Computational Methods in Solid Mechanics by A. CurnierComputational Methods in Solid Mechanics by A. Curnier

Computational Methods in Solid Mechanics

byA. Curnier

Paperback | October 8, 2012

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This volume presents an introduction to the three numerical methods most commonly used in the mechanical analysis of deformable solids, viz. the finite element method (FEM), the linear iteration method (LIM), and the finite difference method (FDM). The book has been written from the point of view of simplicity and unity; its originality lies in the comparable emphasis given to the spatial, temporal and nonlinear dimensions of problem solving. This leads to a neat global algorithm. Chapter 1 addresses the problem of a one-dimensional bar, with emphasis being given to the virtual work principle. Chapters 2--4 present the three numerical methods. Although the discussion relates to a one-dimensional model, the formalism used is extendable to two-dimensional situations. Chapter 5 is devoted to a detailed discussion of the compact combination of the three methods, and contains several sections concerning their computer implementation. Finally, Chapter 6 gives a generalization to two and three dimensions of both the mechanical and numerical aspects. For graduate students and researchers whose work involves the theory and application of computational solid mechanics.
Title:Computational Methods in Solid MechanicsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:404 pagesPublished:October 8, 2012Publisher:Springer-Verlag/Sci-Tech/TradeLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401044864

ISBN - 13:9789401044868

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Table of Contents

Introduction. 1. One-Dimensional Bar Model Problem (Principle of Virtual Work). 2. Spatial Discretisation by the Finite Element Method. 3. Solution of Nonlinearities by the Linear Iteration Method. 4. Time Integration by the Finite Difference Method. 5. Compact Combination of the Finite Element, Linear Iteration and Finite Difference Methods. 6. Two and Three-Dimensional Deformable Solids. Conclusion. Bibliography. Appendix A: List of Symbols. Appendix B: Exercises. Index.