The Universal Journal of Computational Analysis covers activity and development in the field of innovative developments in numerical methods applied to engineering problems in solids, structures and fluids. Research of mathematical models and numerical algorithms related to finite elements, finite difference, finite volume, boundary elements and singular integral equations are included. These novel computational methods are applied to solid and structural mechanics, fluid mechanics, hydraulics, aerodynamics, aeroelasticity, heat transfer, dynamics, geoscience, geophysics, mechanics of materials, nanomechanics, biomechanics, molecular mechanics, electromagnetics, quantum mechanics and acoustics. So, the papers published should present innovative numerical methods, as well as non-linear methods and results, which should be far beyond the current "state of art".

 

Volume 1 (2013)

1. Plate Bending Analysis by Two-dimensional Non-linear Partial Differential Equations

Pages 1-8

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

2. Very Deep Drillings for Oil and Gas Reserves Exploration by Non-linear Real-Time Expert Seismology

Pages 9-23

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

3. Trajectory Planning of Robots in Presence of Obstacles: a Review Study

Pages 24-32

M. Nazemizadeh

 

4. An Analysis on Nano-scale Tip-Sample Interaction Forces in Atomic Force Microscopy

Pages 33-39

M.M. Eghbal, J.Jafari, M. Zandbaf, M. Mirzaie

 

5. A Review on Fuzzy-Logic Method to Control Robotic Manipulator Systems

Pages 40-47

K. Amini Khoiy, F. Davatgarzadeh, M. Taheri

 

 

Volume 2 (2014)

1. Computational Methods for Three-dimensional Analysis of Non-linear Real-Time Expert Seismology

Pages 1-15

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

2. Coupling Method of Singular Integral Operators Method with Finite Elements in 2-D Elasticity

Pages 16-26

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

3. Void Shape Evolution of Silicon Simulation : Non-linear Three-dimensional Curvature Calculation by First Order Analysis

Pages 27-45

C. Grau Turuelo, B. Bergmann, C. Breitkopf

 

4. A Review Method for Simulating Multivariate Random Variables in Computational Geosciences

Pages 46-51

A. Kamali

 

 

Volume 3 (2015)

1. Non-linear Singular Integral Equations for Unsteady Inviscid Flowfields of 2-D Airfoils

Pages 1-14

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

2. New Aspects for Non-linear Real-Time Expert Water Management Telematics System

Pages 15-26

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

3. Reproducing Kernel Method for PDEs arising from Downhole Temperature Field

Pages 27-31

M.J. Du, Y.L. Wang, T.M.E. Chaolu, X. Liu

 

4. Reproducing Kernel Method for Singularly Perturbed 2D Elliptic Partial Differential Equations

Pages 32-37

M.J. Du, Y.L. Wang, C.L. Temuer, X. Liu

 

Volume 4 (2016)

1. Non-linear Elastodynamics in Three & Four-dimensional Real-Time Expert Seismology

Pages 1-15

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

2. Stationary Energy Storage by Non-linear Lithium-Ion Batteries with Intermediate Bands

Pages 16-23

E.G.Ladopoulos


 

Volume 5 (2017)

1. Singular Integral Operators Method for Pulp and Paper Manufacturing by Non-Wood Cellulosic Fibers

Pages 1-11

E.G.Ladopoulos

 
2. New Generation Lithium Ion Batteries with Intermediate Bands for Stationary Energy Storage

Pages 12-19

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

3. Laser Engines for New Generation Spacecraft by Universal Fracture Mechanics and Relative Stress Intensity Factors

Pages 20-38

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

 

Volume 6 (2018)

1. Singular Integral Operators Method (SIOM) for Power Production by Dam Hydraulics

Pages 1-9

E.G.Ladopoulos

 
2. Non-linear Aerodynamics by Universal Mechanics for the Future Aircraft & Spacecraft

Pages 10-26

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

 

Volume 7 (2019)

1. Modern Contributions of Non-linear Solar Energy by using Solar Cells with Intermediate Bands

Pages 1-10

E.G.Ladopoulos

 
2. Speed of Light Limit for Universal Mechanics by using the Future Aircraft & Spacecraft

Pages 11-27

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

3. Speed of Light Limit for the Future Spacecraft by Universal Fracture Mechanics

Pages 28-46

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

Volume 8 (2020)

1. Is the Method of Solar Cells with Intermediate Bands the best Device for Non-linear Solar Energy ? What will be Next ?

Pages 1-10

E.G.Ladopoulos

 
2. Is the Speed of Light a Limit for the theory of Universal Mechanics by using the Future Aircraft & Spacecraft ? What will be Next ?

Pages 11-27

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

3. Is the Non-linear Singular Integral Equations Method the best Device for Vertical Axis Wind Turbines ? What will be Next ?

Pages 28-41

E.G.Ladopoulos

 

 

 

 

 

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