Boundary Elements IX: Fluid flow and potential applications, Volume 3

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Computational Mechanics Publications, 1987 - Mathematics - 642 pages
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Contents

PLATES AND SHELLS
3
MATHEMATICAL ASPECTS
13
Comparison of Three Boundary Element Approaches for the Solution
19
Static and
35
Prbssdorf A Rathsfeld
51
The Underwater Sound Scattering Problem from the Floating
53
Boundary Integral Equation Methods for Canonical Problems in
59
Boundary Element Method for Shallow Spherical Shell Bending
69
The EdgeFunction Method EFM for 2D Fracture
293
ThreeDimensional Steady State DiffusionConvection
303
The Effect of NonConvex Boundaries on Time Domain Boundary
305
A SymmetricDefinite BEM Formulation for the Elastoplastic Rate
315
A New Numerical Algorithm for Solving Fundamental Solutions
321
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329
Inelastic Dynamic Analysis by the Boundary Element Method
335
Adaptive Refinements in BEM
337

Laplace Transform Boundary Element Method for Time
83
Forced Vibrations of Plates and Shells by BoundaryInterior
97
A Generalized Approach to Transfer the Domain Integrals onto
99
A Mathematical Analysis of Boundary Integral Equations in the
101
Spline Boundary Element Method for Reissners Plate and its
111
Boundary Elements and Perturbation Theory for Certain Classes
115
The Hybrid Boundary Element Method
117
STRESS ANALYSIS
129
New Integral Equation Formulations for Continuum Mechanics
131
Numerical Solution of the Torsion Problem for Axisymmetric
143
An Approximate BEM for Wave Propagation in the HalfPlane
149
CONVERGENCE AND ERROR ESTIMATES
167
Tensile Splitting Stress of Multilayercd Cylinder Calculated
169
A Regular Indirect Boundary Element Method for Stress Analysis
183
Fluid Oscillations Under Reduced Gravity
187
The New Formula for Calculation of the Displacements and Stress
199
Greens Function for Dynamic SoilStructure Interaction Problems
201
Equations of the First Kind
213
FRACTURE MECHANICS
227
Accuracy and Efficiency of a Panel Method for Free Surface Flow
229
Galerkin Method for Boundary Integral Equations in Transient
231
The Boundary Element Approach in the Evaluation of Stress
243
Boundary Element Methods
248
Application of BEM to Problem of Unsteady Heat Transfer with
249
Calculation of Stress Intensity Factors for Various Crack Problems
259
Solution of Transient Heat Conduction Problems Using Boundary
265
A Comparison of the BEM and the T Matrix Methods
279
Boundary Element Method Self Adaptive Grid Treatment of
289
Coupled Boundary Element Method for SaltWater Wedge
343
SelfAdaptive PHierarchical Boundary Elements in Elastostatics
351
On the Numerical Treatment of Nonlinear Field Equations
353
A Solution of Darcys Flow with Variable Permeability by Means
359
ThermoPlasticity by Boundary Elements
373
A New Coordinate Transformation Method for Singular and
375
The Application of Boundary Element Techniques to Dynamic
389
CONTACT PROBLEMS
397
Development of Overhauser Splines as Boundary Elements
401
A TwoDimensional BEM Method for ThermoElastic Body Forces
417
A Boundary Element Method for Viscous Flows at Low Reynolds
419
On Some Coupled Problems in Mechanics by the Coupling
421
Characteristics and Boundary Elements for Navier Stokes Flows
433
Value Problem
434
On Coupling of the Boundary Element and RFunction Methods
435
An Effective Approach for Boundary Element Method Application
439
Viscous Flow Analysis Including Thermal Convection
459
COMPUTATIONAL ASPECTS
463
Second Kind Integral Equation Solution of Stokes Flows Past n
477
INTERACTION OF STRUCTURES AND FLUIDS
485
Linear Equations Solver for Large Block Matrices Arising in BEM
493
On the BEM Solution to Earthquake Response Analysis of
515
Resolving Difficulties in the BIEM Caused by Geometric Corners
519
SOFTWARE
535
Integrated Design and Analysis using the Boundary Element
549
Murphys Law in Boundary Element Implementations
571
DBETSY Industrial Application of the BEM
593
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