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Riassunto: Written by leading researchers and practitioners, Finite Element Analysis of Elastomers blends established knowledge in this important area with up-to-date research topics, practical hints and thought-provoking new ideas. The Editors, have compiled contributions by leading researchers and practitioners in finite element analysis (FEA): the result is an authoritative and agenda-setting volume.
Finite element modelling can only be as good as the constitutive laws (material models) used, the means of obtaining and fitting the data for those models, and the accuracy of the boundary conditions. (The latter is of particular importance in cases of contact.) All three questions recieve particular attention in this book, as do aspects such as the interpretation and accuracy of FE outputs, with many practical examples being given. There is a short section on fatigue and failure, where particular concerns and approaches in this challenging area are discussed.
Comprehensive coverage is given to particular issues concerning the problems of working with real elastomers, especially filled materials.
Key features include:
L'autore: This volume is edited by Dr. Vince Coveney (University of the West of England, Bristol), who provides the academic perspective, and David Boast (Avon Technical Products, Wiltshire) who gives the industrial viewpoint.
Titolo: Finite Element Analysis of Elastomers
Casa editrice: Wiley
Data di pubblicazione: 1998
Condizione libro: very good
Descrizione libro Wiley, 1998. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 1860581714