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  1. Thermal spray coating is a critical process in many industries, involving the application of coatings to surfaces to enhance their functionality. This paper proposes a framework for modelling and predicting cr...

    Authors: Wolfgang Rannetbauer, Simon Hubmer, Carina Hambrock and Ronny Ramlau
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2024 14:7
  2. Design patterns provide a systematic way to convey solutions to recurring modeling challenges. This paper introduces design patterns for hybrid modeling, an approach that combines modeling based on first princ...

    Authors: Maja Rudolph, Stefan Kurz and Barbara Rakitsch
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2024 14:3
  3. Volatile electrical energy prices are a challenge and an opportunity for small and medium-sized companies in energy-intensive industries. By using electrical energy storage and/or an adaptation of production p...

    Authors: Michael Stiglmayr, Svenja Uhlemeyer, Björn Uhlemeyer and Markus Zdrallek
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2024 14:2
  4. As the number one building material, concrete is of fundamental importance in civil engineering. Understanding its failure mechanisms is essential for designing sustainable buildings and infrastructure. Micro-...

    Authors: Christian Jung and Claudia Redenbach
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2023 13:10
  5. In this paper, we model mass running urban races, taking into consideration several conditioning factors. The main goal is to find ideal configurations of the start of the race, splitting it into several waves...

    Authors: Ricardo Enguiça and Nuno D. Lopes
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2023 13:8
  6. Parallel-in-time (PinT) methods were developed to accelerate time-domain solution of evolutionary problems using modern parallel computer architectures. In this paper we incorporate one of the efficient PinT a...

    Authors: Jens Hahne, Björn Polenz, Iryna Kulchytska-Ruchka, Stephanie Friedhoff, Stefan Ulbrich and Sebastian Schöps
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2023 13:6
  7. Crop protection from diseases through applications of plant protection products is crucial to secure worldwide food production. Nevertheless, sustainable management of plant diseases is an open challenge with ...

    Authors: Alessandro Benfenati, Paola Causin, Roberto Oberti and Giovanni Stefanello
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2023 13:5
  8. We consider an optimal control problem for a single-spot pulsed laser welding problem. The distribution of thermal energy is described by a quasilinear heat equation. Our emphasis is on materials which tend to...

    Authors: Roland Herzog and Dmytro Strelnikov
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2023 13:4
  9. Fast assessment of the composition of amyloid fibril samples from cryo-EM data poses a serious challenge to existing image analysis tools. We develop a method for automated segmentation of single fibrils requi...

    Authors: Matthias Weber, Matthias Neumann, Matthias Schmidt, Peter Benedikt Pfeiffer, Akanksha Bansal, Marcus Fändrich and Volker Schmidt
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2023 13:2
  10. To ensure safety in automated driving, the correct perception of the situation inside the car is as important as its environment. Thus, seat occupancy detection and classification of detected instances play an...

    Authors: Claudia Drygala, Matthias Rottmann, Hanno Gottschalk, Klaus Friedrichs and Thomas Kurbiel
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2022 12:13
  11. In this paper the industrial application of Reduced Order Multirate (ROMR) schemes is presented. This paper contains the mathematical foundations of the ROMR schemes and elaborates on the construction of these...

    Authors: Marcus W. F. M. Bannenberg, Angelo Ciccazzo and Michael Günther
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2022 12:12
  12. This work is devoted to the efficient simulation of large multi-physical networks stemming from automated modelling processes in system simulation software. The simulation of hybrid, battery and fuel cell elec...

    Authors: Michael Kolmbauer, Günter Offner, Ralf Uwe Pfau and Bernhard Pöchtrager
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2022 12:11
  13. Understanding the physical basis of corneal transparency has been a subject of interest amongst physicists, basic scientists and ophthalmologists. Impairment of corneal clarity is a significant cause of visual...

    Authors: Adérito Araújo, Sílvia Barbeiro, Rui Bernardes, Miguel Morgado and Sunčica Sakić
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2022 12:10
  14. Cloudiness or formation is a concept routinely used in industry to address deviations from homogeneity in nonwovens and papers. Measuring a cloudiness index based on image data is a common task in industrial q...

    Authors: Michael Godehardt, Ali Moghiseh, Christine Oetjen, Joachim Ohser and Katja Schladitz
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2022 12:9
  15. The integration of machine learning (Keplerian paradigm) and more general artificial intelligence technologies with physical modeling based on first principles (Newtonian paradigm) will impact scientific compu...

    Authors: Stefan Kurz, Herbert De Gersem, Armin Galetzka, Andreas Klaedtke, Melvin Liebsch, Dimitrios Loukrezis, Stephan Russenschuck and Manuel Schmidt
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2022 12:8
  16. A natural coupling of a circuit with an electromagnetic device is possible if special boundary conditions, called Electric Circuit Element (ECE), are used for the electromagnetic field formulation. This contri...

    Authors: Gabriela Ciuprina, Daniel Ioan and Ruth V. Sabariego
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2022 12:7
  17. The use of trigonometric polynomials as Lagrange multipliers in the harmonic mortar method enables an efficient and elegant treatment of relative motion in the stator-rotor coupling of electric machine simulat...

