Mohammed Nabil Ouissi

Mohammed Nabil Ouissi
Abou Bakr Belkaid University of Tlemcen · Département d'Architecture

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Purpose The preservation of historic urban centres prevents anarchic development of the city and ensures a harmonious evolution of the urban form. It also improves the quality of life in the context of climate and environmental change. Morphological and geometric indicators of the urban fabric are key parameters in the formation of external microcl...
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In this article, natural frequencies of variable stiffness composite laminate (VSCL) plates with curvilinear fibers submerged in fluid with different depths of submersion are studied. In each layer of VSCL plate, the fiber-orientation angle changes linearly with respect to the horizontal coordinate. The problem is solved by using the hierarchical f...
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A hierarchical finite element is developed for the free vibration analysis of a liquid in a rigid cylindrical tank with or without a free surface. It is a hierarchical quadrilateral element and has the advantage that the hierarchical mode number is allowed to vary independently of direction. Liquid behavior in tanks with large aspect ratios can the...
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A bi-hierarchical four nodes quadrilateral element with three displacements as degrees of freedom by node is developed to analyze the free vibration of isotropic shells of revolution with linearly varying thickness. The element is bi-hierarchical because of the double increase of the hierarchical mode number independently according to both axial an...
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A bi-hierarchical four nodes quadrilateral element with three displacements as degrees of freedom by node is developed to analyze the free vibration of isotropic shells of revolution with linearly varying thickness. The element is bi-hierarchical because of the double increase of the hierarchical mode number independently according to both axial an...

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