Journal Vol – 15 No -12, December 2020

A COMPARATIVE EXPLORATION ON DIFFERENT NUMERICAL METHODS FOR SOLVING ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

Authors:

Mohammad Asif Arefin,Biswajit Gain,Rezaul Karim,Saddam Hossain,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.12.00001

Abstract:

In this paper, the initial value problem of Ordinary Differential Equations has been solved by using different Numerical Methods namely Euler’s method, Modified Euler method, and Runge-Kutta method. Here all of the three proposed methods have to be analyzed to determine the accuracy level of each method. By using MATLAB Programming language first we find out the approximate numerical solution of some ordinary differential equations and then to determine the accuracy level of the proposed methods we compare all these solutions with the exact solution. It is observed that numerical solutions are in good agreement with the exact solutions and numerical solutions become more accurate when taken step sizes are very much small. Lastly, the error of each proposed method is determined and represents them graphically which reveals the superiority among all the three methods. We fund that, among the proposed methods Runge-Kutta 4th order method gives the accurate result and minimum amount of error.

Keywords:

Initial Value Problems (IVP),Euler’s Method,Modified Euler Method,Fourth-order Runge-Kutta Method,Error Estimation,

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SYNERGISTIC EFFECT OF SUGARCANE BAGASSE ASH AND MARBLE SLUDGE POWDER AS A PARTIAL REPLACEMENT OF CEMENT IN CONCRETE

Authors:

Zeeshan Ullah,Khan Shahzada,Syed Azmat Ali Shah,Nauman Wahab,Sajjad Wali Khan,Akhtar Gul,Samiullah Qazi,Malik Hammad Naseer,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.12.00002

Abstract:

Marble sludge powder is produced as a by-product during the cutting and polishing of marble. Similarly, sugarcane bagasse ash is produced during the burning operation of sugarcane bagasse. Improper disposal of these waste materials poses a severe threat to the environment. The objective of this research study was to partially substitute cement with a binary mixture of SBA and MSP to reduce the environmental and health issues by adequately utilizing the waste material in the production of low-cost and eco-friendly concrete. For this purpose, a total of 174 concrete cylinders were tested. Apart from this, XRF and EDX tests were performed to determine the chemical composition of waste. Ordinary Portland cement was replaced with a binary mix of SBA and MSP from 0 to 40% by weight to achieve the synergistic effect. Various tests were performed, including compressive and splitting tensile strength and material tests, i.e. specific gravity, absorption capacity, sieve analysis, dry rodded unit weight, and moisture content. The tested specimens were compared with the control samples. The results showed that the difference between compressive and tensile strength up to 15% replacement is within targeted strength and slump. The optimized sample by partial substitution with a negligible effect on properties of concrete was SB10-MP5 and SB5-MP10. The increase in partial replacement above 15% will lead to a decrease in compressive and tensile strength. The cost per cubic meter of concrete was reduced by 8% as per MRS2019.

Keywords:

Sugarcane bagasse ash,marble sludge powder,EDX,XRF,

Refference:

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EVALUATE THE INFLUENCE OF STEEL FIBERS ON THE STRENGTH OF CONCRETE USING PLASTIC WASTE AS FINE AGGREGATES

Authors:

Samiullah Qazi,, Attaul Haq,Sajjad Wali Khan,Fasih Ahmad Khan,Rana Faisal Tufail,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.12.00003

Abstract:

The plastic existence in abundance and its low biodegradability affect the environment. In recent years, researchers have tested numerous recycling techniques. However, each has its demerits. One such technique is recycling plastic as aggregates in concrete. It improves the concrete thermal insulation but depreciates its compressive and tensile strength, which is its core property in the construction industry. The objective of this research work is to efficiently utilize the plastic aggregate in concrete without deteriorating its strength with the use of steel fibers. In total eight concrete mix configurations were studied in this research. The result discussion includes compressive strength, split tensile test, and toughness index. The steel fiber used in the concrete mix with recycled plastic as fine aggregates improved the concrete strength. Its effects increase with an increase in % vol replacement of plastic aggregates with fine aggregates from 5 to 20.

