Tariq Taha Darabseh

Tariq Taha Darabseh
Jordan University of Science and Technology | Just · Department of Aeronautical Engineering

PhD

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The purpose of this research is to study the behavior of AISI 316L steel during the Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding process. Three welding parameters are adjusted at three levels of voltage, wire feed, and shielding gas combination (6V, 8V, 10V), (3, 3.5, 4), and (G4, G5, G6). The welding properties are investigated by tensile test strength and Charp...
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In this paper, a discrete-time model predictive controller using Laguerre orthonormal function-based (LMPC) for active flutter suppression of a two-dimensional wing with a flap is presented. In this work, a linear mathematical state-space model for the pitch, plunge, and flap degrees of freedom under unsteady aerodynamics is derived and used to det...
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This paper aims to utilize the modern control theory in designing an active flutter suppression controller for a two-dimensional wing with a flap. In this study, the wing’s pitch–plunge linear aeroelastic response, in addition to the control flap motion, was modeled using Lagrange’s energy method, and Theodorsen’s classic unsteady aerodynamic theor...
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A significant contribution of this paper is developing a half car model with a built-in piezoelectric stack to evaluate the potential of harvesting power from the car suspension system. The regenerative car suspension system is modelled mathematically using Laplace transformation and simulated using MATLAB/Simulink. Two piezoelectric stacks are ins...
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The main objective of this work is to build a mathematical model to evaluate the potential of harvesting power from the car suspension system. Quarter- and half-car models with built-in piezoelectric stack were modeled mathematically and simulated using MATLAB/Simulink. The piezoelectric stack was installed in series with the suspension spring to m...
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One of the most important techniques for energy harvesting is the clean energy collection from the ambient vibration. Piezoelectric energy harvesting systems became a hot topic in the literature and attracted most researchers. The reason behind this attraction is that piezoelectric materials are a simple structure and provide a higher power density...
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The main objective of this work is to calculate the harvested voltage and power from piezoelectric stack installed in the quarter and half car models. Both models are subjected to random excitation at different road classes. The mathematical models are built and developed by using MATLAB/Simulink. The obtained results show that harvested voltage an...
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The main aim of this work is to evaluate and compare the harvested power from piezoelectric-based energy harvesting system for the quarter and half car models. Both cases are modeled and examined using MATLAB/Simulink. The analysis is done in both time and frequency domain approaches. The obtained results show that the output voltage and power of h...
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This paper studies the aeroelastic behavior of telescopic, multi-segment, span morphing wings. The wing is modeled as a linear, multi-segment, stepped, cantilever Euler-Bernoulli beam. It consists of three segments along the axis and each segment has different geometric, mechanical, and inertial properties. The aeroelastic analysis takes into accou...
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The dynamic stability of a tapered viscoelastic wing subjected to unsteady aerodynamic forces is investigated. The wing is considered as a cantilever tapered Euler–Bernoulli beam. The beam is made of a linear viscoelastic material where Kelvin–Voigt model is assumed to represent the viscoelastic behavior of the material. The governing equations of...
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The flutter of a tapered viscoelastic wing carrying an engine and subjected to a follower thrust force is investigated. The wing is considered as a cantilever tapered Euler-Bernoulli beam, made of a linear viscoelastic material where Kelvin-Voigt model is assumed to represent the viscoelastic behaviour of the material. In addition, quasi-steady and...
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In this work, ethanol was mixed with biodiesel–diesel blends and the effect of ethanol concentration on diesel emissions was investigated. Both low and high concentrations of ethanol were studied. Ethanol concentrations were varied at 3%, 5%, 15% and 25% in biodiesel–diesel–ethanol (BDE), while biodiesel and diesel concentrations were maintained eq...
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This research is conducted on machine dynamics and steering control of an articulated surface mining large wheel loader (LWL) navigating a predefined path. Modelling a LWL based on computational multibody dynamics is achieved by modelling each system of the articulated vehicle separately then merging them to form an overall system of an articulated...
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This research presents path planning and tracking for an articulated large wheel loader during the travel portion of a loading cycle. The study proposes a methodology for path planning, modeling, simulation and control of such vehicles; the analysis focuses on all of these components together and explains the relation among them. The developed meth...
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This paper studies the thermoelastic analysis of thick hollow cylinder made of two-dimensional functionally graded material (FGM) by finite element method. The FGM cylinder with finite length is simply supported and subjected to thermal and mechanical loading. The mechanical and thermal properties are graded in the radial and axial directions. The...
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The transient thermoelastic response of a thick hollow cylinder made of functionally graded material under thermal loading is studied. The generalized theory of thermoelasticity based on Green–Lindsay model is used in this paper. The thermal and mechanical properties of the functionally graded material are assumed to be varied in the radial directi...
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In this paper, the ceramic production in Jordan is investigated using the methodology of exergy analysis in order to use energy more efficiently. The major aim of the ceramic industry in Jordan is to minimize the energy cost in order to be a competent industry. The energy and exergy of inputs and outputs for different processes of ceramic productio...
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Legs are the most important elements for accomplishing human physical work including transportation or displacement. The article presents a mechanical reproduction of the human walking apparatus. Using design rules, a final mechanism configuration is achieved such that the crank is a binary link connected to a binary ground link. The resulting link...
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The transient thermoelastic response of thick hollow cylinder made of functionally graded material under thermal loading is studied. The generalized coupled thermoelasticity based on the Green-Lindsay model is used. The thermal and mechanical properties of the functionally graded material are assumed to be varied in the radial direction according t...
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Legs are the most important elements for accomplishing human physical work including transportation or displacement. The article presents a mechanical reproduction of the human walking apparatus. Using design rules, a final mechanism configuration is achieved such that the crank is a binary link connected to a binary ground link. The resulting link...
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This paper considers the transient thermal stresses in a circular cylinder made of a functionally graded material (FGM). The cylinder material is considered to be graded along the radial direction, where an exponentially varying distribution is assumed. The material is assumed to be isotropic with constant Poisson's ratio. The cylinder is subjected...
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An important consideration in design involving high temperature variation is the determination of the thermal stresses developed. The numerical solution for thermoelastic transient response of orthotropic cylinder subjected to a constant temperature at the surface is presented. The thermoelastic equations with one relaxation time developed by Lord...
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The hyperbolic energy model is applied in this paper for determining transient temperature variation across a unidirectional composite plate subjected to different temperature changes at the boundaries. Thermal stresses developed are then analyzed for different material properties. Governing equations are solved numerically using implicit methods....
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The interference effect on the new strain-concentration factor (SNCF), defined under the triaxial stress state, is studied forcircumferentially notched cylindrical bars with double-slant notches under static tension. The material employed is Austeniticstainless steel. The results indicate that the new SNCF (Kεnew) for a certain lo is constant durin...
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This paper analyses the motion of a linear viscoelastic column using the dynamic approach. The viscoelastic material is mathematically represented by the four-element model. Using this model as a recursion equation, the elastic, one-, two-, three- and four-element models are solved and their results compared. The stability analyses of these systems...
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--New Mexico State University, 2002. Includes vita. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 78-80).
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Free and mixed convection problems in a vertical porous annulus have been extensively studied. These studies use numerical or experimental techniques to investigate the thermal behavior of the mental porous annulus. Parang and Keyhani have obtained closed-form solutions for the special case where the inner and outer walls are heated by uniform but...

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To harvest energy from a car suspension system by piezoelectric harvesters