Advances in computational nonlinear mechanics
Springer Verlag, 1989 - Computers - 243 pages
Advanced computational methods in nonlinear mechanics of solids and fluids are dealt with in this volume. Contributions consider large deformations of structures and solids, problems in nonlinear dynamics, aspects of earthquake analysis, coupled problems,
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algorithm analysis Appl applied approach approximation Argyris boundary conditions calculation Cauchy stress coefficient compressible computational configuration conjugate gradient algorithm considered constitutive constitutive equations convection coupled problems damage defined deformation processes deformed geometry denotes deviatoric diffusion discretised discretization displacement Doltsinis domain dynamic elastic elastoplastic Engrg equilibrium explicit Finite Element Methods fluid formulation function Galerkin methods GMRES gradient I.St incompressible incremental integration isochoric iteration kinematic large deformation linear load Mech mesh Meths model truncation motion Navier-Stokes equations nodal points nodes numerical analysis obtained operator parameter Petrov-Galerkin methods plastic polar decomposition procedure rate of deformation relation rotation scheme simulation solid solve spatial specification stability step stiffness matrix Stokes problem stress rate stress resultants structure superplastic superplastic forming symmetric Taylor-Galerkin method techniques transient truncation boundary truncation level unconditionally stable upwind variables vector velocity viscous flows work-piece material yield surface Zienkiewicz