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FEM and micromechatronics with ATILA software.


FEM and micromechatronics with ATILA software.

Uchino, Kenji.

CRC / Taylor & Francis


338 pages


Spiral Binding


Written primarily for engineers and engineering students involved in the field of mechatronics, this textbook explains how the ATILA software application can be used to develop and design smart actuators and transducers. Uchino (Pennsylvania State U., University Park) has written this manual to familiarize engineers who may be lacking in formal computer skills with modern analyzing techniques. By starting with the basic theories behind ATILA implementation, this book eventually provides seven extensive examples of how to designs and analyze FEM and micromechatronic devices via step-by-step instruction. A CD-ROM has been included so that the reader can use two monitors to work with the GiD-ATLIA software.

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