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Green's Function and Boundary Elements of Multifield Materials contains a comprehensive treatment of multifield materials under coupled thermal, magnetic, electric, and mechanical loads. Its easy-to-understand text clarifies some of the most advanced techniques for deriving Green's function and the related boundary element formulation of magnetoelectroelastic materials: Radon transform, potential function approach, Fourier transform. Our hope in preparing this book is to attract interested readers and researchers to a new field that continues to provide fascinating and technologically important challenges. You will benefit from the authors' thorough coverage of general principles for each topic, followed by detailed mathematical derivation and worked examples as well as tables and figures where appropriate.
- In-depth explanations of the concept of Green's function
- Coupled thermo-magneto-electro-elastic analysis
- Detailed mathematical derivation for Green's functions
For postgraduate students, research engineers and scientists, academic staff in the field of mechanical engineering, civil engineering, applied mechanics, materials science, computational mechanics and aerospace engineering. It is also suitable for research students and scientists who are working in the field of chemical engineering, structural engineering, soil mechanics, electrical and biomedical engineering
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Green's function for electroelastic problems
Chapter 3. Green's function for thermoelectroelastic problems
Chapter 4. Green's function for magnetoelectroelastic problems
Chapter 5. Boundary element method for piezoelectric materials
Chapter 6. Boundary element method for thermopiezoelectric materials
Chapter 7. Trefftz boundary element method
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- © Elsevier Science 2007
- 7th June 2007
- Elsevier Science
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Qing-Hua Qin is a professor of solid mechanics at the Australian National University. He has worked in the area of applied mechanics for more than two decades and has published more than 160 scientific papers and two books in the field of computational mechanics and multifield materials.
Department of Engineering, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
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