This book comprehensively presents the computational design of rolling bearings dealing with many interdisciplinary difficult working fields. They encompass elastohydrodynamics (EHD), Hertzian contact theory, oil-film thickness in elastohydrodynamic lubrication (EHL), bearing dynamics, tribology of surface textures, fatigue failure mechanisms, fatigue lifetimes of rolling bearings and lubricating greases, Weibull distribution, rotor balancing, and airborne noises (NVH) in the rolling bearings. Furthermore, the readers are provided with hands-on essential formulas based on the up-to-date DIN ISO norms and helpful examples for computational design of rolling bearings. The topics are intended for undergraduate and graduate students in mechanical and material engineering, research scientists, and practicing engineers who want to understand the interactions between these working fields and to know how to design the rolling bearings for automotive industry and many other industries. Dr. Hung Nguyen-Schäfer is a senior technical manager in development of electric machines for hybrid and electric vehicles at EM-motive GmbH, a joint company of Daimler and Bosch in Germany. He has nearly 30 years of experience in automotive industry at Robert Bosch GmbH, Bosch Mahle Turbosystems, and EM- motive. His working areas are gasoline and diesel direct injection systems, fuel supply components, anti-breaking systems, fuel-cell vehicles, automotive turbochargers, hybrid, and electric vehicles. He is also the author of three professional books: Aero and Vibro-acoustics of Automotive Turbochargers. Springer Berlin-Heidelberg (2013) Tensor Analysis and Elementary Differential Geometry for Physicists and Engineers. Springer Berlin-Heidelberg (2014) Rotordynamics of Automotive Turbochargers, Second Edition. Springer Berlin-Heidelberg (2015)
Computational Design Methods and Technologies:Applications in CAD, CAM and Cae Education
This book offers an introduction to the fundamental principles and systematic methodologies employed in computational approaches to ship design. It takes a detailed approach to the description of the problem definition, related theories, mathematical formulation, algorithm selection, and other core design information. Over eight chapters and appendices the book covers the complete process of ship design, from a detailed description of design theories through to cutting-edge applications. Following an introduction to relevant terminology, the first chapters consider ship design equations and models, freeboard calculations, resistance prediction and power estimation. Subsequent chapters cover topics including propeller deign, engine selection, hull form design, structural design and outfitting. The book concludes with two chapters considering operating design and economic factors including construction costs and fuel consumption. The book reflects first-hand experiences in ship design and R&D activities, and incorporates improvements based on feedback received from many industry experts. Examples provided are based on genuine case studies in the field. The comprehensive description of each design stage presented in this book offers guidelines for academics, researchers, students, and industrial manufactures from diverse fields, including ocean engineering and mechanical engineering. From a commercial point of view the book will be of great value to those involved in designing a new vessel or improving an existing ship. Dr Myung-Il Roh is an Associate Professor in the Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, Seoul National University, Korea. He is also a Head of Interdisciplinary Program in Offshore Plant Engineering at Seoul National University, Korea from 2016. He received the B.S. degree in 1998, the M.S. degree in 2000, and the Ph.D. degree in 2005 in naval architecture and ocean engineering from Seoul National University, Korea. Before joining the faculty of Seoul National University in 2013, he had worked as an assistant professor of the School of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering at University of Ulsan, Korea from 2007 to 2013. His teaching and research interests include design technologies of ships and offshore structures, such as optimization, simulation, computerization, and integration. He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Society for Computational Design and Engineering, an Editor for the PLOS ONE Journal and the International Journal of Computational Design and Engineering, and an Editorial Board member for the International Journal of Ocean Systems Engineering and the Journal of Shipping and Ocean Engineering. He published over 10 lecture notes, 120 journal papers, and 230 conference papers so far. Dr Kyu-Yeul Lee is a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Naval Architecture and Ocean Engineering, Seoul National University, Korea. He received the B.S. degree in naval architecture and ocean engineering from Seoul National University, the M.S. degree, and the Ph.D. degree in naval architecture from the University of Hannover, Germany. His main areas of teaching and research interests include ship and offshore structure design, optimization, CAD, robotics, and multibody dynamics. He had worked as a research engineer and a lecturer at the University of Hannover and as a principal researcher and a project leader on Computerized Ship Design and Production System at the Korea Research Institute of Ships and Ocean Engineering. He published over 10 lecture notes, 150 journal papers, and 300 conference papers so far.
This book provides state-of-the-art computational approaches for accelerating materials discovery, synthesis, and processing using thermodynamics and kinetics. The authors deliver an overview of current practical computational tools for materials design in the field. They describe ways to integrate thermodynamics and kinetics and how the two can supplement each other. Dr. Dongwon Shin is a Research and Development staff member at Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Dr. James Saal is the Manager of Technology at QuesTek Innovation, LLC.
Computational Materials System Design:1st ed. 2018
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Computational Approaches to Materials Design:Theoretical and Practical Aspects