publishes mathematical results which have relevance to engineering science and technology. Formal descriptions of mathematical models related to engineering problems, aswell as results related to engineering applications are equally encouraged.
Mathematical Models in Engineering (MME) ISSN (Print) 2351-5279, ISSN (Online) 2424-4627 publishes mathematical results which have relevance to engineering science and technology. Formal descriptions of mathematical models related to engineering problems, as well as results related to engineering applications are equally encouraged. Established in 2015 and published 4 times a year (quarterly).
Applications of mathematical models in financial engineering, mechanical and aerospace engineering, bioengineering, chemical engineering, computer engineering, electrical engineering, industrial engineering and manufacturing systems, nonlinear science and technology are especially encouraged.
Mathematical models of interest include, but are not limited to, ordinary and partial differential equations, nonlinear analysis, stochastic processes, calculus of variations, operations research.
|H. Adeli||The Ohio State University, USA|
|T. C. Akinci||Istanbul Technical University, Turkey|
|S. V. Augutis||Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania|
|M. Bayat||Roudehen Branch, Islamic Azad University, Iran|
|Prof. Rafał Burdzik||Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Transport, Poland|
|Prof. M. S. Cao||Department of Engineering Mechanics, Hohai University, China|
|Lu Chen||Beihang University, China|
|S. Ersoy||Marmara University, Turkey|
|H. C. Eun||Kangwon National University, Korea|
|W. H. Hsieh||National Formosa University, Taiwan|
|Li Jun||Adv. Inst. of Science and Engg. Information, China|
|V. Kaminskas||Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania|
|V. Kappatos||University of Southern Denmark, Denmark|
|R. Kažys||Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania|
|V. Klyuev||Association Spektr – Group, Russia|
|Sunil Kumar||National Institute of Technology, India|
|G. Laukaitis||Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania|
|P. Lepšik||Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic|
|Prof. Guang-qing Lu||Jinan University, Zhuhai Campus, China|
|R. Maskeliūnas||Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania|
|D. Pisla||Technical University of Cluj-Napoca, Romania|
|Prof. Kazimieras Ragulskis||Lithuanian Academy of Sciences, Lithuanian|
|Prof. Vinayak Ranjan||Bennett University, India|
|J. I. Real||Technical University of Valencia, Spain|
|Dr. G. Eduardo Sandoval-Romero||The National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico|
|S. Toyama||Tokyo A&T University, Japan|
|S. Wierzbicki||University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn, Poland|
|A. Wylomanska||Wroclaw University of Technology, Poland|
|Xiao-Jun Yang||China University of Mining and Technology, China|
|Mao Yuxin||Zhejiang Gongshang University, China|
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Yun Dong, Yan An Gao, Ye Zhu, Peng Zhang
Walking crowd-induced lateral vibrations on slender structures have attracted considerable attention. The improper vibration of a structure adversely affects human comfort. To explore the effects of crowds on lateral structural properties, a pedestrian from a crowd is simulated by a walking bipedal robot. A simplified theory for structural vibration is proposed based on the assumptions of uniform distribution and synchronized walking of pedestrians. This theory can be used to describe the effect ... Continue reading
Mathematical Models in Engineering, Vol. 4, Issue 4, 2018, p. 191-200.
Fatemeh Sohani, H. R. Eipakchi
In this article, the free vibrations of Euler-Bernoulli and Timoshenko beams with arbitrary varying cross-section are investigated analytically using the perturbation technique. The governing equations are linear differential equations with variable coefficients and the Wentzel, Kramers, Brillouin approximation is adopted for solving these eigenvalue equations and determining the natural frequencies and mode shapes. This method relates the solution of equations with the solving of some successiv ... Continue reading
Mathematical Models in Engineering, Vol. 4, Issue 3, 2018, p. 164-174.
S. Sivakumar, M. Syedhaleem
In this paper, nonlinear vibration analysis of a typical aircraft oleo pneumatic landing gear has been done. Mathematical model of the main landing gear is developed, and dynamic equations have been written incorporating the effect of lift force, friction force to study the landing gear behaviour at touchdown condition. The nonlinear effect of stiffness, damping coefficient properties are considered in the analysis. The displacement, velocity, acceleration values are obtained on different landin ... Continue reading
Mathematical Models in Engineering, Vol. 4, Issue 2, 2018, p. 89-97.
Yanan Qin, Sen Zhang, Xiuping Wei
According to the convexity theory, the working principle of the disc brake of mining motor vehicle is analyzed. The dry friction force between brake disc and brake block is mainly composed of three mechanisms, such as meshing effect, adhesion effect and furrow effect. The Link NVH 3900 device is used to simulate the long downhill braking condition with bench test method, which can obtain friction performance with high credibility in different brake conditions. The average friction coefficient an ... Continue reading
Mathematical Models in Engineering, Vol. 4, Issue 1, 2018, p. 11-17.