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SPIRES-BOOKS: FIND KEYWORD SHELLS ENGINEERING *END*INIT* use /tmp/qspiwww.webspi1/28670.9 QRY 131.225.70.96 . find keyword "shells engineering" ( in books using www Cover
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Title:Transparent Shells - Form, Topology, Structure
Author(s): Schober
Date:2015
Publisher:Ernst & Sohn
Size:1 online resource (273 p.)
ISBN:9783433031216
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Keywords: Civil Engineering & Construction
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Title:Theory of Structures - Fundamentals, Framed Structures, Plates and Shells
Author(s): Marti
Date:2013
Publisher:Ernst & Sohn
Size:1 online resource (697 p.)
ISBN:9783433029916
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Keywords: Civil Engineering & Construction
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Title:Computation of Nonlinear Structures - Extremely Large Elements for Frames, Plates and Shells
Author(s): Ray
Date:2015
Size:1 online resource (993 p.)
ISBN:9781118996959
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Keywords: Mechanical Engineering
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Title:A Two-Step Perturbation Method in Nonlinear Analysis of Beams, Plates and Shells
Author(s): Shen
Date:2014
Publisher:Wiley
Size:1 online resource (369 p.)
ISBN:9781118649886
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Keywords: Civil Engineering & Construction
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Title:Plates and Shells for Smart Structures - Classical and Advanced Theories for Modeling and Analysis
Author(s): Carrera
Date:2011
Publisher:Wiley
Size:1 online resource (323 p.)
ISBN:9780470971208
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Keywords: Mechanical Engineering
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Title:Stress analysis of circular plates and cylindrical shells, by Floyd J. Stanek.
Author(s): Floyd James Stanek 1921-
Date:1970
Publisher:Dorrance, Philadelphia
Size:102
ISBN:0805914544
Keywords: Plates (Engineering)
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Title:Theory and practice of shell structures.
Author(s): Ladislav Fischer
Date:1968
Publisher:Ernst & Sohn, Berlin
Size:541
Keywords: Shells (Engineering)
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Title:Theory of shell structures
Author(s): C.R. Calladine
Date:1983
Publisher:Cambridge University Press, Cambridge [Cambridgeshire
Size:763
Contents:Preface, List of symbols, 1. Introduction, 2. Generalised Hooke's law for an element of a shell, 3. Cylindrical shells under symmetric loading, 4. Purely 'equilibrium' solutions for shells: the membrane hypothesis, 5. The geometry of curved surfaces, 6. Geometry of distortion of curved surfaces, 7. Displacements of elastic shells stressed according to the membrane hypothesis, 8. Stretching and bending in cylindrical and nearly-cylindrical shells, 9. Problems in the behaviour of cylindrical and nearly-cylindrical shells subjected to non-symmetric loading, 10. Cylindrical shell roofs, 11. Bending stresses in symmetrically-loaded shells of revolution, 12. Flexibility of axisymmetric bellows under axial loading, 13. Curved tubes and pipe-bends, 14. Buckling of shells: classical analysis, 15. Buckling of shells: non-classical analysis, 16. The Brazier effect in the buckling of bent tubes, 17. Vibration of cylindrical shells, 18. Shell structures and the theory of plasticity, Appendices, Answers to selected problems
ISBN:0521238358
Keywords: Shells (Engineering)
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Title:Structural analysis of shells
Author(s): E.H. Baker
L. Kovalevsky
Date:1981
Publisher:R.E. Krieger Pub. Co, Huntington, N.Y
Size:351
Keywords: Shells (Engineering)
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Title:Nonlinear Deformable-body Dynamics [electronic resource]
Author(s): Albert C. J Luo
Date:2010
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Size:1 online resource
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Note:Nonlinear Deformable-body Dynamics mainly consists in a mathematical treatise of approximate theories for thin deformable bodies, including cables, beams, rods, webs, membranes, plates, and shells. The intent of the book isto stimulate more research in the area of nonlinear deformable-body dynamics not only because of the unsolved theoretical puzzles it presents but also because of its wide spectrum of applications. For instance, the theories for softwebs and rod-reinforced soft structures can be app lied to biomechanics for DNA and living tissues, and the nonlinear theory of deformable bodies, based on the Kirchhoff assumptions, is a special case discussed. This book can serve as areference work for researchers and a textbook for senior and postgradu ate students in physics, mathematics, engineering and biophysics. Dr. Albert C.J. Luo is a Professor of Mechanical Engineering at Southern Illinois University,Edwardsville, IL, USA. Professor Luo is an internationally recognized scientist in the field of nonlinear dynamics in dynamical systems and deformable solids
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Contents:Introduction
Tensor Analysis
Deformation, Kinematics and Dynamics
Constitutive Laws and Damage Theory
Nonlinear Cables
Nonlinear Plates and Waves
Nonlinear Webs, Membranes and Shells
Nonlinear Beams and Rods
ISBN:9783642121364
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Series:Nonlinear Physical Science, 1867-8440 : v0
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Keywords: Differentiable dynamical systems , Materials
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Title:Astronomical Optics and Elasticity Theory [electronic resource] : Active Optics Methods
Author(s): Grard Ren Lemaitre
Date:2009
Edition:1
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:Astronomical Optics and Elasticity Theory provides a very thorough and comprehensive account of what is known in this field. After an extensive introduction to optics and elasticity, the book discusses variable curvature andmultimode deformable mirro rs, as well as, in depth, active optics, its theory and applications. Further, optical design utilizing the Schmidt concept and various types of Schmidt correctors, as well as the elasticity theory of thinplates and shells are elaborated upon. Several act ive optics methods are developed for obtaining aberration corrected diffraction gratings. Further, a weakly conical shell theory of elasticity is elaborated for the aspherization ofgrazing incidence telescope mirrors. The very didactic and fairly easy-to- read presentation of the topic will enable PhD students and young researchers to actively participate in challenging astronomical optics and instrumentationprojects
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Contents:to Optics and Elasticity
Dioptrics and Elasticity Variable Curvature Mirrors (VCMs)
Active Optics and Correction of Third
Order Aberrations
Optical Design with the Schmidt Concept Telescopes and Spectrographs
Schmidt Correctors and Diffraction Gratings Aspherized by Active Optics
Theory of Shells and Aspherization of Axisymmetric Mirrors Meniscus, Vase and Closed Forms
Active Optics with Multimode Deformable Mirrors (MDM) Vase and Meniscus Forms
Own Weight Flexure and Figure Control of Telescope Mirrors
Singlet Lenses and Elasticity Theory of Thin Plates
ISBN:9783540689058
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Series:Astronomy and Astrophysics Library, 0941-7834
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Keywords: Mechanical engineering , Microwaves
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Title:Chaos in Structural Mechanics [electronic resource]
Author(s): Jan Awrejcewicz
Vadim Anatolevich Krys'ko
Date:2008
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Size:1 online resource
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Note:This volume introduces and reviews novel theoretical approaches to modeling strongly nonlinear behaviour of either individual or interacting structural mechanical units such as beams, plates and shells or composite systemsthereof. The approach draws upon the well-established fields of bifurcation theory and chaos and emphasizes the notion of control and stability of objects and systems the evolution of which is governed by nonlinear ordinary and partialdifferential equations. Computational methods, i n particular the Bubnov-Galerkin method, are thus described in detail
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Contents:Introduction
Theory of Non
Homogeneous Shells
Static Instability of Rectangular Plates
Vibrations of Rectangular Shells
Dynamic Loss of Stability of Rectangular Shells
Stability of a Closed Cylindrical Shell Subjected to an Axially Non
Symmetrical Load
Composite Shells
Interaction of Elastic Shells and a Moving Body
Chaotic Vibrations of Sectorial Shells
Scenarios of Transition From Harmonic to Chaotic Motion
Dynamics of Cosed Flexible Cylindrical Shells
Controlling Time
Spatial Chaos of Cylindrical Shells
Chaotic Vibrations of Flexible Rectangular Shells
ISBN:9783540776765
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Keywords: Engineering , Systems theory , Engineering mathematics , Vibration
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Title:Life As a Matter of Fat [electronic resource] : The Emerging Science of Lipidomics
Author(s): Ole G Mouritsen
Date:2005
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:LIFE - as a Matter of Fat Lipidomics is the science of the fats called lipids. Lipids are as important for life as proteins, sugars, and genes. The present book gives a multi-disciplinary perspective on the physics of life and theparticular role play ed by lipids and the lipid-bilayer component of cell membranes. The book is aimed at undergraduate students and young research workers within physics, chemistry, biochemistry, molecular biology, nutrition, as wellas pharmaceutical and biomedical sciences. The emphasis is on the physical properties of lipid membranes seen as soft and molecularly structured interfaces. By combining and synthesizing insights obtained from a variety of recentstudies, an attempt is made to clarify what membrane structure is an d how it can be quantitatively described. Furthermore, it is shown how biological function mediated by membranes is controlled by lipid membrane structure andorganization on length scales ranging from the size of the individual molecule, across molecular assemblies of proteins and lipid domains in the range of nanometers, to the size of whole cells. Applications of lipids in nano-technologyand biomedicine are also described. The Emerging Science of Lipidomics We have just witnessed a scientific revolution at the end of the 20th century that took us through the genomics era with a focus on sequencing genes and mappinggene products. We are now in the middle of the proteomics era where the multitude of proteins that are encoded in the genes are identified an d their functions are unveiled. In front of us we have a new era recognizing the role oflipids. The science of lipidomics is emerging. Lipidomics involves a quantitative experimental and theoretical study of, e.g. lipid and membrane self-assembly, lipid-p rotein interactions, lipid-gene interactions, and the biophysicalproperties of lipid structure, function, and dynamics
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Contents:Prologue: Lipidomics
a Science Beyond Stamp Collection
Life From Molecules
Head and Tail
Oil and Water
Lipids Speak the Language of Curvature
A Matter of Softness
Soft Shells Shape up
Biological Membranes
Models and Fashion
Lipids in Bilayers
a Stress
Full and Busy Life
The More We are Together
Lipids in Flatland
Social Lipids
Lively Lipids Provide For Function
Proteins a Lipid Mattresses
Cholesterol on the Scene
Lipids in Charge
Being Smart
a Fishy Matter of Fat
Liquor and Drugs
As a Matter of Fat
Lipid Eaters
Powerful and
ISBN:9783540270768
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Series:The Frontiers Collection, 1612-3018
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Keywords: Food science , Polymers , Biochemistry , Soft condensed matter , Biomedical engineering , Surfaces (Physics)
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Title:Complementarity, Duality and Symmetry in Nonlinear Mechanics Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium
Author(s): David Y Gao
Date:2004
Size:1 online resource (389 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-90-481-9577-0
Contents:1 Mechanics and Materials: Research and Challenges in the Twenty-First Century -- 2 Non-Convex Duality -- 3 Duality, Complementarity, and Polarity in Nonsmooth/Nonconvex Dynamics -- 4 Tri-Duality Theory in Phase Transformations of
Ferroelectric Crystals with Random Defects -- 5 Mathematical Modeling of the Three-Dimensional Delamination Processes of Laminated Composites -- 6 Newton’s and Poisson’s Impact Law for the Non-Convex Case of Re-Entrant Corners -- 7
Duality in Kinematic Approaches of Limit and Shakedown Analysis of Structures -- 8 Bifurcation Analysis of Shallow Spherical Shells with Meridionally Nonuniform Loading -- 9 Duality for Entropy Optimization and Its Applications -- 10
Dual Variational Principles for the Free-Boundary Problem of Cavitated Bearing Lubrication -- 11 Finite Dimensional Frictional Contact Quasi-Static Rate and Evolution Problems Revisited -- 12 Minimax Theory, Duality and Applications --
13 Min-Max Duality and Shakedown Theorems in Hardening Plasticity -- 14 A Fluid Problem with Navier-Slip Boundary Conditions -- 15 An Extension of Limit Analysis Theorems to Incompressible Material with a Non-Associated Flow Rule -- 16
Periodic Soliton Resonances -- 17 Generalized Legendre-Fenchel Transformation -- 18 A Robust Variational Formulation for a Rod Subject to Inequality Constraints -- 19 Computing FEM Solutions of Plasticity Problems via Nonlinear Mixed
Variational Inequalities -- 20 Finite Element Dual Analysis in Piezoelectric Crack Estimation -- 21 Duality and Complementarity in Constrained Mechanical Systems -- 22 Mixed Energy Method for Solution of Quadratic Programming Problems
ISBN:9789048195770
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Series:Advances in Mechanics and Mathematics: 6
Keywords: Engineering , Mathematics , Partial differential equations , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Mechanics , Continuum mechanics , Buildings , Building , Construction , Engineering, Architectural , Engineering , Building Construction , Mechanics , Mathematics, general , Applications of Mathematics , Continuum Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials , Partial Differential Equations
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Title:Optimal Control of Complex Structures International Conference in Oberwolfach, June 4–10, 2000
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (289 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-0348-8148-7
Contents:Reduced Order Based Compensator Control of Thin Film Growth in a CVD Reactor -- On Modeling and Design Problems in Micro Diffractive Optics -- A Linearized Model for Boundary Layer Equations -- Numerical Solution of Optimal Control
Problems Governed by the Compressible Navier-Stokes Equations -- Intrinsic Asymptotic Model of Piezoelectric Shells -- Modeling, Simulation and Control of Laser Heat Treatments -- Numerical Analysis in Optimal Control -- Optimal
Control of the Drift Diffusion Model for Semiconductor Devices -- Fully Coupled Model of a Nonlinear Thin Plate Excited by Piezoelectric Actuators -- Topology Optimization of High Power Electronic Devices -- Effects of Thickness on
Sharp Trace Regularity for a Kirchhoff Plate with Free Boundary -- On the Solvability of Trigonometric Moment Problems Arising in the Problem of Controllability of Rotating Beams -- Domain Decomposition in Optimal Boundary Control of
Hyperbolic Equations with Boundary Damping -- Optimal Regularity of Elastic and Thermoelastic Kirchhoff Plates with Clamped Boundary Control -- The Interplay of Convection, Conduction and Phase Transition in a Shape-memory Alloy --
Semipermeable Curves and Level Sets of the Value Function in Differential Games with the Homicidal Chauffeur Dynamics -- Sensitivity Calculations for 2D-Optimization of Turbomachine Blading -- A Gauss-Newton Method for the
Identification of Nonlinear Heat Transfer Laws -- Topological Derivatives of Shape Functionals for Elasticity Systems -- Control Variational Methods for Differential Equations -- Control of Czochralski Crystal Growth -- Boundary
Control of the Burgers Equation: Optimality Conditions and Reduced-order Approach -- Flow Matching by Shape Design for the Navier-Stokes System (suppl.)
