagnostic and prognosis system for rotating machinery is under development by integrating AI-expert system-based interpretative capabilities with rotorExpand
  • 4
Application of partial differential equation modeling of the control/structural dynamics of flexible spacecraft
Partial differential equations for modeling the structural dynamics and control systems of flexible spacecraft are applied here in order to facilitate systems analysis and optimization of theseExpand
  • 1
Analysis of Embedded and Surface Elliptical Flaws in Transversely Isotropic Bodies by the Finite Element Alternating Method
The generalized solution is employed in the Schwarz-Neumann alternating method in conjunction with the finite element method
  • 6
  • PDF
Reliability of a Conceptual Ceramic Gas Turbine Component Subjected to Static and Transient Thermomechanical Loading
A three year program to evaluate the feasibility of using monolithic silicon nitride ceramic components in gas turbines was conducted. The use of ceramic materials may enable design of turbineExpand