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Application of Numerical Methods in Engineering Problems using MATLAB®



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ISBN 9781032393919
April 4, 2023 Forthcoming by CRC Press
320 Pages 139 B/W Illustrations

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Book Description

Application of Numerical Methods in Engineering Problems using MATLAB® presents an analysis of structures using numerical methods and mathematical modeling. This structural analysis also includes beam, plate, and pipe elements, and also examines deflection and frequency, or buckling loads. The various engineering theories of beams/plates/shells are comprehensively presented, and the relationships between stress and strain, and the governing equations of the structure are extracted. To solve governing equations with numerical methods, there are two general types, including methods based on derivatives or integrals. Derivative-based methods have the advantage of flexibility in modeling boundary conditions, low analysis time, and very high degree of accuracy. Therefore, the book explains numerical methods based on derivatives, especially the differential quadrature method.

Features:

  • Examines the application of numerical methods to obtain the deflection, frequency, and buckling loads

  • Discusses the application of numerical methods for solving motion equations

  • Includes numerous practical and applicable examples throughout

Table of Contents

1. Basic Theories. 2. Solution Methods. 3. Buckling of Nanoparticles Reinforced Beams Exposed to Fire. 4. Dynamic Response of Nanofiber Reinforced Beams Subjected to Seismic Ground Excitation. 5. Buckling Analysis of Plates Reinforced by Graphene Platelet. 6. Vibration Analysis of Agglomerated Nanoparticles Reinforced Plates. 7. Vibration Analysis of Plates with NFRP Layer. 8. Vibration Analysis of Plates Reinforced with Nanoparticles and Piezoelectric Layer. 9. Forced Vibration Analysis of Plates Reinforced by Nanoparticles. 10. Seismic Analysis of Plates Reinforced by Nanoparticles. 11. Stress Analysis of Shells Reinforced with Nanoparticles. 12. Earthquake Response of Nanocomposite Shells Conveying and Immersing in Fluid. 13. Vibration and Instability Analysis of Shells Reinforced by Nanoparticles. 14. Dynamic Response of Nanocomposite Shells Covered with Piezoelectric Layer.

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Biography

M.S.H. Al-Furjan is an associate professor of engineering, He earned his Ph.D. degree from Zhejiang University. He has rich research and teaching experience in different universities and institutes in China, Malaysia, and Iraq. His research involves structural mechanics, smart materials and structures, and numerical methods. He has been listed in the World Top 2% Scientists ranked by Stanford University.

 

R. Kolahchi received his PhD. degrees from University of Kashan in Kashan, Iran. He is among the 2% world ranking of scientist based on database developed by Stanford University. His h-index is 40 and he is the technical reviewer of many top level journals. His research includes nanomechanics, continuum mechanics, mechanical analyses structures, smart material, and numerical methods.

 

M. Rabani Bidgoli received his PhD. degrees from University of Semnan in Semnan, Iran. His h-index is 13 and he is the technical reviewer of many top level journals. His research includes numerical modelling of concrete structures, numerical methods, theory of elasticity and new materials. He is currently assistant professor and the head of Islamic Azad University, Jasb Branch.

 

A. Farrokhian received his PhD. degrees from Isfahan University of since and technology, Iran. His h-index is 9 and his research includes composites, plate and shell theories and numerical methods.

 

M.R. Bayati is PhD. student in Khomein Branch, Islamic Azad University, Khomein, Iran. He is a good researchers. His research includes buckling, optimization, new material and composite structures.