Finite element multidisciplinary analysis
American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, 2000 - Mathematics - 352 pages
This new book fills a gap within the finite element literature by addressing the challenges and developments in multidisciplinary analysis, including structural mechanics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, controls engineering, and propulsion technology and their interaction as encountered in many practical problems. Numerical problems and exercises are provided. Supporting software is available.
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Finite Element Discretization of Physical Systems
Structural MechanicsBasic Theory
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aerodynamic aeroelastic aeroservoelastic analysis AIAA Aircraft algorithm approximation axis block boundary conditions calculated cantilever beam cantilever plate coefficients computed convergence coordinate system damping data parameters defined deflection deformation derived differential equations eigenvalue problem eigenvectors elastic equation of motion Example expressed Finite Element Analysis Finite Element Method fluid flutter forces formulation heat conduction heat transfer inertia matrix input integration interpolation inverse iteration ISBN iteration Journal for Numerical Lanczos Lanczos algorithm linear load loop mesh Methods in Engineering modal mode shapes multidisciplinary natural frequencies nodal displacements nodes nonlinear Numerical Methods obtained OOOOE+00 panel Perform plane Poisson's ratio procedure relationship relevant response roots shape function shell element shown in Fig solution solved spinning structures STARS state-space static Step stiffness matrix strain stress Structural Analysis Structural Mechanics surface technique temperature tetrahedron triangular element typical unsteady values vector yield Young's modulus