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The List of Principal Topics:
- ▸ Materials and Measurements in engineering
- ▸ Mathematical models in engineering
- ▸ Acoustics, noise control and engineering applications
- ▸ Mechanical vibrations and applications
- ▸ Fault diagnosis based on vibration signal analysis
- ▸ Vibration generation and control
- ▸ Seismic engineering and applications
- ▸ Modal analysis and applications
- ▸ Vibration in transportation engineering
- ▸ Flow-induced structural vibrations
- ▸ Biomechanics and biomedical engineering
- ▸ Chaos, non-linear dynamics and applications
- ▸ Dynamics and Oscillations in electrical and electronics engineering
- ▸ Fractional dynamics and applications
- ▸ System dynamics in manufacturing system modeling
- ▸ Dynamics of Smart and functionally graded materials
Vibroengineering Procedia (VP) ISSN (Print) 2345-0533, ISSN (Online) 2538-8479 publishes as short Conference papers presented at VIBROENGINEERING Conferences. Every consecutive Volume of Vibroengineering Procedia is dedicated to a separate Conference.
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With great excitement, we'd like to present our conferences schedule:
44th Conference in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
"Vibration and Acoustics in Civil Engineering and Fault Diagnostics" April 2-4, 2020
45th Conference in Dublin, Ireland
"Dynamics, Noise and Vibration Engineering: Problems and Applications" May 7-8, 2020
46th Conference in Almaty, Kazakhstan
"Electrical Engineering and Communication Electronics" June 4-6, 2020
47th Conference in St. Petersburg, Russia
"Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos in Engineering Applications" June 29 - July 1, 2020
48th Conference in Riga, Latvia
"Current Problems in Mechanics and Vibroengineering" July 3-4, 2020
49th Conference in Zittau, Germany
"Challenges of Vibrations in Mechanical, Mechatronical and Electrical Systems" September 14-16, 2020
50th Conference in Timisoara, Romania
"Vibration-based Diagnostics of Structures and Machinery" October 19-20, 2020
51st Conference in Colombo, Sri Lanka
"Noise, Vibration and Harshness and Condition Based Monitoring" November 4-5, 2020
*Topics are not limited to the main theme. More information can be found at www.jveconferences.com.
Authors of best papers presented at International Conferences on VIBROENGINEERING are invited to extend their manuscripts to full journal papers which are considered for publication in Journal of Vibroengineering (indexed in ESCI) and Journal of Measurements in Engineering (indexed in ESCI, Inspec, EBSCO and Gale Cengage).
Since 1999 JVE International is the Organizer of a series of International Conferences which attract speakers from more than 30 around globe. From 2013 till 2015, International Conferences on Vibroengineering were organized at two different locations - one in Europe - another in the Far East. Such venue localization helped our Authors to minimize their travel costs and benefit to the Internalization of our Conference Series.
The number of conferences and different locations grew substantially over the past years of JVE Conferences:
- For 2020 we are looking forward to welcoming you to JVE International Conferences Series organized in Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Dublin, Ireland; Almaty, Kazakhstan; St. Petersburg, Russia; Riga, Latvia; Zittau, Germany; Timisoara, Romania and Colombo, Sri Lanka.
- In 2019 JVE International Conferences were organized in Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Bratislava, Slovakia; Rome, Italy; St. Petersburg, Russia; Kaunas, Lithuania; Leipzig, Germany; Shanghai, China and Greater Noida (Delhi), India.
- In 2018 JVE International Conferences were organized in Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Brno, Czech Republic; Zittau, Germany; Shanghai, China; Mexico City, Mexico and Greater Noida (Delhi), India.
- In 2017 JVE International Conferences were organized in Liberec, Czech Republic; St. Petersburg, Russia; Katowice, Poland; Beijing, China; Vilnius, Lithuania and Phuket, Thailand.
- In 2016 JVE International Conferences were organized in Brno, Czech Republic; Moscow, Russia; Istanbul, Turkey and Shanghai, China.
- In 2015, two conferences had been organized: one in Nanjing, China and the other one in Katowice, Poland. Conference in Nanjing, China gathered more than 100 scientists from many Universities in China, Thailand, Taiwan, United States, Canada and Colombia. While the 2nd conference in Poland, Katowice attracted scientists from Dubai, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Kuwait, Japan, Kazakhstan, Czech Republic, Russia, Lithuania and Poland.
Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Editor in Chief
|H. Adeli||The Ohio State University, USA|
|V. Babitsky||Loughborough University, UK|
|M. Bayat||Roudehen Branch, Islamic Azad University, Iran|
|I. Blekhman||Mekhanobr – Tekhnika Corporation, Russia|
|K. Bousson||University of Beira Interior, Portugal|
|A. Bubulis||Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania|
|R. Burdzik||Silesian University of Technology, Faculty of Transport, Poland|
|M. Cao||Institute of Engineering Vibration and Dynamics, College of Mechanics and Materials, Hohai University, China|
|F. Chernousko||Institute for Problems in Mechanics, Russia|
|Z. Dabrowski||Warsaw University of Technology, Poland|
|Y. Davydov||Institute of Machine Building Mechanics, Russia|
|J. Duhovnik||University of Ljubljana, Slovenia|
|A. El Sinawi||The Petroleum Institute, United Arab Emirates|
|S. Ersoy||Marmara University, Turkey|
|A. Fedaravičius||Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania|
|R. Ganiev||Blagonravov Mechanical Engineering Research Institute, Russia|
|W. H. Hsieh||National Formosa University, Taiwan|
|V. Kaminskas||Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania|
|V. Kappatos||Center for Research and Technology Hellas, Greece|
|V. Klyuev||Association Spektr – Group, Russia|
|G. Kulvietis||Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania|
|Chen Lu||Beihang University, China|
|V. Lyalin||Izhevsk State Technical University, Russia|
|R. Maskeliūnas||Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania|
|L. E. Muñoz||Universidad de los Andes, Colombia|
|N. Nisticò||Department of Structural and Geotechnical Engineering, Sapienza University of Rome, Italy|
|V. Ostaševičius||Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania|
|A. Palevičius||Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania|
|G. Panovko||Blagonravov Mechanical Engineering Research Institute, Russia|
|L. Qiu||State Key Lab of Mechanics and Control of Mechanical Structures, Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, China|
|K. Ragulskis||Lithuanian Academy of Sciences, Lithuania|
|S. Rakheja||Concordia University, Canada|
|V. Ranjan||Bennett University, India|
|G. E. Sandoval-Romero||Institute of Applied Sciences and Technology, The National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico|
|M. A. F. Sanjuan||University Rey Juan Carlos, Spain|
|E. Shahmatov||Samara State Aerospace University, Russia|
|G. Song||University of Houston, USA|
|S. Toyama||Tokyo A&T University, Japan|
|K. Uchino||The Pennsylvania State University, USA|
|A. Valiulis||Vilnius Gediminas Technical University, Lithuania|
|P. Vasiljev||Lithuanian University of Educational Sciences, Lithuania|
|V. Veikutis||Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania|
|J. Vība||Riga Technical University, Latvia|
|J. Wallaschek||Leibniz University Hannover, Germany|
|X. J. Yang||China University of Mining and Technology, China|
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Every consecutive Volume of Vibroengineering Procedia is dedicated to a separate Conference.
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Hyperparameter optimization for enabling multi-level feature classification in a wind turbine gearbox
Vamsi Inturi, Karthick Chetti, Shreyas N, Sabareesh G R
Majority of the previous research investigations on fault diagnostics in a wind turbine gearbox are limited to binary classification, i.e., either detecting the type of defect or severities of defect. However, wind turbine gearbox consists of multiple speed stages and components, therefore performing the binary classification is not adequate. In the present study, a multi-level classification scheme which is capable of classifying the defects by stage, component, type of defect and severity leve ... Continue reading
Vibroengineering PROCEDIA, Vol. 29, 2019, p. 24-30.
Damage detection in sluice hoist beams subject to excitation at resonance frequency band based on local primary frequency
Q. Y. Wei, W. Xu, D. Novák, R. Pukl, D. Y. Li, M. S. Cao
Cracks of sluice hoist beams due to the load and aging of the material threaten the safety of sluice structural system. As the one of the main methods of damage detection, the non-destructive detection method based on natural frequency is still insensitive to local damage. Therefore, this paper proposes a method for hoist beams damage detection driven by resonance frequency band based on local primary frequency in the local mode. Firstly, the possibility of damage detection based on local primar ... Continue reading
Vibroengineering PROCEDIA, Vol. 28, 2019, p. 40-45.
