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Eccomas '96 : Numerical Methods in Engineering

J. A. Desideri,  Hirsch,  E. Stein,  J. Periaux,  M. Pandolfi,  P. Le Tallec and E. O'Nate

Papers on error estimation, porous media, generic solvers, Helmholtz equations, modeling failure of brittle microcracking materials, and numerical methods for non-linear elasticity.

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Format: Hardcover, English, 1062 pages
ISBN: 0471966924
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Pub. Date: 1996
Edition: 1

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Publisher Comments

The European Community on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences (ECCOMAS) has been created with the aim of providing an intense co-ordination of international scientific conferences and other activities in the field of Computational Methods in Applied Sciences. The main objective of the joint conferences on Computational Fluid Dynamics and Numerical Methods in Engineering is to provide a common forum for the presentation and discussion of state-of-the-art in Scientific Computing applied to Engineering Sciences. Equal emphasis is to be given to basic methodologies, scientific developments, and industrial applications.


Table of Contents

ERROR ANALYSIS 1
Error Estimation Based on Statically Admissible Stress Fields (T. Kvamsdal, et al.)
POROUS MEDIA 1 Numerical Integration of Viscoplastic Constitutive Equations for Porous Materials (L. Cotantonio & L. Stainier) GENERIC SOLVERS
Symmetric Forms of Thermodynamically Compatible Systems of Conservation Laws in Continuum Mechanics (S. Godunov & E. Romensky)
HELMHOLTZ EQUATIONS
A Boundary Element Method for Axisymmetric Elastodynamic Analysis (G. Ozkan and Y. Mengi)
MATERIALS 1
Modelling the Behaviour and Failure Analysis of Brittle Microcracking Materials (I. St Doltsinis and R. Handel)
NONLINEAR MATERIALS AND STRUCTURES
Numerical Methods in Non-Linear Elasticity (I. Brigadnov)

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