Annotation This book fills a gap within the finite element literature by addressing the challenges and developments in multidiscipli-nary analysis. Current developments include disciplines of structural mechanics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, controls engineering and propulsion technology, and their interaction as encountered in many practical problems in aeronautical, aerospace, and mechanical engineering, among others. These topics are reflected in the 15 chapter titles of the book. Numerical problems are provided to illustrate the applicability of the techniques. Exercises may be solved either manually or by using suitable computer software. A version of the multidisciplinary analysis program STARS is available from the author. As a textbook, the book is useful at the senior undergraduate or graduate level. The practicing engineer will find it invaluable for solving full-scale practical problems.Edition. The motivation for writing this book arose from the development of a multi - disciplinary solution methodology and ... The current developments affect areas of structural mechanics, heat transfer, fluid mechanics, controls engineering, and ... Chapter 5 deals with the dynamics of gyroscopic systems in which different structural components may be subjected to ... Chapter 12 provides a summary of anbsp;...
|Title||:||Finite Element Multidisciplinary Analysis|
|Author||:||Kajal K. Gupta|
|Publisher||:||AIAA - 2003|