ISBN:9783034881487
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Series:ISNM International Series of Numerical Mathematics : 139
Keywords: Mathematics , Computer science , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Engineering , Mathematics , Applications of Mathematics , Computer Science, general , Engineering, general
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Title:Geometric Method for Stability of Non-Linear Elastic Thin Shells
Author(s): Jordanka Ivanova
Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (244 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-1511-1
Contents:1. Postcritical Deformations of Thin Anisotropic Shells -- 1.1. Geometric Method in the Nonlinear Theory of Thin Shells -- 1.2. Asymptotic Form of the Poscritical Deformation Energy of Elastic Anisotropic Shells -- 1.3. Postcritical
Deformations of Shallow Strongly Convex Orthotropic Shells -- 1.4. Cylindrical Orthotropic Shells under Axial Compression -- 1.5. Mechanical Interpretation of the Berger’s Hypothesis for the Global Stability of Statically Loaded
Anisotropic Shells -- 2. Postcritical Deformations of Thin Elastic Anisotropic Shells with Linear Memory -- 2.1. Introduction -- 2.2. Variational Principle A for Thin Elastic Anisotropic Shells with Linear Memory -- 2.3. Postcritical
Deformations of Thin Elastic Orthotropic Cylindrical Shells with Linear Memory under Uniform External Pressure -- 2.4. Postcritical Deformations of Thin Orthotropic Cylindrical Shells with Linear Memory. Nonlinear Effect of a Kernel
Parameter ? -- 3. Variational Principle for Global Stability of Elasto-Plastic Thin Shells -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Asymptotic Expression for the Energy of Postcritical Deformations of Elasto-Plastic Shells -- 3.3. Postcritical
Behavior of Thin Cylindrical Elasto- Plastic Shells under Axial Compression -- 4. Instability of Thin Elastic and Elasto-Plastic Orthotropic Shells under Combined Static and Dynamic Loading -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Asymptotic
Analysis of Nonlinear Partial Differential Dynamic Equations for Thin Elastic Anisotropic Shells -- 4.3 Cylindrical Orthotropic Shells under Combined Axial Compression Loading -- 4.4. Cylindrical Orthotropic Shells under Combined
Uniform External Pressure Loading -- 4.5. Cylindrical Orthotropic Shells under Static Axial Compression and Short-Duration -- Dynamic Impulse of External Pressure -- 4.6. Strictly Convex Orthotropic Shells under Combined Dynamic
Loading. Expression for the Postcritical Deformation Energy -- 4.7. Dynamic Instability of Strictly Convex Elastic Orthotropic Shells under Combined External Pressure Loading. Critical Parameters of the Process -- 4.8. Appendix to
Section 4.4 -- 4.9. Dynamic Instability of Cylindrical Elasto-Plastic Shells Subjected to Combined Axial Compression Loading -- 5. Crushing of Plastic Cylindrical Shells Sensitive to the Strain Rate under Axial Impact -- 5.1.
Introduction -- 5.2. Mathematical Modelling of the Crushing Process -- 5.3. Axisymmetric (Concertina) Crushing Mode -- 5.4. Theoretical Method -- 5.5. Characteristics Independent of the Crushing Mode -- 5.6. Comparison between
Theoretical and Experimental Data -- 6. Appendices -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Special Isometric Transformations of Cylindrical Surfaces -- 6.3. Some Information from the Theory of Surfaces -- References
ISBN:9781461515111
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Keywords: Physics , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Mechanics , Structural mechanics , Physics , Mechanics , Applications of Mathematics , Structural Mechanics
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Call number:SPRINGER-2002-9781461201113:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Integral Methods in Science and Engineering
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (264 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-0111-3
Contents:Content -- 1 Use of Elastodynamic Reciprocity Theorems for Field Calculations -- 2 Linear Solvers for the Galerkin Boundary Element Method -- 3 Reciprocity of Hopf ’s and Feautrier’s Operators in Radiation Transport Theory -- 4
Spectral Approximation of Weakly Singular Integrable Kernels Using Projections -- 5 Effect of Imperfect Interface on Thermal Inclusion with an Interior Radial Crack -- 6 An Integrodifferential Equation of Atomic Diffusion -- 7
Nonradiating Dislocations in Uniform Supersonic Motion in Anisotropic Linear Elastic Solids -- 8 On the Use of the Conjugate Gradient Method for the Numerical Solution of First-Kind Integral Equations in Two Variables -- 9 On the
Stopping Criteria for Conjugate Gradient Solutions of First-Kind Integral Equations in Two Variables -- 10 An Initial-Boundary Value Problem for Thermoelastic Plates -- 11 A Global Existence Result for Functional Differential Equations
with Causal Operators -- 12 Direct Stiffness-Modification Route to Linear Consistency Between Incompatible Finite Element Meshes -- 13 Nonlinear Dynamic Analysis of a Curved Beam Structure Using a Finite Element Method -- 14 Seminal
Ideas in Integral Methods -- 15 Mixed Boundary Value Problem with Two Displacement Boundaries for Thin Plate Bending -- 16 Use of Cross-Referencing for Solving the Parameter Choice Problem in Generalized CLS -- 17 Numerical Technique
for Solving an Ordinary Differential Equation by Picard’s Method -- 18 On a Class of Boundary Conditions Splitting Coupled Thermoelasticity Problems -- 19 Recent Mathematical Developments for Functionally Graded Linearly Elastic
Materials -- 20 Ground Vibration Dynamics During Pile Hammering -- 21 Connection Between Liquid Crystal Theory and Plate Theory -- 22 Product Integration Quadratures for the Radiative Transfer Problem with Hopf’s Kernel -- 23 A
Numerical Scheme for Determining Diffraction Coefficients in Anisotropic Materials -- 24 Effect of Imperfect Inclusion/Matrix Interaction Between a Circular Inclusion and a Radial Matrix Crack -- 25 Neutral Equations with Causal
Operators -- 26 Computation of Free-Surface Flows Under the Influence of Pressure Distribution -- 27 Solution of Eigenvalue Problems for Rectangular Plates by Differential Transformation -- 28 Free Vibrations of Structural Hyperbolic
Paraboloid Networks -- 29 Sharp Invertibility Results for Layer Potentials in 2D -- 30 An Enhanced Theory of Bending of Plates -- 31 Comparison of Zonal, Spectral Solutions for Compressible Boundary Layer and Navier—Stokes Equations --
32 Hybrid Laplace and Poisson Solvers I: Dirichlet Boundary Conditions -- 33 Estimation of Boundary Conditions from Different Experimental Data Using the LTSNMethod and Tikhonov Regularization -- 34 Analytical-Numerical Treatment of
the One-Phase Stefan Problem with Constant Applied Heat Flux -- 35 Integral Equations Arising in Boundary Value Problems at Resonance -- 36 Thermal Stress Analysis of an Elliptic Inclusion with Imperfect Interface Embedded in an
Infinite Elastic Medium -- 37 Three-Dimensional Elasticity Solutions for Anisotropic and Inhomogeneous Plates and Shells -- 38 A Circular Inclusion with Homogeneous Interface -- 39 Multiwavelets for Geometrically Complicated Domains
and Their Application to Boundary Element Methods -- 40 Mathematical Investigation of Contact Problems with Friction in Fracture Dynamics
ISBN:9781461201113
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Keywords: Mathematics , Integral equations , Differential equations , Partial differential equations , Fluid mechanics , Mathematics , Ordinary Differential Equations , Integral Equations , Partial Differential Equations , Engineering Fluid Dynamics
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Call number:SPRINGER-2000-9783540455493:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Physics of Rotating Fluids Selected Topics of the 11th International Couette-Taylor Workshop Held at Bremen, Germany, 20–23 July 1999
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Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (442 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-45549-3
Contents:Taylor-Couetteflow -- Pitchfork bifurcations in small aspect ratio Taylor-Couette flow -- Taylor-Couette system with asymmetric boundary conditions -- Bifurcation and structure of flow between counter-rotating cylinders -- Spiral
vortices and Taylor vortices in the annulus between counter-rotating cylinders -- Stability of time-periodic flows in a Taylor-Couette geometry -- Low-dimensional dynamics of axisymmetric modes in wavy Taylor vortex flow --
Spatiotemporal intermittency in Taylor-Dean and Couette-Taylor systems -- Axial effects in the Taylor—Couette problem: Spiral—Couette and Spiral—Poiseuille flows -- Stability and experimental velocity field in Taylor—Couette flow with
axial and radial flow -- Transport phenomena in magnetic fluids in cylindrical geometry -- Secondary bifurcations of stationary flows -- Taylor vortices at different geometries -- Spherical Couette flow -- Isothermal spherical Couette
flow -- Vortical structures and velocity fluctuations of spiral and wavy vortices in the spherical Couette Flow -- Spherical Couette flow with superimposed throughflow -- Three-dimensional natural convection in a narrow spherical shell
-- Magnetohydrodynamic flows in spherical shells -- Intermittency at onset of convection in a slowly rotating, self-gravitating spherical shell -- Goertler vortices and curved surfaces -- Control of secondary instability of the
crossflow and Görtler-like vortices (Success and problems) -- Rotating annulus -- Higher order dynamics of baroclinic waves -- Plane Couette flow -- Superfluid Couette flow -- Tertiary and quaternary solutions for plane Couette flow
with thermal stratification -- On the rotationally symmetric laminar flow of Newtonian fluids induced by rotating disks
ISBN:9783540455493
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Series:Lecture Notes in Physics: 549
Keywords: Physics , Continuum physics , Fluids , Acoustics , Fluid mechanics , Physics , Classical Continuum Physics , Acoustics , Fluid- and Aerodynamics , Engineering Fluid Dynamics
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Title:Optimization in Elliptic Problems with Applications to Mechanics of Deformable Bodies and Fluid Mechanics
Author(s): William G Litvinov
Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (522 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-0348-8387-0
Contents:1 Basic Definitions and Auxiliary Statements -- 1.1 Sets, functions, real numbers -- 1.2 Topological, metric, and normed spaces -- 1.3 Continuous functions and compact spaces -- 1.4 Maximum function and its properties -- 1.5 Hilbert
space -- 1.6 Functional spaces that are used in the investigation of boundary value and optimal control problems -- 1.7 Inequalities of coerciveness -- 1.8 Theorem on the continuity of solutions of functional equations -- 1.9
Differentiation in Banach spaces and the implicit function theorem -- 1.10 Differentiation of the norm in the space Wpm(?) -- 1.11 Differentiation of eigenvalues -- 1.12 The Lagrange principle in smooth extremum problems -- 1.13
G-convergence and G-closedness of linear operators -- 1.14 Diffeomorphisms and invariance of Sobolev spaces with respect to diffeomorphisms -- 2 Optimal Control by Coefficients in Elliptic Systems -- 2.1 Direct problem -- 2.2 Optimal
control problem -- 2.3 The finite-dimensional problem -- 2.4 The finite-dimensional problem (another approach) -- 2.5 Spectral problem -- 2.6 Optimization of the spectrum -- 2.7 Control under restrictions on the spectrum -- 2.8 The
basic optimal control problem -- 2.9 The combined problem -- 2.10 Optimal control problem for the case when the state of the system is characterized by a set of functions -- 2.11 The general control problem -- 2.12 Optimization by the
shape of domain and by operators -- 2.13 Optimization problems with smooth solutions of state equations -- 3 Control by the Right-hand Sides in Elliptic Problems -- 3.1 On the minimum of nonlinear functionals -- 3.2 Approximate
solution of the minimization problem -- 3.3 Control by the right-hand side in elliptic problems provided the goal functional is quadratic -- 3.4 Minimax control problems -- 3.5 Control of systems whose state is described by variational
inequalities -- 4 Direct Problems for Plates and Shells -- 4.1 Bending and free oscillations of thin plates -- 4.2 Problem of stability of a thin plate -- 4.3 Model of the three-layered plate ignoring shears in the middle layer -- 4.4
Model of the three-layered plate accounting for shears in the middle layer -- 4.5 Basic relations of the shell theory -- 4.6 Shells of revolution -- 4.7 Shallow shells -- 4.8 Problems of statics of shells -- 4.9 Free oscillations of a
shell -- 4.10 Problem of shell stability -- 4.11 Finite shear model of a shell -- 4.12 Laminated shells -- 5 Optimization of Deformable Solids -- 5.1 Settings of optimization problems for plates and shells -- 5.2 Approximate solution
of direct and optimization problems for plates and shells -- 5.3 Optimization problems for plates (control by the function of the thickness) -- 5.4 Optimization problems for shells (control by functions of midsurface and thickness) --
5.5 Control by the shape of a hole and by the function of thickness for a shallow shell -- 5.6 Control by the load for plates and shells -- 5.7 Optimization of structures of composite materials -- 5.8 Optimization of laminate composite
covers according to mechanical and radio engineering characteristics -- 5.9 Shape optimization of a two-dimensional elastic body -- 5.10 Optimization of the internal boundary of a two-dimensional elastic body -- 5.11 Optimization
problems on manifolds and shape optimization of elastic solids -- 5.12 Optimization of the residual stresses in an elastoplastic body -- 6 Optimization Problems for Steady Flows of Viscous and Nonlinear Viscous Fluids -- 6.1 Problem of
steady flow of a nonlinear viscous fluid -- 6.2 Theorem on continuity -- 6.3 Continuity with respect to the shape of the domain -- 6.4 Control of fluid flows by perforated walls and computation of the function of filtration -- 6.5 The
flow in a canal with a perforated wall placed inside -- 6.6 Optimization by the functions of surface forces and filtration -- 6.7 Problems of the optimal shape of a canal -- 6.8 A problem of the optimal shape of a hydrofoil -- 6.9
Direct and optimization problems with consideration for the inertia forces
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Keywords: Engineering , Mathematical analysis , Analysis (Mathematics) , Fluid mechanics , Engineering , Engineering Fluid Dynamics , Analysis
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Call number:SPRINGER-1999-9780387227764:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Nonlinear Theory of Shallow Shells
Author(s): I. I Vorovich
Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (390 p.)