Keywords:

Concrete,compressive strength,tensile strength,recycled plastic granules,steel fibers,

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SOME RESULTS RELATED TO CONVEXIFIABLE FUNCTIONS

Authors:

Faraz Mehmood,, Asif R. Khan,M. Azeem Ullah Siddique,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.12.00004

Abstract:

The present article is devoted to the class of convexifiable functions and related results. In this way, we would recapture the result of authors L. Maligranda et. al. and we would obtain new majorization type results for weighted convexifiable function. This article also recaptures similar results for convex function as well as for concave function

Keywords:

Convex Function,Convexifiable Function,Majorization,Karamata’s inequality,

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INVESTIGATION OF CLIMATE CHANGE VARIABILITY UNDER CLIMATE CHANGE CONDITIONS OVER THE SEMI-ARID REGION

Authors:

Hareef Ahmed Keerio,Sallahuddin Panhwar,Sabab Ali Shah,Abdul Muntaqim Naji,Asim Ali,Adnan Aftab,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.12.00005

Abstract:

The purpose of the study was to investigate the variation in climatic parameters and possible climate effects in the Hyderabad region. The least-square regression method was used to find a linear change in climatic parameters (Temperature and Precipitation). The maximum, minimum, and mean temperatures; annual, and monsoon precipitations were considered under the study. In the last 100 years, the global temperature has been increased by 0.6 or 0.74 0C. In Hyderabad city, we predicted that the minimum temperature (Tmin), maximum temperature (Tmax), and mean temperature (Tmean) are varied in the range of 0.00490C/year to -0.01330C/year. The variability in the precipitation was observed in the last 30 years. Yearly and monsoon precipitation was decreasing with the rate of 1.24mm/year, and 1.34mm/year. The maximum precipitation occurs in July, August, and September; in the rest of the months, no or little precipitation occurred which may lead to a shortage of fresh water. 

Keywords:

Meteorology,Climate change variance,Least Square Regression analysis,Hyderabad region,Temperature and precipitation variance ,

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NUMERICAL INVESTIGATION OF DEVELOPING LAMINAR FLUID FLOW THROUGH RECTANGULAR ANNULUS DUCT

Authors:

Takwah Talib Hasan,Dr. Raed G. Saihood,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.12.00006

Abstract:

The laminar fluid flow of water through the annulus duct was investigated numerically by ANSYS fluent version 15.0 with height (2.5, 5, 7.5) cm and constant length (L=60cm). With constant heat flux applied to the outer duct. The heat flux at the range (500,1000,1500,2000) w/m2 and Reynolds number values were ≤ 2300. The problem was 2-D investigated. Results revealed that Nusselt number decrease and the wall temperature increase with the increase of heat flux. Also, the average Nusselt number increase as Re increases. And as the height of the annulus increase, the values of the temperature and the local and average Nusselt number increase.            

Keywords:

Forced convection,Laminar flow,annulus ducts, developing flow,entrance region,

Refference:

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SEISMIC RETROFITTING OF REINFORCED CONCRETE SHEAR WALL USING CARBON FIBER REINFORCED POLYMERS (CFRP)

Authors:

Shahzad Khan, Samiullah Qazi,Ali Siddique, Muhammad Rizwan,Muhammad Saqib,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.12.00007

Abstract:

In this paper, the experimental results of a partially retrofitted non-compliant with code concrete shear wall using uni-directional carbon fibre reinforced polymer (CFRP) are introduced. The common deficiencies in the wall were insufficient reinforcement, un-confinement at boundary zone, the lake of in-plane stiffness, and ductility. The adopted retrofitting technique consists of the CFRP strips bonded to both wall face with mesh anchors installed in the wall panel and foundation to avoid debonding. The wall was tested before and after retrofitting under a constant axial load, and the displacement control lateral cyclic load was applied to the head beam level. The retrofitted wall showed satisfactory results in terms of drift and shear strength. The test results include the failure pattern, load-displacement behaviours, and deflected shape.  

