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, Volume 52, Issue 1–2, pp 95–104 | Cite as

Computation of a two-dimensional stress intensity factor by the boundary element method

  • M. Tanaka
  • M. Hamada
  • Y. Iwata
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Summary

This paper presents a boundary element formulation for elastostatic problems. The formulation is expressed in terms of the matrix notation, so that it is easily applicable to an available system of matrix structural analysis. A computer program developed is used to calculate the stress intensity factor KI for some example problems in plane elasticity. Comparison is made between the boundary element calculations and other solutions, whereby the effectiveness of the boundary element method is demonstrated.

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Neural Network Information Theory Stress Intensity Factor Nonlinear Dynamics Boundary Element 
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Berechnung eines zweidimensionalen Spannungsintensitätsfaktors mit der Methode der Bandelemente

Übersicht

Dieser Aufsatz bietet eine Formulierung elastostatischer Probleme durch die Methode der Randelemente an. Die Formulierung benutzt eine Darstellung in Matrizenbezeichnung, so daß sie auf ein verfügbares System für Matrizenstrukturberechnung einfach anwendbar ist. Ein ausgebautes Computerprogramm wird auf die Berechnung des Spannungsintensitätsfaktors Ki für einige Beispiele in der ebenen Elastizität angewendet. Die mittels der Randelemente erhaltenen Ergebnisse werden mit anderen Lösungen verglichen. Dadurch zeigt sich die Wirksamkeit der Methode der Randelemente.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. Tanaka
    • 1
  • M. Hamada
    • 1
  • Y. Iwata
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Mechanical Engineering Faculty of EngineeringOsaka UniversitySuitaJapan

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