H. R. Newton
TLM models of bending transients and their application to the deformation of thin walled ceramic shapes
Newton, H. R.; Pulko, S. H.; Wilkinson, A. J.
S. H. Pulko
Dr Antony Wilkinson A.J.Wilkinson@hull.ac.uk
Lecturer/ Programme Director for Electronic, and Electrical & Electronic Engineering Programmes
A transmission line matrix model of viscous bending under gravity is devised. This is initially extended to a two-component, parallel, dashpot-spring model corresponding to a Kelvin solid, and then to a three-component model comprising an initial elastic deflection followed by a slow viscoelastic deformation. This three-component model is used to predict the deformation of thin walled ceramic shapes during firing. Predicted deformations and those observed in fired ceramic pieces are compared for three types of ceramic shape; bars supported as cantilevers, vertical hoops and three-dimensional 'mushroom' shaped shells. Copyright © 2002 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.
|Journal Article Type||Article|
|Journal||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF NUMERICAL MODELLING-ELECTRONIC NETWORKS DEVICES AN|
|Peer Reviewed||Peer Reviewed|
|APA6 Citation||Newton, H. R., Pulko, S. H., & Wilkinson, A. J. (2002). TLM models of bending transients and their application to the deformation of thin walled ceramic shapes. International journal of numerical modelling, 15(3), 287-301. doi:10.1002/jnm.444|
|Keywords||Modelling and Simulation; Electrical and Electronic Engineering; Computer Science Applications|
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