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by K. Gupta,J. Meek

  • ISBN: 1563475804
  • Author: K. Gupta,J. Meek
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  • Rating: 4.1 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 422
  • Publisher: AIAA; 2nd edition (September 23, 2003)
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Annotation This book fills a gap within the finite element literature by. .Multidisciplinary Analysis Kajal K. Gupta,J. Finite Element Multidisciplinary Analysis AIAA Education Series.

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. Finite Element Multidisciplinary Analysis Kajal K.

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Gupta, Kajal K. Finite element multidisciplinary analysis, Kajal K. Gupta, John L. Meek. 2nd ed. p. c. (AIAA education series) Includes bibliographical references and index. 1. Finite element method. I. Meek, J. L. II. Title. G87 2003 620 . 042-dc22. 2003 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc. All rights reserved.

Kajal K. Gupta, J. Meek

Kajal K. It addresses a number of disciplines as structures, heat transfer, linear aerodynamics, computational fluid dynamics, acoustics, propulsion, controls engineering and their interactions.

AIAA education series. Subjects: Finite element method The finite element method : linear static and dynamic finite element analysis. Subjects: Finite element method. Numerical methods in finite element analysis, Klaus-Jürgen Bathe, Edward L. Wilson. by: Bathe, Klaus-Jürgen. A unified approach to the finite element method and error analysis procedures John O. Dow. by: Dow, John . 1941- Published: (1999). The finite element method : linear static and dynamic finite element analysis, Thomas . by: Hughes, Thomas J. R. Published: (1987).

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Finite Element Multidisciplinary Analysis. Development of a Finite Element Aeroelastic Analysis Capability. Journal of Aircraft 33(5), 995–1002 (1996)CrossRefGoogle Scholar. AIAA Education Series, Reston, Va (2000)Google Scholar. Finite Element Method: Its Basis and Fundamentals. Elsevier n, New York (2005)Google Scholar. Finite Element-Methoden. AIAA-Paper 98-4152 (1998)Google Scholar.

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This addresses the challenges and developments in multidisciplinary 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. Academics and practicing engineers alike will find it invaluable for solving full-scale practical problems.
Comments (3)

Sirara
This book is a fairly good introduction to FEM, rich with detailed examples that takes the reader step by step through their explanations. However, as with all texts, beware of some typos. Some examples from Section 2.3: Equations 2.23, 2.33 have sign typos, and Equation 2.20 is missing a very important variable (/psi_{,x}). Equation 2.38 has a numerical typo (the last number, 1/2, should be 3/2) though the numerical results are correct (that is, they do not use the numbers in 2.38 to solve the set of equations, but the proper numbers instead, I've checked this with Maple). I can't seem to find a list of errata for this book, which would be helpful. With that said, the typos simply make the reader do a little extra work, and I would still recommend this book as an introduction to the theory and practice of FEM.
Gandree
This is a good book on multidisciplinary analysis using the finite element method. The book includes some practical applications and fundamentals. It is a very good reference book. However an expanded future edition of the book will be very useful for a beginner.
Levaq
As the title of the book describes, a thorough development of the finite element approach to the various disciplines, namely structural mechanics, structural dynamics, heat transfer, computational fluid dynamics, and control engineering is given in this book. Of particular interest to both academic and practicing engineers is the development of the multidisciplinary application to aeroelasticity and aeroservoelasticity problems based on finite elements as the building block. Besides covering usual topics of finite element analysis, the text also includes detailed expose on such topics as the eigen value problems associated with structural dynamics and spinning structures, computational aerodynamics, and numerical techniques of solving coupled structures-aerodynamics problems, among others. Overall, the authors ought to be congratulated for writing this timely and much needed text and is an excellent contribution to the field. It will be of interest and value to both academic and practicing aerospace, mechanical and civil engineering community.

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