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CARRERA UNIFIED FORMULATION
Refined one-, two- and three-dimensional models can be derived using a compact, unified formulation.
COMPOSITES
Advanced structural models are able to predict complex stress field, a step forward in the composite materials analysis
MULTIFIELD ANALYSIS
Fully-coupled multifield analyses including: piezoelectric and magnetostrictive materials, thermal and moisture effetcs
AEROELASTICITY AND FLUID-STRUCTURE INTERACTION
Development of advanced aeroelastic models for static and dynamic aeroelastic analyses of wings, panels and rotating blades
AIRCRAFT AND SPACECRAFT DESIGN
Refined structural moldes for the analysis of complex structures
ROTOR-DYNAMICS
Refined one-dimensional models can be a valuable alternative to three-dimensional models in the analysis of rotating blades, discs and shafts
BIOMECHANICS
Refined computational models, based on CUF, have been used in the solution of classical bio-mechanical problems
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Our work can be found in hundreds of scientific papers and in many books
BEST THEORY DIAGRAMS
The BTD is a tool to edit an arbitrarily given theory to get a lower number of terms for a given error or to increase the accuracy while keeping the computational costs constant.

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Stefano Valvano is an Aerospace Engineer working at Politecnico di Torino. He earned a BSc in Aerospace Engineering at Politecnico di Torino in October 2009 by discussing a thesis on the comparative analysis of wind turbines. Afterwards he attended an MSc in Aerospace Engineering in the same university and he earned the master degree in October 2013, presenting a thesis on advanced finite element shell for mechanical and electro-mechanical problems. Stefano Valvano started working at Politecnico di Torino in November 2013, and he started his Ph.D. in Mechanics in January 2014 under the supervision of Prof. Erasmo Carrera. His research project is related to the development of advanced finite element shell models for linear and non-linear analysis for multifield problems.

 

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