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The analysis of certain structures must be performed with due consideration to non‐linear behavior, such as material and geometric non‐linearities. The existing methods for treating non‐linear structural behavior generally make use of repeated linearization, such as load increment methods....
The viscous finite volume lambda formulation is presented. The suggested technique is apt to compute viscous flows with heat fluxes. The inviscid terms are evaluated by means of the non‐conservative, very accurate upwind methodology, known as the finite volume lambda formulation. The diffusive...
This paper considers fully‐developed flows in ducts of arbitrary shape under thermal conditions of fluids obeying various constitutive equations. The numerical method is based on the transformation of the physical flow domain, assumed to be simply‐connected. By using mass, momentum and energy...
Non‐linear transformation of freeform curves and surfaces is useful in computer‐aided design and computer graphics. It is highly desirable that the original and transformed curves or surfaces are defined using the same representation. But freeform curves and surfaces defined by control points...
Presents a simple heuristic optimization algorithm to determine weight‐minimal laminate structures. The algorithm is based on an inverted form of growth strategy, where material is removed in areas with low stresses. In the presented algorithm the removal of material is performed in a layerwise...
In this paper, a hybrid stress 12‐node brick element is presented. Its assumed stress field is derived by first examining the deformation modes of a geometrically regular element and then generalizing to other element configurations using tensorial transformation. The total number of stress...
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