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Venue: Faculty of Civil Engineering, Czech Technical University
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CIVIL-COMP 2015
The Fifteenth International Conference on
Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering Computing
Prague, Czech Republic
1-4 September 2015
organised in cooperation with
The Faculty of Civil Engineering
Czech Technical University, Prague

Special Session Call for Papers:
Special Session: CC2015-01
Numerical and Non-linear Dynamics
Session Aims and Scope
The core of the special session will consist of linear and non-linear dynamics and problems related to dynamic stability. It will be particularly aimed at linear and non-linear vibration of systems with concentrated and distributed mass, stability problems, post-critical response processes and areas of both Hamiltonian and non-Hamiltonian mechanics including (but not only): eigen-value and eigen-mode searching methods and analysis concerning non-symmetric, non-proportional damping and various types of perturbed problems, large and sparse matrices, lambda matrices amongst others. Investigations of multiple eigen-value problems and Jordan structures as well as problems of numerical integration of large evolution differential systems and similar topics are considered to be relevant themes. Special Deterministic as well as random formulations including additive/multiplicative excitation and related self-exciting processes will be given due recognition. Problems regarding stability definition, types and criteria, bifurcations, non-linear normal modes, limit states, limit cycle oscillations, internal resonance within non-linear systems, auto-parametric processes, transition and other unsteady effects, quasi-periodic interaction and analogous themes are also welcome.

It is expected that both the classical fields as well as emerging areas of linear and non-linear dynamics will be fully addressed. Papers of analytic, semi-analytic, numeric or simulation types based on multi-degree of freedom and/or continuous models will be given preference. Experimental investigations representing either independent research or those being conducted as verification, validation or motivation of on-going theoretical studies are encouraged. Papers reporting interesting practical applications in physics and engineering including case studies, interaction with other areas of mechanics and physics are also expected. Particularly welcome are interdisciplinary investigations providing current developments in the field and pilot studies with preliminary results.

Organisers
For specific questions regarding the scope of this session please contact the organisers:
  • Dr J. Náprstek, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, Prague (naprstek AT itam.cas.cz)
  • Professor J.R. Banerjee, City University, London, UK (j.r.banerjee AT city.ac.uk)

Please note that papers that are found to fall outside the scope of this session may be considered for other sessions.

Abstract Submission
To submit abstracts for this special session, please follow the normal abstract submission procedure but please select "CC2015-S01" when asked "Is this paper part of a special session?"
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