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Published
**1990**
by Springer-Verlag in Berlin, New York
.

Written in English

- Shells (Engineering),
- Calculus of tensors.

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references (p. [184]-195) and index.

Statement | S. Naomis, P.C.M. Lau. |

Series | Lecture notes in engineering ;, 58 |

Contributions | Lau, P. C. M. 1944- |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | TA660.S5 N29 1990 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xii, 304 p. : |

Number of Pages | 304 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL1857892M |

ISBN 10 | 3540528520, 0387528520 |

LC Control Number | 90010150 |

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The authors describe a method for static and free vibration analyses of thin shell structures. The contents include: development of a thin shell theory.

This book presents a method which is capable of evaluating the deformation characteristics of thin shell structures A free vibration analysis is chosen as a convenient means of studying the displacement Computational tensor analysis of shell structures book of the shell, enabling it to deform naturally without imposing any particular loading conditions.

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Naomis and P. Lau. Heidelberg: Springer-Verlag. Price (soft cover) DM; pp. Author: A.W. Leissa. The resulting theory is not restricted to shell structures characterized by any particular geometric form, loading or boundary conditions.

The complete displacement and strain equations developed by Flugge are approximated by the curvilinear finite difference method and are applied to computing the natural frequencies and mode shapes of general thin shells. 70 An important stage in the analysis of shell structures is the computation of a shell's geometric properties.

Although many algebraic formulations appear in the literature for surfaces of relatively simple form (e.g. chap Flugge [1]) a general methodology capable of computing quantities such as the metric and curvature tensors for any. Abstract: Hankel structures are widely employed in data analysis and signal processing.

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Tensor-Based Data Analysis and Mining The surging interestin tensors is prompted, in part, by a proliferation of data-intensive ap-plications. The scientiﬁc and engineering communities are awash in a sea of high-dimensional, multi-indexed data sets.

Tensor methods are Cited by: Paul Mansour Naghdi, Foundations of elastic shell theory, Institute of Engineering Research, University of California,pages Steve Naomis and Paul C.M.

Lau, Computational tensor analysis of shell structures, Springer-Verlag,pages. Computational tensor analysis of shell structures. Geometric Quantities.- Base Vectors and Metric Tensors.- The Christoffel Symbol.- The Curvature Tensor.- Covariant Derivative of the Curvature Tensor.- The Principle of Virtual Displacements.- Discretization and Displacement Fields.- The Numerical.

Cite this chapter as: Naomis S., Lau P.C.M. () Summary. In: Computational Tensor Analysis of Shell Structures. Lecture Notes in Engineering, vol Computational Tensor Analysis of Shell Structures. [Steve Naomis; Paul C M Lau] -- The authors describe a method for static and free vibration analyses of thin shell structures.

The contents include: development of a thin shell theory, use of curvilinear mesh and finite differences. Título: Computational Tensor Analysis of Shell Structures Creador: Steve Naomis Género: Technology & Engineering Impresora: Springer Science & Business Media Identidad Clave: AizwCAAAQBAJ Código del libro: Oficiales de Idiomas: El número de hojas: Lanzamiento: Computational Tensor Analysis of Shell Structures.

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