Modern Trends in Structural and Solid Mechanics 2

Vibrations
 
 
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This book - comprised of three separate volumes - presents the recent developments and research discoveries in structural and solid mechanics; it is dedicated to Professor Isaac Elishakoff. This second volume is devoted to the vibrations of solid and structural members.

Modern Trends in Structural and Solid Mechanics 2 has broad scope, covering topics such as: exact and approximate vibration solutions of rods, beams, membranes, plates and three-dimensional elasticity problems, Bolotin's dynamic edge effect, the principles of plate theories in dynamics, nano- and microbeams, nonlinear dynamics of shear extensible beams, the vibration and aeroelastic stability behavior of cellular beams, the dynamic response of elastoplastic softening oscillators, the complex dynamics of hysteretic oscillators, bridging waves, and the three-dimensional propagation of waves.

This book is intended for graduate students and researchers in the field of theoretical and applied mechanics.

Noel Challamel is Professor at the University of Southern Brittany, France. He is the co-author of several books and over a hundred journal papers in the field of mechanics and civil engineering and is on the editorial board of numerous international journals. He is also Editor and Head of the Solid Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering series published by ISTE-Wiley.

Julius Kaplunov is Professor at Keele University, UK. He is the co-author of over a hundred publications in mechanics, including three books. He is a member of the European Academy of Sciences and sits on the editorial boards of more than ten journals.

Izuru Takewaki is Professor of building structures at Kyoto University, Japan, and is the 56th President of the Architectural Institute of Japan. He is the Field Chief Editor of Frontiers in Built Environment and has published over 200 international journal papers.

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Noel Challamel is Professor at the University of Southern Brittany, France. He is the co-author of several books and over a hundred journal papers in the field of mechanics and civil engineering and is on the editorial board of numerous international journals. He is also Editor and Head of the Solid Mechanics and Mechanical Engineering series published by ISTE-Wiley.

Julius Kaplunov is Professor at Keele University, UK. He is the co-author of over a hundred publications in mechanics, including three books. He is a member of the European Academy of Sciences and sits on the editorial boards of more than ten journals.

Izuru Takewaki is Professor of building structures at Kyoto University, Japan, and is the 56th President of the Architectural Institute of Japan. He is the Field Chief Editor of Frontiers in Built Environment and has published over 200 international journal papers.

Preface
Short Bibliographical Presentation of Prof. Isaac Elishakoff


This book is dedicated to Prof. Isaac Elishakoff by his colleagues, friends and former students, on the occasion of his seventy-fifth birthday.

Figure P.1. Prof. Isaac Elishakoff

Prof. Isaac Elishakoff is an international leading authority across a broad area of structural mechanics, including dynamics and stability, optimization and anti-optimization, probabilistic methods, analysis of structures with uncertainty, refined theories, functionally graded material structures, and nanostructures. He was born in Kutaisi, Republic of Georgia, on February 9, 1944.

Figure P.2. Elishakoff in middle school in the city of Sukhumi, Georgia

Elishakoff holds a PhD in Dynamics and Strength of Machines from the Power Engineering Institute and Technical University in Moscow, Russia (Figure P.4 depicts the PhD defense of Prof. Isaac Elishakoff).

Figure P.3. Elishakoff just before acceptance to university. Photo taken in Sukhumi, Georgia

Figure P.4. Public PhD defense, Moscow Power Engineering Institute and State University; topic "Vibrational and Acoustical Fields in the Circular Cylindrical Shells Excited by Random Loadings", and dedicated to the evaluation of noise levels in TU-144 supersonic aircraft

His supervisor was Prof. V. V. Bolotin (1926-2008), a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Figure P.5 shows Elishakoff with Bolotin some years later).

Figure P.5. Elishakoff with Bolotin (middle), member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and Prof. Yukweng (Mike) Lin (left), member of the US National Academy of Engineering. Photo taken at Florida Atlantic University during a visit from Bolotin

Currently, Elishakoff is a Distinguished Research Professor in the Department of Ocean and Mechanical Engineering at Florida Atlantic University. Before joining the university, he taught for one year at Abkhazian University, Sukhumi in the Republic of Georgia, and 18 years at the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, where he became the youngest full professor at the time of his promotion (Figure P.6 shows Elishakoff presenting a book to Prof. Josef Singer, Technion's former president).

Figure P.6. Prof. Elishakoff presenting a book to Prof. J. Singer, Technion's President; right: Prof. A. Libai, Aerospace Engineering Department, Technion

Elishakoff has lectured at about 200 meetings and seminars, including about 60 invited, plenary or keynote lectures, across Europe, North and South America, the Middle East and the Far East.

