Mesh Generation Methods and Moving Mesh Generation Using Developed Program

[Mehmet ÇINAR] Volume 6: Issue 3, Sept 2019, pp  121 - 126

DOI: 10.26706/IJAEFEA.2.6.20190803

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Abstract One of the most commonly used methods in numerical solution of partial differential equations is the finite element method. In the finite element method, the region to be analyzed is divided into sub-sections called solution regions provided that the boundaries of the region are determined. This subdivision method depends on the type of differential equation to be solved. A variety of solution network production techniques are used to subdivide the solution region. By selecting the appropriate method, the solution region is divided into sub-compartments to ensure that the solution is faster and more accurate. The classical finite element method gives accurate results when instant analysis is performed on the solution area. However, in cases where partial differential equations change with time and solution network changes regionally, it is useful to use moving finite element method instead of classical finite element method. The use of a moving finite element method allows analysis to be carried out only in varying regions of the solution network to ensure rapid results. In this study, two dimensional solution network production techniques are mentioned. With the help of the developed program, regional changes on the solution network are explained in detail. As an application, C ++ based software was implemented.

Index terms - Mesh Generation Methods , Finite Element Method, Moving mesh generation.
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Design and Analysis of a Vertical Pressure Vessel with Effect of Rotational Velocity on the Stresses and Deformation by using ANSYS

[Abdulfatai, A. Faro, Kazeem, K, Salam, Edith, E. Alagbe] Volume 6: Issue 3, Sept 2019, pp  110 - 120

DOI: 10.26706/IJAEFEA.2.6.20190702

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Abstract In this study, the suitability and influence of Rotational Velocity (RV) on the operating conditions of a vertical Pressure Vessel (PV) was investigated. A vertical PV was designed and analyzed with the aid of ANSYS. Effect of eight different parameters on the performance of the designed PV was analyzed. The results obtained from designed PV using Finite Element Analysis (FEA) was validated by comparing it with that obtained from Manually Computed Method (MCM) and Utilization Factor (UF) method. The results of this investigation show that the designed PV was safe within the specified operating condition, the FEA results are more accurate than that of MCM and presence of RV affected the stress distribution and deformation of the PV.
Index terms - Vertical pressure vessel, ANSYS.
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[1]   K. S. Naser, Mohammed Q, and Gupta, “Structural & Thermal Analysis of Pressure Vessel by using Ansys,” Int. J. Sci. Eng. Technol. Res., vol. 2, no. 8, pp. 740–744, 2013.
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[5]   V. Khobragade, Rashmi and Hiwase, “Design , And Analysis of Pressure Vessel with Hemispherical and Flat Circular End,” Int. J. Eng. Sci. Comput., vol. 7, no. 5, pp. 12458–12469, 2017.
[6]   A. Ibrahim, Y. Ryu, and M. Saidpour, “Stress Analysis of Thin-Walled Pressure Vessels,” Mod. Mech. Eng., vol. 5, pp. 1–9, 2015.
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[10] F. Vakili-tahami, S. S. Sharifi, P. Majnoun, and A. Abbasi, “Calculating the Creep Life of Rotating Cylindrical Pressure Vessels by Reference Stress Method ( RSM ),” pp. 1–18, 2015.
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Failure Analysis of Hexagonal Headed Screw to Clamp Orthodontic Clip

[Pranit DholeSaurabh KhaireMachindra AdsulGaurav Bhor] Volume 6: Issue 2, May 2019, pp  99 - 105

