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Generative Adversarial Networks as a Method to Predict Stresses in Structures
(Mechanical Engineering, 2021 , Master Thesis)
There have been continuous advances in the field of Finite Element Analysis (FEA) allowing designers, architects, engineers and the public at large increasing ease and access. The methods of implementation however, have ...
CONVERSION OF FLARE GAS TO POWER USING SUPERCRITICAL CO2 POWER CYCLE – ENERGY, EXERGY, AND THERMOECONOMIC ANALYSES
(Mechanical Engineering, 06-2 , Master Thesis)
An increase in oil and gas production is associated with the increase in energy demand around the world. This increase in producing fuels is correlated with an increase in flaring process, which is a wasted energy unless ...
ENERGY ABSORPTION CAPABILITIES OF THIN-WALLED MULTI-CELL CORRUGATED TAPERED TUBES UNDER AXIAL AND OBLIQUE IMPACT LOADING CONDITIONS
(Mechanical Engineering, 2023 , Master Thesis)
Progressive collapse behavior, high energy absorption, low manufacturing cost, and lightweight made the thin-walled structures a great safety device in the automotive industry for crash energy absorption. In this thesis, ...