 

Keywords:

Reinforced concrete,Deficient wall,partial retrofit,CFRP fabric,cyclic loading ,

Refference:

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EIGENVALUE METHOD AND LINEARIZATION FOR THE STEADY STATE STABILITY ANALYSIS OF JAMSHORO THERMAL POWER PLANT (JTPP)

Authors:

Zulfiqar Ali Shahani ,Muhammad Mujtaba Shaikh,Ashfaque Ahmed Hashmani,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.12.00008

Abstract:

Electrical power system without interruption is the need of every consumer. Therefore, supplying electrical power which must be efficient, reliable and secure from any disturbance is the priority of power supply companies. But, due to changes in weather conditions and continuous load variations, small disturbances arise which may lead to severe disturbance. All electrical generating stations are interconnected, so a failure in any one unit can affect other generating units, therefore analysis is compulsory to solve the problem in the least time, and avoid a further big loss. Analysis of steady-state stability or transient stability plays a key role in a power system which helps to understand the behavior of a dynamic system. The stability problem is concerned with the behavior of the generating station when the system puts on either small or large disturbance. In this work, the steady-state stability (SSS) analysis of the Jamshoro thermal power plant (JTPP) is analyzed by using the eigenvalue method and linearization technique at four different reheat gain values. We develop a nonlinear mathematical model of JTPP and discuss its linearized form, and examine the behavior of the system stability using eigenvalues. The eigenvalue method analyzes the behavior of synchronous machine when system load varies continually.   Numerical values of eigenvalues consist of either real part or real as well as imaginary parts. These eigenvalues help to understand the stability of the system, as to whether the system is stable or not.

Keywords:

Eigenvalue,Steady-state,Power system,Nonlinear model,Synchronous machine,

Refference:

I. Amin, M., & Molinas, M. (2017). Small-signal stability assessment of power electronics based power systems: A discussion of impedance-and eigenvalue-based methods. IEEE Transactions on Industry Applications, 53(5), 5014-5030.
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IV. Banakar, H., Luo, C., & Ooi, B. T. (2006). Steady-state stability analysis of doubly-fed induction generators under decoupled P–Q control. IEE Proceedings-Electric Power Applications, 153(2), 300-306.
V. Bhan, V., Hashmani, A. A., & Shaikh, M. M. (2019). A new computing perturb-and-observe-type algorithm for MPPT in solar photovoltaic systems and evaluation of its performance against other variants by experimental validation. Scientia Iranica, 26(Special Issue on machine learning, data analytics, and advanced optimization techniques in modern power systems [Transactions on Computer Science & Engineering and Electrical Engineering (D)]), 3656-3671.
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XIII. Muhammad Aamir Aman, Muhammad Zulqarnain Abbasi, Murad Ali, Akhtar Khan, : To Negate the influences of Un-deterministic Dispersed Generation on Interconnection to the Distributed System considering Power Losses of the system, J.Mech.Cont.& Math. Sci., Vol.-13, No.-3, July-August (2018) Pages 117-132
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XV. Shahani, Z. A., Hashmani, A. A., & Shaikh, M. M. (2020). Steady state stability analysis and improvement using eigenvalues and PSS. Engineering, Technology & Applied Science Research, 10(1), 5301-5306.
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XVII. Singh, Bindeshwar. “Applications of FACTS controllers in power systems for enhance the power system stability: a state-of-the-art.” International Journal of Reviews in Computing 6 (2011)
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THERMAL AWARE LINK ENERGY EFFICIENT SCHEME FOR BODY AREA NETWORKS

Authors:

M. Javed,Asim Zeb,M.Shahzad, Asif Nawaz,Ahmed Ali Shah,Zeeshan Rasheed, Naveed Jan,Atif Ishtiaq,Sheeraz Ahmed,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.12.00009

Abstract:

A daunting task in Wireless Body Area Networks (WBANs) is still to develop Effective routing techniques. Small-sized nodes are installed on or within the human body to monitor human health conditions which then deliver the data to servers for analysis. During sensing and data transfer, biomedical sensors work continuously and the temperature of the nodes may rise beyond the threshold limit. This temperature rise may damage the human body tissues as well as the routing mechanism in terms of path losses. To keep the temperature at its normal working value, a priority-based selection of routes is required to prevent data loss during transmission. This will ensure safe and accurate data delivery at the destination.

