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  • General Information  
    Author(s)Friedel Hartmann , Casimir Katz
    PublisherSpringer
    ISBN9783540496984
    Pages598
    BindingHardback
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearMay 2007

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    Springer Structural Analysis With Finite Elements by Friedel Hartmann , Casimir Katz

    This book provides a solid introduction to the foundation and the application of the finite element method in structural analysis. It offers new theoretical insight and practical advice. This second edition contains additional sections on sensitivity analysis, on retrofitting structures, on the Generalized FEM (X-FEM) and on model adaptivity. An additional chapter treats the boundary element method, and related software is available at www.winfem.de. Biotechnology and the Public Health Response to Bioterrorism.- Historical Perspectives of Microbial Bioterrorism.- The Infectious Disease Physician and Microbial Bioterrorism.- Modulation of Innate Immunity to Protect Against Biological Weapon Threat.- Smallpox: Pathogenesis and Host Immune Responses Relevant to Vaccine and Therapeutic Strategies.- Bacillus anthracis: Agent of Bioterror and Disease.- Tularemia Pathogenesis and Immunity.- Brucella and Bioterrorism.- Pneumonic Plague.- Coxiella burnetii, Q Fever, and Bioterrorism.- Genomic and Proteomic Approaches Against Q Fever.- Rickettsia rickettsii and Other Members of the Spotted Fever Group as Potential Bioweapons.