Volume 1 (2018)

Computational Engineering and Physical Modeling

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Comput. Eng. Phys. Model.

 

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Publication Start Year: 2018

No. of Citations (WOS): 4

No. of Citations (Scopus): 4

No. of Citations (Google Scholar): 7

Google Scholar h-index: 1

Issue Per Year: 4

No. of Volumes: 2

No. of Issues: 5

No. of Articles: 31

No. of Indexing Databases: 2

No. of Reviewers: 312

No. of Contributors: 64

Contributing Countries: 11

 

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The Journal of Computational Engineering and Physical Modeling (CEPM) is an international open-access journal (online) published quarterly by Pouyan Press which was founded in 2017. Recent developments of experimental studies along with computational techniques lead to the comprehensive understanding of engineering phenomena. Journal of Computational Engineering and Physical Modeling (CEPM) is offering the multidisciplinary forum for the latest researches and advanced practices to be published in the area of computational engineering and physical modeling.

Aims and Scope

Investigations and reviews in all features of experimental studies and physical modeling at any scale and numerical methods in entire engineering backgrounds such as aerospace, chemical, civil, mechanical, electrical engineering, and computational biology, chemistry, and materials science are included (but not limited) in the subjects.

General scopes can be categorized as follow:

  • Civil Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Aerospace Engineering and Technology
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Materials Science
  • Marine Engineering
  • Engineering Geology and Oceanography
  • Mining Engineering
  • Computational Biology

DOI Prefix: 10.22115

No publication fee! The journal welcomes article submissions and does not charge a publication fee.

Original Article Civil Engineering
1. Wind Pressure Coefficients on Pyramidal Roof of Square Plan Low Rise Double Storey Building

Jagbir Singh; Amrit Kumar Roy

Volume 2, Issue 1 , Winter 2019, Pages 1-15

http://dx.doi.org/10.22115/cepm.2019.144599.1043

Abstract
  The present study demonstrates the pressure variation due to wind load on a two storey building with a square plan and a pyramidal roof through CFD simulation. Past cyclone reports and other related post-disaster studies have shown loss of lives and extensive property loss mostly in the cyclone-prone ...  Read More

Original Article Civil Engineering
2. Comparative Studies of the Effects of Blocking and Water Repellant Agents on Tensile Strengths OF Fanpalm

Audu Mohammed Taiwo; Raheem Ayinde; Raheem A Ayinde

Volume 2, Issue 1 , Winter 2019, Pages 16-23

http://dx.doi.org/10.22115/cepm.2019.146916.1045

Abstract
  The effects of blocking and water repellant coatings applied on fanpalm specimens on the tensile strength were examined. Fanpalm specimens (coated and uncoated specimens) were soaked in sodium hydroxide solution for specific periods up to 1 year to expose item to alkaline attack. Two groups of coating ...  Read More

Original Article Civil Engineering
3. Investigating on hydrodynamic behavior of slotted breakwater walls under sea waves

Seyed hamid Baiat Ghiasi; Mohamadamin Oyar Hossein; Mostafa Adineh; Vahid Khiali

Volume 2, Issue 1 , Winter 2019, Pages 24-31

http://dx.doi.org/10.22115/cepm.2019.172568.1059

Abstract
  Breakwater walls are buildings that are built to prevent the collapse of the soil or other granular materials and the safety of the sea. One of the destructive phenomena in these structures is the impact of sea wave forces on the overturning phenomenon and instability of the coastal wall, which has damaged ...  Read More

Civil Engineering
1. Determining the Drift in Reinforced Concrete Building Using ANFIS Soft Computing Modeling

Hojjatollah Torkian; Zahra Keshavarz

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2018, , Pages 1-11

http://dx.doi.org/10.22115/cepm.2018.53677

Abstract
  Earthquakes are considered as one of the most significant natural disasters that can potentially cause significant damages to structures. Displacement of buildings’ floors is one of the serious failures in structures caused by earthquakes. In this paper, the drift of a concrete frame with the shear ...  Read More

Civil Engineering
2. Steel Plate Shear Wall with Different Infill Steel Plates

Mohammad Hossein Kashefizadeh; Mohammad Azimzadeh Koocheh; Behtash Amiri; Reza Esmaeilabadi

Volume 1, Issue 3 , Summer 2018, , Pages 1-14

http://dx.doi.org/10.22115/cepm.2018.118244.1011

Abstract
  The steel plate shear wall (SPSW) system is one of the most common and acceptable lateral-resisting structural systems for steel structures. Although the advantages of SPSW over the other structural systems are somehow well-known, the wall-farm interaction of the system is not comprehensively investigated. ...  Read More

Materials Engineering
3. Numerical Simulation of Concrete Mix Structure and Detection of its Elastic Stiffness

Mofid Mahdi; Iqbal Marie

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2018, , Pages 12-22

http://dx.doi.org/10.22115/cepm.2018.54011

Abstract
  Concrete mix stiffness (CM) primarily relies on its ingredients, which mainly consists of stone aggregate and mortar. To analyse the role of the components of CM on its properties a numerical simulation of CM structure is conducted. Within the scope of this study, the structure and the properties of ...  Read More

Civil Engineering
4. Seismic Fragility Assessment of Local and Global Failures in Low-rise Non-ductile Existing RC Buildings: Empirical Shear-Axial Modelling vs. ASCE/SEI 41 Approach

Mohammad Reza Azadi Kakavand; Mohammad Khanmohammadi

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2018, , Pages 38-57

http://dx.doi.org/10.22115/cepm.2018.114549.1008

Abstract
  The brittle behavior of older non-ductile reinforced concrete buildings such as shear-axial failure in columns can cause lateral instability or gravity collapse. Hence, the attempt is to assess the collapse potential through fragility curves. Current research focuses on fragility assessment of these ...  Read More

Civil Engineering
5. The Effect of Diagonal Stiffeners on the Behaviour of Stiffened Steel Plate Shear Wall

Behtash Amiri; Hamed AghaRezaei; Reza Esmaeilabadi

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Winter 2018, , Pages 58-67

http://dx.doi.org/10.22115/cepm.2018.112951.1007

Abstract
  In the current study, the nonlinear behavior of the stiffened steel plate shear wall with diagonal stiffeners is numerically studied. After nonlinear pushover analysis, the finite element modeling results are compared with un-stiffened and stiffened steel plate shear walls, with the horizontal and vertical ...  Read More

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