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Professor Dengqing Cao attend the mechanics of systems employing slender structural elements

The University of Mondragon in collaboration with the Applied Mechanics Group of the Institute of Physics and the Technical Committee on Vibration and Sound of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers is hosting a meeting on the mechanics of systems employing slender structural elements. This conference forms a continuation of a successful meeting series on the Mechanics of Slender Structures staged by the University of Northampton in 2004 and 2006 and the University of Maryland Baltimore County in 2008.

The meeting is aimed at improving the understanding of structural and thermo-mechanical properties and behavior of slender structures. More specifically, the methods for the suppression of adverse dynamic responses of such systems will be addressed. The scope covers analytical, numerical, and experimental research into the mechanics of ropes, cables, tethers, chains, yarns and fibers as well as their interactions with the host structure in various engineering applications.