• J. Gonzalez, J. Marcipar, C. Estruch, E. Oñate
    Structural Engineering International (2022). pp. 1-5

    Abstract
    Buildair S.A. has recently designed, manufactured and built an inflatable hangar (termed H75 hangar) for the aeronautic industry in Jeddah Airport (Kingdom of Saudi Arabia). [...]

  • K. Nakajima, H. Kawai, M. Kawaguchi, T. Tamura, K. Kondo, Y. Itoh, K. Takagi
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In this study, we investigated the influence of ground surface boundary conditions of the meteorological model on the accuracy in predicting the mean wind speed and wind speed [...]

  • K. Kondo, H. Kawai, T. Tamura, K. Nakajima
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In an urban area where middle and high-height buildings are densely built on a complex terrain, it is important for wind-resistant design to know what kind of strong wind [...]

  • M. Suzuki
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    This paper presents an AR visualization system for flow simulation based on the location-based AR using GNSS data. The accuracy of position data obtained by the GNSS receiving [...]

  • U. Ali, M. Kikumoto, M. Ciantia, Y. Cui
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Validation and/or calibration of distinct element method (DEM) models is usually performed by comparing element test simulation results with the corresponding stress-strain [...]

  • D. Magisano, L. Leonetti, G. Garcea
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    This work presents a numerical framework for long dynamic simulations of structures made of multiple thin shells undergoing large deformations. The C1-continuity requirement [...]

  • G. Pianese, G. Milani, A. Formisano
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Some commercial base isolators have been introduced in the last four decades to protect buildings from vibration and earthquakes. Typically, they are constituted by several [...]

  • Z. Li, M. Liu
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    For fiber reinforced polymers (FRPs), ply stacking errors and fiber waviness during manufacturing will have a great influence on the mechanical properties of composites, which [...]

  • P. Kumari, V. Kumar
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    E-vehicles and light weight structural parts in automotive and aerospace industry has led to design and development of new structures where traditional materials aluminium/steel [...]

  • U. Toyama, M. Nakamura, K. Kashiyama
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The objective of this study is to develop a tsunami evacuation simulation system that takes into account building collapse and fire spread. Road blockage is determined by [...]

  • R. Ferreyra
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The transport of logarithmic potentials provides a dynamical equilibrium that allows obtaining the lasting time estimation of a dynamical process. Bayesian rules are applied [...]

  • G. Gálik, V. Kutiš, J. Paulech, V. Goga, M. Uličný
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The article describes a multistage modelling methodology proposed by the author for the modelling of emergency core cooling processes. The methodology is based on the best [...]

  • J. Wackers, G. Deng, C. Raymond, E. Guilmineau, A. Leroyer, P. Queutey, M. Visonneau
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Adaptive grid refinement is tested for routine, automated simulations of ship resistance in calm water. A simulation protocol for these computations is fine-tuned on one test [...]

  • M. Ali, M. Shimoda
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Solid structures that are light and heat conductive are significant in a variety of engineering applications. We investigated multiscale topology optimization for excessive [...]

  • R. Pereira, M. Anaya-James, R. Pavanello
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Structures for sound attenuation have been explored in many scenarios, ranging from civil construction to automotive and aerospace industries. However, the proper multiphysics [...]

  • K. Fukazawa, H. Yoshikawa, K. Kashiyama
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    This paper presents a noise evaluation system based on acoustic wave theory. This paper utilizes two methods – the finite element method and the boundary element method [...]

  • S. Chianeh, D. Dias-da-Costa
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The time-dependent behaviour of quasi-brittle materials can have a significant effect on serviceability and ultimate failure. E.g., in the case of concrete structures, the [...]

  • Y. Yasuda, R. Onishi, K. Matsuda
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In future cities, micrometeorological predictions will be essential to various services such as drone operations. However, the real-time prediction is difficult even by using [...]

  • M. Schiavoni, E. Giordano, F. Clementi
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In this paper, advanced numerical models are used to study the progressive damage of a historic building, namely the Palazzo of Podestà and the Civic Tower of Accumoli (central [...]

