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2012-12-26strong slip acceleration transients can be generated there evenbyapparentlyunfavorable (negative) loads Section 4 3 summarizes important analytical results Section 5 discusses their implications on the properties of postseismic slip and slow earthquakes 2 Model Formulation [7] We consider a fault governed by rate-and-state friction
In this analysis we present a theoretical study to examine the combined effect of both slip velocity and periodic body acceleration on an unsteady generalized non-Newtonian blood flow through a stenosed artery with permeable wall A constant transverse magnetic field is applied on the peristaltic flow of blood treating it as an elastico-viscous electrically conducting and incompressible fluid
2012-12-26strong slip acceleration transients can be generated there evenbyapparentlyunfavorable (negative) loads Section 4 3 summarizes important analytical results Section 5 discusses their implications on the properties of postseismic slip and slow earthquakes 2 Model Formulation [7] We consider a fault governed by rate-and-state friction
2013-3-22The effects of hydrodynamic and thermal slip boundary conditions on the double-diffusive free convective flow of a nanofluid along a semi-infinite flat solid vertical plate are investigated numerically It is assumed that free stream is moving The governing boundary layer equations are non-dimensionalized and transformed into a system of nonlinear coupled similarity equations
Abstract The effect of surface wettability on droplet impact on spherical surfaces is studied with the CLSVOF method When the impact velocity is constant with the increase in the contact angle (CA) the maximum spreading factor and time needed to reach the maximum spreading factor (t max) both decrease the liquid film is more prone to breakup and rebound
2015-3-13Enormous earthquakes repeatedly occur in subduction zones and the slips along megathrusts in particular those propagating to the toe of the forearc wedge generate ruinous tsunamis Quantitative evaluation of slip parameters (i e slip velocity rise time and slip distance) of past slip events at shallow tsunamigenic part of the fault is critical to characterize such earthquakes
The study concentrates on examining the effect of the change in the Knudsen number (Kn) on the velocity profiles magnitude of slip at the wall and skin friction coefficient Assuming that a difference between the two slip models of the order of 10% or less justifies the use of the simple first-order model the transitional Kn numbers have
2014-6-13magnetic field with slip boundary condition numerically and analytically El-Shehawey et al [19]-[22] studied the effect of body acceleration in different situations They studied the effect of MHD flow of blood under body acceleration and the Womersley problem for pulsatile flow of blood through a porous medium The blood flow
2014-9-29the acceleration of the piston and g is the acceleration of gravity 3 Results and discussion 3 1 The case for steady-state characteristics Figure 3shows a typical example of the measured position velocity friction force and acceleration in z-direction of the cylinder when astepwise signal was supplied to the proportional control valves
(a) Shear stress near the tip of a propagating slip pulse The parameters τ p and τ r are peak and residual shear stresses and σ yx 0 or σ yz 0 is the initial shear stress R is the slip weakening distance L is the length of the pulse [from Rice et al 2005] (b) Contour plot of the maximum Coulomb stress as a function of position around the tip of a slip pulse
The study concentrates on examining the effect of the change in the Knudsen number (Kn) on the velocity profiles magnitude of slip at the wall and skin friction coefficient Assuming that a difference between the two slip models of the order of 10% or less justifies the use of the simple first-order model the transitional Kn numbers have
2015-6-15This paper presents the study of blood flow through stenosed artery with the effect of external body acceleration and slip velocity Blood has been considered as non-Newtonian Bingham plastic fluid model The non-linear differential equations governing the fluid flow are solved using the perturbation method and Matlab
2012-2-2Rise velocity As seen previously the problem in two-phase flow is to find an appropriate expression for the mixture density Pm' by estimating the liquid holdup HL The liquid holdup or the gas void fraction (1 - HL) depends on the in situ velocity of the gas phase Vg The gas velocity is greater than the mixture velocity Vm because of the
Centripetal acceleration can be calculated by taking the linear velocity squared divided by the radius of the circle the object is traveling along Key Terms acceleration: The amount by which a speed or velocity increases (and so a scalar quantity or a vector quantity) circular motion: Motion in such a way that the path taken is that of a circle
Effect of the velocity slip on the radial velocity in the absence/presence of porous matrix and the presence of the magnetic parameter is presented in Figure 6 for various physical parameters Slip has a significant role on the profile Pick in velocity distribution is noted in the absence of the slip and porosity parameter
2018-12-31An unsteady forced slip velocity has an important effect on the flow conditions adjacent to a membrane interface which can help control concentration polarisation (CP) and fouling This study explores the effect of non-sinusoidal slip velocity waveforms on mass transfer and shear stress in membrane channels
2019-7-1study the effect of extremely zimposed periodic body acceleration on non Newtonian blood flow through an elastic stenosed artery where the blood is characterized by the generalized power-law model P Nagarani and G Sarojamma (2008)[28] analyzed the effect of body acceleration on pulsatile flow of Casson fluid through a
Also they claimed that increased Reynolds number would lead to the increases of fluid velocity and wall shear stress Siddiqui et al [12] have modelled the blood as non-Newtonian Bingham plastic fluid model The model was used to study the flow through stenosed artery in the presences of slip velocity and body acceleration
2019-7-1study the effect of extremely zimposed periodic body acceleration on non Newtonian blood flow through an elastic stenosed artery where the blood is characterized by the generalized power-law model P Nagarani and G Sarojamma (2008)[28] analyzed the effect of body acceleration on pulsatile flow of Casson fluid through a
2014-5-12Effects of sliding velocity and of stepwise acceleration from sub- to co-seismic slip rates MSc Thesis A J L Buijze 0476609 Utrecht University 29 November 2010 Abstract Investigating the (transient) frictional behaviour of fault rock from low to high velocities
2019-12-18consideration of a velocity slip at the stenosed vessel wall will be quite rational in blood flow modeling With the above motivations an attempt has been made to study the effects of slip (at the stenotic wall) and the influence of body acceleration on the flow variables (wall shear stress velocity
2015-8-24statistics of the particle velocity and velocity fluctuations are discussed in Sections 3 2 and 3 3 The in-plane and streamwise fluxes of the solid phase are presented in Section 3 4 The particle acceleration and its variance with curvature are shown in Section 3 5 The paper ends with a summary of the main conclusions
Abstract The effect of surface wettability on droplet impact on spherical surfaces is studied with the CLSVOF method When the impact velocity is constant with the increase in the contact angle (CA) the maximum spreading factor and time needed to reach the maximum spreading factor (t max) both decrease the liquid film is more prone to breakup and rebound
Figs 6a-6c show the effects of velocity slip variable thermal conductivity and viscosity parameters on the dimensionless velocity temperature and nanoparticle volume fraction (nanoparticle concentration) It is found that the fluid velocity is an increasing function of velocity slip parameter (δ) (see Fig 6a) This is perhaps because when
2020-1-21The rear tire slip angle is a result of a combination of the ratio of the longitudinal velocity vector and the lateral velocity vector and the lateral velocity component due to yaw Figure 2 11 illustrates the rear tire slip angle α θξ η r bV V = − (2 7) where b = center of gravity location from vehicle rear axle θ = yaw velocity of
2017-7-29acceleration the slip front velocity with the relative rise of the energy density at the slip tip Keywords Dynamic modelling Friction mechanisms Contact mechanics Stick–slip Stress analysis 1 Introduction Many aspects in engineering technology and science concerning friction have impact on our daily lives [1] As
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