Modelling in Engineering 2020: Applied Mechanics

Modelling in Engineering 2020: Applied Mechanics

English | PDF | 2021 | 299 Pages | ISBN : 3030684547 | 67.8 MB

This book includes the outcomes of the 59th Symposium "Modelowanie w Mechanice" (Engineering Modelling in Mechanics) held in Ustro¨½ from 22 February to 26 February 2020. The International Conference has an over 58-year-old history and is organized by the Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics of Silesian University of Technology under the patronage of the Polish Society of Theoretical and AppliedMechanics, Gliwice Branch.
Subjects of the conference are modelling of mechatronic systems, machinery dynamics, control systems, sensitivity analysis and optimization, numerical modelling and experimental methods in mechanics, biomechanics, heat flow analysis, fluid mechanics, etc. The papers are dealing with interdisciplinary problems in which mechanical phenomena are of decisive importance.

The potential reader of this book will find their set of papers concentrated on the use of computer-aided design, virtual modelling, numerical simulations, fast prototyping and experimental tests of mechanical systems. It is an area of versatile and interdisciplinary research trends with one of the mainstreams focusing on applied mechanics.


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