Note:10.1007/b98970
Contents:The Main Boundary Value Problems in the Nonlinear Theory of Shallow Shells -- General Mathematical Questions -- Topological Methods Applied to Solvability of the Main Boundary Value Problems of the Nonlinear Theory of Shallow Sells in
Displacements -- The Tolopological Method in the Problem of Solvability of the Main Boundary Value Problems in the Nonlinear Theory of Shallow Shells with an Airy Stress Function -- The Variational Approach to the Problem of
Solvability of Boundary Value Problems of Nonlinear Shallow Shell Theory -- Numerical-Analytical Methods in the Nonlinear Theory of Shallow Shells -- Direct Methods in the Nonlinear Theory of Shallow Shells -- Formulation of the
Problem of Stability. Global Uniqueness of Solutions. Stiffness of Shells. Well-Posedness Classes -- Stability in the Large of the Membrane State of a Shallow Shell. Existence of the Lower Critical Value -- A Probabilistic Approach to
the Problem of Stability of Shallow Shells
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Keywords: Engineering , Mechanics , Mechanics, Applied , Engineering , Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
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Title:Theory of Nucleus Nuclear Structure and Nuclear Interaction
Author(s): Alex Sitenko
Date:1997
Size:1 online resource (615 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-5772-8
Contents:1 Nucleons and Nuclear Forces -- 1.1 Constitution of Nuclei and Nucleon Properties -- 1.2 Nuclear Interaction between Nucleons -- 1.3 Ground State of the Deuteron -- 1.4 Scattering of Slow Neutrons by Protons -- 1.5 Scattering of Slow
Neutrons in Molecular Hydrogen -- 1.6 Proton-Proton Scattering -- 1.7 Non-Central Nuclear Forces -- 1.8 Exchange Forces -- 1.9 Isotopic Spin and Charge Independence of the Nuclear Interaction -- 1.10 Nucleon-Nucleon Scattering at High
Energies -- Problems -- References -- 2 Few-Nucleon Systems -- 2.1 Bound States and Scattering in a System of Two Particles -- 2.2 Quantum Mechanical Description of Three-Particle Systems -- 2.3 Three-Nucleon Systems -- 2.4 K-Harmonic
Method -- Problems -- References -- 3 Nuclear Matter -- 3.1 Saturation of the Nuclear Interaction -- 3.2 Fermi Gas Model of the Nucleus -- 3.3 Independent-Pair Nuclear Model -- 3.4 Hydrodynamical Model of Nucleus -- Problems --
References -- 4 Shells in Nuclei -- 4.1 Motion of a Nucleon in the Self-consistent Field of the Nucleus -- 4.2 One-Particle States -- 4.3 One-Particle Shell Model of Nuclei -- 4.4 Wave Functions of Many-Particle Shells -- 4.5
Classification of Many-Particle States -- 4.6 Motion of the Centre of Mass of the Nucleus in the Shell Model -- 4.7 Fractional Parentage Coefficients -- 4.8 Energy Spectra of Light Nuclei -- Problems -- References -- 5 Rotation and
Vibrations of Nuclei -- 5.1 Vibrations of Spherical Nuclei -- 5.2 Rotation of the Coordinate Frame -- 5.3 Rotation and Surface Vibrations of Deformed Nuclei -- 5.4 Rotation of Axially Symmetric Nuclei -- 5.5 Rotation of Non-Axial
Nuclei -- 5.6 Rotational-Vibrational Excitations of Nuclei -- 5.7 Dynamical Chaos and Collective Motion in Nuclei -- Problems -- References -- 6 The Pairing of Nucleons -- 6.1 Superfluid States of Nuclei -- 6.2 Residual Interaction and
Collective Effects in Nuclei -- Problems -- References -- 7 Quark Model of Nucleus -- 7.1 Quantum Chromodynamics and Hadron-Hadron Interaction -- 7.2 Quark-Hadron Systems -- 7.3 Quark in a Few-Nucleon Systems -- References
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Series:Fundamental Theories of Physics, An International Book Series on The Fundamental Theories of Physics: Their Clarification, Development and Application : 84
Keywords: Physics , Quantum physics , Nuclear physics , Heavy ions , Hadrons , Atoms , Nuclear engineering , Physics , Quantum Physics , Nuclear Physics, Heavy Ions, Hadrons , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Nuclear Engineering
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Title:Symmetries in Science VIII
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Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (465 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-1915-7
Contents:On Om × GIn Highest Weight Vectors -- Invariant Theory of Matrices -- Symmetries of Elementary Particles Revisited -- Perturbative SU(1,1) -- A Dual Structure for the Quantal Rotation Group, SU(2) -- Some Points in the Quantization of
Relativistic Grassmann Dependent Interaction Systems -- q-Difference Intertwining Operators for Uq(sl(4)) and q-Conformal Invariant Equations -- A Quantum Mechanical Evolution Equation for Mixed States from Symmetry and Kinematics --
Quantum Mechanical Motions over the Group Manifolds and Related Potentials -- Quantum Violation of Weak Equivalence Principal in the Brans-Dicke Theory -- Quantum Unitary and Pseudounitary Groups and Generalized Hadron Mass Relations
-- Linear Coxeter Groups -- Diffeomorphism Groups, Quasi-Invariant Measures, and Infinite Quantum Systems -- Algebraic Shells and the Interacting Boson Model of the Nucleus -- Recent Developments in the Application of Vector Coherent
States -- Algebraic Theory of the Three-Body Problem -- Quantum Effect of Nonlinear Born-Infeld Field -- Some Aspects of q-and qp-Boson Calculus -- Quarks and Partons as Two Different Manifestations of One Covariant Entity -- Spectra
and Eigenfunctions of Representation Operators for Quantum Groups and q-Oscillators -- Geometry of Automorphisms for Free Groups -- Quantum Central Limit Theorems -- Non-Euclidean Cristallography -- Different Bases of ?-Deformed
Poincare Algebra -- q-Nonlinearity, Deformations and Planck Distribution -- Hidden Symmetries, Symmetry Breaking and Emergence of Complexity -- Meyer Sets and the Finite Generation of Quasicrystals -- A Topological Study of Induced
Representations -- Hamiltonian Structure of Multicomponent KdV Equations -- Irreducible Representations of Fundamental Algebra for Quantum Mechanics on SD and Gauge Structures -- The Birth of Gauge Theory -- Algebraic Approach to the
Hypercoulomb Problem -- Confrontation of Supersymmetry in Elementary Particles and Nuclear Physics
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Keywords: Mathematics , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Physics , Mathematics , Applications of Mathematics , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Physics, general
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Title:Discrete Structural Optimization IUTAM Symposium Zakopane, Poland August 31 – September 3, 1993
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Date:1994
Size:1 online resource (249 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-85095-0
Contents:Optimal Damping of Beams and Plates by Genetic Algorithms -- Optimization by the Voting Method of Structures Formed of Planar Constitutive Parts -- Neuro-Optimizer, Its Application to Discrete Structural Optimization -- Genetic
Algorithms in Topological Design of Grillage Structures -- Optimization of a Linear Objective Function with Logical Constraints -- On Optimal Structural Segmentation Problem -- Application of Discrete Optimization Techniques to Optimal
Composite Structures -- A Random Search Approach to Multicriterion Discrete Optimization -- Optimal Arrangement of Ribs in Rib Reinforced Plates and Shells -- Application of the Expert System for Discrete Optimization of Space Truss --
Discrete Structural Optimization Based on Multipoint Explicit Approximations -- Optimization of Perturbation Parameters for Forced Vibration Stress Levels of Turbomachinery Blade Assemblies -- New Discretized Optimality Criteria
Methods – State of the Art -- Discretized Methods for Topology Optimization -- Homology Design of Flexible Structure by the Finite Element Method -- Optimization of Structure and Development of Production System -- Support Number and
Allocation for Optimum Structure -- Sensor Allocation for State and Parameter Estimation of Distributed Systems -- Optimal Location of Piezoelectric Actuators -- Optimal Discrete Design of Elastoplastic Structures -- Multicriterion
Discrete Optimization of Space Trusses with Serviceability Constraints -- Symbolic Computations Approach in Controlled Enumeration Methods Applied to Discrete Optimization -- General P-A Method in Discrete Optimization of Frames -- A
More General Optimization Problem for Uniquely Decodable Codes
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Title:Resonance Acoustic Spectroscopy
Author(s): Naum D Veksler
Date:1993
Size:1 online resource (282 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-84795-0
Contents:1 Scattering of an Obliquely Incident Plane Acoustic Wave by a Circular-Cylindrical Shell of Infinite Extent -- 1.1 Formulation of the Problem and Its Solution in Series Form -- 1.2 Numerical Results -- 2 Resonance Scattering by
Elastic Bodies of Cylindrical Shape -- 2.1 Scattering by a Solid Elastic Cylinder -- 2.2 Numerical Results for Scattering by a Solid Elastic Cylinder -- 2.3 Scattering by a Circular-Cylindrical Shell -- 2.4 Numerical Results for the
Problem of a Plane Acoustic Pressure Wave Scattered by a Circular-Cylindrical Shell -- 3 Application of the Resonance Scattering Theory to Problems of Acoustic Wave Scattering by Elastic Spheres -- 3.1 Scattering by a Solid Elastic
Sphere -- 3.2 Numerical Results for Scattering by a Solid Elastic Sphere -- 3.3 Scattering by an Elastic Spherical Shell -- 3.4 Numerical Results for Scattering by Thick-Walled Spherical Shells -- 4 Synthesis of the Backscattering Form
Function for a Solid Elastic Sphere Using the Sommerfeld-Watson Transformation -- 4.1 Approximate Formula for the Description of the Form Function -- 4.2 Features of the Rayleigh Wave -- 4.3 Synthesis of the Form Function -- 4.4
Comparison with Experiment -- 5 Resonance Isolation and Identification Method -- 5.1 The Essence of the Method -- 5.2 Results -- 5.3 Acoustic Spectrogram -- 5.4 Resonances of Guided Waves -- 6 Pulsed Resonance Identification Method --
6.1 The Essence of the Method -- 6.2 Results -- 7 Peripheral Waves in the Scattering by Elastic Cylinders and Spheres -- 7.1 Scattering from an Elastic Cylinder -- 7.2 Scattering from a Solid Elastic Sphere -- 8 Analysis of Peripheral
Waves via Backscattering by Circular-Cylindrical Shells -- 8.1 Introductory Remarks -- 8.2 Model Problem: Lamb-Type Waves in a Plane “Dry” Layer -- 8.3 Application of the Resonance Scattering Theory -- 8.4 Form Function Analysis -- 8.5
Phase Velocities -- 8.6 Asymptotic Formula for Resonance Frequenciea -- 9 Analysis and Synthesis of the Backscattered Acoustic Pressure from a Circular-Cylindrical Shell -- 9.1 Analysis of the Acoustic Pressure Scattered by the Shell
-- 9.2 Synthesis of the Approximate Formula for the Backscattering Form Function -- 9.3 Discussion -- 10 Peripheral Waves in the Scattering by Spherical Shells -- 10.1 Form Function and Isolated Modal Resonances -- 10.2 Dispersion
Curves -- 10.3 Approximation of Resonance Positions -- 10.4 Hidden Resonances -- 11 Peripheral Waves in the Scattering of a Plane Acoustic Wave Obliquely Incident on a Solid Elastic Cylinder -- 11.1 Form Function -- 11.2 Modal
Resonances -- 11.3 Dispersion Curves of the Phase Velocities -- 12 Analysis of Peripheral Waves in the Scattering of a Plane Acoustic Wave Obliquely Incident on a Circular-Cylindrical Shell -- 12.1 Form Function Analysis -- 12.2 Modal
Resonances -- 12.3 Phase Velocities of Peripheral Waves -- 12.4 Estimation of the Resonance Frequency Positions -- 13 On the Causes of Possible Errors in the Solution of Scattering Problems -- 13.1 Application of a Model Outside its
Region of Validity -- 13.2 Application of the Procedure Outside its Region of Validity -- 13.3 Boundedness of the Frequency Domain -- 13.4 Extremely Large Computation Steps -- 13.5 Series Truncation at a Small Number of Terms -- 13.6
Ordinary Precision -- 13.7 Errors in Interpretation -- 14 Estimation of the Shell Thickness from the Form Function -- 14.1 Form Function Structure in the Domain of the First Resonances of the S0 Wave -- 14.2 Estimation of the Shell
Thickness -- 14.3 Commentary -- References
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Title:Contact Loading and Local Effects in Thin-walled Plated and Shell Structures IUTAM Symposium Prague/Czechoslovakia September 4–7, 1990
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Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (307 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-02822-3
Contents:Localized buckling of elastic shells in the light of modern nonlinear dynamics -- Contact force distribution between thin-walled tubes and saddle supports -- Splitting of three-dimensional solution into local and global effects --
Plastic squeeze of circular shell due to saddle or lug -- On the contact of cylindrical shells with an elastic or rigid foundation -- Effect of local loads on the stability of shells subjected to uniform pressure distribution -- A
study of buckling in column-supported cylinders -- The support of cylindrical vessels on rigid and flexible saddles — an improved analysis -- Expert like system for cylindrical shell support -- Load carrying capacity of shells with
regard to cumulation of damages -- Effects of fibre orientations on failure modes of composite shells subjected to unilateral constraints -- Contact problem in the theory of anisotropic cylindrical shells -- Modelling and experimental
investigation of plastic resistance and local buckling of H or I steel sections submitted to concentrated or partially distributed loading -- Non-stiffened steel webs with flanges under patch loading -- Buckling analysis of
trapezoidally corrugated web under patch loading using spline finite strip method -- Behavior of webs under eccentric compressive edge loads -- Local buckling of steel bridge girder webs during launching -- Elastic and plastic states
of metallic structures under bending with allowance for local stresses -- Ultimate load behaviour of longitudinally stiffened steel webs subject to partial edge loading -- “Breathing” of longitudinally stiffened steel webs subject to
repeated partial edge loading -- Buckling of thin-walled beams under concentrated transverse loading -- Tests of buckling of panels subjected to in-plane patch loading -- Behaviour of stiffened web plates subjected to the patch load --
Parametric study on plate girders subjected to patch loading -- Load-introduction resistance of column webs in strong axis beam-to-column joints -- Behaviour of thin-walled cold-formed wide profiles under concentrated loading -- A
finite element formulation for the analysis of local effects -- Early prague tests on welded plate girder webs under partial edge loadings -- Comments on constructions of empirical formulas -- Models of thin-walled beam connections --
On stability of crushed columns under non-conservative contact loading -- Interaction of structures -- The influence of edge effects on the stress concentration around a hole in a thin spherical shell -- Local effects in thin-walled
beams subject to bending and shear -- The nonlocal theory of thermoelastic plates and surface problems -- Cylindrical shells under dynamic axial impact -- Stability of double-steel beams elements beyond the elasticity limit -- Local
buckling effects on the supports of continuous trapezoidal profiled steel sheets -- Nonstationary vibrations of rectangular plate excited by concentrated force with linearly variable frequency -- Generalized nonlinear theory of shells
and plates applicable for contact loads problems -- Influence of the weld size on the strength of rectangular hollow section joints -- Vibrations of composite plate containing circle delamination on boundary of layers
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Call number:SPRINGER-1992-9783642848339:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Finite Inelastic Deformations — Theory and Applications IUTAM Symposium Hannover, Germany 1991
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Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (556 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-84833-9
Contents:Physical Phenomena and Mathematical Modelling -- Elastic-Viscoplastic Analysis of Ductile Fracture (keynote lecture) -- On the Stability of Finite Plastic Deformations (keynote lecture) -- On Constitutive Spins at Large Inelastic
Deformations -- Comparison of Two Constitutive Models with One- and Multiaxial Experiments -- A Continuum Damage Model for the Description of High Strain Rate Deformations -- Asymptotic Analysis and Numerical Simulation of Deformation
Processing of Porous Metals -- Large Dynamic Deflections of Elastic-Plastic Structures Including Material Damage due to Void Growth -- A Methodology for Formulating Large Strain Viscoplastic Constitutive Equations with Application to
Simple Shear -- An Unified Approach to Modelling and Numerical Solution of Coupled Field Problems in Nonlinear Solid Mechanics -- On the Thermodynamics of Rate-Independent Plasticity as an Asymptotic Limit of Viscoplasticity for Slow
Processes -- Incremental Evolution of Anisotropic Hardening -- A New Constitutive Formulation for Finite Elastoplastic Deformation -- The Influence of Texture Development on the Plastic Behaviour of Polycrystals -- Elastic Invariants
