Possibilities of the semi-analytical finite element method in the investigation of transient processes of the three-dimensional deformation of heterogeneous bodies of revolution and complex-shaped prismatic bodies by the action of pulsed stressing with allowance for contact interaction zones and nonlinear work of material are shown by calculations of real structures.
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V. A. Bazhenov, A. I. Gulyar, and I. I. Solodei, “Numerical simulation of dynamic processes of elastoplastic interaction between three-dimensional heterogeneous bodies on the basis of semi-analytical finite element method. Part 1. Computational relationships of the semi-analytical finite element method and algorithms for the study of transient processes of dynamic deformation of heterogeneous prismatic bodies and bodies of revolution,” Strength Mater., 45, No. 5, 523–533 (2013).
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Translated from Problemy Prochnosti, No. 1, pp. 101 – 109, January – February, 2014.
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Bazhenov, V.A., Gulyar, A.I. & Solodei, I.I. Numerical Simulation of Dynamic Processes of Elastoplastic Interaction Between Three-Dimensional Heterogeneous Bodies on the Basis of Semi-Analytical Finite Element Method. Part 2. A Study of the Dynamic Deformation of Complex-Shaped Three-Dimensional Structures. Strength Mater 46, 80–87 (2014). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11223-014-9518-x
- plastic strains
- contact surface
- heterogeneous prismatic bodies
- bodies of revolution
- semi-analytical finite element method