  • R. Shiyake, D. Krengel, M. Kikumoto
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The effects of rock shape and initial orientation on the rockfall phenomena are studied using a two-dimensional polygonal discrete element method (DEM). In the simulation, [...]

  • H. Arata, T. Kurahashi
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In order to reduce the friction coefficient of lubricated surfaces with circular and herringbone shaped textures, an adjust variable method was introduced to optimize the [...]

  • F. Cruzeiro, L. Campos
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The accuracy of the numerical solution obtained by the Boundary Element Method (BEM) is directly affected by the type of interpolation function used. Meanwhile, interpolation [...]

  • K. Suto, Y. Sakai, K. Tanimichi, T. Ohshima
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    We propose a surrogate model for predicting in-plane nonlinear structural deformations of a compliant mechanism. Our model utilizing a 2-dimensional co-rotational beam element [...]

  • M. Gohara, Y. Mizushima, Y. Idosako, Y. Yonezawa
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In the building construction above public lines such as railroads, it is necessary to assume the accident by falling objects such as column members lifted by cranes. Even [...]

  • H. Liqin, K. Tatsuno, Y. Aoyagi
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    This study investigates a simulation model predicting spherulite microstructure formation based on experimental observations. The crystallization process of polylactic acid [...]

  • D. Wijesinghe, A. Dyson, G. You, M. Khandelwal, E. Ooi
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Slope stability analysis is a challenging task when complex stratigraphies, complex geometries and spatially variably soil parameters are considered. Numerical methods, such [...]

  • P. Fiborek, R. Soman, P. Kudela, W. Ostachowicz
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Ultrasonic guided waves (GW) due to their ability to monitor large areas with few sensors, are commonly employed for structural health monitoring (SHM) in aerospace, civil, [...]

  • D. Lins, S. Franke
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The end-grain bonding of timber components with the Timber Structures 3.0 technology (TS3) is an emerging construction method in timber engineering. For onsite applications [...]

  • J. Liu, A. Higaki, N. Komatsu, S. Takanezawa
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In this study, we proposed a simulation method for film transverse stretching based on the finite element method using the orthogonal anisotropy plastic model. The simulation [...]

  • T. Nguyen, M. Kikumoto, F. Florince, R. Kurniawan
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Crushable soils such as volcanic soils, carbonate sand or decomposed granites whose grains are easily break under foundation pressure, especially, large magnitude of stresses [...]

  • G. Angjeliu, G. Cardani, E. Garavaglia
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The assessment of the seismic vulnerability of built heritage is still an open issue. Regarding this topic, in recent years many researchers have worked in the development [...]

  • M. KHALID, S. Bansal
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The inherent uncertainty in the structural parameters directly affects the structural performance, and its variation may lead to improper designs and catastrophic consequences. [...]

  • Y. Yaginuma, Y. Aoyagi
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In this study, we investigate a method for accurately representing mechanical anisotropy in a crystal plasticity finite element (FE) analysis using a computational model with [...]

  • Q. Huang, Z. Liu, A. Moni, S. Ravi, F. Tian, J. Young, J. Lai
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The immersed boundary method (IBM) has attracted growing interest in the computational fluid dynamics (CFD) research community due to its simplicity in dealing with moving [...]

  • S. Ritzert, D. Macek, J. Simon, S. Reese
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    A model order reduction technique in combination with mesh tying is used to efficiently simulate a large number of different structures that are assembled from a set of substructures. [...]

  • Y. Kishi, Y. Wada
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The strength evaluation of structures that requires high reliability, such as power generation facilities, is extremely important. It is necessary to ensure safety under extremely [...]

  • K. Kida, Y. Wada
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The prediction of fracture behavior under extremely low cycle fatigue due to excessive loading is necessary for the life assessment of structures. This study evaluates the [...]

  • R. Jahdali, M. Parsani
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    We present an analysis of the performance of some standard and optimized explicitly Runge­ Kutta schemes that are equipped with CFL-based and error-based time step adaptivity [...]

  • K. Tosuji, Y. Wada
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    A convolutional neural network, which reproduce a function by data, was used to predict the amount of warp distortion of a four-layer circuit board in a reflow soldering process. [...]

