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Nagler J.,Israeli Air Force
54th Israel Annual Conference on Aerospace Sciences 2014 | Year: 2014

This paper presents a survey using parametric design investigation of composite and homogenous cylindrical pressure vessels with hemispherical ends (also known as 'Heads' or 'Cups'). Two main kinds of composite and homogenous cylinders geometry were modeled and examined: thin and thick cylinders. Stress-strain relationships of the cylinders are derived as a result of their model equation solution. Also, reinforced wrapping method effect on thin cylinder strength was presented and examined. In addition, compound cylinder theory was discussed and main results were presented. Moreover, thick walled composite cylinders in polar coordinates theory has been developed and displayed. Filament winding methods of composed cylinder were discussed together with analytic modeling and numerical examination. Finally, failure criteria of composed and homogenous cylinders were presented and discussed. Source

Elad S.,University of Rochester | Bowen J.,University of Adelaide | Zadik Y.,Hebrew University of Jerusalem | Zadik Y.,Israeli Air Force | Lalla R.V.,University of Connecticut Health Center
Supportive Care in Cancer | Year: 2013

The Mucositis Study Group of the Multinational Association of Supportive Care in Cancer/International Society of Oral Oncology (MASCC/ISOO) recently conducted a systematic review to update the MASCC/ISOO clinical practice guidelines for oral and gastrointestinal mucositis. Here, we discuss the details of some considerations underlying the process used. © 2012 Springer-Verlag. Source

Nagler J.,Israeli Air Force
55th Israel Annual Conference on Aerospace Sciences 2015 | Year: 2015

In this paper, several numerical analysis methods were performed for solving Kuiken model of boundary layer flow model development due to a moving surface ('sheet'). This model obeys to general stretching law and was presented by Kuiken in 1981. The numerical simulation methods which were used are the shooting method and finite difference method (FDM). Creating the final simulation model involved a calibration step. It was found that the shooting method does not describe properly the fluid physics as compared to finite difference method (FDM). Additionally, comparison between numerical and suggested approximate solutions was done while qualitative compatibility was found between solutions. Kuiken solution branch was found to be fully coincided with current FDM solution forκ= 1/3. Finally, comparison between ADM (Adomian Decomposition Method) and FDM has been done, while appropriate match was found between solutions. Quantitatively, all presented solutions have the same order of magnitude; nevertheless, inaccuracy between all kinds of solutions does exist. Source

Enciu K.,Israeli Air Force | Rosen A.,Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
Journal of the American Helicopter Society | Year: 2011

A six-degree-of-freedom simulation of helicopter roll-on takeoff is described. The simulation incorporates helicopter and landing gear dynamic models, as well as a simplified human pilot model, which is capable of performing the takeoff process in various ambient and runway conditions and for different helicopter configurations. This simulation is used to evaluate roll-on takeoff distances and carry out a simplified preliminary optimization to define takeoff techniques that reduce the roll-on takeoff distances. © 2011 The American Helicopter Society. Source

News Article | October 31, 2015
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