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  1. Introduction to Statical Mechanics by G. S. Rushbrooke, 1960
  2. An Introduction to Stochastic Processes and Nonequilinrium Statical Physics (Series on Advances in Statistical Mechanics) by Haracio S. Wio, 1994-03
  3. Tracts on mechanics;: Comprising: I. Theory of work. II. Graphical solution of statical problems, by Morgan W. Crofton. III. Artillery machines, by Major ... for the use of the Royal military academy by Morgan W Crofton, 1881
  4. Electric Power Industry. Central Research Institute. Technical Lab., Tokyo, Japan. Technical report by Tadashi Hatano, 1968
  5. A First Course of Physical Laboratory Practice by Arthur Mason Worthington, 2000-05-29

21. Articles: August 2000
pdf, rtf Title The Transition from Plan to Market in Russia and China A MonteCarlo Simulation Based on the statical mechanics Ising Model Authors Paolo
August 2000
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Title: World-Wide Web scaling exponent from Simon's 1955 model
Authors: Stefan Bornholdt Holger Ebel (Kiel University)
Comments: 1 page RevTeX, no figures
Subj-class: Disordered Systems and Neural Networks; Statistical Mechanics
... Here we recall a classical model for general scaling phenomena and argue that it offers an explanation for the World-Wide Web's scaling exponent when combined with a recent measurement of internet growth.

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Title: Life in the Stockmarket - a Realistic Model for Trading
Authors: Fabio Franci Lorenzo Matassini (1) ((1) Max-Planck-Institut fuer Physik komplexer Systeme Dresden)
Comments: 4 pages, 4 figures Subj-class: Statistical Mechanics We propose a frustrated and disordered many-body model of a stockmarket in which independent adaptive traders can trade a stock subject to the economic law of supply and demand.
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22. Drexel University :: Mechanical Engineering And Mechanics :: Graduate Course Des
MEM 660 Theory of Elasticity I. Summarizes mechanics of materials Courses MEM 669 Structural mechanics. Prerequisite Permission of Instructor. Covers statical determinacy and


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MEM 699 Independent Study and Research in Mechanical Engineering
Prerequisite: permission of department. Variable credits/term MEM 800 Special Topics
Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Covers topics of current interest to faculty and students; specific topics for each term will be announced prior to registration. May be repeated for credit if topics vary. (Y, F, W, S) 2 - 12 credits/term MEM 898 Master's Thesis
(F, W, S) 2 - 12 credits/term MEM 998 Ph.D. Dissertation
(Y, F, W, S) 2 - 12 credits/term
MEM 569 Introduction to Composite Materials I
Introduces anisotropic elasticity, lamina stiffness and compliance, plane-stress and plane-strain, stress-strain relations of a lamina, testing methods, engineering elastic constants, failure criteria, and micromechanics. (Y, F) MEM 570 Introduction to Composite Materials II
Prerequisite: MEM 569. Covers laminated plate theory, stiffness and compliance of laminated plates, effect of laminate configuration on elastic performance, and review of research topics. (Y, W) MEM 571 Introduction to Robot Technology
Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Covers robot configuration; components, actuators, and sensors; vision; and control, performance, and programming. Includes lectures and laboratory. (Y, F)

23. HES2120 - Structural Mechanics
HES2120 Structural mechanics. Structural behaviour (8%) * Modelling of structures;equilibrium, statical and kinematic determinacy; stability of structural

24. Applied Mechanics
MINE1300 Applied mechanics. to mechanical components.Statics definition of forceand moment, static equilibrium of rigid bodies, statical equivalence of

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    25. Drexel University :: Mechanical Engineering And Mechanics :: Requested Page Does
    J., Engineering Fracture mechanics, Vol. 52, pp statical Indentation Laws in the Impact Analysis of Laminated Composite Plates", with C. T. Sun, Journal of Applied mechanics

    26. Technical Mechanics, COURSE UNIT DESCRIPTION
    couples, distributed forces, conditions of equilibrium, basic principles of mechanics,systems of girders (beams), bearing types, statical determinable and
    Course title Technical Mechanics Course code EuI ***** Time period 3. semester (WS) Lectures 2 hours per week Tutorials 1 hour per week Practicals Total contribution 30 hours Private studies Credits 3 points
    Course Leader Prof. Dr. rer. nat. habil. Dieter Schott Department Electrical Engineering and Informatics Contact Building 16, Room 105, Tel: 322, Email: Status of the course obligatory for students of Electrical Engineering
    (partly suitable for students of other technical branches)