DOI: 10.26706/IJAEFEA.2.6.20190416

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Abstract The human teeth function is that to mechanically breakdown items of food by cutting and crushing them in preparation for swallowing and digesting. Tooth Development is complex process by which the teeth form from embryonic cells, grow into mouth. By significant amount of research in this field, it is widely accepted that there is most of factor within tissues that is necessary for development of teeth. Orthodontic dental implants have become a widely accepted treatment option for both partially and completely for lack amount of teeth’s in patients’ mouth. The clinical use of miniscrew anchorage includes some risks. Screw fracture might be one of the most undesirable side effects in clinical use of miniscrew anchorage. Orthodontic Implant Screw of Organization S.K. Surgical is undergoing failure at time of insertion. Failure of Implant Screw in jaw of patient is causing major problems like surgery for removal, long healing period of jaw, time and money wastage, loss of Reputation.
Index terms - Human Teeth, Tooth Development Process, Miniscrew Anchorage, Failure of Implant Screw
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[1] J Kannaperuman, Gowri Natarajarathinam , Adith Venugopal , “Microimplants for a orthodontic anchorage: a review”, Int. Journal of Contemporary Dentistry, Volume 4 (3), April 2013.
[2] Flávia Mitiko Fernandes Kitahara-Céia1, Tatiana Féres Assad-Loss, José Nelson Mucha, Carlos Nelson Elias, “Morphological evaluation of the active tip of six types of orthodontic mini-implants”, Dental Press Journal of Orthodontics, vol.18 no.2 Maringá Mar./Apr. 2013.
[3] Ajinkya Patil, Ameet V Revankar, “Evaluation of micro implant use in orthodontic practices in India : An opinion-based survey”, 10.5005/jp-journals-10021-1103.
[4] Dr Jeevan M. Khatri, Dr. Saba Anjum Siddiqui, Dr. Gaurav Tated, “Failure of mini implants in orthodontics – A literature review”, IJAMSCR, Volume 4, Issue 4, Oct –Dec 2016.
[5] Dr. Bhumika.Ramchandra.Mute, Dr. Kalpak. Prafulla. Peter, Dr. Suchita Daokar., “Orthodontics Implants in Orthodontics- A New Paradigm”, IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS) e-ISSN: 2279-0853, p-ISSN: 2279-0861. Volume 10, Issue 5 (Sep.- Oct. 2013), PP 78-84.
[6] Neal D. Kravitza and Budi Kusnotob, “Risks and complications of orthodontic miniscrews”, Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop. 2007 Apr;131(4 Suppl):S43-51..
[7]  Yan Chen,a Hee Moon Kyung,b Wen Ting Zhao,c and Won Jae Yud, “Critical factors for the success of orthodontic mini-implants: A systematic review” Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop. 2009 Mar;135(3):284-91.
[8] Maria Vittoria Diamantii, Barbara Del Curtol, Alberto Barlattani, Patrizio Bollero Liliana Ottria Mariapia Pedeferrii, “Mechanical characterization of an innovative dental implant system”, Journal of Applied Biomaterials & Biomechanics 2009; Vol. 7 no. 1: 23-28.
[9] Zsuzsanna Gurdán D.M.D, “In vitro study of insertion parameters of orthodontic mini implants and a retrospective clinical study of their success rates” Ph.D Thesis Summary.
[10] Paula V.P. Oltramari-Navarro a,*, Ricardo L. Navarro a, Jose´ Fernando C. Henriques,Taˆ nia M. Cestari b, Carlos E. Francischone b, Rumio Taga b, James A. McNamara Jr.c .“The impact of healing time before loading on orthodontic mini-implant stability: A histomorphometric study in minipigs” archives of oral biology 58 ( 2013 ) 806 – 812
[11] Fatma Deniz Uzuner and Belma Işık Aslan, “Miniscrew Applications in Orthodontics”, Chapter · February 2015 DOI: 10.5772/59879
[12]  Irfan Qamaruddina, Mohsin Nazirb, Mohammad Taimur Khalidc, Mashaal Alamd, Fazal Shahide, “Factors that contribute to the failure of orthodontic mini-implants: A literature review”, Review Article POJ 2010:2(2) 76-81.
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Design and Fabrication of Pneumatic Operated Juice Extract Machine

[S. D. Bhalekar, Akshay Dalwai, Tukaram Dalavi, Tushar Dahale, Abhishek Birajdar] Volume 6: Issue 2, May 2019, pp  106 - 109

DOI: 10.26706/IJAEFEA.2.6.20190407

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Abstract A juice extractor machine is develop for an extracting a juice from the fruit as well as vegetable. Machine is develop to minimize the human effort and improving the performance of product. The machine is to be operated with an minimum manual interaction and avoid complexity. The process is to be continuous and juice extracted without any toxicity. The convectional machine operated with manually having more uncomfortable for an operator. The juice is collected without any wastage and seeds. The machine is to be constructed with an automation which is helpful to improve efficiency. the electric supply is to be needed for operate the machine.it is possible to run a machine for an high production rate with minimum duration of time which is highly impossible with old juice extractor. The development of the machine is required an electric motor and casting element such as hopper for feeding fruits and supporting the helical screw. The frame of the machine is fabricated with the help of mild steel.

Index terms - construction, extraction, fabrication, performance
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[4] Flordeliza L. Mercado, Teresito G. Aguinaldo, Helen F. Gavino, Victorino T. Taylan, “Medium-Scale Multi-Juice Extractor for Food Processing”, International Journal of Advances in Science Engineering and Technology, Volume-5, Issue-1, Jan.-2017.
[5] Adekanye T. A., O. J. Adelakun, “Evaluation of a portable watermelon juice extracting machine”, AgricEngInt: CIGR Journal, Vol. 19, No. 4, 2017.
[6] Ndubisi A. Aviara, Abubakar A. Lawal, Davou S. Nyam & Jesutofunmi Bamisaye, “Development and performance evaluation of a multi-fruit juice extractor”, Global Journal of Engineering, Design and Technology, Volume 2(2), 2013, pp 16-21.
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