Computational Mechanics Series
Consolidating Wiley's already market-leading position in computational mechanics publishing. The Wiley Series in Computational Mechanics has been established with the aim of providing a natural home for leading authors in this key field of global research, education, and application.
Embracing the spectrum of computational mechanics from theoretical foundations to real world applications, The Wiley Series in Computational Mechanics publishes high level student texts, explanation and dissemination of technology and good practice, through to interesting and important research that is immediately relevant to industrial development or practice. The readership encapsulates senior undergraduate and graduate students and researchers within computational mechanics (inc. mechanical, civil/ structural, electrical, materials and biomedical engineering), as well as those looking to develop and apply the methods and techniques as practising engineers, scientists and software developers across the board in a wide range of industries including aerospace, nuclear, naval, biomechanical, electrical, automotive and environmental engineering.
The series will focus on cutting edge areas of research including, but not limited to:
- Particle/ Meshfree methods
- Computational Geometry and Model Generation
- Computational Methods in Biomechanics and Biomedical Engineering
- High performance computing: Methods for Iterative, Parallel and Cloud computing
- Computational Fluid Mechanics and Fluid-Structure Interaction
- Multiphysics and Fracture/Damage mechanics
- Computational materials modelling and multiscale mechanics
- Statistical methods, uncertainty quantification and verification and validation
If you are interested in writing a book in this series please download our proposal form.