Programming in SCILAB Theory of Elasticity, Finite and Boundary Element Methods , Revised Edition

Author(s): M. Ameen

ISBN: 978-81-7319-885-4
E-ISBN: Publication Year: Reprint 2014
Pages: 532
Binding: Paper Back Dimension: 160mm x 240mm Weight: 720

Textbook

About the book

Divided into two parts, this book deals with the theory of elasticity and computational solution of its problems. Part A named Theoretical Elasticity describes the mathematical theory and the analytical techniques of problem solving. Part B entitled Computational Elasticity, is devoted to the description of two of the most popular computational methods the finite element and the boundary element methods.

Key Features

Simple and easy to comprehend descriptions of concepts
Examples in most chapters drive important points home. Problems along with answers or hints at the end of many of the chapters
Detailed derivations including intermediate steps presented for most of the equations and solutions
Chapter on cartesian tensors and index notation
A number of easy-to-understand computer codes in C++ in Part B of the book for finite element and boundary element methods. Descriptions of the working of various parts of the codes are also provided

Table of Contents

Preface / Notation / Part A: Theoretical Elasticity: Chapter 1: Introduction / Chapter 2: The Displacement Field and the Strain Field / Chapter 3: The Stress Field / Chapter 4: The Constitutive Relations / Chapter 5: Cartesian Tensors and Equations of Elasticity / Chapter 6: Two-Dimensional Problems of Elasticity / Chapter 7: Torsion of Prismatic Bars / Chapter 8: Energy Theorems and Variational Principles of Elasticity / Part B: Computational Elasticity: Chapter 9: Introduction to Computational Elasticity / Chapter 10: Finite Element Method in a Nutshell / Chapter 11: Isoparametric Formulation / Chapter 12: Advanced Topics in Finite Element Analysis / Chapter 13: Boundary Element Analysis of Elastostatic Problems / Chapter 14: Boundary Elements, Interpolation Functions and Singular Integrals / Chapter 15: Computer Codes For Two-Dimensional Boundary Element Analysis / Chapter 16: Coupling Finite Element and Boundary Element Methods / Appendixes / Subject Index