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## Análise numérica da ancoragem em ligações do tipo viga-pilar de extremidade; Numerical analysis of the anchorage in the exterior beam-column connections

Assis Júnior, Edson Costa de
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## Comportamento de conectores de cisalhamento em vigas mistas aço-concreto com análise da resposta numérica ; Behaviour of shear connectors in steel-concrete composite beams with numerical analysis

Tristão, Gustavo Alves
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## Contribuições à modelagem numérica de alvenaria estrutural; Contributions to the numerical analysis of masonry

Peleteiro, Suzana Campana
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## Análise numérica de seções transversais e de elementos estruturais de aço e mistos de aço e concreto em situação de incêndio; Numerical analysis of steel and composite steel-concrete cross sections and structural elements in fire situation

Regobello, Ronaldo
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O presente trabalho teve como objetivo principal estudar, em caráter essencialmente numérico via ANSYS v9.0, a elevação de temperatura em seções transversais de elementos estruturais de aço e mistos de aço e concreto, com vistas a uma avaliação das equações propostas pelo método simplificado de cálculo da NBR 14323:1999, em especial, para situações em que não ocorra aquecimento uniforme por todos os lados do elemento. São apresentados modelos numéricos de seções transversais de elementos estruturais de aço, mistos de aço e concreto e, em caráter complementar, de madeira, em situação de incêndio, para avaliar a evolução dos níveis de temperatura ao longo do tempo. São também construídos e analisados modelos numéricos com vistas à análise do efeito da elevação de temperatura no comportamento mecânico em vigas de aço de um edifício de interesse. A determinação dos níveis de temperatura em seções transversais de elementos estruturais, obtidas com base nas prescrições normativas da NBR 14323:1999, conduzem a resultados satisfatórios, porém, com temperaturas próximas as temperaturas máximas obtidas numericamente. Para os casos usuais não contemplados pela NBR 14323:1999 fica evidente a necessidade do emprego de modelo avançado de cálculo ou de estudos com vistas ao desenvolvimento de ferramentas analíticas para emprego em tais situações. Com relação à análise do efeito da elevação de temperatura no comportamento mecânico...

## Análise numérica de perfis de aço formados a frio comprimidos considerando imperfeições geométricas iniciais; Numerical analysis of compressed cold formed steel members considering initial geometric imperfections

Almeida, Saulo José de Castro
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## Análise numérica de blocos sobre dez estacas: cálculo das reações de apoio; Numerical analysis of cap supported on ten piles: calculus of piles' reaction

Ramos, Filipe Antonio de Coan
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## Estudo do comportamento estrutural de ligações parafusadas viga-pilar com chapa de topo estendida: análise numérica; Analysis of structural behavior of extended end-plate bolted beam-to-column connections: numerical analysis

Bergamasco, Pedro Diego Almeida
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## Differentiation and numerical analysis of oral yeasts based on SDS-Page profiles. Influence of the culture media on the whole-cell protein extracts

HÖFLING,J. F.; ROSA,E. A. R.; PEREIRA,C. V.; BORIOLLO,M. F. G.; RODRIGUES,J. A. O.
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The application of gel electrophoresis and numerical analysis of yeast soluble proteins analysis to the investigation of 12 oral yeast strains belonging to five species is described. It involves one-dimensional electrophoresis of SDS-solubilized whole-cell proteins using different culture media for the cultivation of the cells, integration densitometries in the areas of the gels and percentages of the proteins extraction. These extracts were prepared from four isolates of Candida albicans, two of C. tropicalis, C. guilliermondii, C. parapsilosis and C. krusei. The extracts from whole-cells proteins using different culture media for the cultivation of the cells were fractionated by slab electrophoresis using a discontinuous buffer system. The corresponding patterns showed at least 36 polypeptides in the range of 14.4-200 kDa. Different isolates of each species were clearly different in each of the five species. The data obtained suggest that different nutritional compositions led to the expression of different proteins derived from alternatives metabolic pathways expressed by the electrophoretic profiles. The construction of a database of protein fingerprints and numerical analysis based on such data, may have some implications in the classification and identification of such species with epidemiological...

## Numerical analysis of prestressed hollow core slabs under long term loading

Pereira,S. R.; Calixto,J. M.; Bortone,T. P.
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This paper presents a numerical analysis of prestressed hollow core slabs under long term loading. The model considers the time dependence of material and rheological properties in order to predict the actual stage of displacements, strains and stresses. It also takes into account load changes. For the analysis, each slab is divided in a finite number of bar elements, in which the cross section is described in concrete elements, parallel to the flexural axis, and prestressed steel elements. For the results evaluation, the effective concrete area is considered. The numerical results are compared with experimental tests performed on two series of prestressed hollow core slabs. Each series had a different geometry, rate and distribution of prestressing strands. Mid-span displacements were evaluated up to 127 days after initial loading. Good correlation was achieved with both series at and below the service load level.

