Optical Methods in Dynamics of Fluids and Solids

Proceedings of an International Symposium, held at the Institute of Thermomechanics Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences Liblice Castle, September 17–21, 1984

  • Miroslav Píchal

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XXI
  2. Yu. P. Lagutov, L. G. Gvozdeva, A. I. Kharitonov, T. V. Bazhenova
    Pages 51-57
  3. V. P. Fokeev, L. G. Gvozdeva, A. A. Kalachev, A. I. Kharitonov, V. S. Sukhorukikh
    Pages 59-64
  4. J. Gardavský, V. Daněk, J. Máša, J. Plášek
    Pages 65-74
  5. C. E. Costis, D. P. Telionis
    Pages 83-94
  6. O. V. Achasov, N. A. Fomin, S. A. Labuda, D. S. Ragozin, R. I. Soloukhin
    Pages 95-101
  7. A. S. Besov, E. I. Bichenkov, V. K. Kedrinskii, Ye. I. Pal’Chikov
    Pages 129-135
  8. A. R. Berngardt, E. I. Bichenkov, V. K. Kedrinskii, E. I. Pal’Chikov
    Pages 137-142

About these proceedings

Introduction

The General Assembly of the International Union of Theoreti­ cal and Applied Mechanics decided in Cambridge, United King­ dom, in 1982 to arrange the Symposium on Optical Methods in the Dynamics of Fluids and Solids. This decision was stimu­ lated by the fact that optical diagnostic methods are a more and more important tool in experimental mechanics. In contrast to the foregoing Symposium in Poitiers. 1976, which was devoted exclusively to optical methods in the me­ chanics of solids, it was a fruitful idea to bring together during the present Symposium scientists engaged in optical methods in the dynamics of all phases. It was proposed by the International Scientific Committee of the Symposium that contributions in experimental fluid dynamics should deal with transition from laminar to turbu­ lent flow, compressible fluid flow including high temperatu­ re flow, non-equilibrium phenomena in fluid dynamics and the interaction of fluid flow with solid boundaries and bodies. As regard. the mechanics of solids, the contributions should deal with the application of optical methods in the wave propagation in shock loaded bodies, in phenomena connected with the fracture mechanism, in nonstationary Vibrations of elements and parts of systems and in nonstationary strains in structures. The International Scientific Committee preferred to avoid invited lectures and in cooperation with the National Com­ mittees of IUTAM called for contribution from individual countries.

Keywords

applied mechanics dynamics fluid dynamics mechanics wave propagation

Editors and affiliations

  • Miroslav Píchal
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of ThermomechanicsCzechoslovak Academy of SciencesPragueCzechoslovak Socialist Republic

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-82459-3
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1985
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
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  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-82461-6
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-82459-3
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