Best Reference Books – Advance Structural Analysis and Matrix Methods

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We have compiled a list of Best Reference Books on Advance Structural Analysis and Matrix Methods Subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges.

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We have put a lot of effort into researching the best books for reference on this subject and came out with a recommended list of best books. The table below contains a review of these books and links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

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1. “Recent Advances in Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis and Design” by J Tinsley Oden

“Recent Advances in Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis and Design” Book Review: The book has economic justification of NC and lists subject headlines for a training course for part-programmers who have to produce control tapes for NC machine tools. Glossary of the book is good. There are survey papers in the book followed by technical papers on important topics like “Some New Developments in Matrix Force Analysis”, “Finite Element Formulation of Geometrically Nonlinear Problems of Elasticity”, “Finite Element method in Fluid Flow Analysis”, and several other topics. It contains problems to solve after the end of each chapter. The book starts with introducing the readers with basic topics like Framed Structures, Cartesian Coordinate System, Nodes and Elements. It is an easy-to-read textbook for an introductory course in matrix methods of structural analysis for senior undergraduates and postgraduate students of civil engineering. It is also helpful for structural engineers for efficient usage of structural analysis software tools.

2. “Glass Science and Technology: Advances in Structural Analysis” by D R Uhlmann and N J Kreidl

“Recent Advances in Structural Integrity Analysis – Proceedings of the International Congress” Book Review: The book focuses readers like engineers, researchers, and postgraduates in aerospace, biomedical, chemical & power plants, mining, and marine industries. The contents of the book include Fracture Fatigue and Creep, Investigation of Fracture Mechanism, Effect of Vertex Singularities on displacement and strain fields, Effect of plasticity hardening exponent and creep exponent on crack tip stress, Multi-Scale Modelling, Bio-Materials and Composites, Mesoscale analysis of CFRP pressure vessel, Environmental Effects and other related topics. After every single chapter, there’s a conclusion and acknowledgements that makes it easier for the student to have a quick revision.

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3. “Aluminium Structural Analysis: Recent European advances” by P S Bulson

“Aluminium Structural Analysis: Recent European advances” Book Review: The book elaborates almost all the latest developments in Structural Analysis of Aluminium Components. The book opens with a chapter on loading, safety, and design philosophies. Topics like Fatigue and Fractures are also discussed here including a series of chapters on latest advances in research like beams, beam columns, and plate girders. There is a background to design rules which is given by each chapter. After reading the book, designers would be more confident to follow progressive ideas and support these by accurate & perspective structural analysis.

4. “Recent Advances in Structural Integrity Analysis – Proceedings of the International Congress” by Lin Ye

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“Recent Advances in Structural Integrity Analysis – Proceedings of the International Congress” Book Review: The book focuses on engineers, PG students, and those associated with marine industries, and research. Students belonging to biomedical or chemical background can also read this book. The main features of the book include characteristics of complex mechanisms of damage accumulation and failure, development of more accurate technologies for structural damage assessment, and multi-scale modelling approaches. Topics like APCFS/SIF-2014 Congress Chairs and Committees, Fracture, Fatigue and Creep, fatigue damage of the Cu32W68 pseudo alloy, Impact and Integrity, Research on the strength of air cushion vehicle, Multi-Scale Modelling, Bio-Materials and Composites, and so many important topics are very well explained with detailed examples.

5. “Structural Analysis: A New Approach to Flow Analysis in Optimizing Compilers” by imusti

“Structural Analysis: A New Approach to Flow Analysis in Optimizing Compilers” Book Review: Structural Analysis is explained in depth and the content is easy to understand. It is very well explained that how Structural Analysis could be used to analyze control flow of a computer program. All the important techniques like Data-Flow Analysis Elimination Technique, Rosen’s high-level data-flow analysis technique, and uniform data-flow analysis techniques are explained with supporting examples. The book would be helpful to engineers, researchers and designers.

6. “Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis” by S S Bhavikatti

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“Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis” Book Review: The introductory part of the book explains about the classical methods, then it moves to the Structure Approach to Matrix Method. Covering the topics like Stiffness Matrix Method, students are then well aware about what they have to instruct to the computer. There are chapters related to Non-Linear Analysis, Superposition & Direct Numerical Integration procedures, 2D Finite Element, and logic of General Purpose Structural Analysis are also explained. The book focuses on Programmers, Researchers, Engineers and Civil Engineers.

7. “Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis” by M B Kanchi

“Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis” Book Review: The book presents general theory and computer applications of Structural Analysis. It explains how to implement analysis procedures in computers. Starting with the introduction of Kinematics, Virtual Work, and Equilibrium, topics related to Element Flexibility and Stiffness Relations follows it. There are chapters related to Non-Linear Analysis, Superposition & Direct Numerical Integration procedures, 2D Finite Element, and logic of General Purpose Structural Analysis are explained with examples. The book also contains numerous problems that would build-up the thinking capability of students.Book is focused on readers like computer programmers, researchers, engineers and civil engineers.

8. “Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis: Theory and Problems” by Natarajan C

“Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis: Theory and Problems” Book Review: Concepts in the book include Determinants and Matrices, Transformation Matrices, Pin Jointed Frame, Rigid Jointed Frames, and Continuous Beams. It has provided codes for Flexibility Method, Stiffness Method so that readers are able to relate it easily. The book contains numerical problems in a stepwise manner so that the reader starts from a beginner level and understanding the application of each topic, he/she reaches the higher level. It is an Engineering & Technology book so everyone belonging to this field can read the book.

9. “Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis” by P N Godbole and R S Sonparote

“Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis” Book Review: The book starts with preliminary knowledge of Matrix operations, Methods for solving equations and several concepts that must be taught to a beginner. Then the topic slowly shifts towards Stiffness and Flexibility matrix. Then beams, plane & space frames, grids, space truss and plane truss are explained using fine examples. The book serves as an easy tool for UG and PG students of Civil Engineering.

10. “Matrix and Digital Computer Methods in Structural Analysis” by W M Jenkins

“Matrix and Digital Computer Methods in Structural Analysis” Book Review: The book talks about the Flexibility Method, Stiffness Method, transforming matrix, Nodal Displacements, Finite Element, Frames, Strains, Stress, and many more related topics. The matrix displacement and force methods of analysis are presented together with the elastic, thermal, and inertial properties of the most commonly used structural elements. This book is focused mainly on Civil Engineers.

People who are searching for Free downloads of books and free pdf copies of these books – “Recent Advances in Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis and Design” by J Tinsley Oden, “Glass Science and Technology: Advances in Structural Analysis” by D R Uhlmann and N J Kreidl, “Aluminium Structural Analysis: Recent European advances” by P S Bulson, “Recent Advances in Structural Integrity Analysis – Proceedings of the International Congress” by Lin Ye, “Structural Analysis: A New Approach to Flow Analysis in Optimizing Compilers” by imusti, “Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis” by S S Bhavikatti, “Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis” by M B Kanchi, “Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis: Theory and Problems” by Natarajan C, “Matrix Methods of Structural Analysis” by P N Godbole and R S Sonparote, “Matrix and Digital Computer Methods in Structural Analysis” by W M Jenkins – we would like to mention that we don’t have free downloadable pdf copies of these good books and one should look for free pdf copies from these Authors only if they have explicitly made it free to download and read them.

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