Beam structures: classical and advanced theories

Carrera, E, Giunta, G and Petrolo, M 2011, Beam structures: classical and advanced theories, John Wiley and Sons, Chichester, United Kingdom.


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Title Beam structures: classical and advanced theories
Author(s) Carrera, E
Giunta, G
Petrolo, M
Year 2011
Publisher John Wiley and Sons
Place of publication Chichester, United Kingdom
Subjects Aerospace Engineering not elsewhere classified
Summary Beam theories are exploited worldwide to analyze civil, mechanical, automotive, and aerospace structures. Many beam approaches have been proposed during the last centuries by eminent scientists such as Euler, Bernoulli, Navier, Timoshenko, Vlasov, etc. Most of these models are problem dependent: they provide reliable results for a given problem, for instance a given section and cannot be applied to a different one. Beam Structures: Classical and Advanced Theories proposes a new original unified approach to beam theory that includes practically all classical and advanced models for beams and which has become established and recognised globally as the most important contribution to the field in the last quarter of a century. The Carrera Unified Formulation (CUF) has hierarchical properties, that is, the error can be reduced by increasing the number of the unknown variables. This formulation is extremely suitable for computer implementations and can deal with most typical engineering challenges. It overcomes the problem of classical formulae that require different formulas for tension, bending, shear and torsion; it can be applied to any beam geometries and loading conditions, reaching a high level of accuracy with low computational cost, and can tackle problems that in most cases are solved by employing plate/shell and 3D formulations.
DOI - identifier 10.1002/9781119978565
ISBN 9780470972007
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