Vol 48, No 3 (2010)

Table of Contents

1. The dynamic model of a combat target homing system of an unmanned aerial vehicle PDF
Zbigniew Koruba, Edyta Ładyżyńska-Kozdraś 551-566
2. Two-stage optimization method with fatigue constraints for thin-walled structures PDF
Mirosław Mrzygłód 567-578
3. Neuro-wavelet damage detection technique in beam, plate and shell structures with experimental validation PDF
Magdalena Rucka, Krzysztof Wilde 579-604
4. Two calculation schemes for determination of thermal stresses due to frictional heating during braking PDF
Aleksander Yevtushenko, Michał Kuciej 605-621
5. Identification of optimal multibody vehicle models for crash analysis PDF
Marta Carvalho, Jorge Ambrósio 623-643
6. Optimal axial tension and internal pressure stabilizing post-buckling path for cylindrical shells under torsion PDF
Jacek Krużelecki, Daniel Trybuła 645-658
7. Analysis of magnetic field effect on ferromagnetic spheres embedded in elastomer pattern PDF
Anna Boczkowska, Leszek Czechowski, Mieczysław Jaroniek, Tadeusz Niezgoda 659-676
8. Analysis of movement of the BOP crane under sea weaving conditions PDF
Andrzej Urbaś, Marek Szczotka, Andrzej Maczyński 677-701
9. Static and dynamic interactive buckling regarding axial extension mode of thin-walled channel PDF
Zbigniew Kołakowski 703-714
10. Study operation of the active suspension system of a heavy machine cab PDF
Grzegorz Tora 715-731
11. Interactive multibody simulation in augmented reality PDF
Pier Paolo Valentini, Eugenio Pezzuti 733-750
12. A railway wheel wear prediction tool based on a multibody software PDF
João Pombo, Jorge Ambrósio, Manuel Pereira, Roger Lewis, Rob Dwyer-Joyce, Caterina Ariaudo, Naim Kuka 751-770
13. Co-rotational formulation of a solid-shell element utilizing the ANS and EAS methods PDF
Cengiz Polat 771-788
14. A new 2D single series model of transverse vibration of a multi-layered sandwich beam with perfectly clamped edges PDF
Stanisław Karczmarzyk 789-812
15. Undesidered drift of multibody models excited by measured accelerations or forces PDF
Michael Speckert, Nikolaus Ruf, Klaus Dressler 813-837