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Hello William,I am doing well. I hope that you are doing well too.1. What sort of error are you getting? The usual problem relates to trust. You can address this issue as described in the Troubleshooting section of -statistics.com/free-download/real-statistics-resource-pack/2.The key is that Solver needs to load before the Real Statistics add-in. Many months ago, I changed the name of the Real Statistics add-in to XRealstats.xlam to ensure that this would happen.Charles


Abstract:This is the second of a two-paper series describing a multi-scale modeling approach developed to simulate crack sensing in polymer fibrous composites by exploiting interruption of electrically conductive carbon nanotube (CNT) networks. The approach is based on the finite element (FE) method. Numerical models at three different scales, namely the micro-scale, the meso-scale and the macro-scale, have been developed using the ANSYS APDL environment. In the present paper, the meso- and macro-scale analyses are described. In the meso-scale, a two-dimensional model of the CNT/polymer matrix reinforced by carbon fibers is used to develop a crack sensing methodology from a parametric study which relates the crack position and length with the reduction of current flow. In the meso-model, the effective electrical conductivity of the CNT/polymer computed from the micro-scale is used as input. In the macro-scale, the final implementation of the crack sensing methodology is performed on a CNT/polymer/carbon fiber composite volume using as input the electrical response of the cracked CNT/polymer derived at the micro-scale and the crack sensing methodology. Analyses have been performed for cracks of two different lengths. In both cases, the numerical model predicts with good accuracy both the length and position of the crack. These results highlight the prospect of conductive CNT networks to be used as a localized structural health monitoring technique.Keywords: carbon nanotubes; polymer nanocomposites; electrical conductivity; crack sensing; multi-scale modeling


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A great introductory resource on R for spatial data is provided by James Cheshire and myself and is free to download here: _Lovelace/publication/274697165_Spatial_data_visualisation_with_R/links/55254f220cf24fc7fdeecf7c.pdf


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Perform your analyses in the Mercury interface, with a host of analytical tools from CSD-Discovery and CSD-Materials built in.(See the full range of tools available for academics in our free or paid versions, and for commercial users in different packages)


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