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1. chinaXiv:202111.00026 [pdf]

Biological Knowledge-enabled BERT for Innovation in Biomimetic Design: A Case Study

sun,feng
Subjects: Mechanical Engineering >> Mechanical Design

The biomimetic design provides an adequate solution to achieve an excellent design. However, the prototype space for biomimetic design is relatively large, and it becomes more and more challenging to find the required biological prototypes quickly and efficiently. In order to improve the design efficiency and enrich the means of biomimetic innovation, this paper proposes a biological knowledge-enabled bidirectional encoder representation from transformers (BERT) model to assist biomimetic design, namely BioDesign. We extract the biological strategies, functions and extract dimensional information from the Asknature as the data source. The linguistic expression model-BERT was used to recommend biomimetic strategies or functions combined with the biological strategies data. Finally, we take the biomimetic erosion wear resistant design of the valve core as an example and use the proposed BioDesign model to recommend biomimetic inspired functions. According to the recommended content of the BioDesign model, we obtained the erosion wear resistance strategies and designed the biomimetic structure. The erosion wear experiment proved the feasibility and effectiveness of the proposed method.

submitted time 2021-11-17 Hits29Downloads12 Comment 0

2. chinaXiv:201804.00310 [pdf]

Analysis of the Hydroelastic Performance of Very Large Floating Structures Based on Multi-Modules Beam Theory

Xu, Jin; Sun, Yonggang; Li, Zhifu; Zhang, Xiantao; Lu, Da
Comment:本文发表在《Mathematical Problems in Engineering》
Subjects: Traffic and Transportation Engineering >> Ship Engineering

The hydroelastic behavior of very large floating structures (VLFSs) is investigated based on the proposed multi-modules beam theory (MBT). To carry out the analysis, the VLFS is first divided into multiple sub-modules that are connected through their gravity center by a spatial beam with specific stiffness. The external force exerted on the sub-modules includes the wave hydrodynamic force as well as the beam bending force due to the relative displacements of different sub-modules. The wave hydrodynamic force is computed based on three-dimensional incompressible velocity potential theory, and the boundary element method with the free surface Green function as the integral kernel is adopted to numerically find the solution. The beam bending force is expressed in the form of a stiffness matrix. The coupled motion equation is established according to the continuous conditions of the displacement and force. The motion response defined at the gravity center of the sub-modules is solved by the multi-body hydrodynamic control equations, then both the displacement and the structure bending moment of the VLFS are determined from the stiffness matrix equations. To account for the moving point mass effects, the proposed method is extended to the time domain based on impulse response function (IRF) theory. The accuracy of the proposed method is verified by comparison with existing results. Detailed results through the displacement and bending moment of the VLFS are provided to show the influence of the number of the sub-modules, and the influence of the moving point mass.

submitted time 2018-03-30 Hits3944Downloads2024 Comment 0

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