  • E. Tsuchida
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Computational materials design is an active area of research which aims at predicting physical and chemical properties of various materials from first-principles electronic [...]

  • C. Mang, X. Lorang, R. Tami, F. Rouchon
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The present work is carried out in the framework of the WAS project [1] which deals with WAAM process. The process relies on an automatized welding process in which a part [...]

  • H. Yeh, K. Meinert, M. Bayat, J. Hattel
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    This study proposes a thermos-mechanical model for the transfusion module in the additive manufacturing process, selective thermoplastic electrophotographic process (STEP). [...]

  • P. Wang, G. Milani
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The paper provides a novel Lower Bound (LB) Limit Analysis (LA) Finite Element (FE) model for the study at failure of masonry walls in two-way bending by means of full 3D [...]

  • L. Bernardini, C. Somaschini, A. Collina
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Railway network is subject to increasing travelling loads and traffic frequency. In addition, since most of the bridges were built in the last century, they are subject to [...]

  • H. Okawa, S. Omoto, S. Yagi, T. Miyamoto, K. Kashiyama
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    This paper presents a fast and accurate classification method for underwater objects using underwater mapping data obtained by a small Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) [...]

  • S. Wani, R. Samala, R. Kandasami, A. Chaudhuri
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Exploratory studies have been carried out to identify the potential natural gas hydrate reserves for commercially producing gas. While extracting the gas from the hydrate-bearing [...]

  • I. Riku, K. Mimura
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In this study, we at first employ a nonaffine polymer chains network model to account for the irreversible structural change during the deformation of DN gels. And then, a [...]

  • A. Minakawa, T. Kawamura
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    One of the vertical axis wind turbines that utilize drag force is the Savonius wind turbine. Savonius wind turbines are characterized by low speed rotation and high torque, [...]

  • C. Lee, T. Chang
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    A new type of proportional damping models, called bell-shaped proportional damping model, has recently been proposed. This new model has not only addressed the spurious damping [...]

  • Y. Liu
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In the fields of morphing aircraft design, flow control and broadband energy harvesting, the dynamic characteristics of the multi-stable structure provide an idea for realizing [...]

  • T. Nakazawa, T. Nonomura
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In this paper, numerical demonstrations of a modified compressible Euler system are shown, where the bubble function element stabilization method together with adaptive mesh [...]

  • D. Arcones, R. Meethal, B. Obst, R. Wüchner
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Traditional computational methods face significant challenges with ever-increasing complexity in the problems of engineering interest. One category of problems that suffer [...]

  • R. Alhayki, E. Muttio-Zavala, W. Dettmer, D. Perić
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Constitutive models have been utilized to study the mechanical behaviors of solid material. The formulation of constitutive relations is difficult and could be associated [...]

  • L. Chen, N. Guo, Z. Yang
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    A multiscale approach that couples the finite element method (FEM) and the discrete element method (DEM) is employed to model and analyses the earthquake fault rupture-soilfoundation [...]

  • H. Kuramae, T. Sugimoto, M. Matsumoro, N. Watanabe
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    To elucidate the corrosion mechanism of a hydrothermal oxidation decomposition reactor for the treatment of polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), a coupled thermal fluid analysis [...]

  • S. Li, X. Xiao, Q. Cai, Y. Zhong, R. Chen, K. Guo, W. Tian, G. Su, I. Qiu
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In this study, an implicit algorithm and different solvers are applied to the Moving Particle Semi-Implicit (MPS) method for temperature calculation. The original MPS method [...]

  • A. Manuello, J. Melchiorre, L. Sardone, G. Marano
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Over the past decades, different approaches, physical and geometrical, were implemented to identify the optimal shape, reducing the internal stresses, of grid shells and vaults. [...]

  • G. Isacchi, F. Ripamonti, M. Corsi, T. Dongen
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    High-speed trains are equipped with yaw dampers to prevent the arising of hunting motion. These suspension components play an important role in improving the vehicle stability. [...]

  • J. Carbonell, H. Bakhshan, J. Rodriguez, E. Oñate
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In this work we present the latest advances in the Particles Finite Element Method (PFEM) for the numerical modeling of forming processes. In the recent past, very good results [...]

