2 edition of nonlinear analysis of statically loaded plane frames using a discrete element model found in the catalog.
nonlinear analysis of statically loaded plane frames using a discrete element model
Clifford O. Hays
by Center for Highway Research, University of Texas at Austin in [Austin
Written in English
|Statement||by Clifford O. Hays [and] Hudson Matlock.|
|Series||[Center for Highway Research, University of Texas at Austin] Research report 56-23|
|Contributions||Matlock, Hudson, joint author., Texas. Highway Dept.|
|LC Classifications||TA660.F7 H39|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxix, 351 p.|
|Number of Pages||351|
|LC Control Number||73621996|
A nonlinear static analysis method was recently developed for the performance assessment of plane frames. The primary advantage of this method is its ability to accurately represent shear effects coupled with axial and flexural behaviors through a simple modeling approach suitable for Cited by: configurations which can occur. These load cases are then solved with a linear static analysis, using NASTRAN© CSHEAR elements to account for buckling of thin shells. Over the past 8 years, efforts have been made to change these assumptions by using a high density mesh on the model, and solving the models with a non-linear analysis in ABAQUS Cited by: 2.
nonlinear modal stiffness is directly evaluated from the nonlinear finite element stiffness matrix (so-called direct methods), and those in which the nonlinear modal stiffness is indirectly evaluated. Direct methods are typically implemented in special purpose finite element codes in which the nonlinear stiffness is known The only knownCited by: The element preserves advantages of the quasi-conforming technique, including an explicit stiffness matrix, which can be applied to nonlinear problems. The weak patch test guarantees the convergence of the element. Then the linear element is extended to the geometrically nonlinear analysis in the framework of Total Lagrangian (TL) by: 4. Basic Concepts in Nonlinear Dynamics and Chaos. We illustrate nonlinear systems using Logistic Difference Equation Iterations of Growth model with r = So far, notice, we have a linear model that produces unlimited growth. Limited Growth model - Logistic Map.
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