His primary areas of investigation include Buckling, Structural engineering, Finite element method, Shell and Compression. His studies in Buckling integrate themes in fields like Geometry, Numerical analysis and Composite plate. His work deals with themes such as Computer Aided Design, Boundary value problem and Shear stress, which intersect with Structural engineering.
His Finite element method research includes themes of Quadratic equation, Surface, Applied mathematics and Critical load. The Shell study combines topics in areas such as Displacement, Bounded function and Nonlinear system. His Compression research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Compressive strength, Reinforcement and Deformation.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Structural engineering, Buckling, Finite element method, Nonlinear system and Composite material. His Structural engineering study incorporates themes from Composite number, Compression, Shell and Sensitivity. In his research, Shear stress is intimately related to Structural mechanics, which falls under the overarching field of Buckling.
He incorporates Finite element method and Computer science in his studies. The various areas that James H. Starnes examines in his Nonlinear system study include Bending, Curvature, Material properties and Space Shuttle. His research in Composite material tackles topics such as Stress resultants which are related to areas like Strain energy.
James H. Starnes mainly investigates Structural engineering, Buckling, Nonlinear system, Finite element method and Shell. When carried out as part of a general Structural engineering research project, his work on Stiffness is frequently linked to work in Mathematical model, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Critical load study, which is part of a larger body of work in Buckling, is frequently linked to Computer science, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His Nonlinear system study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Mechanics, Eigenvalues and eigenvectors and Axial compression. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Design technology and Range. James H. Starnes focuses mostly in the field of Shell, narrowing it down to matters related to Bifurcation and, in some cases, Curvature and Transverse plane.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Structural engineering, Finite element method, Buckling, Shell and Compression. He usually deals with Structural engineering and limits it to topics linked to Nonlinear system and Fuel tank. His Finite element method research includes elements of Stiffness and Sensitivity.
His research in Buckling is mostly concerned with Critical load. His research integrates issues of Orthotropic material, Boundary value problem, Composite number, Internal pressure and Crack tip opening displacement in his study of Shell. His Compression study which covers Variable stiffness that intersects with Curvilinear coordinates and Structural mechanics.
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Preliminary Design of Composite Wings for Buckling, Strength, and Displacement Constraints
James H. Starnes;Raphael T. Haftka.
Journal of Aircraft (1979)
Future directions and challenges in shell stability analysis
J. Arbocz;J.H. Starnes.
Thin-walled Structures (2002)
Postbuckling behavior of selected flat stiffened graphite-epoxy panels loaded in compression
James H. Starnes;Norman F. Knight;Marshall Rouse.
AIAA Journal (1985)
Effects of Imperfections on the Buckling Response of Compression-Loaded Composite Shells
Mark W. Hilburger;James H. Starnes.
International Journal of Non-linear Mechanics (2002)
Construction of Response Surface Approximations for Design Optimization
Gerhard Venter;Raphael T. Haftka;James H. Starnes.
AIAA Journal (1998)
Applications of a Quadratic Extended Interior for Structural Optimization Penalty Function
Raphael T. Haftka;James H. Starnes.
AIAA Journal (1976)
Shell Buckling Design Criteria Based on Manufacturing Imperfection Signatures
Mark W. Hilburger;Michael P. Nemeth;James H. Starnes.
AIAA Journal (2006)
Construction of response surfaces for design optimization applications
Gerhard Venter;Raphael Haftka;James Starnes.
6th Symposium on Multidisciplinary Analysis and Optimization (1996)
Non-linear buckling of a column with initial imperfection via stochastic and non-stochastic convex models
I. Elishakoff;G.Q. Cai;J.H. Starnes.
International Journal of Non-linear Mechanics (1994)
Buckling of an axially compressed cylindrical shell of variable thickness
W.T. Koiter;I. Elishakoff;Y.W. Li;J.H. Starnes.
International Journal of Solids and Structures (1994)
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