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Topics in Applied Mechanics : Integration of Theory and Applications in Applied Mechanics

Author: J F Dijksman; F T M Nieuwstadt
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1993.
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This volume is a compilation of contributions in applied mechanics, dealing with both solid and fluid mechanics. The contributions are based on material presented at the national mechanics congress held in the Netherlands during November 16--18, 1992. The scope of the volume covers both theoretical and applied issues, including the following themes: Experimental mechanics, how to use modern electronic equipment,  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: J F Dijksman; F T M Nieuwstadt
ISBN: 9789401120906 9401120900
OCLC Number: 851369960
Description: 1 online resource (xiii, 374 pages)
Contents: Bridge building --
Keynote paper --
Construction simulation of some bridges over the river IJssel --
Experimental mechanics --
Keynote paper --
Experimental mechanics; why, how, co-operatively? --
Keynote paper --
The bridge between experimental and numerical techniques: numerical modelling of linear elastic and viscoelastic response of composite structures --
Tuning shock test results and mathematical models using an optimal state estimation method --
Fluid-structure interaction in non-rigid pipeline systems; large scale validation tests (EUREKA project 274) --
Experimental and numerical analysis of cracking in concrete and sandstone --
The verification of numerical calculations with tests on sand in the geocentrifuge --
Parametric identification of an aircraft landing gear damper, by means of periodic excitation --
Role of local effects in the analysis of structures and dynamic systems --
Keynote paper --
Damage processes in solids and structures and their numerical computation --
Keynote paper --
Computational models for fragmentation tests --
FAME-D, a finite element code based on continuum damage mechanics --
Continuous and discontinuous modelling of the contact between wheel flange and rail --
An anisotropic damage model for laminated composites --
Analysis of supercritical transformation with dilatation and shear effects during crack growth in ceramics --
Phenomenological modelling of damage in polymer blends --
Local effects and fluid flow --
Keynote paper --
Spin-up in non-axisymmetric containers --
Keynote paper --
Attack transient of a flue organ pipe --
Finite element simulation of local effects in nonisothermal viscoelastic flows --
Numerical analysis of unsteady viscoelastic contraction flows of multi-mode fluids --
Turbulent free-surface flow over a sill --
Local effects in some non-linear evolution equations --
Fluid-structure interaction and column separation in a closed pipe --
Micromechanics and constitutive equations --
Keynote paper --
Micro-rheological modelling of heat conduction in polymers --
Keynote paper --
Rheology and microstructure of liquid crystalline polymers --
Limiting toughness of polymers; the relation between molecular and microscopic structure --
Constitutive models for composite materials with interfaces --
A three dimensional model for nonlinear viscoelasticity --
Dynamic systems --
Keynote paper --
Structural dynamics of mechanical systems with local nonlinearities under periodic excitation --
Improving manipulator control with acceleration measurements --
Combined finite element and multibody techniques for vehicle occupant safety studies --
Application of cell mapping methods to a nonlinear dynamic system --
Manifolds of nonlinear dynamic single DOF systems --
Integration of Applied mechaninics with other disciplines --
Medicine --
A non-invasive method to find Langer's lines of the skin --
The influence of minor stenoses on the flow in the carotid artery bifurcation --
Osmotic prestressing of a spinal motion segment --
Rheology --
Rheology and rheometry for highly filled reactive materials --
Optimisation --
Structural optimization history and state of the art --
Mining and petroleum engineering --
Thermo-mechanical properties of roof rock of coal for underground gasification --
Mathematics and numerical methods --
A finite rotation triangular shell element --
Finite element preconditioned spectral element methods for convection-diffusion problems --
Author Index.
Responsibility: edited by J.F. Dijksman, F.T.M. Nieuwstadt.

Abstract:

This volume is a compilation of contributions in applied mechanics, dealing with both solid and fluid mechanics. The contributions are based on material presented at the national mechanics congress held in the Netherlands during November 16--18, 1992. The scope of the volume covers both theoretical and applied issues, including the following themes: Experimental mechanics, how to use modern electronic equipment, optical techniques and software tools to measure strain, stress, displacements, forces, etc. in both fluids and solids. The analysis of localised effects on stiffness, strength and stability of structures, like dikes, bridges, roads, and all public works necessary to improve among other things the navigability of canals and rivers. The analysis of damage processes in concrete and fiber reinforced polymers and the quest to make such processes accessible by numerical computation. The analysis of localised effects on fluid flow, leading to more understanding of the origin of the different colours of musical tones and human speech, but also to more understanding of the pulsating flow of blood through complicated shaped arteries and drag reduction in turbulent flow through pipes or along walls, as a result of small sized surface grooves or the addition of a very small amount of polymer to liquids. The investigation of non-linearities in the behaviour of dynamic systems such as manipulators, railway vehicles, etc. Micromechanics and constitutive equations. In order to describe complex material behaviour understanding of momentum and heat transport on almost the molecular level is needed. This emphasizes the importance of micromechanics in relation to the ultimate strength of composite materials, ranging from fiber reinforced plastics up to very high temperature resistant ceramics toughened by thin hairlike crystals of exceptional mechanical strength. Fluid-structure interactions, such as occur in non-rigid pipelines and artery systems.

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