Developments in Strategic Materials and Computational Design W Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings Wolume 35, SSue 8, 2014 Edited by Waltraud M. Kriven Dongming Zhu Kyoung II Moon Taejin Hwang JingyangWang Charles Lewinsohn ...
Author: Waltraud M. Kriven
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Technology & Engineering
This issue contains 31 papers from The American CeramicSociety’s 38th International Conference on Advanced Ceramicsand Composites, held in Daytona Beach, Florida, January 26-31,2014. This issue includes papers presented in the followingSymposia and Focused Sessions: Symposium 2 – Advanced CeramicCoatings for Structural, Environmental, and FunctionalApplications; Symposium 10 – Virtual Materials(Computational) Design and Ceramic Genome; Symposium 11 –Advanced Materials and Innovative Processing Ideas for theIndustrial Root Technology; Symposium 12 – Materials forExtreme Environments: Ultrahigh Temperature Ceramics andNanolaminated Ternary Carbides and Nitrides; Focused Session 1 -Geopolymers and Chemically Bonded Ceramics; Focused Session 2– Advanced Ceramic Materials and Processing for Photonics andEnergy; Focused Session 3 – Rare Earth Oxides for Energy,Optical and Biomedical Applications, Focused Session 4 –Ion-Transport Membranes; 3rd Global Pacific Rim EngineeringCeramics Summit; and the 3rd Annual Global Young InvestigatorForum
The fluid velocity can be computed in a preprocessing step , and the main computation then consists in solving the remaining equations with given macroscopic fluid velocity . 7 Phase field model The phase field model for epitaxial ...
Design. Until this point in the presentation, we have considered the microstructure of the material as given data. ... However, there exist a variety of difficulties in the computational design of macroscopic solid material properties ...
Author: Tarek I. Zohdi
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
In this, its second corrected printing, Zohdi and Wriggers’ illuminating text presents a comprehensive introduction to the subject. The authors include in their scope basic homogenization theory, microstructural optimization and multifield analysis of heterogeneous materials. This volume is ideal for researchers and engineers, and can be used in a first-year course for graduate students with an interest in the computational micromechanical analysis of new materials.
The misconstruing of the parametric process, as aligned to what can be understood as traditional design process, arguably falls to perceptions of how computational design has influenced built work as well as the aesthetic, ...
Author: Andrew Madl
Parametric Design for Landscape Architects provides a sequence of tutorial-based workflows for the creation and utilization of algorithmic tools calibrated toward the field of landscape architecture. Contemporary practice and projective theory in landscape architecture require the processing and design of data associated with complex systems to adequately represent composite, emergent scenarios. Aligning to both traditional and nascent processes of analysis and digital modeling, this book unpacks and decodes the characterization of algorithmic-based automation, leveraging software that is widely accessible in both academia and professional practice. Curated throughout are workflows that apply to a multiplex of computation programs that widely support the design, analysis, and production of landscapes, primarily concentrated on digital modeling tools Grasshopper and Rhinoceros. It is a much-needed, visually accessible resource to aid in more efficient understanding and creation of tools that automate and re-examine traditional calculations, analyses, drawing standards, form-finding strategies, fabrication preparations, and speculative assessments/simulation. This primer provides professionals and students with multifaceted skill-sets that, when applied in practice, expand and expedite conventional and speculative design workflows applicable to spatial design, and more specifically landscape architecture. The book includes over 200 full-colour drawings, images, and tables to illustrate and support examples throughout.
Development schedule “Computational design of the NCAR community climate model”, Parallel Computing, Vol. 21, No. 10, pp. 1545-1569 (1995). M. Iizuka, H. Nakamura, K. Garatani, K. Nkajima, H. Okuda and G. Yagawa, ...
Author: D. Keyes
Contributed presentations were given by over 50 researchers representing the state of parallel CFD art and architecture from Asia, Europe, and North America. Major developments at the 1999 meeting were: (1) the effective use of as many as 2048 processors in implicit computations in CFD, (2) the acceptance that parallelism is now the 'easy part' of large-scale CFD compared to the difficulty of getting good per-node performance on the latest fast-clocked commodity processors with cache-based memory systems, (3) favorable prospects for Lattice-Boltzmann computations in CFD (especially for problems that Eulerian and even Lagrangian techniques do not handle well, such as two-phase flows and flows with exceedingly multiple-connected demains with a lot of holes in them, but even for conventional flows already handled well with the continuum-based approaches of PDEs), and (4) the nascent integration of optimization and very large-scale CFD. Further details of Parallel CFD'99, as well as other conferences in this series, are available at http://www.parcfd.org
2 INNOVATIONS IN COMPUTATIONAL DESIGN Innovations and developments in information technology and computation are causing unprecedented changes in architectural design and construction: transforming design processes and procedures, ...