## Numerical analysis of reinforced concrete beams strengthened with high strength cement-based composite material

Paliga, Charlei Marcelo; Real, Mauro de Vasconcellos; Campos Filho, Américo
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The use of composite materials based on polymeric resins and fiber as strengthening in concrete structures has been widely used. The use of carbon fiber reinforced polymers or other synthetic fibers is consolidated by its excellent characteristics, such as high strength, low weight, corrosion resistance, etc. This material in the form of sheets or laminates is bonded to the concrete substrate with epoxy-based adhesives. Although epoxy has proven to have excellent bonding and resistance performance, it has some disadvantages, such as low permeability, poor thermal compatibility with the base concrete, poor fire resistance, etc. Cement-based composite systems consisting of FRPs and a cementitious bonding agent can be used to prevent some of these problems. This study presents the numerical analysis, using a non-linear finite element model, of the structural behavior of reinforced concrete beams externally reinforced with a composite material made of high-strength synthetic fiber mesh and cementitious mortar. The numerical results were compared with experimental results reported in international journals, demonstrating the efficiency of the strengthening technique and the numerical model capacity.; A aplicação de materiais compósitos à base de resinas poliméricas e fibras no reforço de estruturas de concreto armado se tornou uma técnica bastante difundida nos últimos tempos. O uso dos compósitos reforçados com fibras de carbono...

## The Vanishing Moment Method for Fully Nonlinear Second Order Partial Differential Equations: Formulation, Theory, and Numerical Analysis

Feng, Xiaobing; Neilan, Michael
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The vanishing moment method was introduced by the authors in [37] as a reliable methodology for computing viscosity solutions of fully nonlinear second order partial differential equations (PDEs), in particular, using Galerkin-type numerical methods such as finite element methods, spectral methods, and discontinuous Galerkin methods, a task which has not been practicable in the past. The crux of the vanishing moment method is the simple idea of approximating a fully nonlinear second order PDE by a family (parametrized by a small parameter $\vepsi$) of quasilinear higher order (in particular, fourth order) PDEs. The primary objectives of this book are to present a detailed convergent analysis for the method in the radial symmetric case and to carry out a comprehensive finite element numerical analysis for the vanishing moment equations (i.e., the regularized fourth order PDEs). Abstract methodological and convergence analysis frameworks of conforming finite element methods and mixed finite element methods are first developed for fully nonlinear second order PDEs in general settings. The abstract frameworks are then applied to three prototypical nonlinear equations, namely, the Monge-Amp\`ere equation, the equation of prescribed Gauss curvature...

## Numerical analysis of an asymptotic-preserving scheme for anisotropic elliptic equations

Lozinski, Alexei; Narski, Jacek; Negulescu, Claudia
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The main purpose of the present paper is to study from a numerical analysis point of view some robust methods designed to cope with stiff (highly anisotropic) elliptic problems. The so-called asymptotic-preserving schemes studied in this paper are very efficient in dealing with a wide range of $\varepsilon$-values, where $0 < \varepsilon \ll 1$ is the stiffness parameter, responsible for the high anisotropy of the problem. In particular, these schemes are even able to capture the macroscopic properties of the system, as $\varepsilon$ tends towards zero, while the discretization parameters remain fixed. The objective of this work shall be to prove some $\varepsilon$-independent convergence results for these numerical schemes and put hence some more rigor in the construction of such AP-methods.

## Numerical analysis of parabolic problems with dynamic boundary conditions

Kovács, Balázs; Lubich, Christian
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Space and time discretizations of parabolic differential equations with dynamic boundary conditions are studied in a weak formulation that fits into the standard abstract formulation of parabolic problems, just that the usual L^2(\Omega) inner product is replaced by an L^2(\Omega) \oplus L^2(\Gamma) inner product. The class of parabolic equations considered includes linear problems with time- and space-dependent coefficients and semilinear problems such as reaction-diffusion on a surface coupled to diffusion in the bulk. The spatial discretization by finite elements is studied in the proposed framework, with particular attention to the error analysis of the Ritz map for the elliptic bilinear form in relation to the inner product, both of which contain boundary integrals. The error analysis is done for both polygonal and smooth domains. We further consider mass lumping, which enables us to use exponential integrators and bulk-surface splitting for time integration.; Comment: Submitted to IMA Journal of Numerical Analysis

## Numerical analysis for Spread option pricing model in illiquid underlying asset market: full feedback model

Yazdanian, Ahmad Reza; Pirvu, T A
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This paper performs the numerical analysis and the computation of a Spread option in a market with imperfect liquidity. The number of shares traded in the stock market has a direct impact on the stock's price. Thus, we consider a full-feedback model in which price impact is fully incorporated into the model. The price of a Spread option is characterize by a nonlinear partial di?erential equation. This is reduced to linear equations by asymptotic expansions. The Peaceman-Rachford scheme as an alternating direction implicit method is employed to solve the linear equations numerically. We discuss the stability and the convergence of the numerical scheme. Illustrative examples are included to demonstrate the validity and applicability of the presented method. Finally we provide a numerical analysis of the illiquidity e?ect in replicating an European Spread option; compared to the Black-Scholes case, a trader generally buys more stock to replicate this option.

