Minh-Chien Trinh

Minh-Chien Trinh
Chonbuk National University | cbnu · Department of Mechanical System Engineering

PhD

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18
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Citations since 2017
18 Research Items
442 Citations
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Introduction
My research interests include computational mechanics, scaffolded DNA origami, and machine learning. You can find more about my dev notes at https://trinhminhchien.com/ and my Git at https://github.com/mctrinh
Additional affiliations
September 2020 - March 2021
Chonbuk National University
Position
  • PostDoc Position
Description
  • Development of a Virtual System to Predict Physical and Chemical Properties for DNA Nanostructures
Education
March 2017 - August 2020
Sejong University
Field of study
  • Civil and Structural Engineering
March 2017 - August 2020
Sejong University
Field of study
  • Civil and Structural Engineering
September 2010 - March 2015
National University of Civil Engineering, Hanoi
Field of study
  • Civil and Structural Engineering

Publications

Publications (18)
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Most of the experimental, theoretical, and numerical studies on the stability of functionally graded composites are deterministic, while there are full of complex interactions of variables with an inherently probabilistic nature, this paper presents a non-intrusive framework to investigate the stochastic nonlinear buckling behaviors of porous funct...
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This study focuses on the viscoelastic analysis of laminated composite shell structures under long-term creep mechanical loading. An advanced finite element technique named as cell/element-based smoothed discrete shear gap method (CS-DSG3) is employed to obtain the numerical solutions for both elastic and viscoelastic problems owing to its accuracy...
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Deterministic and stochastic bending and buckling characteristics of antisymmetric cross-ply and angle-ply laminated composite plates are thoroughly examined. Partial differential equations for cross-ply and angle-ply laminates are derived using the three variable refined shear deformation theory based on the Hamilton principle. Deterministic Navie...
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Functionally graded composites are commonly used under extreme mechanical and thermal loads wherein a minimal degree of uncertainty might significantly deviate the structural responses. Meanwhile, there is a lack of studies that consider the effects of inevitable source-uncertainty, especially in the stochastic dynamics of composites. This paper, f...
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Inevitable source-uncertainties in geometry configuration, boundary condition, and material properties may deviate the structural dynamics from its expected responses. This paper aims to examine the influence of these uncertainties on the vibration of functionally graded beams. Finite element procedures are presented for Timoshenko beams and utiliz...
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In this work, uncertainty in fiber angles, laminate dimensions, and constituent material properties of composite laminates is investigated to quantify their effects on the buckling load of different laminated composite plates, consisting of four composite plies. For stochastic buckling quantification, typical fourteen scenarios of randomness are in...
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This study aims to estimate the value and quantify the uncertainty of the compressive strength of circular concrete-filled steel tube (CCFST) columns under eccentric loading using a hybrid machine learning model, namely PANN, which is a combination of particle swarm optimization (PSO) and artificial neural networks (ANNs). A dataset of 241 experime...
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Inherent stochasticity in the nano-structural geometry and molecular mechanics properties of lattice-like two-dimensional (2D) materials can significantly deviate the predicted elastic properties that are widely reported in a deterministic framework. Such uncertainties can be attributed to inevitable fabrication uncertainties and random error in pa...
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In this paper, we present a geometrically nonlinear formulation for a nine-node shell finite element and demonstrate its performance. The total Lagrangian formulation is utilized to allow for large displacements and large rotations. The mixed interpolation of tensorial components (MITC) technique is applied to effectively reduce the membrane and sh...
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This paper introduces a semi-analytical approach integrated with Monte Carlo simulation for stochastic buckling analyses of porous functionally graded plates arising due to the inevitable source-uncertainties of geometrical configurations and material properties. Analytical derivations based on the classical plate theory in conjunction with three-v...
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A reliable and advanced program for nonlinear inelastic analyses of steel girders and steel-concrete composite girders subjected to flexural loadings has been developed in the current article. Effects of geometric nonlinearities, material nonlinearities, and residual stresses on flexural behaviors of different steel girders and steel-concrete compo...
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This study develops a three variable refined shear deformation theory to analyze the free vibration and bending behavior of porous functionally graded doubly curved shallow shells subjected to uniform and sinusoidal pressure. Shell displacements are assumed to be caused by extensional, bending, and shear effects. The in-plane displacements produced...
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Analytical closed-form solutions for thermos-mechanical stability and explicit expressions for free- and forced- vibration of thin functionally graded sandwich shells with double curvature resting on elastic bases are investigated for the first time in this study. A core layer of ceramic and two cover layers of functionally graded materials constit...
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This work presents an analytical approach to investigate buckling and post-buckling behavior of FGM plate with porosities resting on elastic foundations and subjected to mechanical, thermal and thermomechanical loads. The formulations are based on Reddy's higher-order shear deformation plate theory taking into consideration Von Karman nonlinearity,...
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In this paper, the first-order shear deformation theory is used to derive theoretical formulations illustrating the nonlinear dynamic response of functionally graded porous plates under thermal and mechanical loadings supported by Pasternak's model of the elastic foundation. Two types of porosity including evenly distributed porosities (Porosity-I)...

