Najmon, J.C., S. Raeisi, and A. Tovar. Review of Additive Manufacturing Technologies and Applications in the Aerospace Industry (chapter 2). F. Froes and R. Boyer, (Ed.), Elsevier, Academic Press: Additive Manufacturing for the Aerospace Industry, ISBN: 9780128140628, 2019.
Additive Manufacturing for the Aerospace Industry explores the design, processing, metallurgy and applications of additive manufacturing (AM) within the aerospace industry. The book's editors have assembled an international team of experts who discuss recent developments and the future prospects of additive manufacturing. The work includes a review of the advantages of AM over conventionally subtractive fabrication, including cost considerations. Microstructures and mechanical properties are also presented, along with examples of components fabricated by AM. Readers will find information on a broad range of materials and processes used in additive manufacturing.
It is ideal reading for those in academia, government labs, component fabricators, and research institutes, but will also appeal to all sectors of the aerospace industry.
Sego, T.J., N. Moldovan, and A. Tovar. Agent-based numerical methods for 3D bioprinting in tissue engineering (chapter 15). D.A. Garzon et al. (Ed.), Elsevier, Academic Press: Numerical Methods in Advanced Simulation in Biomechanics and Biological Processes, ISBN: 9780128117187, 2017.
Additive manufacturing has contributed significantly to the development of new surgical and diagnostic aids, personalized medical devices, implants, and prostheses. Now, it aspires to the direct digital manufacturing of living tissue, organs, and body parts. This can be achieved using three-dimensional (3D) bioprinting techniques in which the printing medium consists of biomaterials and living cells. Several 3D bioprinting methods are currently available, including inkjet, extrusion, and stereolithography. An emerging approach is the creation three-dimensional cellular patterns by the use of cell spheroids. The optimal application and further development of 3D bioprinting techniques could largely benefit from computational models capable of predicting the complex behavior of the printed cellular structures on multiple scales. This book chapter summarizes the state of the art of computational models in this field, with an emphasis on agent-based approaches and cell spheroid-based 3D bioprinting.
Patel, N.M., H. Agarwal, A. Tovar, J.E. Renaud, and D. Tillotson. A Decoupled Approach to Reliability Based Topology Optimization for Structural Synthesis in Structural Design Optimization Considering Uncertainties. Tsompanakis, Y., Lagaros, N. D., Papadrakakis, M. (Ed.), Taylor and Francis Series: Structures and Infrastructures, Frangopol, D. (Ed.). ISBN 0415452600, 2008.
Uncertainties play a dominant role in the design and optimization of structures and infrastructures. In optimum design of structural systems due to variations of the material, manufacturing variations, variations of the external loads and modelling uncertainty, the parameters of a structure, a structural system and its environment are not given, fixed coefficients, but random variables with a certain probability distribution. The increasing necessity to solve complex problems in Structural Optimization, Structural Reliability and Probabilistic Mechanics, requires the development of new ideas, innovative methods and numerical tools for providing accurate numerical solutions in affordable computing times.
This book presents the latest findings on structural optimization considering uncertainties. It contains selected contributions dealing with the use of probabilistic methods for the optimal design of different types of structures and various considerations of uncertainties. The first part is focused on reliability-based design optimization and the second part on robust design optimization. Comprising twenty-one, self-contained chapters by prominent authors in the field, it forms a complete collection of state-of-the-art theoretical advances and applications in the fields of structural optimization, structural reliability, and probabilistic computational mechanics. It is recommended to researchers, engineers, and students in civil, mechanical, naval and aerospace engineering and to professionals working on complicated costs-effective design problems.
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