Structural Dynamic Systems Computational Techniques and Optimization: Finite Element Analysis Techniques

1st Edition

Cornelius T. Leondes

CRC Press
Published January 27, 1999
Reference - 336 Pages
ISBN 9789056996437 - CAT# TF3049
Series: Gordon and Breach International Series in Engineering, Technolo

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Summary

The finite element, an approximation method for solving differential equations of mathematical physics, is a highly effective technique in the analysis and design, or synthesis, of structural dynamic systems. Starting from the system differential equations and its boundary conditions, what is referred to as a weak form of the problem (elaborated in the text) is developed in a variational sense. This variational statement is used to define elemental properties that may be written as matrices and vectors as well as to identify primary and secondary boundaries and all possible boundary conditions. Specific equilibrium problems are also solved.
This book clearly reveals the effectiveness and great significance of the finite element method available and the essential role it will play in the future as further development occurs.

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