Shell and Membrane Theories in Mechanics and Biology

Shell and Membrane Theories in Mechanics and Biology

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This book presents the latest results related to shells characterize and design shells, plates, membranes and other thin-walled structures, a multidisciplinary approach from macro- to nanoscale is required which involves the classical disciplines of mechanical/civil/materials engineering (design, analysis, and properties) and physics/biology/medicine among others. The book contains contributions of a meeting of specialists (mechanical engineers, mathematicians, physicists and others) in such areas as classical and non-classical shell theories. New trends with respect to applications in mechanical, civil and aero-space engineering, as well as in new branches like medicine and biology are presented which demand improvements of the theoretical foundations of these theories and a deeper understanding of the material behavior used in such structures.Eng. 110, 195a€“209 (1993) Ibrahimbegovic, A.: Nonlinear Solid Mechanics: Theoretical Formulations and Finite Element Solution Methods. Springer, Berlin ( 2009) Korelc, J.: AceGen and AceFEM user manuals (2006) LadevAuze, P., Leguillon, anbsp;...

Title:Shell and Membrane Theories in Mechanics and Biology
Author: Holm Altenbach, Gennadi Mikhasev
Publisher:Springer - 2014-09-09

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