for Crystal Defects: A Comparison with Classical Continuum Theory of Dislocations -- Analysis of the Influence of Non-Schmid and Thermal Effects on Adiabatic Shear Band Localization in Elastic-Plastic Single Crystals -- Physical and
Theoretical Aspects of Large Plastic Deformations Involving Shear Banding -- Shear Localization in Thermo-Elasto-Viscoplastic Plane Strain Blocks -- On Stability of Time-Independent Materials at Finite Strain -- Extension of
Anisotropic Hardening Elastic-Plastic Theory to Finite Strains based on Visco-Elastic Finite Strain Theory -- A Formulation of Anisotropic Plasticity at Large Strains -- The Intrinsic Lagrangian Metric and Stress Variables --
Constitutive Equation and Mixed Variational Principle of Hyperelasticity Using Rotationless Strain -- Numerical Analysis and Computational Aspects -- State Updates and State-Transfer Operators in Computational Plasticity (keynote
lecture) -- Recent Advances in the Numerical Analysis and Simulation of Thermoplasticity at Finite Strains (keynote lecture) -- Adaptive Finite Element Methods for Small Strain Elasto-Plasticity (keynote lecture) -- A Numerical Method
for Solution of Nonsteady Elastoviscoplastic Problems at Large Strains (keynote lecture) -- A Model for Large Deformations of Elasto-Viscoplastic Solids at Finite Strains: Computational Issues -- Finite Deformation Analysis of
Inelastic Materials with Micro-Structure -- Localization Analysis in Finite Deformation Elasto-Plasticity -- On the Treatment of Contact Constraints within Coupled Thermomechanical Analysis -- On Solving Problems of Advanced Plastic
Flow -- Modelling and Computation of Finite Viscoplastic Strains -- Finite Inelastic Deformations of Three-Dimensional Shells with Applications to Sheet Metal Forming Processes -- 3D Finite Element Analysis of Thermomechanical
Processes. Application to Forging and Casting -- A Discussion of the Mechanics of Superplastic Forming -- A Quasi-Dynamic Approach to the Analysis of Sheet Metal Forming -- Shell Finite Element for Deep Drawing Problems: Computational
Aspects and Results -- Stress Localization and Deformations of Surface Asperities in Metal Forming -- Nonlinear Boundary Element Analysis for Elasto-Plastic Problem -- Rigid-Plastic Finite Element Simulator with Adaptive Element
Control for Practical Forging Processes -- A Boundary / Interior Element Discretization Method for the Analysis of Two- and Three-Dimensional Elastic-Plastic Structures -- Experiments and Applications -- On the Application of
Plasticity Theory for Developing Metal Forming and Testing Processes (keynote lecture) -- The Thick-Walled Tube Under Internal Pressure. An Exact Solution for Plain Strain -- Optimization Techniques for Numerical Identification of
Forging Parameters -- Development of an Element for the Three Dimensional Finite Element Simulation of Sheet Metal Forming Processes -- Determination of Nonassociated Constitutive Equation for Rock Salt from Experiments -- True
Triaxial Failure Tests on Cubic Rock Salt Samples. Experimental Methods and Results -- Finite Elastic-Plastic Deformations and Shakedown Analysis of Bellows -- Termination of Process of Finite Plastic Deformations in Disks under
Combined Loadings
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Title:Mechanical Effects of Welding IUTAM Symposium, Luleå/Sweden, June 10–14, 1991
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Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (287 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-84731-8
Contents:Constitutive Modelling of Metals at High Temperatures -- Coupling Heat Transfer, Microstructure Evolution and Thermal Stress Analysis in Weld Mechanics -- Very High Homologous Temperature Constitutive Models for Semi-Solid and Solid
Metals -- Transformation Plasticity (TRIP) under a Triaxial Stress State -- Research on Welding Stresses during Phase Transformation -- Modelling Phase Transformations for the Calculation of Internal Stresses During Fast Heating and
Cooling in Steels -- The Analytical Method of Bainite Transformation Evaluation in Microalloyed Steels in the Process of Rapid Cooling -- Calculations of Temperatures, Strains and Stresses -- Thermal Problems of Welding --
Three-Dimensional Simulation of a Laser Surface Treatment through Steady State Computation in the Heat Source’s Comoving Frame -- Temperature Fields and Stress States in Welded Tubes of Rectangular Cross Section -- Residual Stresses
and Residual Deformations -- The Characteristics of the Source of Welding Residual Stress (Inherent Strain) and its Application to Measurement and Prediction -- Residual Stress Distributions after Welding as a Consequence of the
Combined Effect of Physical, Metallurgical and Mechanical Sources -- Measurements of Residual Strains and Stresses -- Measurement of Residual Stress Distributions Near the Toe of a Weld between a Bracket and a Plate Using the Crack
Compliance Method -- The Neutron Strain Scanner: Measurements in Welds -- Effects of Defects and Residual Stresses on Fracture and Fatigue -- Effect of Weld Metal Mis-match on Toughness Requirements: Some Simple Analytical
Considerations using the Engineering Treatment Model (ETM) -- Compressive Strength of Structural Members with Undermatching Weld Joints -- Effect of Mechanical Heterogeneity on the Absorbed Energy of Welded Joint -- On the Correlation
between Charpy Notch Toughness and Fracture Toughness of Base and Weld Metal -- Poster Session -- Three Dimensional Finite Element Modeling of Welded Structures -- Influence of Weldmatching on Mechanical Behaviours -- Combined Solid
and Shell Element Modelling of Welding -- Mathematical Modelling of Molten Pool in Arc Welding -- Computation of Temperature Distribution due to Welding in Piping Systems -- Effects of Residual Stresses on Creep Deformation -- Design
of Weldments in Structures Subjected to Creep -- Creep Behaviour of 304 Stainless Steel Welded Joints Composed of Two Different 308 Weld Metals -- Effects of Residual Deformations and Residual Stresses on Buckling -- The Influence of
Welding Stresses and Distortions on the Stability of Shells of Revolution -- Influences of Welding Imperfections on Stiffness of Rectangular Plate under Thrust -- Influence of Residual Stresses and Deformation on Buckling Behaviour of
Plates -- Harmonic Response of a Spot Welded Box Beam - Influence of Welding Residual Stresses and Deformations
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Title:Nonlinear Mechanics of Structures
Author(s): Michał Kleiber
Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (472p p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-0577-1
Contents:I: Theoritical Foundations -- 1 General notions and principles -- 2 Materials, loadings and constraints -- 3 Formulation of engineering theories -- 4 Extensions and specifications of the general theory -- 5 Numerical algorithms and
software concepts -- II: SELECTED APPLICATIONS -- 6 Trusses, frames, lattice-type shells -- 7 Thin plates loaded in-plane -- 8 Plate and shell problems. -- 9 Heat conduction and thermal stress problems
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Title:Fracture Mechanics Criteria and Applications
Author(s): E. E Gdoutos
Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (314 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-1956-3
Contents:1. Introductory chapter -- 1.1. Conventional failure criteria -- 1.2. Characteristic brittle failures -- 1.3. Griffith’s work -- 1.4. Fracture mechanics -- References -- 2. Linear elastic stress field in cracked bodies -- 2.1.
Introduction -- 2.2. Crack deformation modes and basic concepts -- 2.3. Eigenfunction expansion method for a semi-infinite crack -- 2.4. Westergaard method -- 2.5. Singular stress and displacement fields -- 2.6. Method of complex
potentials -- 2.7. Numerical methods -- 2.8. Experimental methods -- 2.9. Three-dimensional crack problems -- 2.10. Cracks in bending plates and shells -- References -- 3. Elastic-plastic stress field in cracked bodies -- 3.1.
Introduction -- 3.2. Approximate determination of the crack-tip plastic zone -- 3.3. Small-scale yielding solution for antiplane mode -- 3.4. Complete solution for antiplane mode -- 3.5. Irwin’s model -- 3.6. Dugdale’s model -- 3.7.
Singular solution for a work-hardening material -- 3.8. Numerical solutions -- References -- 4. Crack growth based on energy balance -- 4.1. Introduction -- 4.2. Energy balance during crack growth -- 4.3. Griffith theory -- 4.4.
Graphical representation of the energy balance equation -- 4.5. Equivalence between strain energy release rate and stress intensity factor -- 4.6. Compliance -- 4.7. Critical stress intensity factor fracture criterion -- 4.8.
Experimental determination of KIc -- 4.9. Crack stability -- 4.10. Crack growth resistance curve (R-curve) method -- 4.11. Mixed-mode crack propagation -- References -- 5. J-Integral and crack opening displacement fracture criteria --
5.1. Introduction -- 5.2. Path-independent integrals -- 5.3. J-integral -- 5.4. Relationship between the J-integral and potential energy -- 5.5. J-integral fracture criterion -- 5.6. Experimental determination of the J-integral -- 5.7.
Stable crack growth studied by the J-integral -- 5.8. Mixed-mode crack growth -- 5.9. Crack opening displacement (COD) fracture criterion -- References -- 6. Strain energy density failure criterion -- 6.1. Introduction -- 6.2. Volume
strain energy density -- 6.3. Basic hypotheses -- 6.4. Two-dimensional linear elastic crack problems -- 6.5. Uniaxial extension of an inclined crack -- 6.6. Three-dimensional linear elastic crack problems -- 6.7. Bending of cracked
plates -- 6.8. Ductile fracture -- 6.9. Failure initiation in bodies without pre-existing cracks -- 6.10. Other criteria based on energy density -- References -- 7. Dynamic fracture -- 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. Mott’s model -- 7.3.
Stress field around a rapidly propagating crack -- 7.4. Strain energy release rate -- 7.5. Transient response of cracks to impact loads -- 7.6. Standing plane waves interacting with a crack -- 7.7. Crack branching -- 7.8. Crack arrest
-- 7.9. Experimental determination of crack velocity and dynamic stress intensity factor -- References -- 8. Fatigue and environment-assisted fracture -- 8.1. Introduction -- 8.2. Fatigue crack propagation laws -- 8.3. Fatigue life
calculations -- 8.4. Variable amplitude loading -- 8.5. Mixed-mode fatigue crack propagation -- 8.6. Nonlinear fatigue analysis based on the strain energy density theory -- 8.7. Environment-assisted fracture -- References -- 9.
Engineering applications -- 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. Fracture mechanics design philosophy -- 9.3. Design example problems -- 9.4. Fiber-reinforced composites -- 9.5. Concrete -- 9.6. Crack detection methods -- References -- Author
Index
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Title:Discretization Methods in Structural Mechanics IUTAM/IACM Symposium Vienna/Austria, 5.–9.6.1989
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Date:1990
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Contents:Error Estimators and Mesh Adaptation for Thin-Walled Structures at Finite Rotations -- Treatment of Domain Integrals by Using the Dual and Multiple Reciprocity Methods -- BIE Solutions for Applied Thermoplasticity by Collocation --
State Characterization in Sampling Points and Representation of Velocity Fields by Nodal Values as a Basis for Discretization -- The Method of Consecutively Embedded Finite-Element Models -- Locally Blending Interpolation Technique in
Finite Element Mesh Refinements and Improved Stress Analysis -- Nonconforming Finite Elements Based on the Free Formulation -- Assumed Strain Elements with Optimal Interpolation -- Linear and Nonlinear Transient Problems of
Thermomechanics by BEM -- Dynamic Interaction Analysis in Wave Propagation Problems by a Time-Dependent Boundary Element Method -- Co-Rotational Beam Elements for Two- and Three-Dimensional Non-Linear Analysis -- A High-Precision
Adaptive Procedure for Solving Kirchhoff Plates -- Natural Finite Differences in Shell Modelling for Impact Analysis -- Discretization and Solution Techniques for Liquid Filled Shells of Revolution under Dynamic Loading -- Novel
Computational Strategies for Solution of Large-Scale Structural Problems -- Consistent Formulation of Shear Constrained Reissner-Mindlin Plate Elements -- A Nonlinear Shell Theory with Through-The-Thickness Stretch -- On Symmetrization
in Boundary Element Elastic and Elastic-Plastic Analysis -- A Variational Formulation of the BEM for Elastic-Plastic Analysis -- Discretized Strategies for the Investigation of Instability Problems in Structural Mechanics -- On Static
and Dynamic Instability Analysis of Thin- Walled Structures -- Probabilistic Finite Element Analysis of Unsymmetrical Buckling of Thin Shallow Spherical Shells -- A Combined Analytical and Finite Element Method for Non-Collinear Crack
Growth in Brittle Solids -- Numerical Simulation of Crack Propagation in Shells -- Discretization Considerations with Hypersingular Integral Formulas for Crack Problems -- FRANSYS: A Software System for the Simulation of Crack
Propagation in Three Dimensions -- Design Sensitivity Coefficients for Linear Elasticity Problems by the Derivative Boundary Element Method -- The Panel Clustering Method for BEM -- Exact Finite Elements for the Linear Buckling
Analysis of Unidimensional Structural Problems -- Coupled Numeric-Symbolic Computations in Structural Mechanics -- The Implementation of Finite Element Computations in Transputer Based Systems -- A BEM-Formulation of Nonlinear Plate
Vibrations -- A Unified Approach to the FE and Generalized Variational FD Methods in Nonlinear Mechanics, Concepts and Numerical Approach -- Stress Analysis of Laminated Composites by Hybrid Finite Elements -- Liquid Loaded Membranes
under Large Deformations -- Stabilizing and Destabilizing Effects of Small Damping for Structures with Finite Number of Degrees of Freedom -- Treatment of Micro-Mechanical Phenomena by Finite Elements -- On the Coupling of Finite
Elements and Boundary Elements -- Three-dimensional Coupling of FEM and DEM in Elasticity -- Coupling of FE- and BE-Discretizations for 3D-Stress Analysis of Tunnels in Layered Anisotropic Rock
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Title:Electrodynamics of Continua I Foundations and Solid Media
Author(s): A. C Eringen
Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (436 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-3226-1
Contents:(Volume I) -- 1 Kinematics of Material Continua -- 1.1. Scope of the Chapter -- 1.2. Mass and Charge -- 1.3. Motion and Deformation -- 1.4. Strain Measures -- 1.5. Polar Decomposition -- 1.6. Infinitesimal Strains -- 1.7. Volume and
Area Changes -- 1.8. Compatibility Conditions -- 1.9. Deformation Rates -- 1.10. Rigid Body Motion -- 1.11. Objectivity -- 1.12. Objective Time Rates of Tensor Fields -- 1.13. Kinematics of Line, Surface, and Volume Integrals -- 2
Microscopic Electromagnetic Theory -- 2.1. Scope of the Chapter -- 2.2. Electric Charge -- 2.3. Electric Moments -- 2.4. Current, Magnetic Moments -- 2.5. Microscopic Electromagnetic Fields -- 2.6. Electromagnetic Force on a Point
Particle -- 2.7. Microscopic Maxwell’s Equations -- 2.8. Electromagnetic Force on Composite Particles -- 2.9. Couple Acting on a Composite Particle -- 2.10. Power of Electromagnetic Forces -- 3 Macroscopic Electromagnetic Theory --
3.1. Scope of the Chapter -- 3.2. Statistical Averages -- 3.3. Maxwell’s Equations -- 3.4. Galilean Invariance of Maxwell’s Equations -- 3.5. Macroscopic Densities of Mass, Force, Couple, and Power -- 3.6. Electromagnetic Stress
Tensor, Momentum, and Poynting Vector -- 3.7. Electromagnetic Force, Couple, and Power at a Discontinuity Surface -- 3.8. Balance Laws of Continuum Physics -- 3.9. Balance Laws of Electrodynamics -- 3.10. Thermomechanical Balance Laws
-- 3.11. Clausius-Duhem Inequality -- 3.12. Invariance Requirements for Balance Laws -- 3.13. Principle of Virtual Power -- 3.14. Résumé of Balance Laws -- 4 Elementary Properties of Electromagnetic Continua -- 4.1. Scope of the
Chapter -- 4.2. Dielectric Materials -- 4.3. Physical Theory of Dielectrics -- 4.4. Magnetic Materials -- 4.5. Different Types of Magnetism -- 4.6. Electric Conduction -- 4.7. Interaction Between Light and Electromagnetic Continua -- 5
Constitutive Equations -- 5.1. Scope of the Chapter -- 5.2. Résumé of Balance Laws -- 5.3. Raison d’Être -- 5.4. Axioms of Constitutive Theory -- 5.5. Integrity Basis Under Crystallographic Point Groups -- 5.6. Integrity Basis Under
Magnetic Point Groups -- 5.7. Integrity Basis of Vectors and Tensors for Isotropic Materials -- 5.8. Constitutive Equations of Electromagnetic Elastic Solids -- 5.9. Isotropic Electromagnetic Elastic Solids -- 5.10. Anisotropic
Electromagnetic Elastic Solids -- 5.11. Linear Constitutive Equations -- 5.12. Electromagnetic Fluids -- 5.13. Résumé of Constitutive Equations -- 6 Rigid Dielectrics -- 6.1. Scope of the Chapter -- 6.2. Fundamental Equations -- 6.3.
