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Computational Methods and Experimental Measurements XVIII

Edited By: Y. Villacampa, Universidad de Alicante, Spain; G.M. Carlomagno, University of Naples "Federico II", Italy; S. Ivorra, University of Alicante, Spain; C.A. Brebbia, Wessex Institute, UK


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WIT Transactions on Engineering Sciences

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Papers presented at the 18th International Conference on Computational Methods and Experimental Measurements form this book, which includes research from scientists, researchers and specialists who perform experiments, develop computer codes and carry out measurements on prototypes. A wide variety of topics related to new experimental and computational methods are explored.

Improvements relating to computational methods have generated an ever-increasing expansion of computational simulations that permeate all fields of science and technology. Validating the results of these improvements can be achieved by carrying out committed and accurate experiments, which have undertaken continuous development. Current experimental techniques have become more complex and sophisticated so that they require the intensive use of computers, both for running experiments as well as acquiring and processing the resulting data.

Topics covered in the included papers relate to: Computational and experimental methods; Fluid flow; Structural and stress analysis; Electromagnetic problems; Structural integrity; Destructive and non-destructive testing; Heat transfer and thermal processes; Advances in computational methods; Automotive and Aerospace applications; Applications in industry; Ocean engineering and marine structures; Fluid structure interaction; Bio-electromagnetics; Hybrid methods; Process simulations; Validation of computer modelling; Virtual testing and verification; Simulation and forecasting; Measurements in engineering.

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