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Shell curvature as an initial deformation: A geometrically exact finite element approach
(JOHN WILEY & SONS LTD, 2009)
An alternative approach for the analysis of arbitrarily curved shells is developed in this paper based on the idea of initial deformations. By `alternative` we mean that neither differential geometry nor the concept of ...
Analysis and prediction of welding distortion in complex structures using elastic finite element method
The Elastic Finite Element Method based on the inherent strain theory is used to predict the welding distortion of ship structures. In addition, a method to predict welding distortion of complex structures by using elastic ...
Application of hte finite element method in Dentistry
Introduction: The finite element method (FEM) involves a series of computational procedures to calculate the stress in each element, which performs a model solution. Such a structural analysis allows the determination of ...
Application of the finite element method in Dentistry
The finite element method (FEM) involves a series of computational procedures to calculate the stress in each element, which performs a model solution. Such a structural analysis allows the determination of stress resulting ...
Finite element analysis of anisotropic optical waveguide with arbitrary index profile
This work presents the application of a scalar finite element formulation for Ex (TE-like) modes in anisotropic planar and channel waveguides with diagonal permittivity tensor, diffused in both transversal directions. This ...
Finite element evaluation of three methods of stable fixation of condyle base fractures
(Churchill Livingstone, 2014-10-01)
The surgical treatment of mandibular condyle fractures currently offers several possibilities for stable internal fixation. In this study, a finite element model evaluation was performed of three different methods for ...
On The Development Of Finite Volume Methods For Computational Solid Mechanics
(Asociacion Argentina de Mecanica Computacional, 2007-10)
Since its initial development as a tool for structural analysis around the mid-fifties the Finite Element Method (FEM) has evolved to become the most popular and used method in modern Computational Solid Mechanics. On the ...
Analysis of multiple stiffened barrel shell structures by strain-based finite elements
(Elsevier Sci LtdOxfordInglaterra, 1999)
Finite-element analysis of photonic crystal cavities: Time and frequency domains
(Ieee-inst Electrical Electronics Engineers IncPiscatawayEUA, 2005)