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Unformatted text preview: MECHANICS OF SOLIDS Brainstorming seminars at the Technical University of Budapest Editor: Gy¨ orgy K´ arolyi Cover design: M´ onika Feh´ er Mechanics of Solids, Brainstorming Seminars at the Technical University of Budapest 1999 ISBN 963 420 641 7 Printed by the Publishing Company of the Technical University of Budapest CONTENTS Preface .......................................................................... 4 Ferrogel: a magnetizable rubberelastic material (D´ enes Szab´ o and ´ Arp´ ad Meggyes) 5 Analysis of tent structures (Kriszti´ an Hincz) ..................................... 6 Analysis of spherical mechanisms (Fl´ ori´ an Kov´ acs) ............................... 8 A new approach in inelastic analysis of structures (Kl´ ara Ledniczky) ............ 10 Mechanical analysis of a hyperelastic system in the medicine (L´ aszl´ o Moln´ ar) ....12 Development of the constitutive operator (M´ arta Kurutz) ....................... 13 Spacetime without observers: classical continuum physics (P´ eter V´ an) ...........15 Contact and thermal analysis of real compositesteel surfaces in sliding contact (K´ aroly V´ aradi and Zolt´ an N´ eder) .............................................. 17 Shearing test with continuously increasing normal stress (Bal´ azs V´ as´arhelyi) .... 19 Determining the shape of twisted rings (R´ obert N´ emeth) ........................21 Producing curves of interaction by geometric transformations (R´ eka Macsk´ asi) .. 23 3 PREFACE There are several departments at the Technical University of Budapest dealing with theoretical or applied mechanics. The fact that sometimes there is no current of information existing between them, and people often do similar work or carry out research without being aware of the situation, seems too luxurious. Time, energy, talent and money are equally wasted. This observation inspired two PhD students, Krisztina Polg´ ar and ´ Arp´ ad Meggyes, to initiate the Solid Mechanics Seminars in 1998. This lecture series aims at giving an opportunity for PhD students and young scientists to present the results of their research to a friendly but critical audience, and to foster new ideas through the lectures given by more experienced researchers and professors. The seminars are held at the Department of Applied Mechanics and at the Department of Structural Mechanics of the Technical University of Budapest in an alternating manner to build a closer connection between our departments. The main intention was, however, and still is to draw together people working in a wide variety of interesting fields related to solid mechanics. This allowed us to learn from each other and also to initiate open discussions on the topics covered by the lectures. Our hope is that it was fruitful for all those who spent their valuable time with us either by giving presentation or by attending them. We also hope that we could connect people working on different research areas so that they could further exchange ideas and promote their scientific...
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