Computational Mechanics ’95

Computational Mechanics ’95

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AI!, in the earlier conferences (Tokyo, 1986; Atlanta, 1988, Melbourne, 1991; and Hong Kong, 1992) the response to the call for presentations at ICES-95 in Hawaii has been overwhelming. A very careful screening of the extended abstracts resulted in about 500 paper being accepted for presentation. Out of these, written versions of about 480 papers reached the conference secretariat in Atlanta in time for inclusion in these proceedings. The topics covered at ICES-95 range over the broadest spectrum of computational engineering science. The editors thank the international scientific committee, for their advice and encouragement in making ICES-95 a successful scientific event. Special thanks are expressed to the International Association for Boundary Elements Methods for hosting IABEM-95 in conjunction with ICES-95. The editors here express their deepest gratitude to Ms. Stacy Morgan for her careful handling of a myriad of details of ICES-95, often times under severe time constraints. The editors hope that the readers of this proceedings will find a kaleidoscopic view of computational engineering in the year 1995, as practiced in various parts of the world. Satya N. Atluri Atlanta, Georgia, USA Genki Yagawa Tokyo, Japan Thomas A. Cruse Nashville, TN, USA Organizing Committee Professor Genki Yagawa, University of Tokyo, Japan, Chair Professor Satya Atluri, Georgia Institute of Technology, U.S.A.Volume 1 and Volume 2 Theory and Applications S.N. Atluri, G. Yagawa, Thomas A. Cruse. were not affected ... [7] Hibbit, Karlsson aamp; Sorensen, Inc. : ABAQUS-4.8 Example Problems Manual, Pawtucket, Rhode Island, (1989). [8] S.Nagasawaanbsp;...

Title:Computational Mechanics ’95
Author:S.N. Atluri, G. Yagawa, Thomas A. Cruse
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-11-11


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