Prof. Elishakoff has made vital and outstanding contributions in a number of areas in structural mechanics. In particular, he has analyzed random vibrations of homogeneous and composite beams, plates and shells, with special emphasis on the effects of refinements in structural theories and cross-correlations. Free structural vibrations have been tackled using a non-trivial generalization of Bolotin's dynamic edge effect method. Nonlinear buckling has been investigated using a novel method, incorporating experimental analysis of imperfections. As a result, the fundamental concept of closing the gap - spanning the entire 20th century - between theory and practice in imperfection-sensitive structures has been proposed. Novel methods of evaluating structural reliability have been proposed, taking into account the error associated with various low-order approximations, as well as human error; innovative generalization of the stochastic linearization method has been advanced. A non-probabilistic theory for treating uncertainty in structural mechanics has been established. Dynamic stability of elastic and viscoelastic structures with imperfections has been studied. An improved, non-perturbative stochastic finite element method for structures has been developed. The list of Elishakoff's remarkable research achievements goes on.

His research has been acknowledged by many awards and prizes. He is a member of the European Academy of Sciences and Arts, a Fellow of the American Academy of Mechanics and ASME, and a Foreign Member of the Georgian National Academy of Sciences. Elishakoff is also a recipient of the Bathsheva de Rothschild prize (1973) and the Worcester Reed Warner Medal of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (2016).

Figure P.7. Elishakoff having received the William B. Johnson Inter- Professional Founders Award

Elishakoff is directly involved in numerous editorial activities. He serves as the book review editor of the "Journal of Shock and Vibration" and is currently, or has previously been an associate editor of the International Journal of Mechanics of Machines and Structures, Applied Mechanics Reviews, and Chaos, Solitons & Fractals. In addition, he is or has been on the editorial boards of numerous journals, for example Journal of Sound and Vibration, International Journal of Structural Stability and Dynamics, International Applied Mechanics and Computers & Structures. He also acts as a book series editor for Elsevier, Springer and Wiley.

Figure P.8. Inauguration as the Frank Freimann Visiting Professor of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering; left: Rev. Theodore M. Hesburgh, President of the University of Notre Dame; right: Prof. Timothy O'Meara, Provost

Prof. Elishakoff has held prestigious visiting positions at top universities all over the world. Among them are Stanford University (S. P. Timoshenko Scholar); University of Notre Dame, USA (Frank M. Freimann Chair Professorship of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering and Henry J. Massman, Jr. Chair Professorship of Civil Engineering); University of Palermo, Italy (Visiting Castigliano Distinguished Professor); Delft University of Technology, Netherlands (multiple appointments, including the W. T. Koiter Chair Professorship of the Mechanical Engineering Department - see Figure P.9); Universities of Tokyo and Kyoto, Japan (Fellow of the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science); Beijing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics, People's Republic of China (Visiting Eminent Scholar); Technion, Haifa, Israel (Visiting Distinguished Professor); University of Southampton, UK (Distinguished Visiting Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering).

Figure P.9. Prof. Elishakoff with Prof. Warner Tjardus Koiter, Delft University of Technology (center), and Dr. V. Grishchak, of Ukraine (right)

Figure P.10. Elishakoff and his colleagues during the AIAA SDM Conference at Palm Springs, California in 2004; Standing, from right to left, are Prof. Elishakoff, the late Prof. Josef Singer and Dr. Giora Maymon of RAFAEL. Sitting is the late Prof. Avinoam Libai

Elishakoff has made a substantial contribution to conference organization. In particular, he participated in the organization of the Euro-Mech Colloquium on "Refined Dynamical Theories of Beams, Plates and Shells, and Their Applications" in Kassel, Germany (1986); the Second International Conference on Stochastic Structural Dynamics, in Boca Raton, USA (1990); "International Conference on Uncertain Structures" in Miami, USA and Western Caribbean (1996). He also coordinated four special courses at the International Centre for Mechanical Sciences (CISM), in Udine, Italy (1997, 2001, 2005, 2011).

Prof. Elishakoff has published over 540 original papers in leading journals and conference proceedings. He championed authoring, co-authoring or editing of 31 influential and extremely well-received books and edited volumes.

Here follows some praise of his work and books:

  • - "It was not until 1979, when Elishakoff published his reliability study . that a method has been proposed, which made it possible to introduce the results of imperfection surveys . into the analysis ." (Prof. Johann Arbocz, Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands, Zeitschrift für Flugwissenschaften und Weltraumforschung).
  • - "He has achieved world renown . His research is characterized by its originality and a combination of mathematical maturity and physical understanding which is reminiscent of von Kármán ." (Prof. Charles W. Bert, University of Oklahoma).
  • - "It is clear that Elishakoff is a world leader in his field . His outstanding reputation is very well deserved ." (Prof. Bernard Budiansky, Harvard University).
  • - "Professor Isaac Elishakoff . is subject-wise very much an all-round vibrationalist" (P. E. Doak, Editor in Chief, Journal of Sound and Vibration, University of Southampton, UK).
  • - "This is a beautiful book ." (Dr. Stephen H. Crandall, Ford Professor of Engineering, M.I.T.).
  • - "Das Buch ist in seiner Aufmachunghervorragendgestaltet und kannalsäusserstwertvolleErganzung . wäzmstensempfohlenwerden ." [The book's appearance is perfectly designed and can be highly recommended as a valuable...

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