3 edition of Elastic-plastic mixed-iterative finite element analysis found in the catalog.
Elastic-plastic mixed-iterative finite element analysis
1993 by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va .
Written in English
|Statement||Edhi Sutjahjo and Christos C. Chamis.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 106164.|
|Contributions||Chamis, C. C., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
|The Physical Object|
Finite Element Method for Elastic Plastic Plates. A finite element method is developed for the analysis of elastic, perfectly plastic sandwich plates. The method is formulated by means of Greenberg's complementary energy rate theorem using constant moment elements. This formulation results in a quadratic programming by: 9. Reference: UEDA, Y. and YAMAKAWA, T. (). Analysis of Thermal Elastic-Plastic Stress and Strain during Welding by Finite Element Method. Trans. JWS. 2(2). (). 0 10 20 30 40 50 0 Thermal expansion coefficient x(oC) Yield stress/Yield stress at room temperature Young's modules x (kgf/mm2) Young's. James C. Newman is an American engineer and materials scientist known for his work on fracture and fatigue for aerospace vehicles. and pioneered the finite element studies of planar cracks in three-dimensional finite bodies, and are used as benchmarks for new crack stress analysis . Daryl L. Logan has written: 'A First Course in the Finite Element Method/Book and Disk (The Pws Series in Engineering)' 'A first course in the finite element method' -- subject(s): Finite element.
A NASTRAN elastic-plastic finite element analysis of a notched fatigue specimen was performed and the results compared with experimental notch root strain. The calculated notch stress and strain were used in a cumulative damage procedure for determining specimen life which was compared to experimentAuthor: G. E. Barron.
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Of the mixed-iterative method, however, it must be understood that the discontinuities to be smoothed are those originating from finite element discretizations, not from the physics of the problem. Elastic-Plastic Mixed-Iterative Analysis The accuracy of stress and strain solutions has a direct effect on the quality of elastic-plastic analysis.
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Elastic-plastic mixed-iterative finite element analysis: Implementation and performance assessment. [Edhi Sutjahjo; C C Chamis; United States.
National Aeronautics and Space Administration.]. An elastic-plastic algorithm based on Von Mises and associative flow criteria is implemented in MHOST-a mixed iterative finite element analysis computer program developed by NASA Lewis Research Center. The performance of the resulting elastic-plastic mixed-iterative analysis is examined through a set of convergence : Edhi Sutjahjo and Christos C.
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The digit and digit formats both work. Cited by: 4. The Elastic-Plastic Finite-Element Method. Abstract. The rigid-plastic and viscoplastic finite-element techniques described in the previous chapters are useful approaches to the modelling of metal deformation when the elastic component of strain may reasonably be ignored.
This is often the case, for example, for hot working by: 4. Material nonlinear analysis via mixed-iterative finite element method. Nonlinear thermo-elastic-plastic and creep analysis by the finite element method.
SHARIFI and. An elastic-plastic constitutive equation can be probabilistically integrated at each material integration (Gauss) point using the strain from the finite element level by. In the analysis by Shivpuri et al.  the influence of roll speed mismatch on the curvature of the plate was analysed using an explicit time-integration elastic-plastic finite-element method.
The asymmetric hot rolling process with rolls of the same diameter but different roll speed at the upper and lower roll was analysed by Cao et al.
[10 Cited by: l~t. Mech. Sci. Pergamon Press Ltd. Vol. 9, pp. Printed in Great Britain ELASTIC-PLASTIC ANALYSIS OF TWO-DIMENSIONAL STRESS SYSTEMS BY THE FINITE ELEMENT METHOD P. M~RCAL* and I. KI~CG~ (Received 11 August ) Summary--A method is described for the incremental elastic-plastic analysis of two- dimensional stress Cited by: Computers i Structures Vol.
