David G. Beale

Affiliations: 
Auburn University, Auburn, AL, United States 
Area:
Mechanical Engineering, Automotive Engineering, Computer Science
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Ma G, Branscomb DJ, Beale DG. (2012) Modeling of the tensioning system on a braiding machine carrier Mechanism and Machine Theory. 47: 46-61
Dupac M, Beale DG. (2010) Numerical analysis of surface oscillation of a levitated droplet using particle method Asme International Mechanical Engineering Congress and Exposition, Proceedings. 9: 451-459
Branscomb DJ, Beale DG, Broughton RM. (2010) Application of machine vision techniques for fault diagnostics and system examination of braid Proceedings of the Asme Design Engineering Technical Conference. 3: 383-389
Dupac M, Beale DG. (2010) Dynamic analysis of a flexible linkage mechanism with cracks and clearance Mechanism and Machine Theory. 45: 1909-1923
Dupac M, Beale DG, Overfelt RA. (2005) Three-dimensional lumped mass/lumped spring modeling and nonlinear behavior of a levitated droplet Nonlinear Dynamics. 42: 25-42
Simionescu PA, Beale DG, Dozier GV. (2004) Teeth-number synthesis of an automatic planetary transmission using evolutionary computation Proceedings of the Asme Design Engineering Technical Conference. 2: 291-298
Simionescu PA, Beale DG, Dozier GV. (2004) Constrained optimization problem solving using estimation of distribution algorithms Proceedings of the 2004 Congress On Evolutionary Computation, Cec2004. 1: 296-302
Dupac M, Marghitu DB, Beale DG. (2002) Lumped mass modelling and chaotic behavior of an elastic levitated droplet Nonlinear Dynamics. 27: 311-326
Simionescu PA, Beale DG. (2002) New concepts in graphic visualization of objective functions Proceedings of the Asme Design Engineering Technical Conference. 2: 891-897
Simionescu PA, Beale DG, Overfelt RA. (2002) Mechanism design issues of the materials processing research centrifuge of Auburn University Proceedings of the Asme Design Engineering Technical Conference. 5: 1219-1223
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