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Recent Advances in Computational Mechanics

Recent Advances in Computational Mechanics

By: Przemyslaw Litewka (editor), Jerzy Rakowski (editor), Tomasz Lodygowski (editor)Mixed Media

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Recent Advances in Computational Mechanics contains selected papers presented at the jubilee 20th Conference on Computer Methods in Mechanics (CMM 2013), which took place from 27 to 31 August 2013 at the Poznan University of Technology. The first Polish Conference on Computer Methods in Mechanics was held in Poznan' in 1973. This very successful meeting initiated a series of conferences organized every two years by different Polish universities. Over the years the series gained an increasingly international character. The common general objective of the CMM conferences is to provide a forum for presentation and discussion of new ideas referring to the theoretical background and practical applications of computational mechanics. The program of each conference reflects current extensive research in this field of science. This proceedings volume addresses various aspects of computational mechanics, including advanced analysis of structures, modelling of material properties, damage mechanics, contact mechanics, biomechanics, heat transfer and coupled problems. This book will be of interest to students, researchers and practitioners in the fields of structural mechanics, mechanical engineering, material technology and biomechanics.

About Author

Tomasz Lodygowski Full professor at Poznan University of Technology, Institute of Structural Engineering. Research fields include: computer methods in mechanics, damage mechanics, biomechanics, material modelling. Jerzy Rakowski Associate professor at Poznan University of Technology, Institute of Structural Engineering. Research fields include: structural mechanics, finite element method, finite difference method Przemyslaw Litewka Associate professor at Poznan University of Technology, Institute of Structural Engineering. Research fields include: structural mechanics, contact mechanics, finite element method.


1. Mechanics of structures Application of topological constraints to structural optimization of thin-walled structures T. Kuczek Multi-load truss topology optimization using the adaptive ground structure approach T. Sokol Stability and load bearing capacity of a truss with elastic braces M. Krajewski & P. Iwicki Local buckling and post-buckling investigation of cold-formed self-supported elements R.Walentynski, R. Cybulski & K. Koziel Nonlinear stability analysis of elastic-plastic conical shells with shape imperfections J. Zielnica Carbon-epoxy/foam panel for protective aims - computational and experimental study L. Mazurkiewicz, J. Malachowski, M. Klasztorny, D. Kolodziejczyk, K. Damaziak & P. Baranowski hp-adaptive finite element analysis of thin-walled structures with use of the numerical tools for detection and range assessment of boundary layers L. Miazio & G. Zboinski hp-adaptive finite element analysis of thin-walled structures with use of the shell-to-shell transition elements M. Zielinska & G. Zboinski Usability of numerical models for live load distribution in a composite slab bridge deck J. Holowaty Comparison of simulation results for 3D punching shear problem A.Wosatko, J. Pamin & M.A. Polak Eigenvalue reanalysis of modified buildings using combined approximations method K. Kuzniar & M. Zajac Load carrying capacity of RC beams strengthened by pre-tensioned CFRP strips I. Jankowiak & A. Madaj Modeling and analysis of free vibration of steel-concrete composite beams A. Pelka-Sawenko, M. Abramowicz, T. Wroblewski, S. Berczy'nski & M. Szumigala Accuracy of cross-section stress numerical integration by boundary integration formulae A. Matuszak & P. Plucinski Parameter identification in FEM models of thin-walled purlins restrained by sheeting K. Rzeszut, A. Garstecki & A. Czajkowski 2. Damage and contact mechanics Crack propagation modelling in XFEM with double enriched nodes P. Stapor Two-dimensional FE simulation of cracking caused by expansion of corrosion products M. German & J. Pamin Analysis of cohesive crack coupled with thermoelasticity J. Jaskowiec Damage detection in truss structure being the part of historic railway viaduct using wavelet transformation A. Knitter-Piatkowska, M. Guminiak & M. Przychodzki Dynamic contact modelling between two bodies with significantly different stiffness P. Baranowski, J. Malachowski, T. Niezgoda, L. Mazurkiewicz & K. Damaziak Thermoelastic rolling contact problems for a multi-layer structure A. Chudzikiewicz & A. Myslinski Contact between 3-D beams with deformable circular cross-sections O. Kawa & P. Litewka Numerical analysis of frictionless contact between almost conforming beams P. Litewka 3. Material modelling Mechanics and thermodynamics of surface growth: Comparison of different approaches J.F. Ganghoffer Two-phase isotropic composites with prescribed bulk and shear moduli T. Lukasiak Topology optimization of the effective thermal properties of two-phase composites M. Nienartowicz & T. Strek Application of the MFS for 3D elastostatic problems - location of the sources and condition number analysis B.T. Maruszewski, G. Sypniewska-Kaminska & T.Walczak Modeling of the behavior of an elastic body with slim cavities filled with compressible liquid or gas K.I. Shumelchyk Energy flow analysis in multi-material structures J. Korta & T. Uhl Deflection analysis of thin elastic FGM composite plates by meshless methods V. Sladek, J. Sladek & L. Sator Experimental and numerical evaluation of mechanical behaviour of composite structural insulated panels 269 L. Smakosz & I. Kreja The trial of optimal strengthening of composite beams P. Szewczyk & M. Szumigala Efficient methods for optimal space filling in model reduction techniques V. Buljak & T. Garbowski Mixed experimental/numerical methods applied for concrete parameters estimation T. Gajewski & T. Garbowski Experimental determination and application of critical void volume fraction fc for S235JR steel subjected to multi-axial stress state P.G. Kossakowski & W. Wcislik The FEM analysis of pressure installation elements after simulated accidental overheating P. Szabracki, M. Jaskolski, T. Lipinski & A. Kaczmarek-Kacprzak Entropic thermoelasticity for large deformations and its AceGen implementation B. Wcislo & J. Pamin 4. Coupled problems, heat transfer and biomechanics A posteriori error estimator and h-adaptive finite element method for diffusion-advection-reaction problems O. Ostapov, O. Vovk & H. Shynkarenko Hierarchical models for adaptive modelling and analysis of coupled electro-mechanical systems G. Zboinski Corrected shape functions for six-node triangular element for heat conduction P. Jarzebski & K.Wisniewski Numerical analysis of tissue heating using the generalized dual phase lag model E. Majchrzak & L. Turchan Modelling of transient heat transport in one-dimensional crystalline solids using the interval lattice Boltzmann method A. Piasecka-Belkhayat & A. Korczak Turbulent heat transfer in a rotating cavity E. Tuliszka-Sznitko & K. Kielczewski Application of the method of fundamental solutions and the radial basis functions for peristaltic flow analysis J.K. Grabski, M. Mierzwiczak & J.A. Kolodziej The combined model of ventilation and decompression R. Klos Simulations of ultrasonic guided waves with use of combined Finite Element and Finite Difference Methods M. Rosiek, A. Martowicz, K. Filipek, M. Manka, P. Packo, T. Uhl & T. Stepinski

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  • ISBN13: 9781138024823
  • Format: Mixed Media
  • Number Of Pages: 400
  • ID: 9781138024823
  • weight: 861
  • ISBN10: 1138024821

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