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Author: Johannes W. Altenbach,Wolfgang Kissing,Holm Altenbach
ISBN: 3540408657
Pages: 470 pages
Publisher: Springer; 2004 edition (March 19, 2004)
Language: English
Category: Engineering
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e-Book Mechanics of Composite Structural Elements (Foundations of Engineering Mechanics) epub download

by Johannes W. Altenbach,Wolfgang Kissing,Holm Altenbach



Holm Altenbach (Author), Johannes W. Altenbach (Author), Wolfgang Kissing (Author) & 0 more. This textbook is written for use not only in engineering curricula of aerospace, civil and mechanical engineering, but also for materials science and applied mechanics.

Holm Altenbach (Author), Johannes W. ISBN-13: 978-3540408659. No prior knowledge of composite materials and structures is required for the understanding of its content. The structure and the level of presentation is close to classical courses of "Strength of Materials" or "Theory of Beams, Plates and Shells".

Authors: Altenbach, Holm, Altenbach, Johannes, Kissing, Wolfgang. Offers a systematic introduction to the structural mechanics of composite components. Focuses on modeling and calculation of sandwiches and laminated composites . anisotropic material. The book focusses on modeling and calculation of sandwiches and laminated composites .

There are also disadvantages - for example, composite laminates are brittle, and thejoining of such elements is not as easy as with classical materials.

In the past, these structures were used primarily in aircraft and aerospace industries. There are also disadvantages - for example, composite laminates are brittle, and thejoining of such elements is not as easy as with classical materials. The recycling of these materials is also problematic, and a viable solution is yet to be developed.

Authors: Altenbach, Holm, Altenbach, Johannes . Kissing, Wolfgang.

Altenbach, . Altenbach, . Kissing, W., Published by Springer

Altenbach, ., Published by Springer. ISBN 10: 3540408657 ISBN 13: 9783540408659.

Holm Altenbach (1956) is since 2011 a Full Professor at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the . Wolfgang Kissing (1938) was a Professor of Engineering Mechanics/Strength of Materials at the University of Applied Sciences Wismar, Germany.

Holm Altenbach (1956) is since 2011 a Full Professor at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the iversity Magdeburg, Germany. Having obtained a Diploma Degree (1980) and a Doctoral Degree (1983) at the Leningrad Polytechnic he received the Facultas docendi in Engineering Mechanics in Magdeburg. In 1987 he obtained the Doctor of Engineering Sciences (D. Ing. at the Leningrad Polytechnic.

Holm Altenbach currently works at the Institute of Mechanic (IFME), iversität Magdeburg. Their current project is 'Mechanics of microstructured solids and thin-walled structures'. Holm Altenbach currently works at the Institute of Mechanic (IFME), iversität Magdeburg. Skills and Expertise.

Holm Altenbach, Johannes W. Altenbach, Wolfgang Kissing. In the past, these structures were used primarily in aircraft and aerospace industries.

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Laminate and sandwich structures are typical lightweight elements with rapidly ex­ panding application in various industrial fields. In the past, these structures were used primarily in aircraft and aerospace industries. Now, they have also found ap­ plication in civil and mechanical engineering, in the automotive industry, in ship­ building, the sport goods industries, etc. The advantages that these materials have over traditional materials like metals and their alloys are the relatively high specific strength properties (the ratio strength to density, etc). In addition, the laminate and sandwich structures provide good vibration and noise protection, thermal insulation, etc. There are also disadvantages - for example, composite laminates are brittle, and thejoining of such elements is not as easy as with classical materials. The recycling of these materials is also problematic, and a viable solution is yet to be developed. Since the application of laminates and sandwiches has been used mostly in new technologies, governmental and independent research organizations, as well as big companies, have spent a lot of money for research. This includes the development of new materials by material scientists, new design concepts by mechanical and civil engineers as well as new testing procedures and standards. The growing de­ mands of the industry for specially educated research and practicing engineers and material scientists have resulted in changes in curricula of the diploma and master courses. More and more universities have included special courses on laminates and sandwiches, and training programs have been arranged for postgraduate studies.