Journal of Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics

Newest Issue: (November 2016, Volume 11, Issue 6)
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A. R. Champneys
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Prof. Rodney Clifton is among the pioneers in the development of experimental techniques for characterizing high-strain-rate material response, recognized with membership in the National Academy of Engineering in 1989 and the ASME Timoshenko Medal in 2000. This AMR audio interview tells his story from a modest background in a one-room country school, through his labor on the early construction of Interstate 80 in Nebraska, to research on computational techniques for wave propagation in elastic-plastic materials, innovative approaches to characterizing the viscoelastic response of vocal folds, and a life-long commitment to teaching and learning.

About This Journal

The purpose of the Journal of Computational and Nonlinear Dynamics is to provide a medium for rapid dissemination of original research results in theoretical as well as applied computational and nonlinear dynamics. The journal serves as a forum for the exchange of new ideas and applications in computational, rigid and flexible multi-body system dynamics and all aspects (analytical, numerical, and experimental) of dynamics associated with nonlinear systems. The broad scope of the journal encompasses all computational and nonlinear problems occurring in aeronautical, biological, electrical, mechanical, physical, and structural systems.

Editor: Bala Balachandran,
University of Maryland
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Impact Factor (5 yr):1.315

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Frequency: Bi-monthly
In the computational and multi-body system dynamics area, topics include novel formulations and algorithms for computation in kinematics and dynamics of rigid and flexible systems; application of finite element and finite difference methods in dynamics; numerical approaches in synthesis, optimization and control; parallel computations and software development, among others. Topics in the nonlinear dynamics area cover new theories and principles in dynamical systems; symbolic, perturbation and computational techniques; dynamic stability, bifurcation and control; chaos, fractals and pattern formation in physical and biological systems; system modeling, identification, and experimental methods; frictional and discontinuous dynamical processes, etc.
ISSN: 1555-1415
eISSN: 1555-1423

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