American Society of Civil Engineers

Recent Advances in Engineering Mechanics and Their Impact on Civil Engineering Practice

by W. F. Chen, (editor) and A. D. M. Lewis, (editor)
New York, NY: American Society of Civil Engineers, 978-0-87262-358-3 / 0-87262-358-0 (print), 1983, 1326 pp., 2 vol.     (Barcode: 796865748)

Conference information: Fourth Engineering Mechanics Division Specialty Conference; May 23-25, 1983, West Lafayette, Indiana, United States

ASCE sponsor: Engineering Mechanics Institute (EMI)

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Document type: Books - Conference Proceedings
Abstract: The emphasis of these proceedings is on contributions and advances in the areas of solid and fluid mechanics that advance civil engineering practice. The main topic considered are, computers and informations systems, dynamics and structural behaviour, elasticity, experimental analysis and instrumentation, inelastic behavior, mathematical methods, probabilistic methods, properties of materials, stabilitv, fluids, and measurement techniques and prediction methods in turbulent flows. These areas are discussed theoretically, analytically, and in application to various types of structures, structural components and materials, and in relation to forces, loads, vibrations, temperature and other influences on structural behavior and response.

ASCE Subject Headings:
Engineering mechanics
Fluid mechanics
Structural dynamics
Material properties
Turbulent flow

Library of Congress Call Number:  TA349.R4 1983
Library of Congress Subject Headings: Mechanics, Applied--Congresses.
Civil engineering--Congresses.