Publication detail

Application of Numerical Simulation for Solving of Stability Problems

PETRUŠKA, J., HOLÝ, S., JÁGROVÁ, K.

Original Title

Application of Numerical Simulation for Solving of Stability Problems

English Title

Application of Numerical Simulation for Solving of Stability Problems

Type

conference paper

Language

en

Original Abstract

Buckling and post-buckling mean the serious problem in various mechanical engineering branches, i.e. aircraft design. Analytical computations based on verified simplifying assumptions correlated with experimentally determined limit loads is still the basic approach to thin-walled load-carrying parts of machines design. Shape complexity, statically indeterminateness and missing experimental data introduce heavy difficulties into previously mentioned approach. Finite element method (FEM) is powerful tool resolving both shape complexity and statically indeterminateness of structures.

English abstract

Buckling and post-buckling mean the serious problem in various mechanical engineering branches, i.e. aircraft design. Analytical computations based on verified simplifying assumptions correlated with experimentally determined limit loads is still the basic approach to thin-walled load-carrying parts of machines design. Shape complexity, statically indeterminateness and missing experimental data introduce heavy difficulties into previously mentioned approach. Finite element method (FEM) is powerful tool resolving both shape complexity and statically indeterminateness of structures.

Released

01.01.2004

Publisher

ČVUT Praha

Location

Praha

ISBN

80-86607-11-9

Book

Workshop 2004

Pages from

237

Pages to

238

Pages count

2

BibTex


@inproceedings{BUT17030,
  author="Jindřich {Petruška} and Stanislav {Holý} and Jitka {Jágrová}",
  title="Application of Numerical Simulation for Solving of Stability Problems",
  annote="Buckling and post-buckling mean the serious problem in various mechanical engineering branches, i.e. aircraft design. Analytical computations based on verified simplifying assumptions correlated with experimentally determined limit loads is still the basic approach to thin-walled load-carrying parts of machines design. Shape complexity, statically indeterminateness and missing experimental data introduce heavy difficulties into previously mentioned approach. Finite element method (FEM) is powerful tool resolving both shape complexity and statically indeterminateness of structures.",
  address="ČVUT Praha",
  booktitle="Workshop 2004",
  chapter="17030",
  institution="ČVUT Praha",
  year="2004",
  month="january",
  pages="237",
  publisher="ČVUT Praha",
  type="conference paper"
}