Computer Utilization in Structural Engineering: Proceedings of the Sessions Related to Computer Utilization at Structures Congress '89 : San Francisco Hilton, San Francisco, CA, May 1-5, 1989
James K. Nelson, Jr.
American Society of Civil Engineers, 1989 - Technology & Engineering - 562 pages
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Original Formulation of the Finite Element Method
Major Advances in Finite Element Model Technology
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abstraction algorithm analysis and design applications approximate ASCE assumptions axial base isolation base isolation systems beam behavior buckling building calculated Civil Engineering column components concrete convergence cost defined deformation design variables developed discrete displacement dynamic earthquake eigenvalue equations evaluation example expert system Figure finite element analysis finite element method forces formulation geometric graphics heuristics implementation input interaction iteration KBES knowledge base knowledge-based linear load MACSYMA material mechanical floor Mechanics mesh minimize minimum modes module nodes nonlinear objective function obtained optimal locations optimization problem optimum design p-extension p-version parallel computers parameters performance pile plate prestresses procedure processors ratio reinforcement representation response seismic shape optimization shear shell elements shown in Fig solution solve specific static statically indeterminate steel step stiffness matrix stress constraints structural analysis structural engineering superquadric Table techniques truss values vector vibration weight