AbstractWe give a presentation of the mathematical and numerical treatment of plate dynamics problems including rotational inertia. The presence of rotational inertia in the equation of motion makes the study of such problems interesting. We employ HCT finite elements for space discretization and the Newmark method for time discretization in FreeFEM++, and test such methods in some significant cases: a circular plate clamped all over its lateral surface, a rectangular plate simply supported all over its lateral surface, and an L-shaped clamped plate.
Journal of Numerical Mathematics – de Gruyter
Published: Mar 26, 2018
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