Applied Mathematics and Mechanics

, Volume 9, Issue 12, pp 1153–1162 | Cite as

Analysis of nonlinear large deformation problems by boundary element method

  • Xie He-ping


In this paper, the author deduces an approximate solution of nonlinear influence function in rate form for two-dimensional elastic problems on current configuration by the method of co-moving coordinate system. Here BEM formulation of large deformation based on Chen's theory[I] is given. The computational processes of nonlinear boundary integral equation is discussed. The author also compiles a nonlinear computing program NBEM. Numerical examples show that the results presented here is available to the solution of engineering problems.


Boundary Element Large Deformation Boundary Element Method Engineering Problem Boundary Integral Equation 
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© Shanghai University of Technology (SUT) 1988

Authors and Affiliations

  • Xie He-ping
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  1. 1.Graduate SchoolChina Institute of MiningBeijing

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