Maik Wolf, Mathias Rudolph, Olfa Kanoun
Trams are the most durable and resource efficient forms of public transportation. However, because of the varying wear in dependence on their operation mode and load levels, there is a need for condition monitoring and early maintenance. Vibration sensors provide interesting possibilities to monitor the relevant tram drive components. In this contribution we investigate their use under real conditions. On the basis of cable bound vibration measurements, the influence of the crossed track section ... Continue reading
Vibroengineering PROCEDIA, Vol. 27, 2019, p. 55-60.
Feasibility of pulse rate variability as feedback in closed-loop percutaneous auricular vagus nerve stimulation
Elena Schrödl, Stefan Kampusch, Babak Dabiri Razlighi, Van Hoang Le, Jozsef Constantin Széles, Eugenijus Kaniusas
Percutaneous auricular vagus nerve stimulation (pVNS) is a novel approach of treating cardiovascular and inflammatory diseases, as well as pain and neurological conditions. The treatment can be optimized by using biosignals as objective measures and feedback-control. One suitable biofeedback could be the use of pulse rate and pulse rate variability (PRV) derived from optical pulse plethysmography (PPG) instead of heart rate and heart rate variability (HRV) derived from electrocardiogram (ECG). F ... Continue reading
Vibroengineering PROCEDIA, Vol. 26, 2019, p. 35-39.
On oscillations of a vibratory jaw crusher with asymmetric interaction of the jaws with the processed medium
Grigory Panovko, Alexander Shokhin, Ilya Lyan
This paper is devoted to the problem of providing the required synchronous modes of oscillations of a jaw crusher with self-synchronizing inertial vibration exciters. The described mathematical model of the crusher takes into account the mechanical properties of the medium being processed and the possible asymmetry of its contact with the crusher’s working bodies – the jaws. A numerical analysis of synchronous modes of crusher vibrations with different asymmetries of the initial location of the ... Continue reading
Vibroengineering PROCEDIA, Vol. 25, 2019, p. 83-88.
Study of the area of attraction of the auto-balancing mode in a ball-type automatic balancing device with a horizontal axis of rotation
Guntis Strautmanis, Mareks Mezitis, Valentina Strautmane, Alexander Gorbenko, Igors Shchukins, Marina Gromova
It is known that automatic balancing devices are capable of reducing vibrations in rotary systems in a superresonance velocity zone. However, the effectiveness of automatic balancing devices is related to the necessity of accelerating compensating masses. To ensure the acceleration of compensating masses from standstill to the operating speed of the rotor, they need to be provided some initial velocity. The value of this velocity is influenced by the parameters of the elastic suspension of the r ... Continue reading
Vibroengineering PROCEDIA, Vol. 24, 2019, p. 63-67.
Michal Venglar, Milan Sokol
Truss bridges are integral part of the transport network, mainly railroads and partially road bridges. The investigated bridge is located in the western part of Slovakia, and it crosses the Vah River. Density of traffic on the bridge is not so high, so the bridge is accessible for repeating dynamic measurements. Many load situations were simulated. Among of them also a case, where one diagonal member was excited by an electromagnetic exciter during the measurements and the influence on other dia ... Continue reading
Vibroengineering PROCEDIA, Vol. 23, 2019, p. 110-114.
Mathematical model of crack diagnosis: inverse acoustic scattering problem and its high-precision numerical solution
Victor A. Kovtunenko
The inverse acoustic scattering model for crack diagnosis is described by Helmholtz problem within mathematic framework and investigated for the sake of scientific computing. Minimizing the misfit from given measurements leads to an optimality condition-based imaging function which is used for non-iterative identification of the center of an unknown crack put in a test domain. The numerical tests are presented for the cracks of T-junction shape and are carried out based on the Petrov-Galerkin ge ... Continue reading
Vibroengineering PROCEDIA, Vol. 22, 2019, p. 31-35.