A protocol called “Thermal Aware Link Energy Efficient Scheme for WBANs” (TALEEBA) for workers is proposed to monitor the health of workers in factories. One of the four sinks will collect the data of the nearest worker in the field. As the body temperature of any worker is detected to rise, an alarm will be generated and the supervisor of the workplace will ask the worker to be replaced by some other worker. The same mechanism will continue till the task ends. Our proposed TALEEBA (Thermal Aware Link Energy Efficient Scheme for WBANs) scheme is aligned with current LAEEBA and THE-FAME WBAN schemes. In simulations, we analyze our protocol in terms of stability period, network lifetime, residual energy, a packet sent, packet dropped, and throughput. Hence, the results show stability and network life 50%, a packet sent 20% and throughput 23% are improved in comparison with LABEEA and THE-FAME protocols.

Keywords:

Wireless Body Area Networks,Delay,Thermal aware,

Refference:

I. Abidi, Bahae, Abdelillah Jilbab, and El Haziti Mohamed. “Wireless body area networks: a comprehensive survey.” Journal of Medical Engineering & Technology: 1-11. 2020.
II. Ahmad, Ashfaq, Nadeem Javaid, Umar Qasim, Mohammad Ishfaq, Zahoor Ali Khan, and Turki Ali Alghamdi. “RE-ATTEMPT: a new energy-efficient routing protocol for wireless body area sensor networks.” International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks 10, no. (4)): 464010. 2014.

III. Ahmed, S., Nadeem Javaid, Mariam Akbar, Adeel Iqbal, Zahoor Ali Khan, and U. Qasim. “LAEEBA: Link aware and energy efficient scheme for body area networks.” In 2014 IEEE 28th International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications, pp. 435-440. IEEE, 2014.
IV. Akram, Sana, Nadeem Javaid, Anum Tauqir, Areeba Rao, and Saad Noor Mohammad. “The-fame: Threshold-based energy-efficient fatigue measurement for wireless body area sensor networks using multiple sinks.” In 2013 Eighth International Conference on Broadband and Wireless Computing, Communication and Applications, pp. 214-220. IEEE, 2013.
V. Amin, Bahrul, Najeeb Ullah, Sheeraz Ahmed, Muhammad Taqi, and Abdul Hanan. “Path-Loss and Energy Efficient Model (PLEEM) for wireless body area networks (WBANs).” In 2017 International Symposium on Wireless Systems and Networks (ISWSN), pp. 1-6. IEEE, 2017.
VI. Bilandi, Naveen, Harsh K. Verma, and Renu Dhir. “AHP–neutrosophic decision model for selection of relay node in wireless body area network.” CAAI Transactions on Intelligence Technology 5, no. (3): 222-229. 2020.
VII. Brix, Gunnar, Martin Seebass, Gesine Hellwig, and Jürgen Griebel. “Estimation of heat transfer and temperature rise in partial-body regions during MR procedures: an analytical approach with respect to safety considerations.” Magnetic resonance imaging 20, no. (1): 65-76. 2002.
VIII. Chen, Min, Sergio Gonzalez, Athanasios Vasilakos, Huasong Cao, and Victor CM Leung. “Body area networks: A survey.” Mobile networks and applications 16, no. (20): 171-193. 2011.
IX. de Oliveira Brante, Glauber Gomes, Marcos Tomio Kakitani, and Richard Demo Souza. “On the energy efficiency of some cooperative and non-cooperative transmission schemes in WSNs.” In 2011 45th Annual Conference on Information Sciences and Systems, pp. 1-6. IEEE, 2011.
X. Gupta, Sandeep KS, Suresh Lalwani, Yashwanth Prakash, E. Elsharawy, and Loren Schwiebert. “Towards a propagation model for wireless biomedical applications.” In IEEE International Conference on Communications, 2003. ICC’03., vol. 3, pp. 1993-1997. IEEE, 2003.
XI. Hasan, Khalid, Kamanashis Biswas, Khandakar Ahmed, Nazmus S. Nafi, and Md Saiful Islam. “A comprehensive review of wireless body area network.” Journal of Network and Computer Applications (143): 178-198. 2019.

