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Incompatible Three-Dimensional Hexagonal Finite Elements by Multivariable Method
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 Title & Authors
Incompatible Three-Dimensional Hexagonal Finite Elements by Multivariable Method
Ju, Sang-Baek; Sin, Hyo-Chol;
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 Abstract
This paper introduces two three-dimensional eight-node hexagonal elements obtained by using multivariable variational mehtod. Both of them are based on the modified hellinger-reissner principle to employ incompatible displacements and assumed stresses of assumed strains. The internal functions of element are introduced to as element formulation through two different methods : the first one uses the functions determined directly from the element boundary condition of the incompatible displacements ; while the second, being a kind of B-bar mehtod, employs the modification technique of strain-displacement matrix to pass the patch test. The elements are evaluated on the selective problems of bending and material incompressibility with regular and distorted meshes. The results show that the new elements perform with good accuracy in both of deformation and stress calculation and they are insensitive to distorted geometry of element.
 Keywords
Incompatible Displacement;Multivariable Variational Formulation;Incompressibility Locking;
 Language
Korean
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