Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Jacques Levý Véhel, Evelyne Lutton, and Claude Tricot (eds).|
|Contributions||Lévy Véhel, Jacques, 1960-, Lutton, Evelyne, 1962-, Tricot, Claude.|
|LC Classifications||TA342 .F74 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 397 p. :|
|Number of Pages||397|
|LC Control Number||97020492|
Fractal analysis research is expanding into a variety of engineering domains. The strong potential of this work is now beginning to be seen in important applications in real industrial situations. Recent research progress has already led to new developments in domains such as signal processing and. The application of fractals in the engineering sciences is evolving swiftly and the editors have turned to Springer for the third time to bring you the latest research emerging from the rapid growth in techniques available for the employment of the ideas of fractals and complexity to a variety of disciplines in and associated with the engineering field. Fractal analysis research is expanding into a variety of engineering domains. The strong potential of this work is now beginning to be seen in important applications in real industrial situations. Recent research progress has already led to new developments in domains such as signal processing and chemical engineering, and the major advances in. This book provides theoretical concepts and applications of fractals and multifractals to a broad range of audiences from various scientific communities, such as petroleum, chemical, civil and environmental engineering, atmospheric research, and hydrology. In the first chapter, we introduce fractals and multifractals from physics and math viewpoints. We then discuss theory and practical.
Almost 50 papers are included in this volume. Besides the classical topics, the book also introduces an important session on Fractal Signal and Image Analysis, a subject which is rapidly gaining recognition in computer science and engineering for its promising industrial applications. Contents. “Cocoa-buttered girls were stretched out on the public beach in apparently random alignments, but maybe if a weather satellite zoomed in on one of those bodies and then zoomed back out, the photos would show the curving beach itself was another woman, a fractal image made up of . About Us. Fractal Engineering began as a project management consultant and general works contractor in Over the years the firm has undertaken several challenging projects and accumulated skills, know-how and experiences in design and build solutions,project management services, building trades and related engineering works. Fractals in Engineering emphasizes the connection between fractal analysis research and applications to industry. It is an important volume that Author: Jacques Levy Vehel.
Figure 1. Fractal objects in nature: leaf of fern (a), the most popular—snowflakes (b) and human lungs formed by fractal canopies (c). The fractals, for example, have been successfully applied to the modelling of complex objects found in nature, such as systems of galaxies and strokes of clouds, mountain ranges, coastlines, snowflakes, trees, foliage plants and many by: 1. The prime concerns of the book are to give a simple account of the basic concepts, methods of fractal geometry, and their applications to rock mechanics, geology, and seismology, and also to discuss damage mechanics of rocks and its application to mining engineering. Download Chaos And Fractals In Engineering books, This book is written for all engineers, graduate students and beginners working in the application fields, and for experimental scientists in general. It is not presented as a purely theoretical treatise but shows mathematics at a workshop, so to speak, through important applications originating. This volume is a sequel to the books Fractals: Theory and Applications in Engineering (Springer-Verlag, ) and Fractals in Engineering. From Theory to Industrial Applications (Springer-Verlag, ), presenting some of the most recent advances in the?eld. It is a fascinating exercise to follow the progress of knowledge in this interdisciplinary area, as witnessed by these three volumes.