# Chaotic Advection in a Shear Layer

*The developing (in time) inviscid shear layer, although not yet in its turbulent regime, displays all the characteristics of chaotic advection. The corresponding Lyapunov exponent is strictly...*

The Moving Contact Line

*The flow field around the moving contact line, generated by an impulsive, horizontal motion of a vertical plate, is studied numerically. The two-dimensional, unsteady Navier-Stokes equations,...*

Interaction of Viscous Free-Surface Flow with Submerged Structure

*The fully-transformed unsteady incompressible Navier-Stokes equations are solved numerically in a time-dependent boundary-fitted coordinate system. In addition, the complete viscous free-surface...*

Simulation of Blood-Heart Interaction: Validation of Approach

*An existing pressure correction method to model unsteady flow with arbitrarily moving boundaries has been adapted to simulate the interaction of three-dimensional blood flow with a mitral...*

Three-Dimensional Blood Flows Associated with Intra-Aortic Balloon Counterpulsation

*Three-dimensional blood flow processes associated with intra-aortic balloon counterpuslation (IABP) are calculated using a Cray YMP supercomputer. The mathematical model incorporates a...*

Finite Analytic Explicit Scheme for Viscous Burgers' Equation

*Burgers' equation is numerically analyzed by finite analytic method. The basic idea of finite analytic method is to incorporate the analytic solution of partial differential...*

Forced Vibration Analysis of Frame Structures Subjected to Support Movements by the Distributed Mass Method

*The dynamic response of frame structures subjected to support movements as a time varying excitation is analyzed by the distributed mass method. The continuous nature of a structure can...*

Dynamic Behavior of a Non-Linear Cable Truss

*The equations of motion of a geometrically non-linear cable truss are presented. The behavior of the truss subject to harmonic excitation is studied....*

The Analysis of a Spherical Shell

*The analysis of a spherical shell may be performed by using the integral equation method. For a continuum structure, this method is computationally efficient and requires simple input...*

Engineering Applications of the Analysis of a Spherical Shell

*In a companion paper, a set of two integral equations have been established for a spherical shell under axisymmetric loads. This set of equations may be solved numerically by using Nystrom...*

Time-Delayed Control of Nondispersive Continuous Systems

*This paper deals with the noncollocated, time-delayed active point control of continuous systems. It considers systems of finite spatial extent which can be modelled by the undamped wave...*

Foias-Temam Approximations of Attractors for Galloping Oscillators

*A method for the algebraic approximation of attractors recently developed by Foias and Temam is adapted for application to autonomous galloping oscillators. We compare results obtained...*

Response of Nonclassically Damped MDOF Systems to Nonstationary Random Excitation

*A procedure for calculating the dynamic response of a nonclassically damped multi-degree-of-freedom (MDOF) system to nonstationary non-white vector-valued random excitation is developed...*

Characterization of Acoustic Emission Signals

*Separation of crack growth signals is of fundamental importance for detecting, locating and determining the significance of an internal flaw using acoustic emission techniques. An analytical...*

Modeling of Successive Impacts in Sand

*The principal aspects of numerical modeling of successive, high energy impacts in sand are discussed in this paper. These include the numerical formulation used for solution of the equations...*

In Situ Determination of Smith Soil Model Parameters for Wave Equation Analysis

*A methodology for in situ determination of Smith soil model parameters for wave equation analysis is presented. The method uses a small-rod penetration test in conjunction with CAPWAPC...*

Wave Equation Modelling of the SPT

*The stress wave propagation in the Standard Penetration Test (SPT) is described in this paper. It is shown that the SPT is a complex dynamic system and that both force and motion measurements...*

Reliability Analysis for Time of Travel in Compacted Soil Liners

*Time of travel through compacted soil liners is difficult to predict because numerous factors confound the analysis. In this paper, the influence of spatial variability and uncertainty...*

Infragravity Wave Motion in a Tidal Inlet

*Infragravity waves (20*

Ground Water Modeling Using the Method of Lines (MOL)

Ground Water Modeling Using the Method of Lines (MOL)

*The development of robust general purpose numerical algorithms for initial-boundary value ordinary differential equations (ODEs) which use the method of lines (MOL) makes the solution...*

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