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Boundary elements in nonlinear fracture mechanics

by V. M. A. LeitaМѓo

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Published by Computational Mechanics Publications in Southampton, UK, Boston, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fracture mechanics -- Mathematical models.,
  • Boundary element methods.,
  • Elastoplasticity -- Mathematical models.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [241]-255).

    StatementV.M.A. Leitão.
    SeriesTopics in engineering,, v. 21
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTA409 .L45 1994
    The Physical Object
    Pagination261 p. :
    Number of Pages261
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1128245M
    ISBN 101853123358, 1562522590
    LC Control Number94072219

    Non-linear problems of fracture mechanics: Large deflection analysis of thin elastic plates: Problems of time-dependent Navier-Stokes flow: Boundary element formulations and solutions for some ono-linear water wave problems: Boundary element analysis of non-linear . This paper presents boundary integral equations for fracture mechanics analysis of geometrically nonlinear shear deformable plates. A radial basis function and dual reciprocity method are utilized.

    @article{osti_, title = {Boundary element methods for linear and nonlinear solid mechanics problems; and fracture toughness enhancement mechanisms in ceramic materials}, author = {Okada, H.}, abstractNote = {The boundary element method is applied to the analyses of linear elasticity, small strain elastoplasticity, and large strain elastoplasticity. Zirconia grinding fixtures have been widely used in semiconductor industry to improve the quality and precision of the products. For maximizing the service life and minimizing the risks of accidental damage, it is critical to have a better understanding of the fatigue life of zirconia grinding fixtures. To this end, a boundary element method is developed in this paper to .

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Boundary elements in nonlinear fracture mechanics by V. M. A. LeitaМѓo Download PDF EPUB FB2

Summary: A presentation of a new elastoplastic formulation for the analysis of problems in nonlinear fracture mechanics. The method used is the elastoplastic dual boundary element method (EPDBEM) which incorporates the displacement equation on one face and the traction equation of the opposite face.

This monograph brings together a description of three-dimensional boundary element methods for the analysis of fatigue crack problems in linear and non-linear fracture mechanics.

The formulations introduced in the book are based on the "Dual Boundary Element Cited by: 7. This book describes the analytical formulation and numerical implementation of the three-dimensional dual boundary element method (DBEM) for the thermoelastic analysis of mixed-mode crack problems in linear elastic fracture mechanics.

Part of the International Centre for Mechanical Sciences book series (CISM, volume ) Log in to check access. Buy eBook Hypersingular and Mixed Boundary Elements in Fracture Mechanics.

Maria P. Ariza. Pages The Symmetric Galerkin BEM in Linear and Non-Linear Fracture Mechanics. Attilio Frangi, Giulio Maier.

Pages This article reviews advances in the application of boundary element methods (BEM) to fracture mechanics which have taken place over the last 25 years.

Applications discussed include linear. The authors have developed a three dimensional boundary element code, BEM3D, for elastic analysis. BEM3D runs on a supercomputer HITAC S/ The algorithm is specially designed to make use of vector processing unit effectively.

The boundary element method (BEM) has been known for some time to be extremely useful for the solution of elastic stress analysis problems involving high stress/strain gradients. In particular, the method has been extensively used for the study of both two and three-dimensional fracture mechanics problems.

To this end, papers on the following topics were included: rotary­ wing aerodynamics, unsteady aerodynamics, design and optimization, elasticity, elasto­ dynamics and elastoplasticity, fracture mechanics, acoustics, diffusion and wave motion, thermal analysis, mathematical aspects and boundary/finite element coupled methods.

Incorporating the latest research in this increasingly popular area, this book presents theoretical and computational methods for problems in the field of nonlinear fracture and damage mechanics.

New Hermitian cubic boundary elements are described which lead to better representations of boundary geometry and functions, particularly for fracture mechanics. A new advanced transient dynamic analysis for three-dimensional problems is presented, and stress analysis of axisymmetric bodies under nonaxisymmetric loading is discussed.

Nonlinear potential problems are considered along with wave propagation phenomena, aspects of fracture mechanics stress analysis, the boundary element method applied to two-dimensional contact problems, fluid structure interaction, and viscoplasticity and creep using boundary elements.

This book comprises eight chapters, a bibliographical section, but no index. Its contents may be roughly divided into three parts: introduction and thermoelasticity and fracture mechanics background (Chapters 1 and 2, 22 pages); thermoelastic dual BEM formulation (Chapters 3 and 4, 38 pages); thermoelastic fracture mechanics computations (Chapters 5–7, 66 pages), with.

Dual Boundary Element Analysis for Creep Fracture,This work presents a new formulation of the Boundary Element Method (BEM) for nonlinear time-dependent problems.

An incremental process, in order to reach the steady state condition and the secondary steady stage for visco-plasticity and creep respectively, has also been developed. The book succeeds completely relative to the author’s stated aims and the subject matter.

As a matter of fact, the book can be the ideal vehicle to teach the boundary element method to engineers who want the theory to go hand-in-hand with the numerical implementation and are not so much interested in mathematical details.

10 Nonlinear Fracture Mechanics 93 differential equations – and boundary conditions. In fracture mechanics attention is basically focused on a single crack. Theoretical concepts and experimental techniques have been and are being developed, which allow answers to. Modelling of fibre suspensions-- hybrid BEM/FEM methods for non-linear analysis of composite materials-- anistrope elastic solids containing holes, cracks and inclusions-- fracture mechanics analysis of anistrope laminates-- exploitation of the repeat cell concept for the modelling of elasto-plastic properties of metal matrix composites-- boundary element analysis of discontinuous.

Fracture mechanics is the field of mechanics concerned with the study of the propagation of cracks in materials. It uses methods of analytical solid mechanics to calculate the driving force on a crack and those of experimental solid mechanics to characterize the material's resistance to fracture.

In modern materials science, fracture mechanics is an important tool used to. enables the use of coarser elements in the vicinity of the crack tip. FEM with interface elements (IEs) are widely used in geotech-nical engineering, e.g.

specially designed elements such as Good-man’s joint elements [21] may be used to represent a fracture. The IEs are used widely to tackle fracture mechanics problems but also.

Thermoelastic Fracture Mechanics using Boundary Elements (Topics in Engineering) [Diego N. Dell'Erba] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Thermoelastic Fracture Mechanics using Boundary Elements (Topics in Engineering).

Now in its third edition, the book continues to raise the bar in both scope and coverage. It encompasses theory and applications, linear and nonlinear fracture mechanics, solid mechanics, and materials science with a unified, balanced, and in-depth approach.

Reflecting the many advances made in the decade since the previous edition came about. Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).The book covers a wide range of topics: Fracture Mechanics, Failure analysis, Composites, Multiscale Modelling, Micromechanics, Structural Health Monitoring, Damage Tolerance, Corrosion, Creep, Non-linear problems, Dynamic Fracture, Residual Stress, Environmental effects, Crack Propagation, Metallic and .Volume is indexed by Thomson Reuters CPCI-S (WoS).This collection of peer-reviewed papers covers a wide range of topics: Fracture Mechanics, Failure analysis, corrosion, Creep, Non-linear problems, Dynamic Fracture, Residual Stress, Environmental effects, Crack Propagation, Repair Techniques, Composites, Ceramics, Polymers, Metallic and concrete materials.

For non-linear problems the Boundary Element Method is used in conjunction with the Finite Element Method. Other topics are treated, such as Fracture Mechanics, from which advanced methods may be taken for future use in Earthquake Engineering.