XII. Ilyas Khan, Majid Ashraf, Asif Nawaz, Rehan Ali Khan, M.Habib Ullah, Wisal Khan, Sheeraz Ahmed, : DUAL SINK BASED ROUTING SCHEME FOR RELIABLE DATA DELIVERY AND LOS COMMUNICATION IN WBANS, J. Mech. Cont.& Math. Sci., Vol.-15, No.-6, June (2020) pp 449-467
XIII. Javaid, Nadeem, Z. Abbas, M. S. Fareed, Zahoor Ali Khan, and N. Alrajeh. “M-ATTEMPT: A new energy-efficient routing protocol for wireless body area sensor networks.” Procedia Computer Science (19): 224-231. 2013.
XIV. Katayama, Norihiko, Kenichi Takizawa, Takahiro Aoyagi, Jun-ichi Takada, Huan-Bang Li, and Ryuji Kohno. “Channel model on various frequency bands for wearable body area network.” IEICE transactions on communications 92, no. (2): 418-424. 2009.
XV. Khan, Naveed A., Nadeem Javaid, Zahoor Ali Khan, M. Jaffar, U. Rafiq, and Ayesha Bibi. “Ubiquitous healthcare in wireless body area networks.” In 2012 IEEE 11th International Conference on Trust, Security and Privacy in Computing and Communications, pp. 1960-1967. IEEE, 2012.
XVI. Kim, Beom-Su, Kyong Hoon Kim, and Ki-Il Kim. “A survey on mobility support in wireless body area networks.” Sensors 17, no. (4)): 797. 2017.
XVII. Muhammad Aadil, Sheeraz Ahmed, Muhammad Zubair, M.Saeed Hussain kakar, Muhammad Junaid, Ata-ur-Rehman, : iBTTA: IMPROVED BODY TISSUES TEMPERATURE AWARE ROUTING SCHEME FOR WBANs, J.Mech.Cont.& Math. Sci., Vol.-14, No.-1, January-February (2019) pp 37-52.
XVIII. Nadeem, Qaisar, Nadeem Javaid, Saad Noor Mohammad, M. Y. Khan, Sohab Sarfraz, and M. Gull. “Simple: Stable increased-throughput multi-hop protocol for link efficiency in wireless body area networks.” In 2013 Eighth International Conference on Broadband and Wireless Computing, Communication and Applications, pp. 221-226. IEEE, 2013.
XIX. Shahbazi, Zeinab, and Yung-Cheol Byun. “Towards a secure thermal-energy aware routing protocol in Wireless Body Area Network based on blockchain technology.” Sensors 20, no. (12): 3604. 2020
XX. Taha, Mustafa Sabah, Mohd Shafry Mohd Rahim, Mohammed Mahdi Hashim, and Fadil Abass Johi. “Wireless body area network revisited.” International Journal of Engineering & Technology 7, no. (4) : 3494-3504. 2018.
XXI. Tang, Qinghui, Naveen Tummala, Sandeep KS Gupta, and Loren Schwiebert. “TARA: thermal-aware routing algorithm for implanted sensor networks.” In International conference on distributed computing in sensor systems, pp. 206-217. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg, 2005.
XXII. Tauqir, Anum, Nadeem Javaid, Sana Akram, Areeba Rao, and Saad Noor Mohammad. “Distance aware relaying energy-efficient: Dare to monitor patients in multi-hop body area sensor networks.” In 2013 Eighth International Conference on Broadband and Wireless Computing, Communication and Applications, pp. 206-213. IEEE, 2013.
XXIII. Ullah, Sana, Henry Higgins, Bart Braem, Benoit Latre, Chris Blondia, Ingrid Moerman, Shahnaz Saleem, Ziaur Rahman, and Kyung Sup Kwak. “A comprehensive survey of wireless body area networks.” Journal of medical systems 36, no. (3): 1065-1094. 2012.
XXIV. Zang, Weilin, Fen Miao, Raffaele Gravina, Fangmin Sun, Giancarlo Fortino, and Ye Li. “CMDP-based intelligent transmission for wireless body area network in remote health monitoring.” Neural computing and applications 32, no. (3): 829-837. 2020.

