The aim of this work is to study the technique suggested by KIM [18,19] and extend this by expanding the nonlinear DOFs motions by natural modes of the condensed system. To demonstrate the capability of the suggested method, few case studies consisting of a discrete system with weak and essential nonlinearity are studied and the results are compared.
is the eigenvalue problem of the linearized condensed system, where [[phi].sub.jk] is the kth mass normalized, maximum real right eigenvector and [[lambda].sub.jk] is its companion eigenvalue.
By applying the proposed method to the condensed system and expanding the response using its first three mode shapes, another 64% computational cost reduction is achieved due to reduction of systems size from 5 DOFs to 3 DOFs.
Krinichnyi presents readers with a comprehensive guide to the main experimental and methodological approaches to studying various organic condensed systems
. The book covers the theoretical backgrounds of paramagnetic resonance and spin transfer in conjugated polymers; instrumentation and experimental setup; magnetic, relaxation, and dynamic parameters of charge carriers in conjugated polymers; charge transfer by spin carriers in polymer:fullerene nanocomposites; and a wide variety of other related subjects.
One of the factors that determine the evolution of detonation processes in energy condensed systems based on ammonium saltpeter is the rate of exothermic decomposition in the system which, in its turn, is caused by the parameters of ammonium nitrate thermal decomposition.
Thus, the exothermic decomposition of energy condensed systems based on ammonium saltpeter can be intensified by insertion of additives to such systems providing an earlier appearance of nitrogen dioxide.
The use of proposed static mixer for emulsifying of energy condensed systems allowed to obtain an emulsion with dispersion of 1,3 ...
It is studied the nature of the thermal decomposition of the energy condensed systems based on ammonium nitrate according to the nature of the fuel component.