Potential Theory -- 6.4. Charged Cylinder -- 6.5. Potential in Half-Plane -- 6.6. Charged Disk -- 6.7. Plane Electromagnetic Waves in Isotropic Bodies -- 6.8. Spherical Waves -- 6.9. Nonlinear Theory of Rigid Dielectrics -- 6.10.
One-Dimensional Problem -- 6.11. Two-Dimensional Nonlinear Problem -- 6.12. Solutions of Two-Dimensional Problems for Special Dielectrics -- 6.13. Nonlinear Electromagnetic Waves -- 6.14. Electromagnetic Shock Waves in Rigid Stationary
Dielectrics -- 6.15. Moving Rigid Dielectrics -- 6.16. Nonlinear Optics -- 6.17. Solitary Waves -- 7 Elastic Dielectrics -- 7.1. Scope of the Chapter -- 7.2. Résumé of Basic Equations. -- 7.3. Uniqueness Theorem -- 7.4. Piezoelectric
Moduli -- 7.5. Piezoelectrically Excited Thickness Vibrations of Plates -- 7.6. Extensional Vibrations of Piezoelectric Rods -- 7.7. Surface Waves -- 7.8. Radially Symmetric Vibrations -- 7.9. Spherically Symmetric Vibrations of Thin
Ceramic Shells -- 7.10. Piezoelectrically Generated Electric Field -- 7.11. Elastic Dielectrics Subject to Finite Deformations and Fields -- 7.12. Cylindrically Symmetric Deformation of a Tube Subject to a Radial Field -- 7.13.
Axisymmetric Oscillations of a Tube -- 7.14. Small Deformations and Fields Superimposed on Large Static Deformations and Fields -- 7.15. Photoelastic Effect -- 7.16. Electro-Optical Effect -- 7.17. Magneto-Optical Effects -- 7.18.
Elastic Ionic Crystals, Ferroelectrics, and Other Polarizable Solids -- 8 Magnetoelasticity -- 8.1. Scope of the Chapter -- 8.2. Résumé of Basic Equations -- 8.3. Static Magnetoelastic Fields -- 8.4. Uniformly Magnetized Sphere in
Nonpermeable Medium -- 8.5. Two-Dimensional Magnetoelasticity -- 8.6. Stress Concentration at a Circular Hole -- 8.7. Radial Motions of a Cylinder Under an Axial Magnetic Field -- 8.8. Propagation of Plane Waves -- 8.9. Waves Induced
by a Thermal Shock -- 8.10. Homogeneous Strain in a Magnet -- 8.11. Simple Shear -- 8.12. Torsion of a Cylindrical Magnet -- 8.13. Electric Conduction in a Twisted Cylinder -- 8.14. Theory of Magnetoelastic Plates -- 8.15. Plate under
Transverse Magnetic Field -- 8.16. Magnetoelastic Buckling of a Circular Plate -- 8.17. Other Works: Dynamic Buckling and Nonlinear Waves -- Appendices -- A. Crystallographic Point Groups -- B. Crystallographic Magnetic Groups -- C.
Integrity Bases of Crystallographic Groups -- D. Some Theorems on Symmetric Polynomial Functions -- E. Representations of Isotropic, Scalar, Vector, and Tensor Functions -- F. Maxwell’s Equations in Various Systems of Units --
References
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Title:Computerized buckling analysis of shells
Author(s): D Bushnell
Date:1989
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Note:10.1007/978-94-009-5063-4
Contents:1. Descriptions of types of instability and classical buckling problems -- 2. Nonlinear collapse -- 3. Bifurcation buckling in which nonuniformity or nonlinearity of the prebuckling state is important -- 4. Effect of boundary
conditions and eccentric loading -- 5. Instability of shells of revolution subjected to combined loads and nonsymmetric loads -- 6. Buckling of ring-stiffened shells of revolution -- 7. Buckling of prismatic shells and panels -- 8.
Imperfection sensitivity -- 9. Buckling of hybrid bodies of revolution -- References -- Author index
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Title:The Behavior of Thin Walled Structures: Beams, Plates, and Shells
Author(s): Jack R Vinson
Date:1989
Size:1 online resource (182 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-2774-2
Contents:1. Equations of Linear Elasticity in Cartesian Coordinates -- 1.1 Stresses -- 1.2 Displacements -- 1.3 Strains -- 1.4 Isotropy and Its Elastic Constants -- 1.5 Equilibrium Equations -- 1.6 Stress-Strain Relations -- 1.7 Linear
Strain-Displacement Relations -- 1.8 Compatibility Equations -- 1.9 Summary -- 1.10 References -- 1.11 Problems -- 2. Derivation of the Governing Equations for Beams and Rectangular Plates -- 2.1 Assumptions of Plate Theory -- 2.2
Derivation of the Equilibrium Equations for a Plate -- 2.3 Derivation of Plate Moment-Curvature Relations and Integrated Stress Resultant- Displacement Relations -- 2.4 Derivation of the Governing Equations for a Plate -- 2.5 Boundary
Conditions -- 2.6 Stress Distribution within a Plate -- 2.7 References -- 2.8 Problems -- 3. Beams and Rods -- 3.1 General Remarks -- 3.2 Development of the Governing Equations -- 3.3 Solutions for the Beam Equation -- 3.4 Stresses in
Beams — Rods — Columns -- 3.5 Example: Clamped-Clamped Beam with a Constant Lateral Load, q(x) = -q0 -- 3.6 Example: Cantilevered Beam with a Uniform Lateral Load, q(x) = -q0 -- 3.7 Example: Simply Supported Beam with a Uniform Load
over Part of Its Length -- 3.8 Beam with an Abrupt Change in Stiffness -- 3.9 Beam Subjected to Concentrated Loads -- 3.10 Solutions by Green’s Functions -- 3.11 Tapered Beam Solution Using Galerkin’s Method -- 3.12 Problems -- 4.
Solutions to Problems of Rectangular Plates -- 4.1 Some General Solutions to the Biharmonic Equation -- 4.2 Double Series Solution (Navier Solution) -- 4.3 Single Series Solution (Method of M. Levy) -- 4.4 Example of Plate with Edges
Supported by Beams -- 4.5 Summary -- 4.6 References -- 4.7 Problems -- 5. Thermal Stresses in Plates -- 5.1 General Considerations -- 5.2 Derivation of the Governing Equations for a Thermoelastic Plate -- 5.3 Boundary Conditions -- 5.4
General Treatment of Plate Nonhomogeneous Boundary Conditions -- 5.5 Thermoelastic Effects on Beams -- 5.6 Self-Equilibration of Thermal Stresses -- 5.7 References -- 5.8 Problems -- 6. Circular Plates -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2
Derivation of the Governing Equations -- 6.3 Axially Symmetric Circular Plates -- 6.4 Solutions for Axially Symmetric Circular Plates -- 6.5 Circular Plate, Simply Supported at the Outer Edge, Subjected to a Uniform Lateral Loading, p0
-- 6.6 Circular Plate, Clamped at the Outer Edge, Subjected to a Uniform Lateral Loading, p0 -- 6.7 Annular Plate, Simply Supported at the Outer Edge, Subjected to a Stress Couple, M, at the Inner Boundary -- 6.8 Annular Plate, Simply
Supported at the Outer Edge, Subjected to a Shear Resultant, Q0, at the Inner Boundary -- 6.9 General Remarks -- 6.10 Problems -- 7. Buckling of Columns and Plates -- 7.1 Derivation of the Plate Governing Equations for Buckling -- 7.2
Buckling of Columns Simply Supported at Each End -- 7.3 Column Buckling with Other Boundary Conditions -- 7.4 Buckling of Plates Simply Supported on All Four Edges -- 7.5 Buckling of Plates with Other Loads and Boundary Conditions --
7.6 References -- 7.7 Problems -- 8. The Vibrations of Beams and Plates -- 8.1 Introduction -- 8.2 Natural Vibrations of Beams -- 8.3 Natural Vibrations of Plates -- 8.4 Forced Vibrations of Beams and Plates -- 8.5 References -- 8.6
Problems -- 9. Energy Methods in Beams, Columns and Plates -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Theorem of Minimum Potential Energy -- 9.3 Analysis of Beams Subjected to a Lateral Load -- 9.4 The Buckling of Columns -- 9.5 Vibration of Beams --
9.6 Minimum Potential Energy for Rectangular Plates -- 9.7 The Buckling of a Plate under Uniaxial Load, Simply Supported on Three Sides, and Free on an Unloaded Edge -- 9.8 Functions to Assume in the Use of Minimum Potential Energy for
Solving Beam, Column, and Plate Problems -- 9.9 Problems -- 10. Cylindrical Shells -- 10.1 Cylindrical Shells under General Loads -- 10.2 Circular Cylindrical Shells under Axially Symmetric Loads -- 10.3 Edge Load Solutions -- 10.4 A
General Solution for Cylindrical Shells under Axially Symmetric Loads -- 10.5 Sample Solutions -- 10.6 Circular Cylindrical Shells under Asymmetric Loads -- 10.7 Shallow Shell Theory (Donnell’s Equations) -- 10.8 Inextensional Shell
Theory -- 10.9 Membrane Shell Theory -- 10.10 Examples of Membrane Theory -- 10.11 References -- 10.12 Problems -- 11. Elastic Stability of Shells -- 11.1 Buckling of Isotropic Circular Cylindrical Shells under Axially Symmetric Axial
Loads -- 11.2 Buckling of Isotropic Circular Cylindrical Shells under Axially Symmetric Axial Loads and an Internal Pressure -- 11.3 Buckling of Isotropic Circular Cylindrical Shells under Bending -- 11.4 Buckling of Isotropic Circular
Cylindrical Shells under Lateral Pressures -- 11.5 Buckling of Isotropic Circular Cylindrical Shells in Torsion -- 11.6 Buckling of Isotropic Circular Cylindrical Shells under Combined Axial Loads and Bending Loads -- 11.7 Buckling of
Isotropic Circular Cylindrical Shells under Combined Axial Load and Torsion -- 11.8 Buckling of Isotropic Circular Cylindrical Shells under Combined Bending and Torsion -- 11.9 Buckling of Isotropic Circular Cylindrical Shells under
Combined Bending and Transverse Shear -- 11.10 Buckling of Isotropic Circular Cylindrical Shells under Combined Axial Compression, Bending and Torsion -- 11.11 Buckling of Isotropic Spherical Shells under External Pressure -- 11.12
Buckling of Anisotropic and Sandwich Cylindrical Shells -- 11.13 References -- 11.14 Problems -- 12. The Vibration of Cylindrical Shells -- 12.1 Governing Differential Equations for Natural Vibrations -- 12.2 Hamilton’s Principle for
Determining the Natural Vibrations of Cylindrical Shells -- 12.3 Reference -- Appendix 1. Properties of Useful Engineering Materials -- Appendix 2. Answers to Selected Problems
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Title:Advanced Boundary Element Methods Proceedings of the IUTAM Symposium, San Antonio, Texas, April 13–16, 1987
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Date:1988
Size:1 online resource (489 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-83003-7
Contents:Stress Intensity Factors for an Embedded Crack Near a Cylindrical Cavity -- Hybrid Formulation for the Green Function in Stratified Media: Application to Wave Scattering Against Lateral Heterogeneities -- Application of Advanced
Boundary Element and Coupled Methods in Geomechanics -- Boundary Element Methods for Two Dimensional Bimaterial Fracture Problems -- Regular B. I. E. for Three-Dimensional Cracks in Elastodynamics -- Coupling Finite Elements and
Boundary Elements in Eddy-Current Computations -- The Solution of Parabolic Problems Using the Dual Reciprocity Boundary Element -- Boundary Element Method for Deterministic and Stochastic Shape Design Sensitivity Analysis -- New
Developments in the Boundary Element Method for Plane and Axisymmetric Elasticity -- Simulation of Rolling Processes by the Boundary Element Method -- Boundary Element Method Applied to 3D Optimum Design -- Boundary Element Method for
Visco-Poroelasticity Applied to Soil Consolidation -- Coupling of Finite Elements and Boundary Elements for Transmission Problems of Elastic Waves in R3 -- Seismic Response of Foundations on Zoned Soils -- The Treatment of
Singularities and the Application of the Overhauser C(1) Continuous Quadrilateral Boundary Element to Three Dimensional Elastostatics -- A Numerical Study for Convergence of a Classic 3D Problem Solved by BEM -- Condition of a Boundary
Integral Equation for the Elasticity Problem, and Round-off Errors in Its Numerical Solution -- Development and Application of Panel Methods -- Free and Forced Vibrations of Polygonal Mindlin-Plates by an Advanced BEM -- Geometrically
Nonlinear Analysis of Elastic Plates by the Boundary Element Method -- BIE Calculations for Harmonic Waves in a Solid with Periodically Distributed Inhomogeneities -- Single Integral Equations for Scattering by a Penetrable Obstacle --
A Polar Coordinate Integration Scheme with a Hierarchical Correction Procedure to Improve Numerical Accuracy -- Design Problem Relating to a Profile or a Cascade of Profiles and Construction of Orthogonal Networks Using the Riemann
Surfaces for the Multiform Singularities -- Cubic Interpolation and Special Elements in Two-Dimensional Potential Problems Using the Boundary Element Method -- On the Symmetricability of Coupling Matrices for BEM-FEM Discretizations of
Solids -- A Boundary Element Algorithm for Nonlinear Transient Elastic Wave Interaction with Frictional Interfaces -- Industrial Application of the BEM Using DBETSY -- BEM for Wave Equation with Boundary in Arbitrary Motion and
