Dynamic and Transient Infinite Elements

Similarly, when a finite element is used to simulate transient mass transport problems, the size of the element should ... Towards this end, static, dynamic and transient infinite elements have been developed for simulating the far ...

Author: Chongbin Zhao

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 3642008461

Category: Science

Page: 259

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This book presents state-of-the-art theory and the application of dynamic and transient infinite elements for simulating the far fields of infinite domains involved in many of scientific and engineering problems.

Dynamic Soil Structure Interaction

APPLICATIONS OF INFINITE ELEMENTS TO DYNAMIC SOIL-STRUCTURE INTERACTION PROBLEMS Chongbin Zhao (CSIRO Division of ... Only very recently, the transient infinite element was developed for solving truly transient heat transfer, ...

Author: C. Zhang

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 0080530583

Category: Science

Page: 320

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Dynamic Soil-structure interaction is one of the major topics in earthquake engineering and soil dynamics since it is closely related to the safety evaluation of many important engineering projects, such as nuclear power plants, to resist earthquakes. In dealing with the analysis of dynamic soil-structure interactions, one of the most difficult tasks is the modeling of unbounded media. To solve this problem, many numerical methods and techniques have been developed. This book summarizes the most recent developments and applications in the field of dynamic soil-structure interaction, both in China and Switzerland. An excellent book for scientists and engineers in civil engineering, structural engineering, geotechnical engineering and earthquake engineering.

Introduction to the Explicit Finite Element Method for Nonlinear Transient Dynamics

So far theadvantage ofusing quadratic element overlinear element has notbeen verified for a general class of applications ofnonlinear transient dynamics. Software implementation for explicitfinite element is mainly forlinear element.

Author: Shen R. Wu

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9781118382073

Category: Mathematics

Page: 352

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A systematic introduction to the theories and formulations ofthe explicit finite element method As numerical technology continues to grow and evolve withindustrial applications, understanding the explicit finite elementmethod has become increasingly important, particularly in the areasof crashworthiness, metal forming, and impact engineering.Introduction to the Explicit Finite Element Method forNonlinear Transient Dynamics is the first book to addressspecifically what is now accepted as the most successful numericaltool for nonlinear transient dynamics. The book aids readers inmastering the explicit finite element method and programming codewithout requiring extensive background knowledge of the generalfinite element. The authors present topics relating to the variationalprinciple, numerical procedure, mechanical formulation, andfundamental achievements of the convergence theory. In addition,key topics and techniques are provided in four clearly organizedsections: • Fundamentals explores a framework of the explicitfinite element method for nonlinear transient dynamics andhighlights achievements related to the convergence theory • Element Technology discusses four-node,three-node, eight-node, and two-node element theories • Material Models outlines models of plasticity andother nonlinear materials as well as the mechanics model of ductiledamage • Contact and Constraint Conditions covers subjectsrelated to three-dimensional surface contact, with examples solvedanalytically, as well as discussions on kinematic constraintconditions Throughout the book, vivid figures illustrate the ideas and keyfeatures of the explicit finite element method. Examples clearlypresent results, featuring both theoretical assessments andindustrial applications. Introduction to the Explicit Finite Element Method forNonlinear Transient Dynamics is an ideal book for bothengineers who require more theoretical discussions and fortheoreticians searching for interesting and challenging researchtopics. The book also serves as an excellent resource for courseson applied mathematics, applied mechanics, and numerical methods atthe graduate level.

Boundary Elements in Dynamics

(1980) using singular finite elements and also by Murti and Valliappan (1986) using a difi'erent kind of singular finite ... An extensive treatment of transient dynamic SIF computations using the time domain formulation of the BEM in ...

Author: J. Dominguez

Publisher: WIT Press

ISBN: 9781853122583

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 724

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A reference for those who need to acquire detailed knowledge of the formulation, implementation, and practical applications of BEM in dynamics. The author presents research on BEM in dynamics of continua. The main emphasis is on the development of the different boundary element formulations.

Recent Advances in Boundary Element Methods

Banerjee PK, Ahmad S, and Manolis GD (1986) Transient elastodynamic analysis of 3-D problems by Boundary Element Method. ... Bielak J, MacCamy RC, and McGhee DS (1984) On the coupling of finite element and boundary integral methods.

Author: George Manolis

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781402097102

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 467

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This volume, dedicated to Professor Dimitri Beskos, contains contributions from leading researchers in Europe, the USA, Japan and elsewhere, and addresses the needs of the computational mechanics research community in terms of timely information on boundary integral equation-based methods and techniques applied to a variety of fields. The contributors are well-known scientists, who also happen to be friends, collaborators as past students of Dimitri Beskos. Dimitri is one the BEM pioneers who started his career at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, USA, in the 1970s and is now with the University of Patras in Patras, Greece. The book is essentially a collection of both original and review articles on contemporary Boundary Element Methods (BEM) as well as on the newer Mesh Reduction Methods (MRM), covering a variety of research topics. Close to forty contributions compose an over-500 page volume that is rich in detail and wide in terms of breadth of coverage of the subject of integral equation formulations and solutions in both solid and fluid mechanics.

