publishes papers presented at International Conferences on Vibroengineering
The List of Principal Topics:
- ▸ Materials and Measurements in engineering
- ▸ Mathematical models in engineering
- ▸ Acoustics, noise control and engineering applications
- ▸ Mechanical vibrations and applications
- ▸ Fault diagnosis based on vibration signal analysis
- ▸ Vibration control, generation and harvesting
- ▸ Seismic engineering and applications
- ▸ Modal analysis and applications
- ▸ Vibration in transportation engineering
- ▸ Flow-induced structural vibrations
- ▸ Biomechanics and biomedical engineering
- ▸ Chaos, non-linear dynamics and applications
- ▸ Dynamics and Oscillations in electrical and electronics engineering
- ▸ Fractional dynamics and applications
- ▸ System dynamics in manufacturing system modeling
- ▸ Dynamics of Smart and functionally graded materials
Vibroengineering PROCEDIA (VP) ISSN (Print) 2345-0533, ISSN (Online) 2538-8479 publishes as short Conference papers presented at VIBROENGINEERING Conferences. International Conference Series on VIBROENGINEERING is an ideal platform for presenting your recent results in the area of Vibroengineering to the scientific and engineering community Worldwide. Also, International Conference Series on Vibroengineering provides a unique opportunity for building not only your research and industrial network, but also your career in this thriving field of Vibroengineering.
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With great excitement, we'd like to present our conferences schedule:
58th JVE Conference in Ventspils, Latvia
August 25-26, 2022
59th JVE Conference in Dubai, United Arab Emirates
October 22, 2022
60th JVE Conference in Resita, Romania
November 18, 2022
*Topics are not limited to the main theme. More information can be found at www.jveconferences.com.
Authors of best papers presented at International Conferences on VIBROENGINEERING are invited to extend their manuscripts to full journal papers which are considered for publication in Journal of Vibroengineering (indexed in ESCI) and Journal of Measurements in Engineering (indexed in ESCI, Inspec, EBSCO and Gale Cengage).
Since 1999 JVE International is the Organizer of a series of International Conferences which attract speakers from more than 30 around globe. From 2013 till 2015, International Conferences on Vibroengineering were organized at two different locations - one in Europe - another in the Far East. Such venue localization helped our Authors to minimize their travel costs and benefit to the Internalization of our Conference Series.
The number of conferences and different locations grew substantially over the past years of JVE Conferences:
- For 2022 we are looking forward to welcoming you to JVE International Conferences Series organized in Shanghai, China; Almaty, Kazakhstan; Zittau, Germany; Istanbul, Turkey; Ventspils, Latvia; Dubai, United Arab Emirates and Resita, Romania.
- In 2021 JVE International Conferences were organized in Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Dublin, Ireland; St. Petersburg, Russia; Colombo, Sri Lanka and Udaipur, India.
- In 2020 JVE International Conferences were organized in Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Dublin, Ireland; St. Petersburg, Russia; Riga, Latvia; Timisoara, Romania; Colombo, Sri Lanka and Almaty, Kazakhstan.
- In 2019 JVE International Conferences were organized in Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Bratislava, Slovakia; Rome, Italy; St. Petersburg, Russia; Kaunas, Lithuania; Leipzig, Germany; Shanghai, China and Greater Noida (Delhi), India.
- In 2018 JVE International Conferences were organized in Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Brno, Czech Republic; Zittau, Germany; Shanghai, China; Mexico City, Mexico and Greater Noida (Delhi), India.
- In 2017 JVE International Conferences were organized in Liberec, Czech Republic; St. Petersburg, Russia; Katowice, Poland; Beijing, China; Vilnius, Lithuania and Phuket, Thailand.
- In 2016 JVE International Conferences were organized in Brno, Czech Republic; Moscow, Russia; Istanbul, Turkey and Shanghai, China.
- In 2015, two conferences had been organized: one in Nanjing, China and the other one in Katowice, Poland. Conference in Nanjing, China gathered more than 100 scientists from many Universities in China, Thailand, Taiwan, United States, Canada and Colombia. While the 2nd conference in Poland, Katowice attracted scientists from Dubai, France, Germany, United Kingdom, Kuwait, Japan, Kazakhstan, Czech Republic, Russia, Lithuania and Poland.
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Every consecutive Volume of Vibroengineering Procedia is dedicated to a separate Conference.
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Khouloud Srihi, Zakaria Zergoune, Nadia Massé, Garip Genc, Ali El Hafidi
Natural fibers are increasingly used for polymer composite intending to minimize the environmental impact. Bio-composite materials are increasingly being used in industrial transport structures, including aerospace and automotive. Natural fiber reinforces composites with equivalent performances of glass fiber composites, have higher amount of fiber, resulting in less pollution and much lighter weight, which reduces the fuel consumption. Also, they offer the ability to design complex parts and hi
Vibroengineering PROCEDIA, Vol. 43, 2022, p. 46-51.