    Prerequisites Basic knowledge of Mathematics and Physics
    (2 semester course for each subject)
    Co-requisites none Recommended
    Prior studies Course EuI *****Mathematics
    Course EuI *****Physics
    Co-studies none Barred combinations none
    Teaching method Lectures supported by transparencies, Exercises with discussion of prepared and unprepared tasks Teaching aids Copies of transparencies and tasks are distributed to the students Examination method
    written examination of 90 minutes, divided in a question part of 30 minutes without any aids and a task part of 60 minutes, where pocket calculators and collection of formulas are admissible

    27. P. Litewka Homepage
    12 P. Litewka, R. Sygulski, statical Analysis of Bridge Slabs by the Finite StripMethod, XIII Polish Conference on Computer Methods in mechanics, Poznañ, 5
    Przemys³aw Litewka polski English deutsch statistics of visitors (hmmm... only in Polish) since 20/03/2003: Contents Personal Teaching Published papers Contributions to Congresses, Conferences and Symposia ... Links
    Personal (top)
    Address Dr. Przemys³aw Litewka Institute of Structural Engineering Poznan University of Technology ul. Piotrowo 5 60-965 Poznañ Poland tel.: +48-61-6652475 fax: +48-61-8766116 email: Short CV born in Poznañ , Poland; basic education at primary and comprehensive schools in Poznañ; studies, civil engineering at Poznañ University of Technology; studies, civil engineering at the University of Nottingham , UK, under EC Tempus scheme; M.Sc. at Poznañ University of Technology: assistant ( asystent ) at Poznan University of Technology, Institute of Structural Engineering, Department of Structural Mechanics; Ph.D. at Poznan University of Technology: „An effective finite element with large curvature" (in Polish); assistant professor ( adiunkt ) at Poznan University of Technology, Institute of Structural Engineering, Department of Structural Mechanics;

    28. About Faculty Of Engineering Tel Aviv University
    Credit Points 3.5. Prerequisites mechanics of Solids (2) (a) Introduction to structuralanalysis. statical determinacy and redundancy. Flexibility matrices.
    Sylabuses Mechanical Engineering
    Mechanics of Particles
    Credit Points: Statics of particles. Vectors. Particles equilibrium. Forces in plane and in space. Kinematics of particles. Reclilinear motion, general motion. Relative motion, Coriolis acceleration. Dynamics of particles, Newton
    - Dynamics, 5th ed.,
    McGraw-Hill, 1998. Chapters
    Statics of Rigid Body
    Credit points: 3.5
    Prerequisites: Mechanics of Particles
    Main Principles of mechanics. Concept of force. Forces as vectors. Equivalent systems of forces. Equilibrium of rigid bodies. Distributed forces. Center of gravity. Centroids of areas. Hydrostatics. First moments of areas and lines. Moments of inertia of areas. Analysis of structures. Trusses, frames and beams. Internal forces and moments in trusses, frames and beams. Analysis of cables. Method of virtual work. Potential energy. Textbooks: Beer, F.P. and E.R. Johnston: "Vector Mechanics for Engineers - Statics", SI Metric Edition, McGraw-Hill, 1988.

    29. Drexel University :: Mechanical Engineering And Mechanics :: Tein-Min Tan : Publ
    Use of statical Indentation Laws in the Impact Analysis of Laminated CompositePlates , with CT Sun, Journal of Applied mechanics, Vol. 52, pp. 612, 1985.

    30. Department Of Structural Mechanics
    at shakedown are based on extremum energy principles of mechanics for deformable Generaland discrete dual models in statical and kinematical formulations for
    Saulëtekio al. 11,
    LT-2040 Vilnius, Lithuania
    Tel 370 2 76 67 84;
    Fax 370 2 70 04 94;
    E-mail: Prof Dr Habil Juozas ATKOÈIÛNAS Academic staff: 8, including Prof Dr Habil 1, Assoc Prof Dr 7; Doctoral student 2.
    Professors: Juozas Atkoèiûnas, Aleksandras Èyras (Emeritus) »» Structural optimisation theory and numerical methods of mechanics
    »» Optimisation and design
    »» Application of mathematical programming in engineering plasticity Design of elastoplastic systems under repeated loading (1987-96) Prof Dr Habil J. Atkoèiûnas. Principles of design of elastic-plastic discrete structures under repeated loading using the non-linear mathematical programming methods are presented. The formulations of mathematical models of the problems at shakedown are based on extremum energy principles of mechanics for deformable solids and the theory of duality of mathematical programming. Numerical experiments have been solved. Design computation theory and optimisation methods (1995–98).

    31. KTH Mechanics / Internal Report Information
    KTH / mechanics / Research / Report list / Report information Internalreport. Two of the statical methods seems to be identical.

