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Transient elastohydrodynamic analysis of elliptical contacts. Part 1: Isothermal and Newtonian lubricant solution
Abstract Transient elastohydrodynamic lubrication of general elliptical point contacts was analysed in the present study based on multi-level techniques. Both entrainment directions along the majorExpand
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Magnetoelectric study in Terfenol-D/Tb2(MoO4)3 bilayer composite
The dependence of the magnetoelectric coefficients (αE) in the Terfenol-D/Tb2(MoO4)3 bilayer composite on the magnetic bias fields and the frequencies has been studied. The strain with butterfly loopExpand
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Large polaron evolution in anatase TiO2 due to carrier and temperature dependence of electron-phonon coupling
The electronic and magneto transport properties of reduced anatase TiO2 epitaxial thin films are analyzed considering various polaronic effects. Unexpectedly, with increasing carrier concentration,Expand
Electromagnetic Scattering by Multiple Columns Partially Buried in a Ground Plane
Wideband electromagnetic scattering from multiple objects partially buried beneath rough earth soil surfaces is an important topic during recent years due to its extensive applications in severalExpand
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Time-domain physical optics method for the analysis of wide-band EM scattering from two dimensional conducting rough surface
In this paper, we extend the application of time-domain physical optics (TDPO) method to investigate electromagnetic (EM) scattering from two dimensional perfectly electrically conducting (PEC) roughExpand
DOPPLER SPECTRUM OF SCATTERED WAVE FROM TWO-DIMENSIONAL TIME-VARYING NONLINEAR SEA SURFACES UNDER RIGHT-HAND CIRCULARLY POLARIZED WAVE INCIDENCE
Electromagnetic scattering from time-varying sea surfaces under right-hand circularly polarized (RHCP) wave incidence is investigated, with emphasis on exploring the influence of nonlinearExpand
Discussion: Transient elastohydrodynamic point contact analysis using a new coupled differential deflection method
There has recently been some discussion on the validity of the Hamrock and Dowson [1] formulae for the film thickness prediction in elastohydrodynamically lubricated circular point contacts in theExpand
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