Plotting isoclinics for hybrid photoelasticity and finite element analysis
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Displacement-based finite element method formulations are coupled with stress-based photoelasticity analysis. As the stress field is discontinuous at the interelement boundaries, the introduced smoothing procedure enables the generation of high-quality digital images acceptable for hybird experimental-numerical techniques. The proposed methods are applicable for the analysis of static and dynamic results of experimental photoelasticity.
KeywordsPhotoelasticity finite element analysis isoclinics
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