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The non‐linear dynamics due to rotor‐stator contact is simulated using the finite element method. Develops and describes a general contact finite element. By implementing this element into a powerful multibody dynamics software, different rotor global motions are analysed. Special attention...
Direct and indirect time marching boundary element methods often become numerically unstable. Evidence of, and reasons for, these instabilities is provided in this paper. Two new time stepping schemes are presented, both of which are more stable than the existing standard schemes available. In...
Proposes an automatic adaptive meshing scheme. Error in strain energy is directly obtained through strain energy density function (SED). Versatility of this function, in comparison with that of others, is looked at in detail. Mesh enrichment method consists of a series of h ‐refinement steps...
FEM analysis has been increasingly employed to simulate sheetmetal forming processes for industrial application purposes. From the simulation results, finite element analysts are able to predict the occurrences of splits and wrinkles therefore they can make recommendations of changes to the die...
In metal forming, there are problems with recurrent geometric characteristics and without explicitly prescribed boundary conditions. In such problems, so‐called recurrent boundary conditions must be introduced. The present study deals with non‐steady‐state three‐dimensional finite element...
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