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Remeshing applied to 3-D, elastic-plastic, finite-element analyses

S. Mark Roberts

Remeshing applied to 3-D, elastic-plastic, finite-element analyses

by S. Mark Roberts

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Manufacturing and Mechanical Engineering.

Statementby S. Mark Roberts.
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Open LibraryOL21202184M

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.   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 results with high by: 4.

A new finite element solution method for the analysis of frictional contact problems is presented. The contact problem is solved by imposing geometric constraints on the pseudo equilibrium configuration, defined as a configuration at which the compatibility conditions are violated. The algorithm does not require any a priori knowledge of the pairs of contactor nodes or segments. Buy Finite deformation of an elastic solid (Applied mathematics series) on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders.

In the p-version of the finite element method, the triangulation is fixed and the degree p, of the piecewise polynomial approximation, is progressively increased until some desired level of precisi Cited by: Marcal PV, King IP () Elastic-plastic analysis of two-dimensional stress systems by the finite element method. Int J Mech Sci – CrossRef Google Scholar Nagtegaal JC, de Jong JE () Some computational aspects of elastic-plastic large strain by: 4.


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Remeshing applied to 3-D, elastic-plastic, finite-element analyses by S. Mark Roberts Download PDF EPUB FB2

Remeshing applied to 3-D, elastic-plastic, finite-element analyses Author: Roberts, S. Mark Awarding Body: The University of Birmingham Current Institution: University of Birmingham Date of Award: Availability of Full Text. Three-dimensional elastic-plastic finite element analysis for wheel-rail rolling contact fatigue Elastic-plastic Kim1, Ho-Kyung Kim *2 1Graduate School, Seoul National University of Science and Technology, Kongneung-dong, Nowon-ku, Seoul,Korea.

The methodological procedure for generating three-dimensional (3-D) finite element analysis (FEA) geometry models from CT or MRI medical imaging scan data was developed Remeshing applied to 3-D this study. In this paper, different forms of 3-D complex shape descriptions of tool geometries are introduced in finite-element analysis and consistent contact strategies are developed to deal with each of them.

Vol. 32, No. 4, pp./90 $ + Printed in Great Britain. Pergamon Press plc A THREE-DIMENSIONAL RIGID-PLASTIC FINITE ELEMENT ANALYSIS OF BEVEL GEAR FORGING BY USING A REMESHING TECHNIQUE J. YooN and D. YANG Department of Production Engineering, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, P.O.

Box Cited by: 1. Remeshing. An intrinsic difficulty in large-deformation analysis is the constantly changing configuration of the deforming body. This leads to computational errors and convergence problems caused by the severe distortion of the finite-element mesh, when intense shear takes by: The adaptive remeshing technique, depicted in Fig.

1, finite-element analyses book be divided into four main steps: (1) development of a representative three-dimensional finite-element model; (2) calculation of the effective stress intensity factors along the crack front; (3) determination of the crack front advances applying an adequate fatigue crack growth law; (4) definition of a new three-dimensional finite Cited by: A minimal remeshing finite element method for crack growth is presented.

Discontinuous enrichment functions are added to the finite element approximation to account for the presence of the crack. This method allows the crack to be arbitrarily aligned within the by: A spectral stochastic elastic–plastic finite element method with Fokker–Planck–Kolmogorov equation based probabilistic constitutive integrator is proposed for solution of this non-linear.

Finite element and boundary element contact stress analysis with remeshing technique Article in Applied Mathematical Modelling 31(12) December with 19. One of the first approaches to the problem was the elastic-plastic finite-element method, developed by Marcal and King ().

Yamada et al. () and Lee and Kobayashi (, ) used FEM to solve a variety of problems in elasto plasticity, such as flat punch indentation, upsetting of solid cylinders, extrusion, and expansion of a hole in a Cited by: 2. Finite element analysis of internally balanced elastic materials Article in Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering April with 28 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Harley T. Johnson, in Material Substructures in Complex Bodies, Continuum modeling methods. The linear elastic analysis of stress and strain in semiconductor nanostructures is conveniently done using continuum finite element methods.

Since the systems are expected to be free of defects, and because the elastic properties of the heterostructure materials are well characterized. In this paper, full 3-D elastic-plastic finite element analyses were performed to investigate the validity of the present ASME code in evaluating the integrity of vessel under PTS conditions.

The solution in ASME Section XI code gives accurate SIF values when the crack tip is close to by: 5. The finite element model with the implementation of a robust cyclic plasticity theory was used to simulate the elastic-plastic stresses for the partial slip (stick-slip) line rolling contact.

Detailed rolling contact stresses and strains were obtained for up to 40 rolling by: In the present investigation elliptical corner fatigue crack growth from a hole was predicted using PICC method. An elastic-plastic finite element model is built with a suitably refined mesh and time-dependent remote tractions are applied to simulate cyclic loading.

In a 3D geometry the crack opening value will vary along the crack front. Elastic-plastic stress analyses of rolling contact using the finite element ~FE.

methods were conducted by Hahn and his co-workers @11–16#, Xu and Jiang @10#, and Jiang et al. @17#. Dang Van and Maitournam @18# developed a procedure for the numeri-cal analysis of repeated rolling contact.

It was noted that different. This book is a compendium of knowledge on the finite element method (FEM) applied to beam and plate structures resting on elastic foundation.

Providing a theoretical description of beam and plate elements and elastic foundations, we use the displacement approach to the : $ As an example of the finite element model, the Lagrangian technique and explicit dynamic, thermo-mechanically coupled modelling software with adaptive remeshing were applied to simulate the plane-strain orthogonal metal cutting.

This means that the initial mesh becomes distorted after a certain length of cut, as shown in Fig. B, and is remeshed in this vicinity to form a regular mesh again. Geotechnical analyses involving bearing capacity, excavation and slope stability of highly variable soils have been performed using elasto-plastic finite elements.

The finite element analyses are validated against well-known solutions where possible, before being applied to more complicated problems in which the classical approaches are at best Cited by: 4. Abstract: Based on detailed two-dimensional (2-D) and three-dimensional (3-D) finite element (FE)analyses, this paper attempts to quantify in-plane and out-of-plane constraint effects on elastic-plastic J and cracked tip stresses for biaxially loaded plate with a through-thickness crack and semi-elliptical surface crack.

In the p-version of the finite element method, the triangulation is fixed and the degree p, of the piecewise polynomial approximation, is progressively increased until some desired level of precision is reached.

In this paper, we first establish the basic approximation properties of some spaces of piecewise polynomials defined on a finite element by: A Practical Guide to Reliable Finite Element Modelling will appeal to practising engineers engaged in conducting regular finite element analyses, particularly those new to the field.

It will also be a resource for postgraduate students and researchers addressing problems associated with errors in the finite element method.