43, No. Printed in Great Britain. /+ 3 Pcrgamon Press Ltd CONSISTENT STIFFNESS ITERATION METHOD FOR ELASTIC-PLASTIC ANALYSIS CHIH-CHAO CHANG Department of Civil Engineering, Feng Chia University, Taichung, Taiwan, R.O.C. (Received 20 March ) Abstractn this paper, a new Cited by: 1. Elastic plastic material model and updated-Lagrangian formulation are used in the analysis.
The simulation uses a special method of computation, called the ‘Iterative Convergence Method (ICM)’ in order to obtain solutions for steady state cutting and for quickening the convergence of computations compared with the real transient process.
Yung-Li Lee, Mark E. Barkey, in Metal Fatigue Analysis Handbook, Constant Amplitude Pseudo Stress-Life Curve. The synthetic constant amplitude pseudo stress-life curve for a notched component is preferable if the local stress is determined by a linear elastic finite element section presents the method to convert the nominal stress-life curve mentioned.
In ten chapters, Advanced Topics in Finite Element Analysis of Structures: with Mathematica® and MATLAB® Computations covers: Essential background.
Analysis of elastic solids. Solids of revolution. Multifield formulations for beam elements. Multifield formulations for analysis of elastic solids. Plates and shells. Introduction to nonlinear by: A thorough guide to the fundamentals--and how to use them--of finite element analysis for elastic structures For elastic structures, the finite element method is an invaluable tool which is used most effectively only when one understands completely each of its by: Introduction to Nonlinear Analysis Slide Slide R ~ in.
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p deformation dependent Finite element. Non-linear Finite Element Analysis of Solids and Structures, 2nd Edition is an essential reference for practising engineers and researchers that can also be used as a text for undergraduate and Author: Khaled Megahed.
Abstract: The welded joint is the critical area in the structure integrity investigation. To understand the influence of the mechanical heterogeneous on the fracture parameters in welded joint, the represented way of the welded mechanical heterogeneity and its effect on the mechanical parameters at the crack tip are analyzed by using an elastic-plastic finite element analysis.
The finite element method (FEM) is a computational technique for solving problems which are described by partial differential equations or which can be formulated as functional minimization.
The FEM is commonly used in the design and development of products, especially where structural analysis is by: Thermal Contact Elastic-Plastic Finite Element Analysis of Hole-Structure Abstract: Finite element models of hole-structure are built for analyzing hole-edge contact problems under thermal loads.
In order to obtain accurate and reasonable numerical results, elastic model and elastic-plastic model are built in gradual improvement.
Finite element analysis of the ramberg-osgood bar. nonlinear two point boundary value problem is established an d used as a foundation for th e finite element analysis. Numerical analysis, in the form of the finite element, finite difference or boundary element method, has become a preferred calculation tool in the design of complex geotechnical structures.
Finite Element Method The major steps in carrying out a finite element analysis are reviewed and their relations to elements of elasticity are pointed out. Stress Concentrations and Singularities Two major pitfalls in finite element analysis – stress concentrations and singularities – are Size: KB.
Finite element solutions are presented for the subsurface stress and deformation fields in a layered elastic-plastic half-space subjected to repeated frictionless indentation by a rigid sphere.
A perfectly adhering layer is modeled using two different thicknesses and elastic modulus and yield stress two and four times greater than those of the Cited by: See Section in Crisfrield book  e: Strain vector in the current iteration.
Output: Material_State2: A history variable containing material state variables at current iteration. D_ep: Tangent constitutive matrix. References:  Crisfield, Michael A.
Non-linear finite element analysis of solids and structures. Vol. Wiley, Reviews: 2. Finite element analysis is now widely used for solving complex static and dynamic problems encountered in engineering and the sciences.
In these two video courses, Professor K. Bathe, a researcher of world renown in the field of finite element analysis, teaches the basic principles used for effective finite element analysis, describes the general assumptions, and discusses.
Hybrid-stress models for elastic-plastic analysis by the initial-stress approach International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, Vol. 14, No. 3 Large deflection static analysis of typical tail-wheel structure of light aircraft by finite element methodCited by: Books shelved as finite-elements: Practical Stress Analysis with Finite Elements by Bryan J.
