The purpose of this work is to outline the first steps taken towards the building of an automatic interpretation and hypothesis generation machine. The contents of this thesis describe the framework built to parse and manipulate the knowl- edge assemblies encoded in BEL, which enables BEL to act as a semantic inte- gration layer for heterogeneous data and knowledge sources, the development of a framework for automatic integration of relevant knowledge from structured sources, and the development of schema-free analytical techniques to generate data-driven hypothesis.
In this document a thorough analysis of flutter will be presented, applied on a wing box which has been discretized using a FEM tool, MSC. NASTRAN, to cover both the dynamic structural analysis as well as the aeroelastic solution to flutter. Once the structural part has been detailed, a discussion about the flutter speed obtained with the Nastran SOL 145 will be presented, followed by some other solutions.
Alvaro Moral Aranda, Agustín Pérez Arjona, Vincenzo Rosciano, Alvaro Sanjuán Florido and Alfonso Velencoso Gómez.
Here we discuss the path integral formalism for quantization of fields. The basic idea is reviewed and explained. This is completely based on the book ``Quantum Field Theory A Modern Introduction" by Michio Kaku. For calculation natural system of units is taken.