Examination of cross-industry best practice in the modelling of details common in fabricated plate/shell construction

J. Wood

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Abstract

The primary aim of this exercise was to examine "best practice" in the modelling of details common in fabricated plate/shell construction (with general shell elements) and to disseminate this to the FENET membership and beyond.

Conference

ConferenceThe 5th FENET Technical Workshop
CityNoordwijk, The Netherlands
Period1/10/03 → …

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Keywords

  • design engineering
  • fabrication
  • engineering education
  • plate construction

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Wood, J. (2003). Examination of cross-industry best practice in the modelling of details common in fabricated plate/shell construction. Paper presented at The 5th FENET Technical Workshop, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, .
Wood, J. / Examination of cross-industry best practice in the modelling of details common in fabricated plate/shell construction. Paper presented at The 5th FENET Technical Workshop, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, .
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2003. Paper presented at The 5th FENET Technical Workshop, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, .

Research output: Contribution to conferencePaper

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