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Applications Of ATILA FEM Software To Smart Materials

Applications Of ATILA FEM Software To Smart Materials
  • It offers an excellent guide for using ATILA FEM software in designing effective products
  • Features innovative capabilities and loss integration of the software code, before the presentation of case studies of finite element modelling using ATILA
  • Features the behaviour of piezoelectric single crystals for thermal and sonar analysis in piezoelectric and magnetostrictive materials, before reflecting on the use of ATILA in modelling the damping of piezoelectric structures

The modelling and analysis of applications using piezoelectric, magnetostrictor and shape memory materials is done using the ATILA Finite Element Method (FEM) software. The entire design can be constructed, refined and optimized before the commencement of production. The book "Applications of ATILA FEM Software to Smart Materials" offers a comprehensive guide to the use of this software in the design of effective products with a number of instructive case studies.

Part one provides an introduction to ATILA FEM software, starting with an overview of the software code. There are discussions on new capabilities and loss integration, and part two presents case studies of finite element modelling with the use of ATILA. Using ATILA in finite element analysis, piezoelectric polarization, time domain analysis of piezoelectric devices and the design of ultrasonic motors is also considered, before the study of piezo-composite and photonic crystal applications. There are also discussions on the behaviour of piezoelectric single crystals for thermal and sonar analysis in piezoelectric and magnetostrictive materials, before a final reflection on the use of ATILA in modelling the damping of piezoelectric structures and the behaviour of single crystal devices.

With its excellent editors and international team of expert contributors, Applications of ATILA FEM Software to Smart Materials is a major reference work for all those involved in the research, design, development and application of smart materials, including mechanical and electrical engineers, academics and scientists working in piezoelectrics, magenetostrictors and shape memory materials.

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