With contributions from: M. Beck, J.L. Bonet, F. Bontempi, J.W. Bull, S. Denhan, M. Dolenc, J.M. Escobar, E. Gal, J.M. González-Yuste, N. Intharasombat, S. Ivorra, G. Kicinger, R. Levy, R. Montenegro, G. Montero, I. Packham, A.J. Puppala, Y. Rafiq, E. Rodríguez, M.L. Romero, V. Stankovski and Z. Turk.
This volume includes the invited lectures presented at The Tenth International Conference on Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering Computing and The Eighth International Conference on the Application of Artificial Intelligence to Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering held concurrently in Rome, Italy from 30 August to 2 September 2005.
The topics covered in this book are wide ranging and demonstrate the extensive use of computers in civil and structural engineering. The topics include:
- Frameworks for Structural Analysis
- Structural Design Inspired by Nature
- Evolutionary Computation and Visualisation as Decision Support Tools for Conceptual Building Design
- Grid Technology in Civil Engineering
- Local Formulation for Geometrically Nonlinear Shell Elements based upon the Deformed Configuration
- A Review of Nonlinear Analysis Models for Concrete Filled Tubular Columns
- Design of Aluminium Structures using Eurocode 9: Shells and Computers
- Wind Field Simulation using Adaptive Tetrahedral Meshes
- Pavement Instrumentation Systems in Expansive Soils to Evaluate the Effectiveness of Stabilizers
Saxe-Coburg Publications, hardback: 208 pages, 9 chapters
2005: ISBN 1-874672-24-5