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Engineering
Author: Dr. William. P Rodden
ISBN: 0692012419
Subcategory: Engineering
Pages 814 pages
Publisher The Americas Group; 1 edition (December 1, 2011)
Language English
Category: Engineering
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eBook Theoretical and Computational Aeroelasticity download

by Dr. William. P Rodden


It is chock-full of theoretical information, details of developing analyses, and historical insight from an insider of the field as it developed. Rodden has been an important figure in the world of aeroelasticity for well over 40 years, being particularly known for the development of the ‘Doublet-Lattice’ method which has been the workhorse of flutter and gust response computations in the aerospace industry worldwide since the 1970s. Dr Jonathan E. Cooper, University of Bristol (UK), The Aeronautical Journal, September 2012.

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6 . The Role of Aeroelasticity in Aerospace Vehicle Design. 9 . Force and Coordinate Systems

6 . Force and Coordinate Systems. 14. Chapter 2. A Brief History of Aeroelasticity.

The contents of this book reflect a lifetime of experience in all theoretical and computational aspects of aeroelasticity.

Shipping & Handling by region. The contents of this book reflect a lifetime of experience in all theoretical and computational aspects of aeroelasticity. After graduation from the University of California, Berkeley, with a Master s Degree, Rodden began his career as a stress analyst and an aerodynamic stability and control analyst in the Southern California aerospace industry.

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A Modern Course in Aeroelasticity, Sijthoff & Noordhoff, Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands. Areader who achieves a substantial command of the material con­ tained in this book should be able to read with understanding most of the literature in the field

A Modern Course in Aeroelasticity, Sijthoff & Noordhoff, Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands. Dowell, E. A Modern Course in Aeroelasticity, Sijthoff & Noordhoff, Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands, 1978. A modern course in aeroelasticity. Areader who achieves a substantial command of the material con­ tained in this book should be able to read with understanding most of the literature in the field. Possible exceptions may be certain special aspects of the subject such as the aeroelasticity of plates and sheIls or the use of electronic feedback control to modify aeroelastic behavior. The first author has considered the former topic in aseparate volume.

Book · September 2014 with 78 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. A valuable translation version in Chinese of the excellent textbook of Dr. W. P Rodden.

Theoretical and Computational Aeroelasticity, W. P. Rodden, Crest Publishing. Distributed by The Americas Group, 520 S. Sepulveda Blvd. ISBN 978-0-692-01241-3.

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This is an advanced text for practicing aerospace, structural, and mechanical engineers as well as graduate engineering students. The emphasis is on the problems fixed-wing aircraft experience in flight. It includes discussions of the history of aeroelasticity, the fundamentals of steady and unsteady aerodynamics as well as structural deflection and vibration theory. Issues of quasi-steady maneuvering flight and flutter stability are considered along with transient response to landing and gust loads and random response to atmospheric turbulence and runway roughness. The final chapters of the book cover aeroservoelasticity wing movement and flight control matters; aerothermoelasticity wing movement and the effects of temperature and thermal stresses; and, aeroelastic design by optimization based on the author s lifetime of work as a consulting aeronautical engineer and teacher in the field of aeroelasticity. The alphabetical reference list is comprehensive. Several appendices review relevant prerequisite material and historical topics.