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CHARACTERIZATION OF THE NONLINEAR BEHAVIOR OF FLEXIBLE ROAD PAVEMENTS

Authors:

Irfan Ullah,Dr. Rawid Khan,Manzoor Elahi,Ajab Khurshid,

DOI NO:

https://doi.org/10.26782/jmcms.2020.12.00010

Abstract:

In this paper, the Asphalt Concrete is analyzed by finite element modeling in Abaqus. The nonlinear viscoelastic behavior of Asphalt Concrete is simulated in Finite Element Analysis (FEA). The X-Ray Computed Tomography scans of the laboratory specimen are converted to a 3D virtual model in image processing software (Simpleware Scan IP). The 3D model is used in FEA by applying boundary conditions and giving mechanical properties, considering the Asphalt Concrete as a viscoelastic material. The mechanical properties of the Asphalt Concrete were determined from the laboratory test performed on the same sample. Three different types of model were analyzed. The representative 3D meshed model and Abaqus meshed model were analyzed for recovery of stress under constant strain and compared. It was concluded that the analysis on a model without considering the actual geometry of the Asphalt Concrete, gives a similar pattern of results but differ by 18% than a laboratory test.  The actual 3D geometry of Asphalt Concrete specimen can be obtained by converting 2D X-ray CT scans. It was also found that the nonlinear viscoelastic analysis on a 3D virtual model of Asphalt Concrete gives 96% similar results to the laboratory tests.

Keywords:

Micromechanical Modeling,asphalt concrete,finite element,discrete element,X-ray CT,

Refference:

I. Abdul Farhan, Nadeem Anwar Qureshi, Arshad Hussain, M. Bilal Khurshid, Hassan Farooq Afridi, : Field Investigation of Modified Asphalt Mix in Pakistan, J.Mech.Cont.& Math. Sci., Vol.-13, No.-4, September-October (2018) Pages 90-99
II. A. Abbas, E. Masad, T. Papagiannakis, and T. Harman, Micromechanical modeling of the viscoelastic behavior of asphalt mixtures using the discrete-element method, vol. 7, no. 2. 2007.
III. C. W. Huang, E. Masad, A. H. Muliana, and H. Bahia, “Nonlinearly viscoelastic analysis of asphalt mixes subjected to shear loading,” Mech. Time-Dependent Mater., vol. 11, no. 2, pp. 91–110, 2007, doi: 10.1007/s11043-007-9034-5.
IV. F. T. S. Aragão, Y.-R. Kim, J. Lee, and D. H. Allen, “Micromechanical Model for Heterogeneous Asphalt Concrete Mixtures Subjected to Fracture Failure,” J. Mater. Civ. Eng., vol. 23, no. 1, pp. 30–38, 2011, doi: 10.1061/(asce)mt.1943-5533.0000004.
V. H. M. Zelelew and A. T. Papagiannakis, “Micromechanical Modeling of Asphalt Concrete Uniaxial Creep Using the Discrete Element Method,” Road Mater. Pavement Des., vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 613–632, 2010, doi: 10.1080/14680629.2010.9690296.
VI. M. H. Sadd and D. Ph, “SIMULATION OF ASPHALT MATERIALS USING A FINITE ELEMENT,” 2003.
VII. Z. You and Q. Dai, “Dynamic complex modulus predictions of hot-mix asphalt using a micromechanical-based finite element model,” Can. J. Civ. Eng., vol. 34, no. 12, pp. 1519–1528, 2007, doi: 10.1139/L07-064.
VIII. Y. R. Kim, D. N. Little, and R. L. Lytton, “Effect of moisture damage on material properties and fatigue resistance of asphalt mixtures,” Transp. Res. Rec., no. 1891, pp. 48–54, 2004, doi: 10.3141/1891-07.

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