Volume: 10 Issue: 3

Volume: 10 Issue: 3 

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Nonlinear Wave Modulation in Nanorods Based on Nonlocal Elasticity Theory by Using Multiple-Scale Formalism/ Pages: 140-158
Güler Gaygusuzoğlu

Some closed-form solutions for buckling of straight beams with varying cross-section by Variational Iteration Method with Generalized Lagrange Multipliers / Pages: 159-175
Ugurcan Eroglu, Ekrem Tüfekci

Free Vibration Analysis of a Cross-Ply Laminated Plate in Thermal Environment / Pages: 176-189
Yusuf Ziya Yüksel, Şeref Doğuşcan Akbaş

Thermo-resonance analysis of an excited graphene sheet using a new approach / Pages: 190-206
Mohammad Malikan, Rossana Dimitri, Francesco Tornabene

Analysis through the FDE Mathematical Model with Multiple Orders the Effects of the Specific Immune System Cells and the Multiple Antibiotic Treatment against Infection/ Pages: 207-236
Bahatdin Daşbaşı, İlhan Öztürk, Nurcan Menekşe

Critically Evaluate the Capabilities of Ultrasonic Techniques Used for Tracing Defects in Laminated Composite Materials/ Pages: 237-251
Senan Thabet, Yaser Jasim, Thabit Thabit

Vibration Analysis of an Axially Loaded Viscoelastic Nanobeam/ Pages: 252-263
Mustafa Arda

Defination of length-scale parameter in Eringen’s Nonlocal Elasticity via Nolocal Lattice and Finite Element Formulation/ Pages: 264-275
Büşra Uzun, Hayri Metin Numanoğlu, Ömer Civalek

 

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Numerical Methods in Solid Mechanics, Nanomechanic and applications, Microelectromechanical systems (MEMS), Vibration Problems in Engineering, Higher order elasticity (Strain gradient, couple stress, surface elasticity, nonlocal elasticity), Applied Mathematics.

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