Computer methods in composite materials VI
Computational Mechanics Publications, 1998 - Computers - 600 pages
The Computer Methods in Composite Materials conferences bring together both engineers & scientists actively interested in this fast developing field. Featuring the proceedings of the sixth meeting, this book covers topics relating to the simulation, modelling & experimentation of composite materials. Methods relating to design, optimisation & manufacturing of composite systems are also included.
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