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All Dear Colleagues–Collaborators and Their Laboratories are invited to attach to this project Their old, new, and future works or messages about the stability of plates, shells (cylindrical, spheral, conical, et cetera ... shells), and panels made of metals, composites, concrete, bricks (masonry), wood, et cetera ... in elastic, elastic-plastic and plastic states ... ... if any RSGate Member wants to be added to the project as the Collaborator (at least a co/authorship of one work about the "Stability of Plates" would be required), He needs to be a follower of a member ... , sorry ... , but in another way, the system of the project doesn't recognize Him, and He can't be added ... , ... if any Dear Colleague–Collaborator of the Project wants to add other Colleagues, which work on the stability (at least the co/authorship of one work about the "Stability of Plates" would be required) ... - don't hesitate to invite them ... The main rules of our Project are as follows: 1. every Colleague–Collaborator of our Project should attach at least 1 work about "Stability of Plates" or a message about it, 2. every Colleague–Collaborator of our Project should follow each other, 3. every Colleague–Collaborator of our Project should read and recommend, if only would be so possibility regarding a scientific level of researches, all works with each other, 4. every Colleague–Collaborator of our Project should comment works to each other if only would be a reason to do that - comments naturally may be critical but with respect to authors, 5. every Colleague–Collaborator of our Project should cite each other - if only would be so possibility regarding research works of each one, i.e. in every new work attached to our Project should be cited a big number, e.g. 100 works of Collaborators of our Project, 6. every Colleague–Collaborator of our Project should collaborate and write common (with the Collaborators as co-authors) papers, books, ... and other kinds of works, if only would be so possibility, 7. if any Colleague–Collaborator of our Project has a possibility to help to publish works (e.g. as a member of a scientific journal or publishing house editorial board) should give massage about it in the "goal of the project" or in "updates" in our Project, 8. if any Colleague–Collaborator knows about a conference with "Stability of Plates" as a panel or topic - He should inform us in the "goal of the project" or in "updates" in our Project ... I hope that the above rules of our Project would help us to get success in our scientific work ... , every one of us would like that His work would be noted, read, recommended, commented, discussed, and cited ... , but somebody should do that ... All Dear Colleagues – Collaborators are invited to be added to the Stability of Structures’s Lab regarding the rules of the Lab: https://www.researchgate.net/lab/Stability-of-Structuress-Lab-Krzysztof-Murawski Faithfully Yours Krzysztof Murawski
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All Dear Colleagues – Collaborators and Their Laboratories are invited to attach to this project Their old, new and future works or messages about Stability of Structures, especially: buckling, wrinkling, crimpling, crumpling ... and their energy absorption as well as about dynamic stability, slope stability .. of axially and non-axially loaded structures like columns, tubes, pipes, beams, plates, boxes, tanks, silos, pales, poles, pillars, conical shells, thin-walled structures as well as nanostructures, foams, gels.. et cetera .. made of metals, wood, plywood, bamboo, bones, composite, laminate, glass, ceramic, gypsum, concrete, rock, brick .. et cetera .. If any RSGate Member wants to be added to the project as the Collaborator (at least a co/authorship of one work about the stability and following of 50 Members of the Project would be required), He needs to be a follower of a member of the project ... , sorry ... , but in another way, the system of the project doesn't recognize Him, and He can't be added ... Naturally, all Dear Colleagues–Collaborators are asked to add every Colleague, which works on the stability (at least the co/authorship of one work about the stability and following of 50 Members of the Project would be required) ... - and don't hesitate to invite them ... Dear Colleagues–Collaborators, I would like to thank You very much for Your current engagement in our Project, but let me allow to remind You what does mean "Collaboration" in the case of our Project, i.e.: 1. every Colleague–Collaborator of our Project should attach at least 1 work about "Stability of Structures" or a message about it, 2. every Colleague–Collaborator of our Project should follow each other (at least 50 Members of the Project), 3. every Colleague–Collaborator of our Project should read and recommend, if only would be so possibility regarding a scientific level of researches, all works with each other, 4. every Colleague–Collaborator of our Project should comment works to each other if only would be a reason to do that - comments naturally may be critical but with respect to authors, 5. every Colleague–Collaborator of our Project should cite each other - if only would be so possibility regarding research works of each one, i.e. in every new work attached to our Project should be cited a big number, e.g. 100 (a minimum number: 50) works of Collaborators of our Project, 6. every Colleague–Collaborator of our Project should collaborate and write common (with the Collaborators as co-authors) papers, books, ... and other kinds of works, if only would be so possibility, 7. if any Colleague–Collaborator of our Project has a possibility to help to publish works about "Stability of Structures" (e.g. as a member of a scientific journal or publishing house editorial board) should give massage about it in the "goal of the project" or in "updates" in our Project, 8. if any Colleague–Collaborator knows about a conference with "Stability of Structures" as a panel or topic - He should inform us in the "goal of the project" or in "updates" in our Project ... I hope that the above rules of our Project would help us to get success in our scientific work ... , every one of us would like that His work would be noted, read, recommended, commented, discussed, and cited ... , but somebody should do that ... Simultaneously I would like to note that renunciation of the rules of the Project, can be taken by other Collaborators as a kind of dishonesty, especially when a Collaborator would like to obtain a lot of "Reads", "Recommendations" and "Citations", but self doesn't take any so activity .