Applications to Compressible Potential Aerodynamics of Airplanes and Helicopters -- An Improved Boundary Integral Equation Method for Crack Problems -- Steep Unsteady Water Waves and Boundary Integral Methods -- Boundary Integral
Equation Method for Unsteady Viscous and Inviscid Flows -- An Integral Equation Analysis of Inelastic Shells -- A Consistent Formulation of the BEM within Elastoplasticity -- A Boundary Element Analysis of Natural Convection in Fluids
and Porous Media -- A Geometric Preprocessor for an h-Refinement Technique for the Boundary Element Method -- A Special Boundary-Integral Formulation to Simulate a Manufacturing Process -- The Finite and Boundary Element Methods: One
View of Their Foundations -- Boundary Integral Equation Formulations for Free Surface Flow Problems in Two and Three Dimensionas -- Boundary Integral Equation Method of Higher Computational Accuracy -- A Combined Boundary and Finite
Element Implementation for Axisymmetric Thermoelasticity -- Non-linear Material Interfaces: A Boundary Element approach -- Coupling Boundary Integral and Finite Element Formulations for Nonlinear Halfspace Problems -- Boundary Force
Method Analyses of Notched Plates with Cracks -- Transient Solutions of a Three-Dimensional Convective Diffusion Equation Using Mixed Boundary Elements -- Simulation of Unsteady Free Surfaces Flow Problems by the Direct Boundary
Element Method -- Integral Equation Method for Analysis of Newtonian and Non-Newtonian Flows -- Improving the Solution of the Boundary Element Method by Changing the Conditioning of the Matrix in Algebraic Equations -- The
Boundary-Integral-Equation Method for Computing the Three-Dimensional Flow of Groundwater -- Overhauser Boundary Elements in Potential Theory and Linear Elastostatics -- Hermitian Cubic Boundary Elements for the Analysis of Cracks of
Arbitrary Geometry -- Mathematical Properties and Asymptotic Error Estimates for Elliptic Boundary Element Methods
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Title:Studies in Nonlinear Aeroelasticity
Author(s): Earl H Dowell
Date:1988
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Contents:0 Nonlinear Aeroelasticity: An Overview -- Summary -- 0.1 Introduction -- 0.2 Categorization of Generic Nonlinear Effects -- 0.3 The Earlier Literature -- References -- I Some Background from Continuum Mechanics -- 1.1 Methods of
Describing Motion and Fluid-Structure Interaction -- 1.2 Fundamental Relations of the Nonlinear Theory of Thin Elastic Shells -- 1.3 Fundamental Equations of Hydromechanics -- 1.4 Conditions on the Surfaces of Large Discontinuities --
References -- II General Formulation and Classification of Interaction Problems of a Shell with a Fluid Flow -- 2.1 Kinematic and Dynamic Conditions at a Contact Surface -- 2.2 Reduction of Contact Conditions to the Original Surface --
2.3 Classification of Aeroelasticity Problems -- 2.4 Interaction for Large Bending of the Shell -- 2.5 Interaction for Medium Bending of the Shell -- 2.6 Interaction for Small Bending of the Shell -- 2.7 Interaction Between a Plate and
a Viscous Fluid -- References -- III Bending of a Cylindrical Shell with a Transverse Flow Around It -- 3.1 Small Bending of a Cylindrical Shell with an Unseparated Transverse Flow Around It -- 3.2 Influence of Distinction Between
Deformed and Undeformed Surfaces in Contact Conditions -- 3.3 Dynamical Behavior of a Shell in a Flow -- 3.4 Bending of a Shallow Cylindrical Curved Plate in a Flow -- 3.5 Research Results: Comparison with Experiment -- 3.6 Large
Bending of a Cylindrical Shell in a Flow -- 3.7 Dynamical Behavior of a System: Taking into Account Initial Bending of the Shell -- 3.8 Influence of Flow Separation from the Shell Surface -- References -- IV Interaction of a Permeable
Shell with a Fluid Flow -- 4.1 Conditions on the Contact Surfaces -- 4.2 Representation of the Flow Velocity Through the Shell and the Shell Rigidity -- 4.3 Particular Cases -- 4.4 Bending of a Cylindrical Shell in an Incompressible
Liquid -- References -- V Self-Excited Nonlinear Oscillations of Elastic Bodies in a Flow: An Introduction -- Summary -- 5.1 Flutter of a Buckled Plate as an Example of Chaotic Motion of a Deterministic Autonomous System -- 5.2
Nonlinear Oscillator Models in Bluff Body Aeroelasticity -- 5.3 Flutter of Airfoils at Transonic Mach Numbers -- References -- VI Unsteady Transonic Aerodynamics and Aeroelasticity -- Abstract -- Nomenclature -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2
Linear/Nonlinear Behavior in Unsteady Transonic Aerodynamics -- 6.3 Viable Alternative Solution Procedures to Finite Difference Methods -- 6.4 Nonuniqueness, Transient Decay Times, and Mean Values for Unsteady Oscillations in Transonic
Flow -- 6.5 Effective, Efficient Computational Approaches for Determining Aeroelastic Response Using Unsteady Transonic Aerodynamic Codes -- 6.6 Nonlinear Flutter Analysis in the Frequency Domain and Comparison with Time Marching
Solutions -- 6.7 Concluding Remarks -- References -- VII Chaotic Oscillations in Mechanical Systems -- Summary -- 7.1 On the Understanding of Chaos in Duffings’ Equation Including a Comparison with Experiment -- 7.2 Self-Excited,
Chaotic Oscillations of an Autonomous System: Lorenz Equations -- References -- VIII The Effects of Compliant Walls on Transition and Turbulence -- Summary -- 8.1 A Brief, Historical Review -- 8.2 The Total Model and Various Component
Models -- 8.3 Proposed Methods for Addressing the Total Model -- 8.4 Concluding Remarks -- References -- Appendix A: Correlation Between Theory and Experiment for Aerodynamic and Flutter Characteristics of Wavy Walls -- Appendix B:
Elastic Compliant Walls for Drag Reduction using Statically and Dynamically Unstable Structures -- Appendix A Observation and Evolution of Chaos for an Autonomous System -- Summary -- Observation of Chaos -- Concluding Remarks --
References -- Appendix B An Approximate Method for Calculating the Vortex-Induced Oscillation of Bluff Bodies in Air and Water -- References -- Appendix C Unsteady Separated Flow Models -- Key Ideas -- References
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Title:The behavior of structures composed of composite materials
Author(s): J. R Vinson
Date:1987
Size:1 online resource (323 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-5187-7
Contents:1. Introduction to composite materials -- 1.1 General History -- 1.2 Composite Definition and Classification -- 1.3 Filamentary Type Composition -- 1.4 Composite Manufacture, Fabrication and Processing -- 1.5 Composite Material
Behavior -- 1.6 Applications -- 1.7 Bibliography -- 2. Anisotropic Elasticity and laminate theory -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Derivation of the Anisotropic Elastic Stiffness and compliance Matrices -- 2.3 The Physical Meaning of the
Components of the Orthotropic Elasticity Tensor -- 2.4 Thermal and Hygrothermal Considerations -- 2.5 Laminae of Composite Materials -- 2.6 Laminate Analysis -- 2.7 Problems -- 2.8 References -- 3. Plates and panels of composite
materials -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Plate Equilibrium Equations -- 3.3 The Bending of Composite Material Plates -- 3.4 Plate Boundary Conditions -- 3.5 Navier Solutions for Plates of Composite Materials -- 3.6 Navier Solution for a
Uniformly Loaded Simply Supported Plate -- 3.7 Levy Solution for Plates of Composite Materials -- 3.8 Perturbation Solutions for the Bending of a Composite Material Plate, with Mid-Plane Symmetry and no Bending-Twisting Coupling -- 3.9
Perturbation Solutions for the Bending of a Composite Material Plate with Bending-Twisting Coupling and Mid-Plane Symmetry -- 3.10 Eigenvalue Problems of Plates of Composite Materials: Natural Vibrations and Elastic Stability -- 3.11
Static and Dynamic Analysis of Plates of Composite Materials Including Transverse Shear Deformation Effects -- 3.12 Some Remarks on Composite Structures -- 3.13 Methods of Analysis for Honeycomb Core Sandwich Panels with Composite
Material Faces and Their Structural Optimization -- 3.14 Concluding Remarks -- 3.15 Problems and Exercises -- 3.16 Bibliography -- 4. Beams, columns and rods of composite materials -- 4.1 Development of a Simple Theory -- 4.2 Some
Simplified Composite Beams Solutions -- 4.3 Bending of Laminated Beams — Advanced Theory -- 4.4 Axial Loading for Simply Supported Beams -- 4.5 Eigenvalue Problems of Beams of Composite Materials: Natural Vibrations and Elastic
Stability -- 4.6 Thermoelastic Effects on Beams of Composite Materials -- 4.7 Problems -- 5. Composite material shells -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 History of Composite Material Shells -- 5.3 Analyses of Composite Materials Cylindrical
Shells Under Axially Symmetric Loads -- 5.4 A General Solution for Composite Cylindrical Shells Under Axially Symmetric Loads -- 5.5 Response of a Long Axi-Symmetric Laminated Composite Shell to an Edge Displacement -- 5.6 Buckling of
Circular Cylindrical Shells of Composite Materials Subjected to Various Loads -- 5.7 Vibration of Composite Shells -- 5.8 Problems and Exercises -- 5.9 References -- 6. Energy methods in composite material structures -- 6.1
Introduction -- 6.2 Theorem of Minimum Potential Energy -- 6.3 Beam Analysis -- 6.4 A Rectangular Composite Material Plate Subjected to Lateral and Hygrothermal Loads -- 6.5 Elastic Stability of Generally Laminated Composite Panels
Including Hygrothermal Effects -- 6.6 Theorem of Minimum Potential Energy for a Laminated Composite Cylindrical Shell -- 6.7 Viscoelastic Effects -- 6.8 Problems -- 6.9 References -- 7. Strength and failure theories -- 7.1 Introduction
-- 7.2 Failure of Monolithic Isotropic Materials -- 7.3 Anisotropic Strength and Failure Theories -- 7.4 Lamina Strength Theories -- 7.5 Laminate Strength Analysis -- 7.6 Problems -- 7.7 References -- 8. Joining of composite material
structures -- 8.1 General Remarks -- 8.2 Adhesive Bonding -- 8.3 Mechanical Fastening -- 8.4 Problems -- 8.5 References -- Appendices -- A-1 Micromechanics -- A-2 Mechanical Property Characterization -- A-3 Answers to Certain problems
-- Author Index
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Title:Dynamic Pulse Buckling Theory and Experiment
Author(s): Herbert E Lindberg
Date:1987
Size:1 online resource (404p p.)
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Contents:1. Introduction -- 1.1 Forms of Dynamic Buckling -- 1.2 Examples of Dynamic Pulse Buckling -- 2. Impact Buckling of Bars -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Elastic Buckling of Long Bars -- 2.3 Dynamic Plastic Flow Buckling of Bars -- 3.
Dynamic Pulse Buckling of Rings and Cylindrical Shells From Radial Loads -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Dynamic Plastic Flow Buckling of Rings and Long Cylindrical Shells From Uniform Radial Impulse -- 3.3 Dynamic Elastic Buckling of Rings
and Cylindrical Shells From Uniform Radial Impulse -- 3.4 Critical Radial Impulses for Elastic and Plastic Flow Buckling of Rings and Long Cylindrical Shells -- 3.5 Dynamic Pulse Buckling of Cylindrical Shells From Transient Radial
Pressure -- 4. Flow Buckling Of Cylindrical Shells From Uniform Radial Impulse -- 4.1 Plastic Flow Buckling With Hardening and Directional Moments -- 4.2 Viscoplastic Flow Buckling with Directional Moments -- 4.3 Critical Velocity for
Collapse of Cylindrical Shells Without Buckling -- 5. Dynamic Buckling of Cylindrical Shells Under Axial Impact -- 5.1 Dynamic Buckling of Cylindrical Shells Under Elastic Axial Impact -- 5.2 Axial Plastic Flow Buckling of Cylindrical
Shells -- 5.3 Forces and Energy Absorption During Axial Plastic Collapse of Tubes -- 6. Plastic Flow Buckling of Rectangular Plates -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Perturbational Flexure -- 6.3 Governing Equation -- 6.4 Uniaxial Compression
of Simply Supported Plates -- 6.5 Uniaxial Compression of Unsupported Plates -- 6.6 Comparison of Theoretical and Experimental Results -- 6.7 Slow Buckling
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Title:Mathematical Topics in Population Biology, Morphogenesis and Neurosciences Proceedings of an International Symposium held in Kyoto, November 10–15, 1985
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Date:1987
Size:1 online resource (352 p.)
