Computational Structures Technology
B. H. V. Topping, Zdeněk Bittnar
Saxe-Coburg, 2002 - Computers - 434 pages
Lectures presented at the Sixth International Conference on Computational Structures Technology, held in Prague, Czech Republic, in September 2002, are included in this book. Contributors include K. J. Bathe, Z. Bittnar, M. A. Bradford, B. Brank, C. Cinquini, D. Gawin, J. F. Hiller, A. Ibrahimbegovic, L. Jendele, M. Jirasek, A. Kaveh, J. Korelc, W. B. Kratzig, T. Krejci, J. Kruis, C. E. Majorana, C. A. Mota Soares, C. M. Mota Soares, G. Muscolino, T. Nouri-Baranger, D. Novak, B. Patzak, F. Pesavento, Y. S. Petryna, Y. L. Pi, M. A. Ramos Loja, B. A. Schrefler, J. Sejnoha, F. Stangenberg, M. Touratier, P. Venini, H. Zhang, and A. Zingoni. Topics include fluid-structure and fluid-solid interaction, linear and nonlinear finite element techniques, materials and fracture mechanics modeling, damage mechanics, analysis and design of composites and laminates, dynamic analysis, new techniques for structural mechanics, damage assessment techniques, and optimization in structural analysis and design.
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