    Authors: Herbert Egger, Mané Harutyunyan, Richard Löscher, Melina Merkel and Sebastian Schöps
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2022 12:6
  18. Medical data often appear in the form of numerical matrices or sequences. We develop mathematical tools for automatic screening of such data in two medical contexts: diagnosis of systemic lupus erythematosus (...

    Authors: Ana Carpio, Alejandro Simón, Alicia Torres and Luis F. Villa
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2022 12:3
  19. In the field of model order reduction for frequency response problems, the minimal rational interpolation (MRI) method has been shown to be quite effective. However, in some cases, numerical instabilities may ...

    Authors: Davide Pradovera and Fabio Nobile
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2022 12:2
  20. Deep learning is a powerful tool, which is becoming increasingly popular in financial modeling. However, model validation requirements such as SR 11-7 pose a significant obstacle to the deployment of neural ne...

    Authors: Nikolai Nowaczyk, Jörg Kienitz, Sarp Kaya Acar and Qian Liang
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2022 12:1
  21. In topology optimization the goal is to find the ideal material distribution in a domain subject to external forces. The structure is optimal if it has the highest possible stiffness. A volume constraint ensur...

    Authors: Moritz Ebeling-Rump, Dietmar Hömberg, Robert Lasarzik and Thomas Petzold
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2021 11:19
  22. We develop a methodology for classifying defects based on their morphology and induced mechanical response. The proposed approach is fairly general and relies on morphological operators (Angulo and Meyer in 9t...

    Authors: Hugo Launay, François Willot, David Ryckelynck and Jacques Besson
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2021 11:18
  23. The finite element method is widely used in simulations of various fields. However, when considering domains whose extent differs strongly in different spatial directions a finite element simulation becomes co...

    Authors: Jonas Bundschuh, Laura A. M. D’Angelo and Herbert De Gersem
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2021 11:17
  24. To counter the volatile nature of renewable energy sources, gas networks take a vital role. But, to ensure fulfillment of contracts under these circumstances, a vast number of possible scenarios, incorporating...

    Authors: Christian Himpe, Sara Grundel and Peter Benner
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2021 11:13
  25. Parallel computations have become standard practice for simulating the complicated multi-phase flow in a petroleum reservoir. Increasingly sophisticated numerical techniques have been developed in this context...

    Authors: Andreas Thune, Xing Cai and Alf Birger Rustad
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2021 11:12
  26. Gas stirring is an important process used in secondary metallurgy. It allows to homogenize the temperature and the chemical composition of the liquid steel and to remove inclusions which can be detrimental for...

    Authors: Ulrich Wilbrandt, Najib Alia and Volker John
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2021 11:10
  27. The objective of this article is to optimize the similarity factor within immediate release (IR) and modified release (MR) of in vitro drug release profiles. The least square method is used to minimize the dif...

    Authors: Tulsi Sagar Sheth and Falguni Acharya
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2021 11:9
  28. This paper presents a model order reduction approach for large scale high dimensional parametric models arising in the analysis of financial risk. To understand the risks associated with a financial product, o...

    Authors: Andreas Binder, Onkar Jadhav and Volker Mehrmann
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2021 11:8
  29. The pandemic of Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) suggests a novel type of disease spread dynamics. We here study the case where infected agents recover and only develop immunity if ...

    Authors: Kurt Langfeld
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2021 11:5
  30. A new method to compute the target photometric variables of non-imaging optical systems is presented. The method is based on the phase space representation of each surface that forms the optical system. All surfa...

    Authors: Carmela Filosa, Jan ten Thije Boonkkamp and Wilbert IJzerman
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2021 11:4
  31. Project selection for a portfolio is a pivotal decision in the pharmaceutical industry. In this paper, we study a portfolio optimization problem for pharmaceutical companies considering the uncertainty of the ...

    Authors: Maboubeh Farid, Abraar Chaudhry, Magnus Ytterstad and Stig Johan Wiklund
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2021 11:3
  32. The current COVID-19 pandemic is affecting different countries in different ways. The assortment of reporting techniques alongside other issues, such as underreporting and budgetary constraints, makes predicti...

    Authors: Luís Tarrataca, Claudia Mazza Dias, Diego Barreto Haddad and Edilson Fernandes De Arruda
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2021 11:2
  33. This paper stresses its base contribution on a new SIR-type model including direct and fomite transmission as well as the effect of distinct household structures. The model derivation is modulated by several m...

    Authors: Karunia Putra Wijaya, Naleen Ganegoda, Yashika Jayathunga, Thomas Götz, Moritz Schäfer and Peter Heidrich
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2021 11:1
  34. Social contact mixing plays a critical role in influencing the transmission routes of infectious diseases. Moreover, quantifying social contact mixing patterns and their variations in a rapidly evolving pandem...

    Authors: Zachary McCarthy, Yanyu Xiao, Francesca Scarabel, Biao Tang, Nicola Luigi Bragazzi, Kyeongah Nah, Jane M. Heffernan, Ali Asgary, V. Kumar Murty, Nicholas H. Ogden and Jianhong Wu
    Citation: Journal of Mathematics in Industry 2020 10:28