Computational Simulation and 3D Virtual Reality Engineering Tools for Dynami-cal Modeling and Imaging of Composite Nanomaterials

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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2042/6266
Title: Computational Simulation and 3D Virtual Reality Engineering Tools for Dynami-cal Modeling and Imaging of Composite Nanomaterials
Author: Bochkareva, L.-V.; Kireitseu, M.-V.; Altenbach, H.; Kompis, V.; Tomlinson, G.; Hui, D.
Abstract: Nanocomposite, modelling, FEM, computer simulation, nanoparticleAn adventure at engineering design and modeling is pos-sible with a Virtual Reality Environment (VRE) that uses multiple computer-generated media to let a user experi-ence situations that are temporally and spatially prohibit-ing. In this paper, an approach to developing some ad-vanced architecture and modeling tools is presented to allow multiple frameworks work together while being shielded from the application program. This architecture is being developed in a framework of workbench interac-tive tools for next generation nanoparticle-reinforced damping/dynamic systems. Through the use of system, an engineer/programmer can respectively concentrate on tailoring an engineering design concept of novel system and the application software design while using existing databases/software outputs.
Description: 171-176
Subject: Nanocomposite, modelling, FEM, computer simulation, nanoparticle
Publisher: TIMA Editions , Grenoble, France
Date: 2006

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