Computational Methods and Experimental Measurements IX
Edited By: G. M. CARLOMAGNO, University of Naples di Napoli, Italy and C. A. BREBBIA, Wessex Institute of Technology, United Kingdom
Series Volume: 2
This book contains edited versions of the most relevant papers presented at the Ninth International Conference on Computational Methods and Experimental Measurements. The success of this unique series of meetings demonstrates the continuing need for a forum where scientists from different backgrounds can come together to confront computational codes with experimental evidence. Indeed, as computer models become ever more successful in simulating a widening range of engineering problems, it is even more essential that their progress be validated and verified.
The contributions included are divided under the following wide breadth of topics: Experimental Versus Analytical or Numerical Models; Interaction of Computer Codes and Experimental Models; Material Characterization Through Numerical Models and Experiments; Fluid Dynamics/Fluid Flow; Heat Transfer; Structural Problems and Stress Analysis; Vibrations; Material Problems and Identification; Computational Methods.
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