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Journal of Mechanical Materials and Mechanics Research

ISSN: 2810-935X (Online)

Vol. 5 , Iss. 1 (March 2022)



  • Vacuum Filling Simulation with Combined Lagranian and VOF Method

    Yujia Chen, Maoxuan Cai, Shixun Zhang, Na Zhang, Wei Cao

    Article ID: 4511
    185  (Abstract) 65  (Download)


    Jetting succeeded by accumulation is the characteristic of the vacuum filling, which is different from the conventional pressure-driven flow. In order to simulate this kind of flow, a three-dimensional theoretical model in terms of incompressible and viscous flow is established, and an iterative method combined with finite element method (FEM) is proposed to solve the... More

  • Study of Concrete Filled Unplasticized Poly-Vinyl Chloride Tubes as Columns under Axial Loading

    Manish Sharma, Md. Imteyaz Ansari, Nazrul Islam

    Article ID: 4494
    207  (Abstract) 93  (Download)


    This article aims to examine the behavior of Unplasticized Poly- Vinyl-Chloride (UPVC) bounded reinforced columns with polypropylene fibers under axial compression. To develop this model, a no samples of concrete filled UPVC pipe (CFUT)  with different geometric properties were tested. To obtain the specimens different class pipes with three different diameters were used to investigate the... More

  • Adverse Effects of Condenser Cooling Seawater Temperature, Fouling, and Salinity on the Output Power and Thermal Efficiency of BWR NNPs

    Said M. A. Ibrahim, Ismail M. A. Aggour

    Article ID: 4617
    162  (Abstract) 49  (Download)


    Increasing the thermal efficiency in newly designed power stations is a priority. Keeping the efficiency in existed plants close to the rated one is of paramount importance. This research contributes to investigating the adverse effects of changes in condenser seawater coolant characteristics, (temperature, fouling, and salinity), on the thermal performance of a Boiling Water Reactor Nuclear... More