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Feb 6, 2010

Superposition of Finite Element Meshes in Linear and Nonlinear Dynamic Analysis

Superposition of Finite Element Meshes in Linear and Nonlinear Dynamic Analysis is a very good topic for mechanical engineering to make their project or seminar. The numerical analysis of transient phenomena in solids, for instance, wave propagation and structural dynamics, is a very important and active area of study in engineering.You can also Subscribe to FINAL YEAR PROJECT'S by Email for more such Projects.


Adaptive analysis of transient problems involves getting solutions at many different time gap, each of which requires a sequence of adaptive meshes. Therefore, the execution speed of the adaptive algorithm is of paramount importance.

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In addition, transient problems require that the solution must be passed from one adaptive mesh to the next adaptive mesh with a bare minimum of solution-transfer error since this form of error compromises the initial conditions used for the next time step. A new adaptive finite element procedure (s-adaptive) is developed in this thesis for modeling transient phenomena in both linear elastic solids and nonlinear elastic solids caused by progressive damage.

Author:Yue, Zhihua

Source:University of Maryland

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