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- USE OF A THREE-DIMENSIONAL, DYNAMIC FINITE ELEMENT PROGRAM FOR ANALYSIS OF FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT
- Three-dimensional differential equations dynamic analysis for non-linear structures
- WILSON - Static and Dynamic Analysis of Structures
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USE OF A THREE-DIMENSIONAL, DYNAMIC FINITE ELEMENT PROGRAM FOR ANALYSIS OF FLEXIBLE PAVEMENT
The equation for nondamped free vibration in multidegree of freedom systems looks like:. The terms of the matrices are the forces in the degree of freedom i due to a unitary acceleration or to a unitary displacement, respectively, in the degree of freedom j. The model normally adopted is shown in figure 3. The masses have as degrees of freedom two lateral orthogonal translations and a rotation around the central axis. This appropriately simulates the displacements of the structure in the horizontal plane and the torsion of the structure caused by eccentricities of the mass with respect to stiffness. The matrix of stiffness, consequently, is constructed in accordance with these degrees of freedom, as illustrated later on. However, it may be sufficient to use a plane model for each horizontal axis, and to analyze the torsion effects in a static three-dimensional analysis with the forces resulting from this dynamic analysis.
Three-dimensional differential equations dynamic analysis for non-linear structures
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WILSON - Static and Dynamic Analysis of Structures
Dynamic and static analysis of FGM skew plates with 3D elasticity based graded finite element modeling. On the basis of the principle of minimum potential energy and the Rayleigh Ritz method, the equations of motion are derived in conjunction with the graded finite element approach. Solution of the resulted system of equations in time domain is carried out via Newmark's time integration method. Calculations are applied for fully clamped boundary condition. In the present paper, two different sets of distributions for material properties are considered.
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