    32. KTH Mechanics / Defense Information
    KTH / mechanics / Research / Dissertation list / Dissertation informationDoctoral thesis. Two of the statical methods seems to be identical.

    33. Statical Determinacy
    mechanics AND STRUCTURES. statical determinacy. The degree of staticaldeterminacy of a plane frame indicates the category of methods
    Statical determinacy
    The degree of statical determinacy of a plane frame indicates the category of methods that could be applied to determine the magnitude and type of force in each member of the frame. This learning outcome deals with frames, the degree of statical determinacy of which is zero; such frames are said to be "statically determinate." The degree of statical determinacy, i, of a plane frame could be determined using the following equation: i = m + r - 2j where, m is the number of members r is the number of support reactions j is the number of joints or nodes For a statically determinate frame, i = m + r - 2j = When a frame is statically determinate (i.e., i = 0), the three equations of static equilibrium could be used to calculate the forces in members of the frame. The analysis of statically indeterminate frames is complex and beyond the scope of the present learning outcome. Exploratory exercise(s) Calculate the degree of statical determinacy of the following trusses: (i) Kingpost truss.

    34. TUD : ACTUAL RESEARCH REPORT - Institute Of Materials And Mechanics In Civil Eng
    material behaviour requires effective numerical algorithms based on continuum mechanics. themodelling of structures to comprehend the statical and dynamical
    Institute of Materials and Mechanics in Civil Engineering Foreword by the President Tips for users Departments of the TUD Collaborative research centers ... Research homepage Full text search: Quick search in research report Advanced search in research report Advanced search in bibliography
    Sekretariat: Institut für Statik, Fachbereich 13
    Alexanderstr. 7
    64283 Darmstadt
    Tel.: +49-6151-16-2537
    Fax: +49-6151-16-2338
    Building/Room: S302 / 222
    Description of the Institute: The institute for Materials and Mechanics in Civil Engineering wants to procure the coherence from modelling to system optimization without getting material specific. Thereby both theoretical work like calculation methods or safety theory and real applications are dealt with. A main point of interest is modelling and simulation of the load carrying behaviour of structures in civil engineering. Here, innovative materials like fibre reinforced composites are investigated. The simulation of ultimate states considering inelastic material behaviour requires effective numerical algorithms based on continuum mechanics. The resulting non-linear partial differential equations are solved approximately using the finite element method. The second main working field includes the development of new materials (e.g. glass and plastics) and their use in building industry upon special consideration of the safety theory. Another major field is the modelling of structures to comprehend the statical and dynamical behaviour. Additionally building aspects of environmental protection are dealt with.

    35. Course Description
    . ENGINEER 2P04 ENGINEERING mechanics A . Principal stresses; deflection of beams; statical indeterminacy.......Departmental Notes Course

    Departmental Notes
    Course Description
    ENGINEER 2P04 ENGINEERING MECHANICS 'A' Principles of statics as applied to deformable solid bodies. Stress and strain, elastic behaviour of simple members under axial force, bending and torsion. Principal stresses; deflection of beams; statical indeterminacy. Three lectures, plus one unit comprising tutorials or lectures devoted to applications, at the discretion of the instructor; first term Prerequisite: PHYSICS 1D03 McMaster Undergraduate Calendar 2003-2004

    36. Publications
    Analysis of the statical Problems of a Hanging Net with Geometrical Imperfections.I Conference on Random Problems in Structural mechanics, Gdañsk 1980, pp.
    D D.Sc.
    7. PUBLICATIONS (before PhD)
    1. QUALIFICATION WORKS (Ph D, D.Sc. Statics and Dynamics of Cable-Membrane Hanging Roofs in Materially and Geometrically Non-linear Approach . Politechnika Gdañska, Gdañsk, 1984, pp. 1-150 (in Polish). Non-linear Numerical Analysis and Experiments on Vibrations of Elasto-Viscoplastic Plates ans Shells. Monografie Politechniki Gdañskiej Vol. 8, 1999, pp. 1-201 (in Polish). BOOKS, SCRIPTS AND RAPPORTS 1. Grabowska A., K³osowski P.: Obs³uga programu Autocad w æwiczeniach . Wyd. Politechniki Gdañskiej, 199/130 Gdañsk 1996. pp. 1-94 (in Polish). 2. K³osowski P.: Dynamic and Rheological Analysis of Geometrically Nonlinear Laminated Plates and Shells. Report of Research Fellowship Co-operation in Science and Technology with Central and Eastern European Countries. Commission of the European Communities. Lille (France) July-September 1993. pages 71, fig. 37, bibl. 49. 3. K³osowski P., Grabowska A.: Obs³uga programu Autocad 14 i 2000 w æwiczeniach.