Author: Ajla Aksamija
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Today’s design professionals are faced with challenges on all fronts. They need not only to keep in step with rapid technological changes and the current revolution in design and construction processes, but to lead the industry. This means actively seeking to innovate through design research, raising the bar in building performance and adopting advanced technologies in their practice. In a constant drive to improve design processes and services, how is it possible to implement innovations? And, moreover, to assimilate them in such a way that design, methods and technologies remain fully integrated? Focusing on innovations in architecture, this book covers new materials and design methods, advances in computational design practices, innovations in building technologies and construction techniques, and the integration of research with design. Moreover, it discusses strategies for integrating innovation into design practices, risks and economic impacts. Through numerous case studies, it illustrates how innovations have been implemented on actual architectural projects, and how design and technical innovations are used to improve building performance, as well as design practices in cutting-edge architectural and engineering firms. Projects of all scales and building types are discussed in the book, ranging from small-scale installations, academic and commercial buildings to large-scale mixed-use, healthcare, civic, academic, scientific research and sports facilities. Work from design firms around the globe and of various scales is discussed in the book, including for example Asymptote Architecture, cepezed, CO Architects, Consarc Architects, FAAB Architektura, Gerber Architekten, HOK, IDOM-ACXT, MAD Architects, Morphosis Architects, SDA | Synthesis Design + Architecture, Studiotrope, Perkins+Will, Richter Dahl Rocha & Associés, Snøhetta, Rob Ley Studio, Trahan Architects, UNStudio and Zaha Hadid Architects, among many others.
At present, a design is often tuned in a manual trial-and-error process by interacting with a computer-aided ... In recent years, however, dramatic increase in processor power and affordability of computational redundancy has seen rapid ...
Author: Yi Chen
Publisher: CRC Press
Computational Intelligence Assisted Design framework mobilises computational resources, makes use of multiple Computational Intelligence (CI) algorithms and reduces computational costs. This book provides examples of real-world applications of technology. Case studies have been used to show the integration of services, cloud, big data technology and space missions. It focuses on computational modelling of biological and natural intelligent systems, encompassing swarm intelligence, fuzzy systems, artificial neutral networks, artificial immune systems and evolutionary computation. This book provides readers with wide-scale information on CI paradigms and algorithms, inviting readers to implement and problem solve real-world, complex problems within the CI development framework. This implementation framework will enable readers to tackle new problems without difficulty through a few tested MATLAB source codes
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Journal 38(3), 1084–1091 (2000)  Messac, A.: Physical programming: Effective optimization for computational design. American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Journal 34(1), ...
Author: Manuel Barros
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Technology & Engineering
The microelectronics market, with special emphasis to the production of complex mixed-signal systems-on-chip (SoC), is driven by three main dynamics, time-- market, productivity and managing complexity. Pushed by the progress in na- meter technology, the design teams are facing a curve of complexity that grows exponentially, thereby slowing down the productivity design rate. Analog design automation tools are not developing at the same pace of technology, once custom design, characterized by decisions taken at each step of the analog design flow, - lies most of the time on designer knowledge and expertise. Actually, the use of - sign management platforms, like the Cadences Virtuoso platform, with a set of - tegrated CAD tools and database facilities to deal with the design transformations from the system level to the physical implementation, can significantly speed-up the design process and enhance the productivity of analog/mixed-signal integrated circuit (IC) design teams. These design management platforms are a valuable help in analog IC design but they are still far behind the development stage of design automation tools already available for digital design. Therefore, the development of new CAD tools and design methodologies for analog and mixed-signal ICs is ess- tial to increase the designer’s productivity and reduce design productivitygap. The work presented in this book describes a new design automation approach to the problem of sizing analog ICs.
The most comprehensive example of a success story in computational catalyst design comes from the group of Jens Nørskov, who has pioneered the descriptorbased design approach and has applied it to numerous reactions.19,20 In several ...
Author: Aravind Asthagiri
Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry
This book presents a comprehensive review of the methods and approaches being adopted to push forward the boundaries of computational catalysis.
temperature regulation) is considered relatively late, can lead to designs that are wasteful in terms of material, ... In order for such an approach to be successful, we require new forms of representation for computational design ...
Author: Hitoshi Iba
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Introducing a handbook for gene regulatory network research using evolutionary computation, with applications for computer scientists, computational and system biologists This book is a step-by-step guideline for research in gene regulatory networks (GRN) using evolutionary computation (EC). The book is organized into four parts that deliver materials in a way equally attractive for a reader with training in computation or biology. Each of these sections, authored by well-known researchers and experienced practitioners, provides the relevant materials for the interested readers. The first part of this book contains an introductory background to the field. The second part presents the EC approaches for analysis and reconstruction of GRN from gene expression data. The third part of this book covers the contemporary advancements in the automatic construction of gene regulatory and reaction networks and gives direction and guidelines for future research. Finally, the last part of this book focuses on applications of GRNs with EC in other fields, such as design, engineering and robotics. • Provides a reference for current and future research in gene regulatory networks (GRN) using evolutionary computation (EC) • Covers sub-domains of GRN research using EC, such as expression profile analysis, reverse engineering, GRN evolution, applications • Contains useful contents for courses in gene regulatory networks, systems biology, computational biology, and synthetic biology • Delivers state-of-the-art research in genetic algorithms, genetic programming, and swarm intelligence Evolutionary Computation in Gene Regulatory Network Research is a reference for researchers and professionals in computer science, systems biology, and bioinformatics, as well as upper undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate students. Hitoshi Iba is a Professor in the Department of Information and Communication Engineering, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, at the University of Tokyo, Toyko, Japan. He is an Associate Editor of the IEEE Transactions on Evolutionary Computation and the journal of Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines. Nasimul Noman is a lecturer in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Newcastle, NSW, Australia. From 2002 to 2012 he was a faculty member at the University of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Noman is an Editor of the BioMed Research International journal. His research interests include computational biology, synthetic biology, and bioinformatics.