By M M Lehman (auth.), Juhani Iivari, Kalle Lyytinen, Matti Rossi (eds.)
This quantity constitutes the court cases of the seventh foreign convention on complicated details platforms Engineering, CAiSE '95, held in Jyväskylä, Finland in June 1995.
The 26 complete papers offered during this quantity have been chosen from greater than a hundred submissions; moreover there are 3 invited papers. one of the contributing authors are lecturers in addition to info process practitioners from and management. the amount is equipped in sections on behaviour modelling, specifications engineering, 00 thoughts and purposes, paintings and conversation modelling, meta modelling, person interface concerns, CASE integration, reuse, conceptual modelling matters, and software program improvement issues.
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Whilst the lateral buckling of pinned arches has received some research treatment, it appears that the flexural-torsional buckling of fixed arches has not been reported in the open literature. The buckling solutions are quite different from those of pinned arches, and furthermore they illustrate that the concept of an ‘effective length’ approach, that is often useful for determining the buckling response of straight beams or columns, is not applicable for the flexural-torsional buckling of arches.
New concepts in the field of construction, control and generation resulted in improved quality and efficiency of the wind turbines. With the growing rotor size an increasing energy capture could be reached, thus contributing to reach the overall aim of any recreational energy production—the reduction of CO2 emissions. The paper will present some overall aspects concerning the actual and future development of wind energy capacities world-wide. Especially addressed are experiences and challenges in proof and construction of wind energy turbines in Germany, considering ● different foundation concepts, ● alternative tower constructions: steel or concrete, ● high-cycle dynamic loading and response, ● fatigue behaviour.
With the progress of the computer based methods systematic numerical simulations are now possible taking into account all relevant details. On this basis a draft for design rules for fully spherical shells as well as for spherical caps is presented and discussed in the paper. This proposal is also employed for the improvement of European recommendations and shall supplement the Eurocode 3 ENV 1993, 1999 which does not include the chapter on the buckling design of spherical shells. The results are obtained by solving the fully nonlinear equations for imperfect spherical shells using a semidiscrete finite element method.
Advanced Information Systems Engineering: 7th International Conference, CAiSE '95 Jyväskylä, Finland, June 12–16, 1995 Proceedings by M M Lehman (auth.), Juhani Iivari, Kalle Lyytinen, Matti Rossi (eds.)