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by Yiwei Li,James H. Starnes Jr,Isaac Elishakoff

  • ISBN: 0521782104
  • Category: Engineering
  • Author: Yiwei Li,James H. Starnes Jr,Isaac Elishakoff
  • Subcategory: Engineering
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (January 29, 2001)
  • Pages: 350 pages
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This important work discusses stability analysis and buckling problems and offers practical tools for dealing with uncertainties that exist in real systems

This important work discusses stability analysis and buckling problems and offers practical tools for dealing with uncertainties that exist in real systems.

Elishakoff, Li, and Starnes, Jr. have given us a jewel of a book, one done with care and understanding of a complex . have given us a jewel of a book, one done with care and understanding of a complex and essential subject and one that seems to have ably filled a gap existing in the present-day literature and practice. Current Engineering Practice " Ocean.

This important work discusses stability analysis and buckling problems and offers practical tools for dealing with uncertainties that exist in real systems

This important work discusses stability analysis and buckling problems and offers practical tools for dealing with uncertainties that exist in real systems.

ISAAC ELISHAKOFF Florida Atlantic University. One author even remarked sarcastically that if they were put in a single bookcase, it would buckle under their weight. We do not complain that .. of the making of many books there is no end (Ecclesiastes 12:12), rather we ask a natural question: Is there a legitimate place for a new book in this field?

Elishakoff, Yiwei Li and James H. Starnes, J. Non‑Classical Problems in the Theory of Elastic Stability, Cambridge University Press, 2001, XVI +pp. 336; ISBN 0-521-78210-4.

Elishakoff, Yiwei Li and James H. International leadership. In 1986, Dr. I. Elishakoff co-organized the European Mechanics Colloquium on "Refined Dynamical Theories of Beams, Plates and Shells, and Their Applications" in Kassel, Federal Republic of Germany.

Isaac E. Elishakoff, Yiwei Li, Jr. James H. Starnes. When a structure is put under an increasing compressive load, it becomes unstable and buckling occurs. Buckling is a particularly significant concern in designing shell structures such as aircraft, automobiles, ships, or bridges. This book discusses stability analysis and buckling problems and offers practical tools for dealing with uncertainties that exist in real systems. The techniques are based on two complementary theories which are developed in the text.

By: Elishakoff, Isaac. Contributor(s): Li, Yiwei Starnes, James H. Material type: BookPublisher: Cambridge, UK ; New York, NY : Cambridge University Press, c2001Description: xvi, 336 p. : ill. ; 26 c. SBN: 0521782104. Subject(s): Structural stability - Statistical methods Probabilities Elastic analysis (Engineering) Buckling (Mechanics)DDC classification: 62. 7 Online resources: Publisher description Table of contents. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Request PDF On Jan 1, 2003, Patricio . Laura and others published Non-classical problems in the theory of elastic . Non-selfadjoint vibration, control and stability of thin elastic rectangular plates.

Non-selfadjoint vibration, control and stability of thin elastic rectangular plates.

Isaac Elishakoff, Yiwei Li, James H. Starnes, Jr. Online ISBN: 9780511529658. First, the probabilistic theory of stability is presented, with particular emphasis on reliability. Both theoretical and computational issues are discussed.

This book discusses stability analysis and buckling problems and offers practical tools for dealing with uncertainties that exist in real . Additional Product Features. Yiwei Li, Isaac E. Elishakoff, James H. Place of Publication.

This book discusses stability analysis and buckling problems and offers practical tools for dealing with uncertainties that exist in real systems.

When a structure is put under an increasing compressive load, it becomes unstable and buckling occurs. This important work discusses stability analysis and buckling problems and offers practical tools for dealing with uncertainties that exist in real systems. The techniques are based on two complementary theories that are developed in the text: the probabilistic theory of stability and "anti-optimization," a theory that is valid when the necessary information for probabilistic analysis is absent, that is, when only scant data are available. Design engineers, researchers, and graduate students in aerospace, mechanical, marine, and civil engineering concerned with issues of structural integrity will find this book a useful reference source.

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