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Title: 2008 IASS-IACM: Plenary Lectures
Authors: Bischoff, Manfred
Craighead, Harold G.
Dede, Ercan
Hartei, Reinhard
Hoefinger, Gerhard
Hulbert, Gregory M.
Jia, Xin
Kikuchi, Noboru
Kratzig, Wilfried B.
Ma, Zheng-Dong
Mang, Herbert A.
Ohmori, Hiroshi
Pellegrino, Sergio
Steinboeck, Andreas
Wormann, Ralf
Yang, Y. B.
Yilmaz, Cetin
Keywords: modeling
shell structures
spacial structures
finite elements
nano-structures
numerical analysis
biological morphology
Issue Date: May-2008
Publisher: Internet-First University Press
Abstract: IASS-IACM 2008 Plenary Lectures: (1)"Modeling of shells with three-dimensional finite elements" by Manfred BISCHOFF (University of Stuttgart), from the Session: 3D Modeling of Thin-Walled Structures (2)"Nanomechanical resonators and nanofluidic systems" by Harold G. CRAIGHEAD (Cornell University), from the Session: Nano- and Micro-scale Structures (3)"Analysis and design of materials and structures for attenuating vibration and acoustic response" by Gregory M. HULBERT (University of Michigan), from the Session: Dynamic Analysis of Spatial Structures (4)"Large shell structures for power generation technologies" by Wilfried B. KRATZIG (Ruhr-University Bochum), from the Session: Spanning Between Theory and Practice (5)"Answers to three not quite straightforward questions in structural stability" by Herbert A. MANG (Technical University of Vienna), from the Session: Structural Stability (6)"Computational morphogenesis: Its current state and possibility for the future" by Hiroshi OHMORI (Nagoya University), from the Session: Computational Morphogenesis (7)"Folding and deployment of stored-energy composite structures" by Sergio PELLEGRINO (California Institute of Technology), from the Session: Deployable Structures and Biological Morphology (8)"Rigid mechanics and its role in nonlinear structural analysis" by Yeong Bin YANG (National Taiwan University), from the Session: Innovative Analysis Topics
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1813/11550
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