  • I. Li, E. Wong, E. Sze
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The volume and mobility of a debris flow could increase with distance travelled as it has the potential to entrain a substantial amount of channel-bed material along its travel [...]

  • K. Meinert, M. Bayat, J. Hattel, D. Pedersen
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    One of the larger growing fields within additive manufacturing is the selective laser sintering process of semi-crystalline polymer powders. The powder is locally fused at [...]

  • J. Pohly, C. Kang, T. Lee, H. Aono
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Flying insects are impressive creatures due in part to their small size and agile flight maneuvers. Additionally, butterflies can be highly efficient fliers, as evidenced [...]

  • D. Mayrhofer, M. Kaltenbacher
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    We investigate the acoustic behaviour of Micro-Electro-Mechanical-Systems (MEMS) with a focus on shutter devices. These shutter devices can be used for a new method of sound [...]

  • V. Tsotoulidi, P. Karakitsios, P. Kolios, G. Mprellas
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In this paper, the new Geomiso SEA software (www.geomiso.com) is proposed for inelastic static isogeometric analysis with shell elements and splines. Geomiso SEA offers an [...]

  • K. Gogos, P. Karakitsios, K. Mprellas
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In this paper, we propose Geomiso ISA (www.geomiso.com), a new hybrid software for applications on static isogeometric analysis with plate elements. It is based on the IGA, [...]

  • F. Mazza, R. Labernarda
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Double concave surface slider (DCSS) is considered as an effective solution for baseisolation of existing structures located in a near-fault site, because of its capacity [...]

  • R. Komuro, M. Kikumoto
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Naturally contaminated soils that contain contaminants deep within the particles may show delayed leaching. To incorporate this, a novel approach for predicting the distribution [...]

  • S. Mizuno, Y. Chikahiro, S. Koyama
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Aluminum alloy is a light-weight material with excellent corrosion resistance but low rigidity. When the aluminum alloy is used to a girder bridge, it takes high costs owing [...]

  • A. Ono, T. Nozu, T. Tamura, H. Kawai
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

  • H. Kawai, T. Tamura, M. Kawaguchi
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    This study predicts wind pressure on high-rise buildings under typhoons by LES using CUBE and discuss the effects of turbulence fields obtained from broad region simulation [...]

  • T. Nozu, A. Ono, T. Tamura, H. Kawai
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In this study, we discuss the flow field of the realistic city block model planned according to the concept of the future city, in the case of an actual typhoon and a winter [...]

  • M. Kawaguchi, T. Tamura
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In order to achieve desirable urban redevelopment in the near future, various transformation strategies were investigated using LES, focusing on their impact on ventilation [...]

  • F. Figueiredo, L. Borges, L. Moreira
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Pipelines are vital means of transportation of liquids and gases over large geographical areas. Regarding buried pipes, they are submitted to thermal and mechanical loads [...]

  • H. Chen, Y. Wu
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Anisotropy is one of the most important characteristics of 3D printed concrete. If material property is only symmetric on one plane, it is called monoclinic material, in which [...]

  • T. Hamada, F. Chabi, R. Chakir, D. Lejri, J. Waeytens
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    As majority of people spend 90% of their time in indoor environment, air quality has become an important scientific field in the last few decades. Indoor air quality is affected [...]

  • B. Guidio, H. Goh, C. Jeong
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    A new inverse modeling is investigated for identifying an effective seismic force at virtual interfaces and estimating the seismic wave motions in an interior domain surrounded [...]

  • J. Schultz, K. Springer, J. Roberson, J. Carroll, M. Hegbloom
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    When completed in 1961, the roof of St. Charles Church became the largest unbalanced hyperbolic paraboloid structure in the world and the only shell structure in Spokane, [...]

  • J. Imamura
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    This work presents a novel force method for multiphase flow in which displacements and forces progress while strains terminate on surfaces between two different phases, such [...]

  • P. Zhi, Y. Wu
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In the past two decades, finite element method (FEM) has been widely used to study mechanics of solids, fluid–structure interactions, and building construction strategies. [...]

