Vol 36, No 2 (1998)

Table of Contents

1. Thermal stresses in a bimaterial periodically layered composite due to the presence of interface cracks or rigid inclusions PDF
Andrzej Kaczyński, Stanisław J. Matysiak 231-239
2. Behaviour of anthropogenic soils subjected to vibration loadings PDF
Ryszard Kaczyński, Marek Barański 241-247
3. Growth of plastic zones due to heat loading near a closed interface crack PDF
Hryhory Kit, Rostyslav Martynyak, Andriy Kryshtafovych 249-261
4. Nonstandard method of macro-modelling of nonperiodic multilayered plates PDF
Sylwester Konieczny, Barbara Tomczyk 263-278
5. Thermoelastic contact problem with frictional heating for the punch of functionally graded materials PDF
Roman Kulchytsky-Zhyhailo 279-289
6. Two methods of modelling of periodic nonhomogeneous elastic plates PDF
Wiesław Nagórko 291-303
7. A model of thermoelastic dynamic contact in conditions of frictional heat and wear PDF
Zbigniew S. Olesiak, Yurii A. Pyryev 305-320
8. Spatial perturbations in the solidifiaction process due to mold delaminations PDF
Volodymyr J. Pauk, Małgorzata Woźniak 321-330
9. Axi-symmetrical contact problem during braking with frictional heating and wear PDF
Alexander Yevtushenko, Roxolana Chapovska 331-346
10. Application of the boundary element method in radiation PDF
Ryszard A. Białecki, Łukasz Grela 351-364
11. The boundary element method in sensitivity analysis, optimization and identification PDF
Tadeusz Burczyński 365-386
12. On application of the boundary element methods for analysis of shakedown problems PDF
Witold Cecot 387-401
13. Boundary element method in dynamic crack analysis PDF
Piotr Fedeliński 403-421
14. Adaptive boundary element method for acoustic scattering problems PDF
Andrzej Karafiat 423-436
15. Numerical modelling of bio-heat transfer using the boundary element method PDF
Ewa Majchrzak 437-455
16. Application of the boundary element method to numerical modelling of solidification. Part I – The one domain approach PDF
Bohdan Mochnacki, Romuald Szopa 457-468
17. Application of the boundary element method to numerical modelling of solidification. Part II – The micro-macro approach PDF
Romuald Szopa 469-478
18. Boundary-only formulations of the boundary element method PDF
Andrzej J. Nowak 479-491
19. Fuzzy boundary element method in the analysis of uncertain systems PDF
Jerzy Skrzypczyk, Tadeusz Burczyński 493-512
20. FEM-BEM coupling in the membrane structure-air interaction problem PDF
Ryszard Sygulski 513-520