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3D problems accurate booklet boundary conditions Boundary Element boundary nodes coefficients computed contact problems contact region contact surfaces corresponding FE crack propagation crack tip Cruse discretisation displacement vectors displacements and tractions elastoplastic FE mesh FE method FE software FE solutions fracture problems Frequently-Asked-Questions fully populated Further details Gaussian quadrature geometric non-linearity geometry Green's theorems Hooke's law inside the solution integral equation interior modelling interior points Internal points placed inverse iterative Kelvin solution linear algebraic linear elastic load increment load point mesh refinement nodal points non-linear problems non-linear strain numerical integrations obtained Poisson's ratio prescribed displacements prescribed tractions pressure vessel assembly pressure vessel door re-meshing reciprocal work theorem set of equations shown in Figure slip solution domain solution matrix solutions at interior solved strain increments strain rate stress concentration stress intensity factor stress values suitable surface boundary surface integral tangential techniques thermal stresses vector vessel door closure volume integral Young's modulus