  • D. Seno, S. Kubo, C. Isouchi, H. Yoshida
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In recent years, heavy rain which frequently occurred in various places in Japan have been caused severe damage. It is important to identify the damaged area for disaster [...]

  • R. Cucuzza, A. Cardoni, A. Manuello, M. Domaneschi, G. Cimellaro, G. Marano
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Over the last years, several optimization strategies were conducted to find the optimal shape minimazing internal stress or total weight (volume) of shell structures. In recent [...]

  • M. Rosso
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Nowadays, the need to deal with limited resources together with the newly discovered awareness of the human over-exploitation of the environment, has made the optimization [...]

  • M. Shpekin, R. Ferreyra
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The report examines the results of a 3D-survey of the relief in young impact craters based on high-resolution images obtained from lunar orbits. The craters examined included: [...]

  • M. Bosch, M. Nitzlader, T. Burghardt, M. Bachmann, H. Binz, L. Blandini, M. Kreimeyer
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    High demand for living and working space as well as the corresponding infrastructure, caused by a growing population and increasing prosperity worldwide, leads to increased [...]

  • M. Ichimiya
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Gas entrainment is one of the major defects caused in the casting filling process. Since the particle method is a Lagrangian method that does not use a lattice, it can easily [...]

  • N. Yamagata, M. Ichimiya
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Die-casting is a casting method suitable for mass production because it can accurately form complicated shapes. However, when the mold is filled with the molten metal, casting [...]

  • Y. Yamada, N. Tosaka
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In industrial numerical simulation of the complex and/or large-scale fluid flow, the computation cost must be reduced. In order to develop numerical low-cost solver for incompressible [...]

  • E. Kazama, A. Kikuchi
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    A new discretization analysis method named the isolated element method, that differ from conventional FEM, for solid mechanical problems is proposed. An object to be analyzed [...]

  • T. Ariyoshi
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    LFW(Linear Friction Welding) is the one of the smart industrial method matching to SDGs concept. It only needs a pair of blanks with no other assisting materials. This technique [...]

  • E. Öztürk
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Large plants in the process industry are monitored and maintained at regular intervals and repeatedly maintenance is either too early or too late. This causes unnecessary [...]

  • T. Yasui, Y. Yoshida, H. Hasebe, K. Kashiyama
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The purpose of this study is to develop a fluid-structure interaction analysis method using IGA. For fluid analysis, the numerical method based on the VOF method is employed. [...]

  • B. Rodenberg
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The most commonly used coupling schemes in partitioned multiphysics simulations suffer from a decrease in the order of convergence, specifically in the time domain; a phenomenon [...]

  • Y. Shimizu
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Multi-objective Topology Optimization has been receiving more and more attention in structural design recently. It attempts to maximize several performance objectives by redistributing [...]

  • K. Ogata, Y. Wada
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The objective of this study is to predict the degree of danger to the human body from motion information such as acceleration, velocity and displacement during a collision [...]

  • J. Melchiorre, A. Bertetto, L. Sardone, G. Marano
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Arch structure is a widely used and important structure type all over the World. Due to its beautiful form and large spanning capacity, arch structure is widely used in bridges, [...]

  • J. Sharma, P. Fiborek, R. Soman, P. Kudela, K. Agathos, E. Chatzi, W. Ostachowicz
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    Guided wave-based Structural Health Monitoring (SHM) tools utilize the guided wave responses to interrogate damage in structures. This research demonstrates the use of various [...]

  • Z. Dimitrovová
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    In this contribution, a new form of semianalytical results related to inertial objects that are traversing homogeneous infinite structures, introduced in previous author's [...]

  • M. Yokoyama, A. Takei, R. Yoshidome, G. Yagawa
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The vibrations and the sound field around the body of an old violin made by Stradivari are studied in this paper, in which this violin is scanned using a micro-CT scanner [...]

  • K. Sugiyama, Y. Wada
    WCCM-APCOM2022.

    Abstract
    The structural strength evaluation of crash boxes is predicted by machine learning in this study. The training data was obtained from the dynamic elastic plastic analysis [...]