SAEQ: Science and Applied Engineering Quarterly (01.2013)

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SAEQ LTD, Oct 23, 2013 - 40 pages

Issue 01 Oct-Nov-Dec 2013


The Multi-Fructural Analysis Of Fatigue Failure Under Friction Process

A.M. Pashayev, A.Kh. Janahmadov, O.A. Dyshin, M.Y. Javadov

The article shows the need to combine approaches of synergetics and fractals in the study of friction and wear in the frictional contact, due to fact that dissipative structures, self-organising in the open systems, are known to have a fractal behaviour  The multi-fractal concept allows to introduce new quantitative structures, characterised by a spectrum of generalised fractal dimensions and reflected by the degree of randomness. Different levels of structure (micro-, mesa- and macro-scale) are described in the framework of multi-fractal analysis. A procedure to calculate the multi-fractal dimension of this structure is developed and the results of the numerical calculations are submitted.Research Of Loading Distribution On Coils Of Running Pair Of The LatchN.H.JavadovIt is given the calculation procedure of distribution of pressure on coils of running pair of latch at various loading schemes. Recommendations are provided for the choice of loading schemes of running pair, which ensures more uniform distributions and therefore, considerably reduces the wear of coils by means of constructive changes in a latch.

Modeling And Forecasting The Financial Markets Using Theory Of Deterministic Chaos And Fractals

S.M. Javadova

This paper presents the results of the multi-fractal analysis based on the wavelet transformation, which can be considered as method of studying the spectral correlation properties of various processes, including non-stationary. Comparative experience with methods MFFA (multi-fractal fluctuation analysis) and WTMM (wavelet transform modulus maxima) in studying of the multi-fractal properties of signals of time function shows that MFFA method is more reliable and robust.As an instrument of the ‘local’ study of time function structure, WTMM allows to evaluate the correlation properties of random processes in comparison with a short signal.

Surface Structures Of Frictional Materials On Asbestosfree Base

M.I. Aliyev

Development of asbestosfree composite materials on petroleum coke base enabled to obtain environmentally sound products with sufficiently high physical, mechanical and tribotechnical characteristics. The materials have been analyzed/tested from the perspective of physicochemical friction mechanics in the breaking mode through the differential-thermal analysis (DTA) and thermogravimetric analysis (TGM), supplemented with the study of friction materials structure. The thermogravimetric analysis findings indicated that decomposition of the new asbestosfree friction material begins after 14 minutes at 3000C.

 

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Contents

Chief Editors letter
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MultiFructal Analysis Of Fatigue Failure Under Friction Process
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Research Of Loading Distribution On Coils Of Running Pair Of The Latch
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Modeling And Forecasting The Financial Markets Using Theory Of Deterministic Chaos And Fractals
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Surface Structures Of Frictional Materials On Asbestosfree Base
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