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  1. A wealth of problems occurring naturally in the applied sciences can be reformulated as optimization tasks whose argument is constrained to the solution set of a system of linear equations. Solving these effic...

    Authors: Dan-Daniel Erdmann-Pham, Aviv Gibali, Karl-Heinz Küfer and Philipp Süss

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2016 6:1

    Content type: Research

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  2. The aim of the paper is to employ the dual numbers in the multi axes machine error modelling in order to apply the algebraic methods in computations. The calculus of higher order dual numbers allows us to calc...

    Authors: Michal Holub, Jaroslav Hrdina, Petr Vašík and Jan Vetiška

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2015 5:2

    Content type: Research

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  3. In this article we address the numerical study of 3D semiconductor devices for applications in electronics industry including charge generation phenomena due to impact ionization. With this aim, we propose two...

    Authors: Aurelio Mauri, Andrea Bortolossi, Giovanni Novielli and Riccardo Sacco

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2015 5:1

    Content type: Research

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  4. In papermaking process the base paper is formed by starting from low concentration suspension. Depending on process stage different models can be utilized for better understanding and performance of the proces...

    Authors: Jari Hämäläinen, Taija Hämäläinen, Teemu Leppänen, Heidi Niskanen and Joonas Sorvari

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2014 4:14

    Content type: Research

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  5. We consider the electrostatic field computations with floating potentials in a multi-dielectric setting. A floating potential is an unknown equipotential value associated with an isolated perfect electric cond...

    Authors: Dominic Amann, Andreas Blaszczyk, Günther Of and Olaf Steinbach

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2014 4:13

    Content type: Research

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  6. In this paper we discuss three examples where continuum theory may be applied to describe nanoscale phenomena:

    Authors: Tim G Myers, Michelle M MacDevette, Francesc Font and Vincent Cregan

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2014 4:11

    Content type: Research

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  7. Two new algorithms for numerical solution of static Hamilton-Jacobi equations are presented. These algorithms are designed to work efficiently on different parallel computing architectures, and numerical resul...

    Authors: Tor Gillberg, Are Magnus Bruaset, Øyvind Hjelle and Mohammed Sourouri

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2014 4:10

    Content type: Research

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  8. Authors: Magnus Fontes and Michael Günther

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2014 4:9

    Content type: Editorial

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  9. The paper describes the methodology of contact problem solving that is used for simulation of aircraft assembly process.

    Authors: Margarita V Petukhova, Sergey V Lupuleac, Yulia K Shinder, Alexander B Smirnov, Sergey A Yakunin and Bertrand Bretagnol

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2014 4:8

    Content type: Research

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  10. The adjoint method has long been considered as the tool of choice for gradient-based optimisation in computational fluid dynamics (CFD). It is the independence of the computational cost from the number of desi...

    Authors: Carsten Othmer

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2014 4:6

    Content type: Research

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  11. Color over Angle (CoA) variation in the light output of white phosphor-converted LEDs is a common problem in LED lighting technology. In this article we propose an inverse method to design an optical element t...

    Authors: Corien Prins, Jan ten Thije Boonkkamp, Teus Tukker and Wilbert IJzerman

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2014 4:5

    Content type: Research

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  12. In this work we present the industrial application of fiber lay-down models that enable an efficient simulation of non-woven structures. The models describe the deposition of fibers on a moving conveyor belt w...

    Authors: Martin Grothaus, Axel Klar, Johannes Maringer, Patrik Stilgenbauer and Raimund Wegener

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2014 4:4

    Content type: Research

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  13. Model-based medical decision support in terms of computer simulations, predictions and optimization gains increasing importance in health care systems worldwide. This work deals with the control of the glucose...

    Authors: Nicole Marheineke, Thomas Martin Cibis, Stefan Schiessl and Ulrike Pielmeier

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2014 4:3

    Content type: Research

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  14. This work deals with the behavior of viscoelastic jets under gravitational forces described by an asymptotic upper convected Maxwell (UCM) model, system of partial differential equations. Considering fiber spi...

    Authors: Maike Lorenz, Nicole Marheineke and Raimund Wegener

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2014 4:2

    Content type: Research

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  15. With the recent advent of inductive charging systems all major automotive manufacturers develop concepts to wirelessly charge electric vehicles. Efficient designs require virtual prototyping that accounts for ...

    Authors: Christof Kaufmann, Michael Günther, Daniel Klagges, Michael Knorrenschild, Matthias Richwin, Sebastian Schöps and E JanW ter Maten

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2014 4:1

    Content type: Research

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  16. In (Augustin et al. in European J. Appl. Math. 19:149-190, 2008) we considered the Polynomial Chaos Expansion for the treatment of uncertainties in industrial applications. For many applications the method has be...

    Authors: Florian Augustin, Albert Gilg, Meinhard Paffrath, Peter Rentrop, Manuel Villegas and Utz Wever

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2013 3:2

    Content type: Research

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  17. Electromagnetic descriptor models are models which lead to differential algebraic equations (DAEs). Some of these models mostly arise from electric circuit and power networks. The most frequently used modeling...

    Authors: Nicodemus Banagaaya and Wil Schilders

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2013 3:1

    Content type: Research

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  18. Avoiding the formation of rings in rotary kilns is an issue of primary concern to the cement production industry. We developed a numerical combustion model that revealed that in our case study rings are typica...

    Authors: M Pisaroni, R Sadi and D Lahaye

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2012 2:3

    Content type: Research

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  19. This paper aims to give a general overview of industrial mathematics applied to papermaking. Modelling challenges vary from computational fluid dynamics (CFD) to finite-element analyses (FEA) when the paper we...

    Authors: Jari Hämäläinen

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2012 2:2

    Content type: Essay

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  20. Being able to predict the visual appearance of a painted steel sheet, given its topography before paint application, is of crucial importance for car makers. Accurate modeling of the industrial painting proces...

    Authors: Bruno Figliuzzi, Dominique Jeulin, Anaël Lemaître, Gabriel Fricout, Jean-Jacques Piezanowski and Paul Manneville

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2012 2:1

    Content type: Research

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  21. The use of porous ducts to deliver water to agricultural fields is an old technique which helps saving water and prevents ground erosion. Designing porous duct is not as a simple task as it looks and apparentl...

    Authors: Antonio Fasano and Angiolo Farina

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2011 1:8

    Content type: Research

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  22. Geometric computing has recently found a new field of applications, namely the various geometric problems which lie at the heart of rationalization and construction-aware design processes of freeform architect...

    Authors: Johannes Wallner and Helmut Pottmann

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2011 1:4

    Content type: Research

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  23. Reduction strategies, such as model order reduction (MOR) or reduced basis (RB) methods, in scientific computing may become crucial in applications of increasing complexity. In this paper we review the reduced...

    Authors: Alfio Quarteroni, Gianluigi Rozza and Andrea Manzoni

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2011 1:3

    Content type: Research

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  24. The optimal design of rotational production processes for glass wool manufacturing poses severe computational challenges to mathematicians, natural scientists and engineers. In this paper we focus exclusively ...

    Authors: Walter Arne, Nicole Marheineke, Johannes Schnebele and Raimund Wegener

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2011 1:2

    Content type: Research

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  25. The polishing of cut lead glass crystal is effected through the dowsing of the glass in a mixture of two separate acids, which between them etch the surface and as a result cause it to be become smooth. In ord...

    Authors: Jonathan A Ward, Andrew C Fowler and Stephen BG O’Brien

    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2011 1:1

    Content type: Research

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