Applied mechanics reviews

SOMAYAJULA , GOPICHAND : Design optimization of structures subject to static and dynamic constraints , Finite Elements Anal ... A : Prediction of transient vibration envelopes using statistical energy analysis techniques , J Vib Acoust ...

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ISBN: OSU:32435026160655

Category: Mechanics, Applied

Page: 402

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Boundary Elements XIII

Antes, H. A Boundary Element Procedure for Transient Wave Propagations in TwoDimensional Isotropic Elastic Media, Finite Elements Anal. Des., Vol.1, pp. 313-322, 1985. Karabalis, D.L. and Beskos, D.E. Dynamic Response of 3-D Rigid ...

Author: C.A. Brebbia

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789401136969

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1040

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Since its origin in 1978, the International Conference on Boundary Element Methods has provided the recognized and established forum for innovations in boundary element research. Practically all new ideas on boundary ele ments have been presented at these conferences and the resulting papers can be found in the published books. The conference brings together the most renowned scientists and engineers working on boundary element research throughout the world. A unique feature of these meetings is that the participation of younger researchers is actively encouraged by the organizers in an effort to .bring forward to the attention of the international community an ever expanding range of new ideas. This book contains the edited version of the papers presented at the XIIIth BEM Conference held in Tulsa, Oklahoma in August of 1991. The meeting attracted a large number of participants and many excellent contributions which have been divided into nineteen different sections, i.e. Potential Prob lems; Diffusion and Convection Problems; Fluid Mechanics; Fluid Flow; Wave Propagation; Groundwater Flow; Heat Transfer; Electrical Problems; Geomechanics; Plates and Shells; Inelastic Problems; Damage Tolerance; Contact Mechanics; Industrial Applications; Design Sensitivity and Opti mization; Inverse Problems; Special Techniques; Numerical Aspects and Computational Aspects.

Experimental Research in Earthquake Engineering

Comput Methods Appl Mech Eng 36(3):291–307 Medina F, Penzien J (1982) Infinite elements for elastodynamics. ... NASA STI/Recon Technical Report N 84:30137 Zhao C, Valliappan S (1994) Transient infinite elements for contaminant transport ...

Author: Fabio Taucer

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783319101361

Category: Science

Page: 614

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In this volume, top seismic experts and researchers from Europe and around the world, including the George E. Brown, Jr. Network for Earthquake Engineering Simulation (NEES) in the USA, present the most recent outcome of their work in experimental testing, as well as the results of the transnational access activities of external researchers who have used Europe's seven largest and most advanced seismic testing facilities in the framework of the Seismic Engineering Research Infrastructures for European Synergies (SERIES) Project financed by the European Commission in its 7th Framework Programme (2007-2013). This includes EU’s largest reaction wall facility, EU's four largest shaking table laboratories and its two major centrifuges. The work presented includes state-of-the-art research towards the seismic design, assessment and retrofitting of structures, as well as the development of innovative research toward new fundamental technologies and techniques promoting efficient and joint use of the research infrastructures. The contents of this volume demonstrate the fruits of the effort of the European Commission in supporting research in earthquake engineering.

Progress in Mechanics of Structures and Materials

... of the dynamic stiffness matrix of an unbounded domain is constructed by using the scaled boundary finiteelement ... Transient responses are evaluated directly in the time domain by using a standard time - integration scheme .

Author: Peter J. Moss

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781000116175

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 1080

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This is a collection of peer-reviewed papers originally presented at the 19th Australasian Conference on the Mechanics of Structures and Materials by academics, researchers and practitioners largely from Australasia and the Asia-Pacific region. The topics under discussion include: composite structures and materials; computational mechanics; dynamic analysis of structures; earthquake engineering; fire engineering; geomechanics and foundation engineering; mechanics of materials; reinforced and prestressed concrete structures; shock and impact loading; steel structures; structural health monitoring and damage identification; structural mechanics; and timber engineering. It is a valuable reference for academics, researchers, and civil and mechanical engineers working in structural and material engineering and mechanics.

Computational Methods in Engineering Science

There is now a considerable literature on the topic of infinite elements extended to over 300 papers. ... Unfortunately a direct time domain elastodynamic infinite element whose shape functions may describe transient behavior has not ...

Author: Zhenhan Yao

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540482604

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 339

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Here are the printed proceedings of EPMESC X, held on August 21-23, 2006 in Sanya, Hainan Island of China. It includes 14 full papers of plenary and semi-plenary lectures and approximately 166 one-page summaries. The accompanying CD-ROM includes all 180 full papers presented at the conference.