Păcurar Răzvan

Technical University of Cluj-NapocaRomania

PhD thesis in Industrial Engineering Domain | Fields of expertise: Additive Manufacturing, Manufacturing Engineering technologies (CNC, Non-conventional technologies, etc.), Computer Aided Design, Finite Element Analysis | Publications: 59 articles, from which 12 indexed ISI and 29 articles indexed in international databases (BDI), 5 books published, from which 3 first / unique author, 2 laboratory work / project guides, 1 scientific book published as author in an international publishing house (In-Tech – Rijeka, Croatia) | Involved in: 9 research projects, from which 1 - project -TD-type (CNCSIS) gained by national competition (project director), 5 projects gained by national competition (POSDRU, CNCSIS – A type, CEEX, etc) (member in the research team), 3 projects gained by international competition (FP 6, FP 7, HORIZON 2020) | Member of the Manufacturing engineering university association from Romania and of the European scientific research network RAPIMAN – Rapid Prototyping and Innovative Manufacturing Network

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The book entitled Finite Element Method: Simulation, Numerical Analysis, and Solution Techniques aims to present results of the applicative research performed using FEM in various engineering fields by researchers affiliated to well-known universities. The book has a profound interdisciplinary character and is mainly addressed to researchers, PhD students, graduate and undergraduate students, teachers, engineers, as well as all other readers interested in the engineering applications of FEM. I am confident that readers will find information and challenging topics of high academic and scientific level, which will encourage them to enhance their knowledge in this engineering domain having a continuous expansion. The applications presented in this book cover a broad spectrum of finite element applications starting from mechanical, electrical, or energy production and finishing with the successful simulation of severe meteorological phenomena.

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