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Contents:Introductory Lectures -- Chaos and fractals -- Recurrent themes in mathematical biology -- I. Mathematical Ecology and Population Biology -- The Structure of Populations and Communities -- Fantastic voyage into the deep: marine
biofluid mechanics -- On the mathematical synthesis of physiological and behavioural mechanisms and population dynamics -- A necessary and sufficient assembly rule for real ecosystems -- Markovian foraging models -- The theory of
population dynamics: back to first principles -- Dispersal -- Ecological and evolutionary aspects of dispersal -- The speeds of traveling frontal waves in heterogeneous environments -- Quantitative modeling of growth and dispersal in
population models -- The interaction between dispersal and dormancy strategies in varying and heterogeneous environments -- Segregation structures of competing species mediated by a diffusive predator -- A spatially aggregating
population model involving size-distributed dynamics -- Evolution -- Evolution of the number of sexes -- A lattice model for population biology -- Population genetical mechanism of molecular evolution — stochastic selection as an
alternative to random drift — -- Evolutionary and ecological stability of prey-predator systems with predatory switching -- II. Mathematical Theories of Pattern and Morphogenesis -- Morphogenesis and Pattern Formation -- Pattern
formation by coupled oscillations: the pigmentation patterns on the shells of molluscs -- From map systems to plant morphogenesis -- The cortical tractor: a new model for epithelial morphogenesis -- Pattern Formation in Dictyostelium
discoideum -- An equilibrium theory of cell distribution in Dictyostelium discoideum -- A model for pattern formation in Dictyostelium discoideum -- A density dependent model for prestalk/prespore pattern formation in Dictyostelium
discoideum I. Basic mathematical framework -- Origin of bursting and birhythmicity in a model for cyclic AMP oscillations in Dictyostelium cells -- III. Theoretical Neurosciences and Related Problems in Physiology -- Neurosciences --
Mathematical modelling of macroscopic brain phenomena -- A formal classification of bursting mechanisms in excitable systems -- On the topological representation of signals in self-organizing nerve fields -- The dynamics of a
glia-modulated neural network and its relation to brain functions -- Self-organization in nervous systems: some illustrations -- Physiology and Related Problems -- Toward molecular sensory physiology: mathematical models -- Outline of
some recent results on the first-passage-time problem in biological modeling -- Active rotator model for large populations of oscillatory and excitable elements -- The harnessing and stability of striated muscle
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Title:Inelastic Behaviour of Plates and Shells IUTAM Symposium, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil August 5–9, 1985
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Date:1986
Size:1 online resource (652 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-82776-1
Contents:The Effects of Thermal Loading on the Deformation of Shell Structures -- Wrinkling in Thin Plates due to In-plane Body Forces -- Derivation of the Inelastic Behaviour of Plates and Shells From the Three Dimensional Models and
Extensions -- Analysis of Large Plastic Deformations in Shell Structures -- Dynamic Behaviour of Structural Elements Liable to Buckling -- Time Deflection Behaviour of Ice Plates -- Fracture and Fatigue of Composite Plates and Shells
-- Reference Stress Concepts for the High Temperature Deformation and Rupture of Cyclically Loaded Shell Structures -- Failure of Hyperbolicity in Soft Shells -- Buckling Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Shells -- Dynamic Buckling of a
Rigid-Plastic Cylindrical Shell: A Second Order Differential Equation Subject to Four Boundary Conditions -- On Buckling and Post-buckling of Elastic and Inelastic Thin Shells in Primal and Mixed Formulations -- Limit State of Steel
Cylindrical Structures Under Earth-quake Loadings -- Buckling of Spherical Domes Made of Microconcrete and Creep Buckling of Such Domes Under Long-term Loading -- Dynamic Stability of Voscoelastic Shallow Shells -- Optimum Design of
Structures Made of Elastic- Plastic Materials -- Mathematical Models for the Analysis and Optimization of Elasto-plastic Plates and Shells Under Complete Plastic Failure -- Optimal Plastic Design of Plates, Shells and Shellgrids --
Optimization of Cylindrical Shells Under Combined Loading Against Brittle Creep Rupture -- The Collapse of Continuously Welded Stiffened Plates Subjected to Uniaxial Compression Load -- Limit Analysis and Design of Plates and Shells --
Analysis of the Finite Deflection of Visco-plastic Plates Using the Finite System Method -- On a Nonlocal Biaxial Strength Criterion for Concrete and its Application to Ultimate Load Analysis of RC Shells by the FEM -- Global Methods
for Reinforced Concrete Slabs -- On Theories of Elasto-PIastic Shells in Mixed Tensor Formulation -- Limit Analysis of Shells of Revolution using Two Finite Element Approaches -- Inelastic Behaviour of Shells under Concentrated Loads
-- Axially Loaded Metal Tubes as Impact Energy Absorbers -- The Deformation of Thin Plates Subjected to Impulsive Loading -- Collapse Behaviour of Circular Aluminium Plates -- Shakedown Analysis of Thin Tube Under Cyclic Loading Cases
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Title:Modelling of Patterns in Space and Time Proceedings of a Workshop held by the Sonderforschungsbereich 123 at Heidelberg July 4–8, 1983
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Date:1984
Size:1 online resource (410 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-45589-6
Contents:Contraction patterns in a viscous polymer system -- Formation and evolution of spatial structures in chemotactic bacterial systems -- Pattern formation in directional solidification: the nonlinear evolution of cellular melt/solid
interfaces -- Evolution of 3-D chemical waves in the BZ reaction medium -- Patterns of bifurcations in plane layers and spherical shells -- Chemotactic collapse in two dimensions -- Singular bifurcation in reaction-diffusion systems --
How chemical structure determines spatial structure in flame profiles -- An age-dependent population model with applications to microbial growth processes -- Cell traction and the generation of anatomical structure -- A hysteresis
model for bacterial growth patterns -- Chaos in simple three- and four-variable chemical systems -- Spatial structures induced by chemical reactions at interfaces: survey of some possible models and computerized pattern analysis --
Dynamic patterns in excitable media -- Head regeneration in hydra: biological studies and a model -- Pattern formation in aspect -- Chemotaxis and cell aggregation -- Turing structures, periodic and chaotic regimes in coupled cells --
Digits, segments, somites — the superposition of sequential and periodic structures -- Spatial pattern formation in thin layers of NADH-solutions -- Pattern formation in precipitation processes -- On a mechanical model for
morphogenesis: mesenchymal patterns -- Every multi-mode singularly perturbed solution recovers its stability — from a global bifurcation view point -- A mechanochemical model for plasmodial oscillations in physarum -- Genomic control
of global features in morphogenesis -- Patterns of starvation in a distributed predator-prey system -- Global branches of one dimensional stationary solutions to Chemotaxis systems and stability -- Analytical and topological methods
for reaction-diffusion equations -- Branching processes with interaction as models of cellular pattern formation -- Periodic growth phenomena in spatially organized microbial systems
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Title:Buckling of Shells Proceedings of a State-of-the-Art Colloquium, Universität Stuttgart, Germany, May 6–7, 1982
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Date:1982
Size:1 online resource (672 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-49334-8
Contents:I: Theoretical Concepts—Numerical Methods -- The Application of the Initial Post-Buckling Analysis to Shells -- Nonlinear Behavior and Elastic Stability of Shells—Theoretical Concepts—Numerical Computations—Results -- The Natural
Method: Simple and Elegant -- Different Levels of Nonlinear Shell Theory in Finite Element Stability Analysis -- Analysis of Elastic—Plastic Buckling and Imperfection-Sensitivity of Shells of Revolution -- Postbuckling Instability
Analysis of Shells Using the Mixed Method -- The Displacement Finite Element Method in Nonlinear Buckling Analysis of Shells -- II: Cylindrical Shells -- Buckling of Orthogonally Stiffened Cylindrical Shells Used in Offshore
Engineering -- The Buckling of thin Ring—Stiffened Shells -- Buckling of Wind Loaded Cylindrical Shells—Application to Unstiffened and Ringstiffened Tanks -- Buckling of Long Liquid—Filled Cylindrical Shells -- III: Conical and
Spherical Shells -- Buckling of thin Conical Shells under Axial Loads with and Without Internal Pressure -- Experimental Investigation of Buckling of Hydrostatically Loaded, Conical Shells and Practical Evaluation of the Buckling Load
-- Buckling of Complete Spherical Shells and Spherical Caps -- IV: Torispherical and Hyperboloidal Shells -- The Buckling of Fabricated Torispherical Shells under Internal Pressure -- Buckling Stresses of Shells Having Negative
Gaussian Curvature -- Buckling of Hyperbolic Paraboloid Shells -- V: Experiments—Dynamics -- The Status of Experimental Buckling Investigations of Shells -- The Imperfection Databank, A Mean to obtain Realistic Buckling Loads -- The
Stability of Liquid—Filled Cylindrical Shells under Dynamic Loading -- VI: Codes and Practice -- To the Problem of Buckling Safety of Shells in the Plastic Range -- Practical Analysis Methods for Design of Circular Cylinders with
Longitudinal Stiffeners and Subjected to Axial Compression -- The Stability of thin Concrete Shells
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Title:Creep in Structures 3rd Symposium, Leicester, UK, September 8–12, 1980
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Date:1981
Size:1 online resource (615 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-81598-0
Contents:Historical Survey of the Development of Creep Mechanics from its Beginnings in the Last Century to 1970 -- Advances in Creep Mechanics -- Mechanical Description of Viscoplastic and Damage Behaviour Under Variable Temperature in
Presence of Microstructural Instabilities -- The ?0 Approach to Creep and Fracture of Metals and Alloys -- A Critical Examination of Steady State Creep -- On Constitutive Relations and Failure Criteria of an Austenitic Steel Under
Cyclic Loading at Elevated Temperature -- The Creep of Moderately Thick Shells of Revolution Under Axisymmetrical Load -- Practical Aspects of Model Creep Work -- Review of Session I -- Some Observations on Reference Stresses, Skeletal
Points, Limit Loads and Finite Elements -- Representation of Constitutive Equations in Creep Mechanics of Isotropic and Anisotropic Materials -- The Continuous Field of Damage and its Influence on the Creep Process in Concrete Under
Tensile Loading -- Tensor Functions Approach to Creep Laws after Prestrain -- Generalised Structural Models in Creep Mechanics -- Bounding Structural Deformation due to Combined Creep and Plasticity -- On the Creep Modified Shakedown
Limit -- High Temperature Problems Associated with the Design of the Commercial Fast Reactor -- Review of Session II -- Creep Buckling - A General View of the Phenomena -- The Creep Buckling of Shells -- Design Limits for Creep
Buckling of Structural Components -- Review of Session III -- Dilatational Creep of Rock-like Solids -- Deformation Kinetics of Concrete -- Creep Fracture by Void Growth -- Creep Deformation and Rupture Under Non-Proportional Loading
-- Creep Fracture in Nimonic 80A under Triaxial Tensile Stressing -- A Continuum Theory of Creep and Creep Damage -- Mechanisms for the Growth of Intergranular Creep Cavities -- Creep Crack Propagation in Terms of Continuous Damage
Mechanics -- Review of Session IV -- Creep-Fatigue Failure in High Temperature Alloys -- The Extension of a Macroscopic Crack at Elevated Temperature by the Growth and Coalescence of Microvoids -- Crack Growth Under Conditions of Creep
and Damage -- Creep Crack Growth and Cavitation Damage -- Finite Element Analysis and Experimental Investi-gation on Creep Crack Propagation -- Creep Crack Growth -- History of Loading Effects on Creep Crack Growth in 1/2% Cr, 1/2% Mo,
1/4% V Steel…. -- Application of Non-Linear Elastic Fracture Mechanics to Aged Type 316L Stainless Steel -- Creep Recovery and Hardening Effects on the Stress Field Near a Crack Tip Under Variable Loads -- An Assessment of Techniques
of Analysis of Creep Crack-Growth Test-Record by J-Integral -- Review of Session V
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Title:Physical Non-Linearities in Structural Analysis Symposium Senlis, France May 27–30, 1980
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Date:1981
Size:1 online resource (288 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-81582-9
Contents:Préambule inaugural -- Numerical Techniques for the Finite Element Analysis of Elastic and Inelastic Material Nonlinearities -- Elastic-Plastic Fracture Mechanics of Cantilever Beam Specimen -- A Procedure for Including Damage in
Constitutive Equations for Elastic-Viscoplastic Work-Hardening Materials -- The Use of Statistical Reference Stress Techniques in Nonlinear Structural Analysis -- Analyse d’une Structure Elastoplastique Soumise à un Chargement Cyclique
-- Discussion on Problems of Models Identification -- Strain Hardening Effects and Damage in Plastic Fatigue -- The Concept and Application of the Bounding Surface in Plasticity Theory -- Deflexions of Elastic-Plastic Beams at Finite
Spread of Plastic Zones -- Axial Strain in Cyclic Torsion -- Effect of Physical Nonlinearities on Optimal Design of Structures -- A Comparison of the Plastic Buckling Behaviour of 2:1 Ellipsoidal and 2:1 Torispherical Shells Subjected
to Internal Pressure -- Shakedown of Plates under Moving Patch Loads -- Comportement Asymptotique des Structures Elastoplastiques sous Chargement Periodique -- A Constitutive Modelling of Time-Dependent Plastic Material with
Work-Hardening and Recovery Effects -- Limit Analysis of Prefabricated Large Panel Buildings by the Use of Discrete Models -- Inelastic Constitutive Equations and Phenomenological Laws of Damage Accumulation for Structural Metals --
The Yield Condition of Crystalline Solids -- Tensorial Nature of Damage Measuring Internal Variables -- On the Effect of Physical Non-Linearities in the Aeroelastic Stability Problem of Supersonic Panels -- Plasticity and Ultimate
Strength of Concrete -- An Internal Variable Approach to the Formulation of Finite Element Problems in Plasticity -- Sur la Consolidation Post-Fluage des Materiaux Metalliques Soumis à un Etirement Progressif -- The Use of an Empirical
Yield Surface Model in Predicting Shakedown Loads -- Plasticity Solutions by Finite Element Method -- About the Periodic Contact Problem for the Maxwell Body -- Dynamic Analysis of Structural Problems with Strong Physical
Non-Linearities Described by Superpotentials -- A Quadratic Approximation of a Non-Linear Structural Design Problem -- Calculation of Viscoelastic Response -- Calcul par Elements Finis de l’Evolution d’une Inclusion dans une Matrice
Deformee Uniformement -- Creep and Plastic Ratchetting in Cyclically Thermally Loaded Structures -- Une Formulation par la Methode des Elements Finis d’Analyse Dynamique Non-Lineaire Appliquee aux Systemes Tridimensionelles de Poutres
et de Tuyaux -- Prediction of Concrete Behaviour Using a Non-Linear Incremental Law -- Description of Anisotropic Damage Application to Elasticity -- Mixed Work-Hardening Law for Steels under Complex Loading Histories and its
Application to Finite Element Analysis -- Incremental Analysis of Elasto-Plastic Shells of Revolution and its Application to Practical Design -- Neutral and Shakedown-Type Domains for Axisymmetric Plates and Shells under Cycles of
Pressure and Temperature -- Accuracy of Numerical Solutions of Problems Involving Physical Non-Linearities -- Physical and Phenomenological Model with Non-Linearity in Ductile Fracture and Fatigue Crack Growth
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Title:Electron and Magnetization Densities in Molecules and Crystals
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Date:1980
Size:1 online resource (904 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-1018-1
Contents:Electron Densities and Reduced Density Matrices -- On the Calculation and Accuracy of Theoretical Electron Densities -- An Electrostatic Description of Chemical Binding -- Charge and Spin Densities in Solids -- Local Density Approach
to Bulk and Surface Charge Densities -- Calculation of One-Electron Charge, Momentum and Spin Densities : The Statistical Exchange Approximation -- to Wave Scattering by Atoms and Molecules in the Free State -- Diffraction by Real
Crystals : I. Kinematical Theory and Time Averaging -- Diffraction by Real Crystals : II. Extinction -- Exercise : Extinction and Ferroelectric Transition in RbH2PO4 -- Exercise : Extinction Treatment in Polarized Neutron Experiments
-- On Extinction (with an exercise) -- Magnetic Neutron Scattering -- Exercises : Magnetic Neutron Scattering -- Optimal Experimental Conditions for Charge Density Determination -- Exercises : Experimental Problems -- The Measurement
of Magnetic Structure Factors -- Error Analysis in Experimental Density Determination -- Analysis and Partitioning of Electronic Densities -- Multipolar Expansion of One-Electron Densities -- Partitioning of Hartree-Fock Atomic Form
