Analysis of Structures: An Introduction Including Numerical Methods – Joe G. Eisley, Antony M. Waas – 1st Edition


Structural offers an original way of introducing students to the subject of of stresses and deformations of solid objects; this text also helps them to become familiar with how numerical such as the finite element method are used in the industry.
Eisley and Waas assure the reader a deep understanding of the basic and a vision of the interpretation of the results of these that can be generated with numerical methods.

Throughout the text, we include the development of along with the computational equivalent, providing the student with the understanding that it is necessary to interpret and use the that are obtained by the software based on the finite element method. We then extend these for analysis of the solid and structural components that are used in modern aerospace, mechanical and applications.

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  • Chapter 1- Low-Energy House
    Chapter 2 – Zero-Energy Building
    Chapter 3 – Passive House
    Chapter 4 – Heat Recovery Ventilation
    Chapter 5 – Building Automation
    Chapter 6 – Over-Illumination
    Chapter 7 – Compact Fluorescent Lamp
    Chapter 8 – Cool Roof
    Chapter 9 – Green Roof
    Chapter 10 – Daylighting
    Chapter 11 – Earth Sheltering
    Chapter 12 – Techniques & Practices of Low Energy Building Engineering
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