Control and Dynamic Systems: Computer Aided Design/Engineering(CAD/CAE) v.58 : Advances in Theory and Applications
Volume 58 and 59 in this series address the increasing use of computers in design, engineering and manufacturing. Chapters cover such basic topics as numerical reliability and extend to detailed coverage of finite element analysis, design, modelling and hypermedia principles. Volume 58 covers the technical basis of computer-aided design and engineering. It emphasizes finite element analysis, design, modelling and hypermedia principles.
- Hardback | 340 pages
- 158.75 x 230 x 12.7mm | 682g
- 01 Nov 1993
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
Table of contents
B.A. Szabo, The Problem of Reliability in Numerical Simulation. S.K. Murth, S.B. Navathe and A. Cornelio, Organizing Engineering Designs and Design Techniques. M. Cwiakala, Hypermedia Principles and Techniques in CAD. R. Bjdrnemo,A. Burman, and J.C. Anker, FEA in the Engineering Design Process. R.G. Whirley and B.E. Engelmann, Large-Scale Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis-Explicit Aspects. B.E. Engellian and R.G. Whiney, Large-Scale Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis-Implicit Aspects. P.C. Irouchakis and P.E. Wang, Finite Element Computing on Parallel Architectures. J. Murray, J. Crowder and M. Stoughton, Making Change an Integral Component of an Advanced Design Methodology.