College of Aeronautics (WAERO)
Applied Engineering Analysis for Aerospace Applications
Equilibrium problems include equations of bodies at rest or steady-state equations resulted from dynamic problems by setting time derivatives equal to zero Basic equations of theory of elasticity. Work and Energy principles. Eigenvalue problems involve the determination of the critical values of certain physical quantities such as obtaining natural frequencies of vibrating structural components and their corresponding mode shapes (eigenvalues). Eigenvalue determination for Buckling type Problems in Structures. Propagation problems are basically initial-value problems which include transient and unsteady-state problems in vibration, in fluid flow, in heat transfer, in acoustics and in solids. Solution methods.
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