Reducing noise and vibrations in wind power plants with DFIG and planetary gearbox through improved rotor current control
Thomas Windisch, Eric Hensel, Welf-Guntram Drossel
Planetary gears in wind power plants transmit force excitations to the mechanical structure due to alternating tooth meshes. Structure-borne sound is generated and proceeds to tower and nacelle where it is radiated to the environment and may be a noise pollution to residents. In addition, unwanted vibrations can decrease the durability of the gearbox. So far, structural vibrations are being avoided by constructive measures or active absorbers. In contrast to this, our approach is to reduce gear
Vibroengineering PROCEDIA, Vol. 42, 2022, p. 82-88.
Endian Xu, Lihua Yang, Bo Yu
The contact angle and load distribution are important indicators for reflecting the operating condition of the angular contact ball bearing (ACBB). However, the raceway with local defect may cause serious diversification of contact angle and contact load. To analyze the effect of defect on bearing performances, a mechanical model considering the centrifugal force and gyroscopic moment of the rolling element is established for the defective ACBB. On this basis, the impacts of number of rolling el
Vibroengineering PROCEDIA, Vol. 41, 2022, p. 7-14.
Anjie Peng, Yaxin Chen, Rui Guan, Zheng Wei
In this study, the vertical deflection responses of tapping mode atomic force microscope (TM-AFM) micro-cantilever tip are obtained by simulation and experiment. The results show that, under the blocking of the sample on one side, the steady-state response of the tip is still a sinusoidal form almost symmetrical about the equilibrium position. Furthermore, from the perspective of energy dissipation of the micro-cantilever system, the phases of two surfaces with different properties are simulated
Vibroengineering PROCEDIA, Vol. 40, 2022, p. 50-56.
Mathematical modeling of forced oscillations of semidefinite vibro-impact system sliding along rough horizontal surface
Vitaliy Korendiy, Volodymyr Gursky, Oleksandr Kachur, Volodymyr Gurey, Oleksandr Havrylchenko, Oleh Kotsiumbas
The paper considers the motion conditions of a semidefinite vibratory system placed upon a rough horizontal surface. Such systems are sometimes called unrestrained or degenerate ones, and are usually used in various vibration-driven robots and capsules. Unlike the numerous existent investigations dedicated to a similar subject, the novelty of the present paper consists in the implementation of a crank mechanism for exciting oscillations of a double-mass vibro-impact system setting into planar lo
Vibroengineering PROCEDIA, Vol. 39, 2021, p. 164-169.
Improved 3D biomechanical model for evaluation of mass and inertial parameters in few body positions from NASA classification
Gergana Nikolova, Mihail Tsveov, Daniel Dantchev, Vladimir Kotev
The aim of the current article is: 1) to present a 20-segmental biomechanical model of the male human body generated within a SolidWorks® environment.; 2) to improve the 16-segmental biomechanical model of the human body described in our previous investigation, shaping the body with 20 instead of 16 segments.; 3) to determine the mass-inertial characteristics of the human body of the average Bulgarian male based on the model.; 3) to verify the proposed 3D CAD model of the human body against the
Vibroengineering PROCEDIA, Vol. 38, 2021, p. 56-61.
Daniel Deery, John Kennedy
The potential for acoustic metamaterials to provide a breakthrough in sound attenuation has been unlocked in recent times due to advancements in additive manufacturing techniques. These materials allow the targeting of specific frequencies for sound attenuation. To date acoustic metamaterials have not been experimentally tested in an automotive silencer for performance enhancement. This study investigates the effect of acoustic metamaterials within a representative automotive silencer. These res
Vibroengineering PROCEDIA, Vol. 37, 2021, p. 66-71.
Gecko-inspired nanocomposite coating based on setae-spatulae structure and dynamic adsorption-desorption mechanism
Ding Zeng, Tingfeng Zhao, Chengyang Li, Baohong Hao, Monan Shi
A kind of multifunctional nanocomposite coating based on setae-spatulae structure of gecko is innovatively proposed, which was prepared by blending method. Potential polarization curve, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) and salt spray test were analyzed respectively to analyze the corrosion inhibition effects. Results indicated that the impedance at low frequency region of epoxy resin (EP)/ZnO/Fe2O3 (γ-type) nanocomposite coating was the highest, which is 5.17 times of that of epoxy r
Vibroengineering PROCEDIA, Vol. 36, 2021, p. 102-107.