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Numerical Analysis of the One-Dimensional Nonlinear Boundary Value Problem that Modeling an Electrostatic NEMS by Two-Sided Approximations Method

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O. Konchakovska, M. Sidorov Department of Applied Mathematics, Faculty of Information and Analytical Technologies and Managment, Kharkiv National University of Radio Electronics, 61166, Kharkiv, Ukraine Received 17 May, 2020; accepted in revised form 10 November, 2020 Abstract: The problem of numerical analysis of a nanoelectromechanical system, whose mathematical model is the first boundary value problem […]

Effectiveness of the Probabilistic Assessment to Analyse of the Tall Building Safety using FE Method

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J. Kralik, J. Kralik, jr. and P. Rosko Faculty of Civil Engineering, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, 810 05 Bratislava, Slovakia and Centre of Mechanics and Structural Dynamics 1010 Vienna University of Technology Vienna, Austria Received 01/03/2020, Revised 21/07/2020, Accepted 30/10/2020 Abstract: This paper describes some experiences from the deterministic and probabilistic analysis of

Probabilistic Assessment to Analyze of Steel Hall Collapse due to Extreme Wind Impact

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J. Kralik and J. Kralik, jr. Department of Structural Mechanics, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava, 810 05 Bratislava, Slovakia Received 28/02/2020, Revised 21/07/2020, Accepted 28/10/2020 Abstract: Engineering structures are designed to resist all expected loadings without failure. However, structural failures do happen occasionally, mainly due to inadequate design and construction,

Numerical approximations of the Keyfitz-Kranzer type models by using entropy stable schemes

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Carlos A. Vega1 Departmento de Matem´┐Żaticas y Estad?stica, Universidad del Norte, Km 5 Via Puerto Colombia Barranquilla, Colombia. Sonia Valbuena Grupo GIHEM, Universidad del Atl´┐Żantico, Km 7 Via Puerto Colombia Barranquilla, Colombia. Abstract: Numerical simulations for the Keyfitz-Kranzer system of equations are developed by using high-order entropy stable schemes proposed by Fjordholm et. al. [Arbitrary

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