## Gradient schemes: generic tools for the numerical analysis of diffusion equations

Droniou, Jerome; Eymard, Robert; Herbin, Raphaele
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The gradient scheme framework is based on a small number of properties and encompasses a large number of numerical methods for diffusion models. We recall these properties and develop some new generic tools associated with the gradient scheme framework. These tools enable us to prove that classical schemes are indeed gradient schemes, and allow us to perform a complete and generic study of the well-known (but rarely well-studied) mass lumping process. They also allow an easy check of the mathematical properties of new schemes, by developing a generic process for eliminating unknowns via barycentric condensation, and by designing a concept of discrete functional analysis toolbox for schemes based on polytopal meshes.; Comment: To appear in Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis (M2AN), special edition on Polyhedral meshes

## Quaternionic fundamental solutions for the numerical analysis of electromagnetic scattering problems

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We propose a new class of fundamental solutions for the numerical analysis of boundary value problems for the Maxwell equations. We prove completeness of systems of such fundamental solutions in appropriate Sobolev spaces on a smooth boundary and support the relevancy of our approach by numerical results.; Comment: 1 figure

## Numerical Analysis of the Non-uniform Sampling Problem

Strohmer, Thomas
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We give an overview of recent developments in the problem of reconstructing a band-limited signal from non-uniform sampling from a numerical analysis view point. It is shown that the appropriate design of the finite-dimensional model plays a key role in the numerical solution of the non-uniform sampling problem. In the one approach (often proposed in the literature) the finite-dimensional model leads to an ill-posed problem even in very simple situations. The other approach that we consider leads to a well-posed problem that preserves important structural properties of the original infinite-dimensional problem and gives rise to efficient numerical algorithms. Furthermore a fast multilevel algorithm is presented that can reconstruct signals of unknown bandwidth from noisy non-uniformly spaced samples. We also discuss the design of efficient regularization methods for ill-conditioned reconstruction problems. Numerical examples from spectroscopy and exploration geophysics demonstrate the performance of the proposed methods.

## The probability that a small perturbation of a numerical analysis problem is difficult

Buergisser, Peter; Cucker, Felipe; Lotz, Martin
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We prove a general theorem providing smoothed analysis estimates for conic condition numbers of problems of numerical analysis. Our probability estimates depend only on geometric invariants of the corresponding sets of ill-posed inputs. Several applications to linear and polynomial equation solving show that the estimates obtained in this way are easy to derive and quite accurate. The main theorem is based on a volume estimate of \epsilon-tubular neighborhoods around a real algebraic subvariety of a sphere, intersected with a disk of radius \sigma. Besides \epsilon and \sigma, this bound depends only the dimension of the sphere and on the degree of the defining equations.; Comment: 30 pages, 4 figures

## Numerical Analysis of Non-Uniformities and Anisotropy in High-Temperature Superconducting Coils

Hu, Di; Ainslie, Mark D.; Zou, Jin; Cardwell, David A.
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This is the accepted manuscript. The final version is available from IEEE at http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpl/articleDetails.jsp?arnumber=6983573.; ?High-temperature superconducting (HTS) coils play an important role in a number of large-scale engineering applications, such as electric machines employing HTS coated conductors. Non-uniformities and anisotropy in the properties of the coated conductor along its length and width can have a large impact on the performance of the tape, which directly influences the performance of an HTS electric machine. In this paper, the specific influences of non-uniformity and anisotropy on the dc properties of coils, such as the maximum allowable dc current, and the ac properties, such as ac loss, are analyzed using a numerical model based on the H formulation. It is found that non-uniformity along the conductor width has a large effect on the ac properties (i.e., ac loss) of a coil, but a relatively small effect on the dc properties (i.e., critical current). Conversely, non-uniformity along the length has a small effect on the ac coil properties, but has a large effect on the dc properties. Index Terms?AC loss, critical current density (superconductivity), high-temperature superconductors, numerical analysis...

## Numerical analysis of one-dimensional waves in generalized thermoelasticity

Gorman, Mark J.
Fonte: Rochester Instituto de Tecnologia Publicador: Rochester Instituto de Tecnologia