Including rotational degrees of freedom within a structural finite volume procedure

W. Pan, M. Wheel

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Abstract

Paper detailing the methods employed in rotational degrees of freedom within a structural finite volume procedure. The method incorporates rotation variables in addition to the displacement degrees of freedom employed in earlier FV based structural analysis procedures and conventional displacement based finite element (FE) formulations. The method is used to predict the displacement fields in a number of test cases for which solutions are already available.

Conference

Conference10th UK Conference of the Association of Computational Mechanics in Engineering (ACME)
CitySwansea, UK
Period14/04/0217/04/02

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Degrees of freedom (mechanics)
Structural analysis

Keywords

  • finite volume
  • finite element
  • rotations
  • beam bending
  • design engineering

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Pan, W., & Wheel, M. (2002). Including rotational degrees of freedom within a structural finite volume procedure. Paper presented at 10th UK Conference of the Association of Computational Mechanics in Engineering (ACME), Swansea, UK, .
Pan, W. ; Wheel, M. / Including rotational degrees of freedom within a structural finite volume procedure. Paper presented at 10th UK Conference of the Association of Computational Mechanics in Engineering (ACME), Swansea, UK, .
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2002. Paper presented at 10th UK Conference of the Association of Computational Mechanics in Engineering (ACME), Swansea, UK, .

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