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Computer modeling of heat flow in welds
This paper summarizes progress in the development of methods, models, and software for analyzing or simulating the flow of heat in welds as realistically and accurately as possible. First theExpand
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Numerical analysis of heat and mass transfer in the capillary structure of a loop heat pipe
The heat and mass transfer in the capillary porous structure of a loop heat pipe (LHP) is numerically studied and the LHP boiling limit is investigated. The mass, momentum and energy equations areExpand
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A DISTORTION METRIC FOR ISOPARAMETRIC FINITE ELEMENTS
Distorted isoparametric elements are frequently encountered in finite element analyses. It is well known that element distortion affects not only the interpolation functions in the physical (x,y,z)Expand
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Numerical simulation of laser full penetration welding
A three dimensional finite element model has been developed to dynamically simulate the laser full penetration welding process. The parametric design capabilities of the finite element code ANSYSExpand
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Three-dimensional numerical analysis of heat and mass transfer in heat pipes
A three-dimensional finite-element numerical model is presented for simulation of the steady-state performance characteristics of heat pipes. The mass, momentum and energy conservation equations areExpand
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An algorithm for modelling microstructural development in weld heat-affected zones (part a) reaction kinetics
Abstract A computer algorithm originally developed for predicting the hardenability of low alloy steels has been adapted to forecast the microstructural development in weld heat-affected zones (HAZ).Expand
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Computational weld mechanics
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Combinatorial optimization of weld sequence by using a surrogate model to mitigate a weld distortion
Choosing an optimal sequence from the set of all possible combinations of a weld’s sub-passes is always a challenge for designers. The solution of such combinatorial optimization problems is limitedExpand
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Simulation on the thermal cycle of a welding process by space–time convection–diffusion finite element analysis
Abstract Welding plays an important role in manufacturing. But difficulties still exist for simulation of the welding process of large welded structures, due to the limitation of computer capacity,Expand
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