Additional video materials for paper "The mathematical model of damped oscillations of elastic rod considering dual – phase lagging"
Contributors: Igor Kudinov
... These animated graphs allow us to estimate the change in displacements at each point of the rod in the entire time range of the damped process
Contributors: UnaElsLive Natra, mdgmatest5 live
... RDM - File Type Support 21May2019 ElsCustomer Apart from .u3d all files preview [ .obj / .ply / .vtk / .stl / .ent / .brk / .pdb / .pse / .mol / .mol2 / .cif / .u3d / .dcm / .nii] - .pse is not supported
Contributors: Guillem Camprodon, Viktor Smari, Dorian Somers
... The Smart Citizen Web is the main front-end website for the Smart Citizen Platform. It provides a visual website where the project environmental sensors can be accessed in near real time to facilitate the exploration of data with other contextual data (maps, keywords) and processed reports. This is especially important towards citizens engaging at each local site having a sense of ownership over a technology intervention has been associated with sustained community engagement. It connects with the Smart Citizen Platform using its REST API. This work is led by IAAC Fab Lab Barcelona team under the framework of iSCAPE (Improving Smart Control of Air Pollution in Europe) project, which is funded by the European Community’s H2020 Programme (H2020-SC5-04-2015) under the Grant Agreement No. 689954. All the authors acknowledge the funding received via the iSCAPE project.
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Supplementary material for the PhD thesis of Rickman, J., "Modelling microtubule dynamics and microtubule-motor self-organisation", UCL, 2019.
Contributors: Jamie Rickman
... Simulation configuration files, documentation and supplementary movies.
Data for: Thermodynamics of an austenitic stainless steel (AISI-348) through in situ TEM heavy ion irradiations
Contributors: Matheus A. Tunes, Graeme Greaves, Thomas M. Kremmer, Vladimir Vishnyakov, Philip Edmondson, Stefan Pogatscher, Stephen Donnelly, Claudio Schon
... This dataset contains processed and raw data necessary to reproduce the reported research investigation. The steps to reproduce this research are detailed described in the Materials and Method section in our paper.
Contributors: Carlos Palacio
... Raw data for the internal Project 2016210 "Preparation and characterization of magnetic nanoparticles based in ferrites"--> UAN-UdeA.
Contributors: Prashant Jha, Robert Lipton
... We share the data used in publishing the article "Numerical convergence of finite difference approximations for state based peridynamic fracture models", see https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cma.2019.03.024. The data set comprises of raw data produced by computational code, post-processed files, and python script files. We consider finite difference approximation of a nonlinear state-based peridynamic model. We run simulation for two problems. In the first problem, we have a square domain with verticle pre-crack originating from the middle of the bottom edge. We apply a constant velocity boundary condition along the horizontal axis on the bottom layer. In response to the boundary conditions, the crack propagates vertically. The data correspond to three different horizons, 2mm, 4mm, and 8mm. For each horizon, we have three results, each corresponding to mesh size horizon/2, horizon/4, and horizon/8. From the approximate displacement fields, we compute the rate of convergence with respect to mesh size, for each fixed horizon. These are post-processed data and can be found in "postprocessing" folder of Example 1. In the second problem, we consider a rectangle domain which is supported at two regions (left and right) near the bottom edge. On the portion of the top edge, we apply a monotonically increasing in time force in the downward direction. We run simulation when the sample has just one vertical pre-crack originating from the middle of the bottom edge and when the sample has two vertical pre-cracks symmetrically located and originating from the bottom edge. We plot the damage at multiple times and show that the crack propagates upwards in response to applied load. All computations are carried out using an in-house developed code. In this data set, we have not shared the computational code. However, we plan on making the code public in the future. If you are interested in our code and if you have some collaborative ideas please feel free to get in touch.
Dataset for the Paper MEdit4CEP-CPN: An Approach for Complex Event Processing Modeling by Prioritized Colored Petri Nets
Contributors: Juan Boubeta-Puig, Gregorio Diaz, HERMENEGILDA MACIA, Valentin Valero, Guadalupe Ortiz
... These files should be considered as additional material for the paper "MEdit4CEP-CPN: An Approach for Complex Event Processing Modeling by Prioritized Colored Petri Nets". Its aim is to show how our MEdit4CEP-CPN approach works.
Contributors: Christine Jones
... The first file is a movie (.mov) of a 3d model of lumbar vertebrae 1 through 5 created from a CT scan of a prehistoric adult woman with probable brucellosis from Fate Bell Shelter. The CT scan was taken using a GE Medical systems Discovery (MI) CT scanner (slice thickness 0.625) at the Image Research Center at the University of Texas at Austin. The second file is the same data as the movie but in mesh format (.mix) created using Meshmixer.
Contributors: Talha Agcayazi
... This repository contains the supplement files for the HardwareX Journal titled: Multi-axis Stress Sensor Characterization and Testing Platform Authors: Talha Agcayazi*, Marc Foster, Hannah Kausche, Max Gordon, Alper Bozkurt Affiliations: Electric and Computer Engineering, North Carolina State University Contact email: [firstname.lastname@example.org] Abstract: Multi-Axis mechanical stress sensors have become an important tool in numerous fields. To characterize the quality and resolution of a new stress sensor, researchers use test platforms to apply controlled amounts of shear and normal stresses. Since commercially available multi-axis test platforms are expensive, in many cases researchers end up needing to build their own sensor characterization platforms. In this study, we describe a cost-effective multi-axis stress sensor characterization platform to reduce development time, enable accurate benchmarking and provide an open source standard for stress sensor characterization for other researchers. In our design, we combined a 3-axis translational stage and a 3-axis force and torque (F/T) sensor through custom hardware and software. Our platform is cost effective and can reach the limits of the F/T sensor (Fxy = ±65N and Fz = ±200N) without losing any accuracy to structural bending. We provide detailed construction and operation instructions as well as results of extensive static and cyclic load experiments. To further validate our system, we show characterization results from a custom stress sensor as a case study. The modular nature of our platform also enables other researchers to customize this characterization platform for their unique experimental requirements.