Computational methods for smart structures and materials
WIT Press/Computational Mechanics Publications, Aug 28, 1998 - Technology & Engineering - 290 pages
Smart Structures are those which can change their state in a controlled manner in a short period of time. Designed to appeal to the wide range of professionals involved in their design, including civil, mechanical & aerospace engineers, this book contains the proceedings of the first International Conference on Computational Methods for Smart Structures & Materials, held in September 1998.
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