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Computational Structural Mechanics: Static and Dynamic Behaviors provides a cutting-edge treatment of functionally graded materials and the computational methods and solutions of FG static and vibration problems of plates. Using the Rayleigh-Ritz method, static and dynamic problems related to behavior of FG rectangular, Levy, elliptic, skew and annular plates are discussed in detail. A thorough review of the latest research results, computational methods and applications of FG technology make this an essential resource for researchers in academia and industry.
- Explains application-oriented treatments of the functionally graded materials used in industry
- Addresses relevant algorithms and key computational techniques
- Provides numerical solutions of static and vibration problems associated with functionally graded beams and plates of different geometries
Researchers and postgraduate students in materials and mechanics of materials, and designers of thermal resistant technology for nuclear power generation, aerospace, automotive and structural engineering
1. Overview of functionally graded materials
2. Rayleigh-Ritz Method
3. DQ and GDQ Methods
4. Finite Element Method
5. Static analysis of FG beams
6. Vibration of FG beams
7. Static Analysis of FG Plates
8. Vibration of thick rectangular Plates
9. Vibration of FG skew plates
10. Vibration of FG Annular plates
11. Vibration of FG plates on elastic foundations
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- © Academic Press 2019
- 14th September 2018
- Academic Press
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Dr. Snehashish Chakraverty has 29 years of experience as a researcher and teacher. Presently he is working in the Department of Mathematics (Applied Mathematics Group), at the National Institute of Technology Rourkela, Odisha, India as a Full Professor. Prior to this he was with CSIR-Central Building Research Institute, Roorkee, India. He has a Ph.D. from IIT Roorkee in Computer Science. Thereafter he did his post-doctoral research at Institute of Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR), University of Southampton, U.K. and at the Faculty of Engineering and Computer Science, Concordia University, Canada. He was also a visiting professor at Concordia and McGill universities, Canada, and visiting professor at the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. He has authored/co-authored 14 books, published 315 research papers in journals and conferences, and has four more books in development. Dr. Chakraverty is on the Editorial Boards of various International Journals, Book Series and Conferences. Prof. Chakraverty is the Chief Editor of the International Journal of Fuzzy Computation and Modelling (IJFCM), Associate Editor of Computational Methods in Structural Engineering, Frontiers in Built Environment, and is the Guest Editor for several other journals. He was the President of the Section of Mathematical sciences (including Statistics) of the Indian Science Congress. Prof. Chakraverty has undertaken around 16 research projects as Principle Investigator funded by international and national agencies. His present research area includes Differential Equations (Ordinary, Partial and Fractional), Soft Computing and Machine Intelligence (Artificial Neural Network, Fuzzy and Interval Computations), Numerical Analysis, Mathematical Modeling, Uncertainty Modelling, Vibration and Inverse Vibration Problems.
Full Professor, Department of Mathematics, Applied Mathematics Group, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, India
Karan Kumar Pradhan is the Assistant Professor (NPIU, TEQIP-III) in Department of Basic Science, Parala Maharaja Engineering College, Berhampur (Odisha). Formerly, he was the Senior Research Fellow, Department of Mathematics, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, India and also the recipient of SERB National Post-Doctoral Fellowship. KK Pradhan’s research interests are numerical modeling, vibration problems, and structural members.
Senior Research Fellow, Dept of Mathematics, National Institute of Technology, Rourkela, India
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