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Editors: A.K. Haghi (Communications Dept., University of Ottawa, Canada)
Book Description:
Computational and applied methods in science and engineering is an emerging and promising discipline in shaping future research and development activities in both academia and industry, in fields ranging from engineering, science, finance, and economics, to arts and humanities. New challenges arise in the modeling of complex systems, sophisticated algorithms, advanced scientific and engineering computing and associated (multidisciplinary) problem-solving environments. Because the solution of large and complex problems must cope with tight timing schedules, powerful algorithms and computational techniques are inevitable. This book covers new research activities and development in the field of Applied Sciences, Engineering and Technology.

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Table of Contents:

Chapter 1- Parametric study on buffeting behavior of the suspension bridges, pp. 1-36
(S. Pourzeynali, University of Guilan, Rasht, Iran
and T. K. Datta, Indian Institute of Technology, Hauz Khas, New Delhi, India)

Chapter 2-A study on the application of genetic algorithm for finding the optimized performance of fluid viscous dampers in earthquake induced vibration control of building structures, pp. 37-50
(N. Fallah and M. Bagheri) University of Guilan, Rasht, Iran)

Chapter 3- Using an integrated optimization methodology based on neural network and genetic algorithm for the optimal placement of energy absorption devices in building structures , pp. 51-61
(N. Fallah, M. Bagheri)

Chapter 4- Estimation of vapor liquid equilibrium of binary systems acetone+water ethanol+water using artificial neural network, pp. 63-72
(H.Ghannadzadeh, University of Guilan, Rasht, Iran and Katia Ghannadzadeh, University of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain)

Chapter 5- Water hammer and fluid condition: a computational approach, pp. 73-94
(K. Hariri Asli; F. B. Naghiyev, AMEA University, Azerbaijan, Baku and A.K.Haghi)

Chapter 6- Thermodynamic of two ternary systems, pp. 95-105
(water + phosphoric acid +2-butanol ) and (water + phosphoric acid + 1- decanol) using UNIQUAC model
(H.Ghannadzadeh and Katia Ghannadzadeh)

Chapter 7- Interpenetration of two fluids at parallel between plates and turbulent moving in pipe: A case study, pp. 107-133
(K. Hariri Asli, F. B. Naghiyev, AMEA University, Azerbaijan, Bakuand and A.K.Haghi)

Chapter 8 -Thermal buckling analysis of functionally graded moderately thick plates using GDQ rules, pp. 135-151
(M. Darvizeh, A. Darvizeh,, Guilan University, Rasht, Iran R. Ansari, C. B. Sharma, Maths Department, UMIST, Manchester, UK)

Chapter 9- LLE of ternary mixtures of water /ethanol / cyclohexanol :Experimental and UNIQUAC model, pp. 153-163
(H.Ghannadzadeh and Katia Ghannadzadeh)

Chapter 10-The effect of radius variations on buckling of fibrous composite structures subjected to different types of loading, pp. 165-191
(A.Darvizeh, M. Darvizeh, R. Ansari, Guilan University, Rasht, Iran and C. B. Sharma, UMIST, Manchester, UK)

Chapter 11- Modeling for water hammer due to valves: From theory to practice, pp. 193-223
(K. Hariri Asli , F. B. Naghiyev and A.K.Haghi)

Chapter 12- Salt effect on liquid–liquid equilibrium of water + 2-butanol + acetone system: experimental determination and NRTL model, pp. 225-228
(H.Ghannadzadeh and Katia Ghannadzadeh)

Chapter 13- A computational method to Study transient flow in binary mixtures, pp. 229-236
(K. Hariri Asli, F. B. Naghiyev and A.K.Haghi)

Chapter 14- Prediction of ternary system using group method, pp. 237-247
(H.Ghannadzadeh and Katia Ghannadzadeh)

Chapter 15- Comparative study of buckling behavior of generally laminated composite plates using GDQ rules and Rayleigh-Ritz method, pp. 249-261
(A.Darvizeh, M. Darvizeh, R. Ansari and C. B. Sharma)

Chapter 16- Water hammer analysis : Some computational aspects and practical hints, pp. 263-281
(K. Hariri Asli , F. B. Naghiyev and A.K.Haghi)

Chapter 17- Water hammer and hydrodynamics instabilities modeling:
From Theory to Practice, pp. 283-301
(K. Hariri Asli, F. B. Naghiyev and A.K.Haghi)

Chapter 18- Densities, refractive indices, and derived excess properties of the binary system ethyl alcohol +toluene, at 298.15 K, pp. 303-308
(H.Ghannadzadeh and Katia Ghannadzadeh)

Chapter 19- Liquid-liquid equilibria of the CMB (cyclohexane + methanol + benzane ) system at 298.2 K , pp. 309-316
(H.Ghannadzadeh and Katia Ghannadzadeh)

Chapter 20- The effect of boundary conditions on dynamic stability of orthotropic cylinders using modified exact analysis., pp. 317-332
(A.Darvizeh, M. Darvizeh, R. Ansari and C. B. Sharma)

Chapter 21- Dynamic analysis of composite cylindrical shells using differential quadrature method (DQM), pp. 333-347
(H. Haftchenari, M. Darvizeh, A. Darvizeh, R. Ansari and C. B. Sharma)

Chapter 22- A computational approach to study water hammer & pump pulsation phenomena, pp. 349-363
(K. Hariri Asli, F. B. Naghiyev and A.K.Haghi)

Chapter 23- Some aspects of physical and numerical modeling of water hammer in pipelines, pp. 365-387
(K. Hariri Asli, F. B. Naghiyev and A.K.Haghi)

Chapter 24- (Liquid + liquid) equilibria of (Water + 1,4-butanediol + cyclohexanol) ternary systems, pp. 389-396
(H.Ghannadzadeh and Katia Ghannadzadeh)

Chapter 25- Measurement of densities and excess molar volumes for 1,2-ethanediol+ water at the temperatures (288.2, 298.2, and 303.2) K , pp. 397-400
(H.Ghannadzadeh and Katia Ghannadzadeh)

Chapter 26- Vapor-liquid equilibrium data for the two binary systems, formic acid - water and formic acid – water using thermodynamic model, pp. 401-406
(H.Ghannadzadeh and Katia Ghannadzadeh)

Chapter 27- Application of force balance method to determine the internal mechanical characteristics of woven fabrics , pp. 409-418
(M. Valizadeh, S.A. Hosseini Ravandi and M. Salimi)

Chapter 28- Force-balance method: an analytical model to estimate the Internal mechanical specifications of woven fabrics, pp. 421-435
(M. Valizadeh, S.A. Hosseini Ravandi and M. Salimi, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan, Iran)

Chapter 29- Octree is a new technology available to architects , pp. 439-447
(S. Y. Sadjadi, University of Glasgow, GLASGOW, UK)


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   Pub. Date: 2010
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