    37. CIVLE208:Structural Mechanics
    This course is a continuation of Structural mechanics course unit e201. basic principlesof elastic analysis; statical and kinematical indeterminacy; virtual
    CIVLE208: Structural Mechanics
    Lecturer: Professor J G A Croll
    • Course Overview This course is a continuation of Structural Mechanics course unit e201. The objectives are to develop a deeper understanding of the fundamentals of engineering structural behaviour and its analysis using both elastic and plastic mathematical models. Elastic modelling will include: 2-dimensional elasticity; non-standard problems of bending and torsion; thin-walled sections; behaviour of framed structures under working loads; and the nonlinear behaviour and stability of structural columns. The concepts and theorems of plasticity will be introduced and their use in predicting the collapse behaviour of ductile framed structures will be developed.
    • Syllabus
      • bending of non-symmetric sections, torsion of thin-walled sections
      • qualitative structural analysis
      • basic principles of elastic analysis; statical and kinematical indeterminacy

    38. Solid And Structural Mechanics Books-Nielsen
    is on practical design; almost all the elementary concrete mechanics problemsare design; the theory of plain concrete; statical conditions; geometrical
    Solid and Structural Mechanics Books
    Mechanics of structures - Concrete structures and materials
    Nielsen, M. P.
    Limit Analysis and Concrete Plasticity
    CRC Press,
    Boca Raton, FL, 1998 (2nd Ed.), 936 pp.
    ISBN 0849391261 This book covers the most relevant topics related to plastic design methods, providing a reliable alternative to existing empirical methods. The numerical methods and computer code for solving problems, incorporating methods into Eurocode 2 are presented. The emphasis is on practical design; almost all the elementary concrete mechanics problems are treated in such a way that the solutions may be directly applied by the designer. Other topics include: fundamental problems associated with effectiveness factors; concentrated forces; shear walls and deep beams; beams with normal forces and torsional moments; membrane effects in slabs; joints and bond strength. Basic principles of plasticity theory is explained and its applications to the design of reinforced and prestressed concrete structures are outlined. The book is directed to students and practising engineers working with concrete design. home author index title index subject index

    39. School Of Civil Engineering & Mechanics
    and direction Experimental mechanics, Biomechanics, The mechanical characteristicmeasurements on engineering materials and biomaterials; The statical and
    Home Admission
    T Homepage of the school
    Degree Programs
    The Department of Engineering Mechanics U T
    R elevant researches focus on intellectual structure, steel structure, security and endurance of structure, interaction of base and upside structure, rock and soil engineering. Among the faculty members, academician Ge Xiurun, Professor Liu Xila, Huang Jinzhi and Kou Xinjian are well known. Professors P rofessor Liu Zheng-Xing
    Research field and direction:Computational Solid Mechanics theory and method of finite element, distributed sensing/excitation and controlling theory of piezoelectric elastic bodies, stochastic finite element and structural reliability analysis, structural response for coupling system of solid and fluid.
    E-mail: P rofessor Liu Yan-Zhu , Graduated from the research class of engineering mechanics, Tsinghua University,Director of Institute of Engineering Mechanics.
    Research field and direction: The early research subject was dynamics of rigid body and gyrodynamics, and changed to multibody dynamics, dynamics of fluid-filled system, attitude dynamics of spacecraft and biomechanics of sports in the 80th years. The recent research field is the nonlinear dynamics in the attitude motion of complex spacecraft, including the stability, bifurcation and chaos.
    P rofessor Hong Jia-Zhen
    Research field and direction:Dynamics, Vibration and Control, multi-rigidbody dynamics, flexible multibody dynamics, compute-aided analysis of dynamics and control for aero/astrovehicles, rail/road vehicle, multipulators, robots and complex mechanisms.

    40. ENPM 808M
    Text Cook, R. and Young, W., Advanced mechanics of Materials, Prentice Hall, UpperSaddle River, NJ, 1999, 496 pp. Energy Methods statical Indeterminacy.
    ENPM 808M Advanced Mechanics of Materials Instructor: His professional engineering responsibilities include the development and application of structural reliability assessment methodologies, probability-based flight certification design criteria, and corrosion-assisted fatigue analysis. Recently he received the SAE G-11 Distinguished Probabilistic Methods Support Award for his work in the development and application of probability-based methodologies to assess the reliability and risk of airframe structures. Course Location: Southern Maryland Higher Education Center
    Course Objective: The objectives are to formulate and quantify the mechanical/physical responses of structural components and configurations subjected to loads. The stress resultants due to tension, torsion and bending will be determined. The stresses, strains and displacements in structures subjected to static loads will be calculated. Contents: The course focus is on the "statics of deformable bodies."

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