Modern Experimental Stress Analysis

Modern Experimental Stress Analysis

Modern Experimental Stress Analysis (completing the solution of partially specified problems)  by James F. Doyle

MODERN EXPERIMENTAL STRESS ANALYSISContents

Preface ix
Notation xi
Introduction 1
1 Finite Element Methods
1.1 Deformation and Strain
1.2 Tractions and Stresses
1.3 Governing Equations ofMotion
1.4 Material Behavior
1.5 The Finite ElementMethod
1.6 Some Finite Element Discretizations
1.7 Dynamic Considerations
1.8 Geometrically Nonlinear Problems
1.9 NonlinearMaterials
2 Experimental Methods 
2.1 Electrical Filter Circuits
2.2 Digital Recording and Manipulation of Signals
2.3 Electrical Resistance Strain Gages
2.4 Strain Gage Circuits
2.5 Motion and Force Transducers
2.6 Digital Recording and Analysis of Images
2.7 Moir´e Analysis of Displacement
2.8 Holographic Interferometry
2.9 Photoelasticity
3 Inverse Methods
3.1 Analysis of Experimental Data
3.2 ParametricModeling of Data
3.3 Parameter Identification with Extrapolation
3.4 Identification of Implicit Parameters
3.5 Inverse Theory for Ill-Conditioned Problems
3.6 Some Regularization Forms
4 Static Problems
4.1 Force Identification Problems
4.2 Whole-Field Displacement Data
4.3 Strain Gages
4.4 Traction Distributions
4.5 Nonlinear Data Relations
4.6 Parameter Identification Problems
4.7 Choosing the Parameterization
4.8 Discussion
5 Transient Problems with Time Data
5.1 The Essential Difficulty
5.2 Deconvolution using Sensitivity Responses
5.3 Experimental Studies
5.4 Scalability Issues: Recursive Formulation
5.5 The One-Sided Hopkinson Bar
5.6 Identifying Localized Stiffness and Mass
5.7 Implicit Parameter Identification
5.8 Force Location Problems
5.9 Discussion
6 Transient Problems with Space Data
6.1 Space–Time Deconvolution
6.2 PreliminaryMetrics
6.3 Traction Distributions
6.4 Dynamic Photoelasticity
6.5 Identification Problems
6.6 Force Location for a Shell Segment
6.7 Discussion
7 Nonlinear Problems
7.1 Static Inverse Method
7.2 Nonlinear Structural Dynamics
7.3 Nonlinear Elastic Behavior
7.4 Elastic-Plastic Materials
7.5 Nonlinear Parameter Identification
7.6 Dynamics of Cracks
7.7 Highly Instrumented Structures
7.8 Discussion
Afterword
References
Index

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