Structural Analysis with Applications to Aerospace Structures, by O. A. Bauchau and J.I. Craig presents unified explanation of the varied topics. The authors and their colleagues developed this text over many years, teaching undergraduate and graduate programs in structural evaluation courses.
The emphasis is on readability and unity in the presentation of fundamental structural evaluation concepts and methods. The equations of linear elasticity and fundamental constitutive behavior of isotropic and composite materials are reviewed. The text focuses on the evaluation of sensible structural elements including bars, beams, and plates. Explicit attention is dedicated to the evaluation of skinny-walled beams under bending, shearing, and torsion.
Superior subjects akin to warping, non-uniform torsion, shear deformations, thermal impact and plastic deformations are addressed. A unified remedy of work and power principles is supplied that naturally results in an examination of approximate analysis methods together with an introduction to matrix and finite element methods.
Structural Analysis with Applications to Aerospace Structures provides the structural engineers with the current and close to-future approaches to the virtual testing strategies, the place fatigue and fracture mechanics data can be generated rapidly with minimal quantity of tests. As talked about before, fatigue and fracture allowable are needed to the injury tolerance and durability assessment of fracture important parts. In many cases, analysts do not need fatigue fracture mechanics values and the finance is not adequate to generate knowledge by way of testing approach.
Chapters 1, 2, three, four, 5, and 6 of this book shall be dedicated to digital testing using the continuum mechanics approach. Both metallic and composite materials might be addressed with numerous examples related to the aerospace and aircraft parts. Chapters 7, eight, 9, 10, and 11 will discuss the multi scale modeling and simulation technique. Each quantum mechanics and molecular dynamics approaches will be used to conduct the predictive modeling analysis.
Structural Analysis: With Applications to Aerospace Structures (Solid Mechanics and Its Applications) [Hardcover]
O. A. Bauchau and J.I. Craig
Springer; 1 edition (September 21, 2009)