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Uncertain Input Data Problems and the Worst Scenario Method, Vol 46. North-Holland Series in Applied Mathematics and Mechanics

  • ID: 1765327
  • December 2004
  • 484 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology

This book deals with the impact of uncertainty in input data on the outputs of mathematical models. Uncertain inputs as scalars, tensors, functions, or domain boundaries are considered. In practical terms, material parameters or constitutive laws, for instance, are uncertain, and quantities as local temperature, local mechanical stress, or local displacement are monitored. The goal of the worst scenario method is to extremize the quantity over the set of uncertain input data.

A general mathematical scheme of the worst scenario method, including approximation by finite element methods, is presented, and then applied to various state problems modeled by differential equations or variational inequalities: nonlinear heat flow, Timoshenko beam vibration and buckling, plate buckling, contact problems in elasticity and thermoelasticity with and without friction, and various models of plastic deformation, to list some of the topics. Dozens of examples, figures, and tables are included.

Although the book concentrates on the mathematical aspects of the subject, a substantial part is written in an accessible style and is devoted to various facets of uncertainty in modeling and to READ MORE >

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Preface
List of Figures
List of Tables
Introduction
Acknowledgments
I Reality, Mathematics, and Computation
II General Abstract Scheme and the Analysis of the Worst Scenario Method
III Quasilinear Elliptic Boundary Value Problems
IV Parabolic Problems
V Elastic and Thermoelastic Beams
VI Elastic Plates and Pseudoplates
VII Contact Problems in Elasticity and Thermoelasticity
VIII Hencky's and Deformation Theories of Plasticity
IX Flow Theories of Plasticity
X Domains With Uncertain Boundary
XI Essentials of Sensitivity and Functional Analysis
Appendix
Bibliography
Subject Index
List of Symbols

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Hlavacek, Ivan
Chleboun, Jan
Babuska, Ivo

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