2011 - Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
His main research concerns Mathematical optimization, Buckling, Mathematical analysis, Probabilistic logic and Applied mathematics. His research in Mathematical optimization intersects with topics in Interval arithmetic, Boundary value problem, Finite element method and Convex analysis. His Buckling study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Stress, Axial symmetry, Monte Carlo method and Shell.
Isaac Elishakoff has researched Mathematical analysis in several fields, including Vibration, Geometry, Eigenvalues and eigenvectors and Material properties. His Probabilistic relevance model and Probabilistic CTL study in the realm of Probabilistic logic interacts with subjects such as Ellipsoid. His Applied mathematics study combines topics in areas such as Covariance, Probability density function, Stationary distribution and Interval finite element.
Isaac Elishakoff mainly investigates Mathematical analysis, Vibration, Buckling, Structural engineering and Beam. His Mathematical analysis research focuses on subjects like Random vibration, which are linked to White noise. His Vibration study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Composite material, Carbon nanotube, Classical mechanics and Orthotropic material.
His Buckling course of study focuses on Mechanics and Timoshenko beam theory. The various areas that he examines in his Structural engineering study include Reliability and Stress. Boundary value problem is closely attributed to Stiffness in his research.
His primary areas of investigation include Mathematical analysis, Beam, Vibration, Structural engineering and Buckling. His Mathematical analysis study incorporates themes from Solid mechanics and Finite element method. He has included themes like Galerkin method, Composite material, Carbon nanotube and Orthotropic material in his Vibration study.
Isaac Elishakoff combines subjects such as Stress, Probabilistic logic and Mode with his study of Structural engineering. His research in Buckling tackles topics such as Axial symmetry which are related to areas like Cantilever. Within one scientific family, Isaac Elishakoff focuses on topics pertaining to Nonlinear system under Boundary value problem, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Applied mathematics.
Isaac Elishakoff mostly deals with Mathematical analysis, Beam, Structural engineering, Buckling and Vibration. His Mathematical analysis research incorporates elements of Elasticity and Finite element method, Timoshenko beam theory. His study in Beam is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Solid mechanics, Displacement, Group, Foundation and Applied mathematics.
His Structural engineering research includes themes of Probabilistic logic and Mode. Isaac Elishakoff interconnects Normal mode, Axial symmetry and Deflection in the investigation of issues within Buckling. His Vibration study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Composite material, Modal, Carbon nanotube, Functionally graded material and Control theory.
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Convex models of uncertainty in applied mechanics
Yakov Ben-Haim;Isaac Elishakoff.
Antioptimization of structures with large uncertain-but-non-random parameters via interval analysis
Zhiping Qiu;Isaac Elishakoff.
Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering (1998)
Probabilistic Methods in the Theory of Structures
Isaac Elishakoff;J. T. P. Yao.
Journal of Applied Mechanics (1984)
Structural design under bounded uncertainty-optimization with anti-optimization
I. Elishakoff;R.T. Haftka;J. Fang.
Computers & Structures (1994)
Discussion on: A non-probabilistic concept of reliability
Y. Ben-Haim;Isaac Elishakoff.
Structural Safety (1995)
Optimization And Anti-Optimization Of Structures Under Uncertainty
Isaac Elishakoff;Makoto Ohsaki.
Refined second-order reliability analysis☆
G.Q. Cai;I. Elishakoff.
Structural Safety (1994)
Eigenvalues of Inhomogeneous Structures: Unusual Closed-Form Solutions
Controversy Associated With the So-Called “Follower Forces”: Critical Overview
Applied Mechanics Reviews (2005)
Probabilistic interval reliability of structural systems
Zhiping Qiu;Di Yang;Isaac Elishakoff.
International Journal of Solids and Structures (2008)
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