MacDonald, Modeling of Metal Forming and Machining Processes. elasto-plastic problems by the finite element method (FEM). References 1 provides an excellent review of the techniques of elasto-plastic modelling in the framework of the finite element method.
Almost all research work on elasto-plastic finite element analysis was based on the traditional h-version of the finite element method. The finite element iterative method (FEIM), for the analysis of the eigenvalue problem arising at singularities, has been applied to elastic and inelastic, homogenous and dissimilar media [1–5].
In this paper, we will discuss the convergence and accuracy of the method in evaluating singularities at interfaces of dissimilar by: 2.
ELASTIC-PLASTIC INDENTATION DEFORMATION IN HOMOGENEOUS AND LAYERED MATERIALS: FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS The complex phenomenon of indentation deformation is studied using finite element analysis for both homogeneous and layered materials.
For the homogeneous materials, the elastic-plastic deformation at large indentation Cited by: 4. "A pseudo-coupled numerical approach for stability analysis of frozen soil slopes based on finite element limit analysis method." Sciences in Cold and Arid Regions 5, no. 4 (): • Yuan Feng, Kaveh Zamani and Boris Jeremić.
Procedure to Build Trust in Nonlinear Elastoplastic Integration Algorithm: Solution and Code Verification. Key features: Presents fundamental theory in an accessible and logical way. - Explains finite element analysis using simple, understandable mathematics.
- Emphasizes the practical approach to the study, teaching through worked examples. - Describes commercially-available finite element packages. - Introduces more advanced non-linear, eigenvalue and transient 5/5(2).
finite element program, for small strain elastic-plastic analysis, to be simply and rigourously adapted to problems involving arbitrary amounts of deflection and arbitrary levels of stress in comparison to large plastic deformation. Naylor^ has analysed a number of problems by finite element File Size: 4MB.
Moreover, the performed elastic-plastic finite element analyses (FEA) indicate that the crack growth in the specimens begins by significant yielding around the crack tip. Elastic-Plastic Finite Element Analysis of Vehicle Structural Components This paper examines how two practical finite elements, a beam element and a triangular plate bending element, can be applied to vehicle design analysis with acceptable accuracy, yet without expensive computer time by: 6.
In this review the use of the finite element method (FEM) and the extended finite element method (XFEM) to model fatigue crack propagation is discussed.
The basic techniques are presented, together with some of the recent by: 7. In the finite element method, when structural elements are used in an analysis, the total stress distribution is obtained. Therefore, to produce membrane and bending stresses, the total stress distribution shall be linearized on a stress component basis and used to calculate the equivalent stresses.
If shell elements (shell theory) are used, then the membrane. 4/5 Wed 1D contact analysis Chap5 4/7 Fri Constraint methods for contact analysis 4/10 Mon 2D contact variational inequality 4/12 Wed Finite element formulation for contact Exam 2 4/14 Fri Contact modeling issues 4/17 Mon Contact analysis File Size: 43KB.
Stochastic Elastic-Plastic Finite Element Method Boris Jeremi´c In collaboration with Kallol Sett, You-Chen Chao and Levent Kavvas CEE Dept., University of California, Davis and ESD, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Intel Corporation Webinar Series, October Jeremi´cComputational Geomechanics Group Stochastic Elastic-Plastic Finite File Size: 4MB.
Large Strain Elastic-Plastic Analysis. Pages procedures for the stress integration of inelastic constitutive relations within the incremental-iterative finite element analysis and general strain-driven problems of solids and structures.
The book gives the physical and theoretical foundations of inelastic material models commonly. The objective of this paper is to develop a finite element model for 3D elastic–plastic frictional contact problem of Cosserat materials.
Because 3D elastic–plastic frictional contact problems belong to the unspecified boundary problems with nonlinearities in both material and geometric forms, a large number of calculations are needed to obtain numerical Cited by: 4.Download.
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