Factors into Core and Valence Shells -- Restricted Radial Functions for Analysis of Molecular Form Factors -- Algorithms for Fourier Transforms of Analytical Density Functions -- Exercises on Form Factor Models -- Real vs. Reciprocal
Space Analysis of Electron Densities -- Imposing Non-Crystallographic Symmetry Constraints on Multipole Populations and Defining Local Atomic Coordinate Systems -- Interpretation of the Spin Densities in Metals and Alloys --
Interpretation of Magnetization Densities -- Thermal Smearing and Chemical Bonding -- Elastic X-Ray Scattering from Solids Containing Non-Rigid Pseudoatoms -- Vibrational Studies of X-Ray Molecular Form Factors and Intensities -- Force
Constants in Diatomic Molecules, from Charge Densities -- Compton Scattering (with exercises) -- Determination of Charge Densities and Related Quantities by use of High Energy Electron Scattering -- Exercise : Properties of Charge
Densities Obtained from Electron Scattering from Nitrogen -- Magnetic Resonance and Related Techniques -- Electronic Densities in Molecules, Chemical Bonds and Chemical Reactions -- Spin, Charge, Momentum Densities : Their
Relationships Amongst Themselves and With Other Physical Measurements -- Electron Distributions and Thermodynamics -- Exercise : Form Factors and their Application to Calculating Properties -- Chemical Interpretation of Deformation
Densities -- Exercise : Density Analysis for the Cubic Modification of C2H2 -- Applications of Electron Density Studies to Complexes of the Transition Metals -- The Chemical Interpretation of Magnetization Density Distributions --
Exercise : Relationship of Hultipole Populations to Orbital Occupancies of a Transition Metal Atom in a Tetragonally Distorted Octahedral Field -- Exercise : Calculation of the Magnetic Form Factor for the Spin Density of a 3d-shell in
a Given Environment -- Effect of Crystal Forces and Hydrogen Bonding on Charge Density
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Title:High Velocity Deformation of Solids Symposium Tokyo/Japan August 24–27, 1977
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Date:1979
Size:1 online resource (452 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-67208-8
Contents:1 (Chairmen: D. C. Drucker, K. Kawata) -- Analyses of high velocity tension of bars of finite length of bcc and fcc metals with their own constitutive equations -- Dynamic deformation of materials and structures under explosive
loadings -- 2 (Chairmen: L. E. Malvern, K. Tanaka) -- Deformation maps in the region of high dislocation velocity -- Dislocation configurations due to plate impact -- Experimental studies on the behaviour of dislocations in copper at
high rates of strain -- Dislocation concepts in the mechanics of rapid deformation of metals -- 3 (Chairmen: U. S. Lindholm, J. Shioiri) -- Some results on the dynamic deformation of copper -- Dynamic strength of Ti-alloys and
Al-alloys -- Steady state deformation and dynamic restoration processes during high strain rate and high temperature deformation in metals and alloys -- 4 (Chairmen: W. Goldsmith, T. Hayashi) -- Impact failure mechanisms in
fiber-reinforced composite plates -- Computer simulation of dislocation groups dynamics under applied constant stress and its application to yield problems of mild steel -- Computer modeling of microscopic failure processes under
dynamic loads -- Calculation of spall damage accumulation in ductile metals -- Observation of atomic behavior in crystal during shock compression by flash X-ray diffraction -- The influence of high-rate deformation on structure and
properties of materials in the presence of stress concentrators -- 5 (Chairmen: W. Johnson, T. Nakamura) -- On the behaviour of the process region at a fast running crack tip -- Crack propagation in plastics due to impact -- Loads and
crack velocities during dynamic fracture -- 6 (Chairmen: K. B. Broberg, S. Kawashima) -- Approximate calculations of spall and cratering in high speed impact -- Fracture and void development in hemi-spherical ended Perspex rods due to
stress waves from detonators -- Spallation resulting from high-velocity impacts -- Micro-dynamical effects in high speed loading of porous metals -- Wave propagation and dynamic response analysis of rate dependent materials -- 7
(Chairmen: L. W. Morland, H. Fukuoka) -- Plane wave propagation in anisotropic jointed media -- Behavior of materials under dynamic combined stresses of torsion and tension -- An analysis of elastic-plastic waves by the continuum
theory of dislocations -- Recent results in micromechanics -- On supersonic and transonic impact of solids -- Identification of dynamic properties and wave propagation in viscoelastic bars -- Results for the single ricochet of
spherical-ended projectiles off sand and clay at up to 400 m/sec -- An experimental study on the penetration of rigid projectiles into epoxy resin targets -- 8 (Chairmen: E. H. Lee, K. Kiyota) -- On the transient response of long beams
subjected to high velocity transverse impact -- High speed deformation of shells -- Shock and vibration characteristic of solid rocket vehicles -- 9 (Chairmen: M. Stelly, T. Jimma) -- Some phenomena at the interface in hypervelocity
impact of metals and its application to lamination of metal plates -- A fundamental study on head impact problem by finite element method -- High velocity impact of mild steel cylinder -- Dynamic frictional effects as measured from the
split Hopkinson pressure bar -- Activities of the research committee of shock-resistant structures for automobile -- Discussion
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Call number:SPRINGER-1976-9783642509926:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Buckling of Structures Symposium Cambridge/USA, June 17–21, 1974
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Date:1976
Size:1 online resource (398 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-50992-6
Contents:I. Opening Lecture -- Current Trends in the Theory of Buckling -- II. Buckling and Post-Buckling Calculations -- Critical Buckling Loads of some Prismatic Plate Assemblies -- On the Collapse Load of Cylindrical Shells -- Finite
Element Representations for Thin Shell Instability Analysis -- Computer Solutions for Static and Dynamic Buckling of Shells -- III. Plasticity and Creep -- Theory and Experiment in the Creep Buckling of Plates and Shells --
Nonsymmetric Creep Buckling of Cylindrical Shells under Axial Compression and External Pressure -- Creep Instability of Thick Shell Structures -- A Plastic Flow Rule at a Yield Corner -- Analytical and Numerical Study of the Effects of
Initial Imperfections on the Inelastic Buckling of a Cruciform Column -- Stability Analysis of Rigid Plastic Structures at the Yield-Point Load -- IV. Mode Interaction -- Mode Interaction with Stiffened Panels -- An Alternative
Approach to the Interaction between Local and Overall Buckling in Stiffened Panels -- An Experimental Study of Imperfection-Sensitivity in the Interactive Buckling of Stiffened Plates -- Mode Interaction in an Eccentrically Stiffened
Elastic-Plastic Panel under Compression -- V. Stochastics -- Buckling of Stochastically Imperfect Structures -- Reliability of Slender Columns: Comparison of Different Approximations -- Some Statistical Aspects of Coupled Buckling
Structures -- VI. Dynamics -- Some Remarks on Liapunov Stability of Elastic Dynamical Systems -- An Investigation of the Stability and Vibration of a Hyperbolic Shell of one Sheet under Axisymmetric Loading -- VII. Experiments -- The
Influence of Boundary Conditions on the Buckling of Stiffened Cylindrical Shells -- The Effect of Shape Imperfections and Stiffening on the Buckling of Circular Cylinders -- Calculated Postbuckling Loads as Lower Limits for the
Buckling Loads of Thin-Walled Circular Cylinders -- Prediction of Buckling Loads Based on Experimentally Measured Initial Imperfections -- Experiments on the Postbuckling Behavior of Circular Cylindrical Shells under Torsion -- VIII.
Design -- Design Philosophy in Structural Stability -- Design of a Mars Entry “Aeroshell” -- Interaction between Local Plate Buckling and Overall Buckling in Thin-Walled Compression Members—Theories and Experiments -- Buckling Design
in Ship Structures
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Call number:SPRINGER-1975-9783642808951:ONLINE Show nearby items on shelf
Title:Optimization in Structural Design Symposium Warsaw/Poland August 21–24, 1973
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Date:1975
Size:1 online resource (586 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-80895-1
Contents:Welcome Address -- Welcome Address -- Session 1. Mathematical Methods -- A Graph Problem of Structural Design -- Applications of Optimal Control Theory to Structural Optimization: Analytical and Numerical Approach -- Interactive and
Automated Design of Ship Structures -- On Variational Formulations for Structures Design Problems -- Session 2. Mathematical Methods -- Optimal Control of the Consolidation Process -- On Singularities, Local Optima, and Formation of
Stiffeners in Optimal Design of Plates -- A Variational Formulation of the Optimal Plastic Design Problem with Linear and Convex Cost Function -- Session 3. Mathematical Programming -- Game Problems in the Theory of Optimal Design --
Application of Dynamic Programming to Optimization of Structures -- Session 4. Dynamics -- Optimum Design of a Circular Shaft in Forward Precession -- Optimal Design Criteria of Dynamically Loaded Elastic Structures -- Optimal Design
for Stability under Dissi-pative, Gyroscopic, or Circulator Loads -- Session 5. Shape Optimisation -- On the Optimum Shape of a Fillet in a Flat Bar with Restrictions -- Optimal Design of Suspension Systems -- On Conservatively Loaded
Funicular Arches and their Optimal Design -- Session 6. Shells -- Optimal Design of Shells with Respect to Their Stability -- On the Optimum Shapes of Some Axisym-metric Shells -- Session 7. Panel Discussion “Experience with Optimal
Design” -- Session 8. Probabilistic Methods -- Cost-Effectiveness of Research in Design under Uncertainty -- Optimal Criteria in Probabilistic Structural Design -- Session 9. Frameworks -- Optimum Plastic Design of Unbraced Frameworks
-- Symmetric Plane Frameworks of Least Weight -- Optimum Truss Design Using Approximating Functions -- Session 10. Reinforced Structures -- Optimal Force Transmission by Flexure — The Present State of Knowledge -- Optimum Design of
Fiber Reinforced Shells of Revolution -- Optimal Design of Reinforced Concrete Chimneys -- Session 11. Shakedown Design -- On Optimum Shakedown Design -- Limit Design of Frames for Movable Loads by Linear Programming -- Optimal Design
for Cyclic Loading -- Session 12. Mathematical Methods -- Optimality in the Presence of Discreteness and Discontinuity -- On Optimization Theory in Mechanics of Solids -- A Variational Principle, the Finite Element Method, and Optimal
Structural Design for Given Deflection -- Session 13. Plastic Structures -- Effect of Shear Forces on Optimal Design of Plastic Beams and Plates -- The Minimum Weight Design of Multi-Story Building Frames Based upon the Axial
Force-Bending Moment Interaction Yield Condition -- Post-Yield Behaviour of Optimal Plastic Structures -- Session 14. Plastic Structures -- Shape Optimization of Plastic Structures by Zero-One Programming -- On Optimal Design of
Strainhardening Structures -- Session 15. Short Communications -- Some Practical Applications of Structural Optimization -- On Formulation of Optimization Problems in Structural Design -- On Introducing a Concentrated Tangential Force
into a Shell -- Optimal Design of Plates Loaded by Two Opposite Sets of Loads
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Title:Instability of Continuous Systems Symposium Herrenalb (Germany) September 8–12, 1969
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Date:1971
Size:1 online resource (422 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-65073-4
Contents:Application of Liapunov’s direct method to the stability problem of rods subject to follower forces -- Frequency domain criteria for stability of systems modeled by certain partial differential equations -- A note on imperfection
sensitivity of thin plates on a nonlinear elastic foundation -- A stability criterion for non-linear continua -- L’étude de la stabilité élastique et des efforts du IIe ordre par la méthode des charges supplémentaires -- Contributions
to hydrodynamic (in)stability by use of the lemma of Nagumo and Westphal -- Stability regions of cellular fluid flow -- The stability of gravity waves on the surface of a flow with non-uniform velocity distribution -- A non-linear
investigation of the stability of flow between counter-rotating cylinders -- On the non-linear stability of plane Couette flow -- Aeroelastic stability of plates and shells: an innocent’s guide to the literature -- Stability of
structures under stochastic disturbances -- A theory of elastic stability for perfectly elastic materials with couple-stresses -- Instability of bars with stress-dependent properties -- Trace effects in stability -- A stability study
of continuous systems under parametric excitation via Liapunov’s direct method -- Probleme nichtlinearer Operatoren bei Untersuchung der Stabilität dünner Platten und Schalen -- Some applications of Liapunov functional -- On the place
of energy methods in a global theory of hydrodynamic stability -- Interfacial instability between fluids and granular beds -- Unstable flows in two dimensions: comparison of laboratory experiments with numerical simulation -- On the
effect of sidewalls in cellular convection -- The stability of cellular branching solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations -- On equilibrium states and periodic vibrations of thin nonlinear elastic systems -- On buckling and
instability of plastic structural models -- A contribution to a linearized engineering shell theory -- Stability of the Cosserat surface -- On the stability of periodic solutions in fluid mechanics -- On general theorems for stability
-- An invariance principle for dynamical systems on Banach space: application to the general problem of thermoelastic stability -- On the possibility of subcritical instabilities -- Feedback stabilization of distributive systems with
applications to plasma stabilization -- Determinism and uncertainty in stability -- Hölder stability and logarithmic convexity -- Thermoelastic stability of a finitely deformed solid under nonconservative loads -- Examples on the
stabilizing and destabilizing effects -- Stability conditions of rigid-plastic solids with extension to visco-plasticity -- On the dynamical stability of fluid phases -- Review of the finite bandwidth concept -- A class of unsteady
nonlinear waves in parallel flows -- Optimal structural design in non-conservative problems of elastic stability -- Zur Stabilität des schwingenden Tragflügels im Unterschallbereich -- Finite amplitude response of circular plates
subject to dynamic loading -- Equilibrium and stability of elastic-plastic bodies -- Instability under cycles of plastic deformation -- Coupled modes of buckling in some continuous systems -- Perturbation patterns in nonlinear
branching theory -- Non-conservative effects produced by thrust of jet engine -- Stability of viscoelastic systems subjected to nonconservative forces -- The instability of pipe Poiseuille flow with respect to finite amplitude
disturbances -- The structure of the damping disturbances in the stability of unbounded laminar flows -- Linear dynamical systems in Hilbert space -- On the stability of constant profile waves -- A theory of elasto-plastic buckling of
structures -- Buckling and postbuckling behavior of initially imperfect orthotropic cylindrical shells under axial compression and internal pressure -- Instabilität der Ruhelage für ein System mit zwei Freiheitsgraden -- Substantiation
of the theory of stability of cylindrical shells on the basis of the Gauss principle -- On structural instability due to strainsoftening -- Asymptotic stability of travelling waves
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Title:Creep in Structures Colloquium Held at Stanford University, California July 11–15, 1960
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Date:1962
Size:1 online resource (375 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-86014-0
Contents:Stress Distribution Analysis for Linear Viscoelastic Materials -- Torsional Response of Linear Viscoelastic Plates Subjected to Thermal Stresses -- On the Creep Stress Analysis of some Structures -- The Shear Center in Creep of Beams
of Thin-Walled Open Cross Section -- Mechanics of Creep and Combined Stresses -- Lifetime of Structures Subjected to Varying Load and Temperature -- The Effect of Incremental Loading on Creep Behavior of Metals -- Applicability of the
Elastic Analogue to Creep Problems of Plates, Membranes and Beams -- Oil Canning Problems in Creep -- Investigation of Transient Creep in Thick-Walled Tubes under Axially Symmetric Loading -- A Comparison of Flow Criteria Applied to
Elevated Temperature Creep of Rotating Discs with Consideration of the Transient Condition -- Bending of a Plate with Non-Linear Strain-Hardening Creep -- Effect of Creep on Stresses in Cylindrical Shells -- On the Creep of a Wrinkle
-- On the Mechanics of Column Creep -- Comparison of Ranges of Applicability of Predictions of Creep Buckling Time -- Geometrically Non-Linear Creep Buckling of Bars -- Sur un modèle apte à traduire le fluage sous charge constante des
structures -- Some Simple Models for Torsional Creep Buckling -- Damping of the Vibrations of a Coiled Spring Due to Creep
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Title:Stresses in shells.
Author(s): Wilhelm Flugge 1904-
Date:1960
Publisher:Springer, Berlin
Size:499
Keywords: Shells (Engineering)
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