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Parameter Sensitivity in Nonlinear Mechanics: Theory and Finite Element Computations ebook

by Michael Kleiber


This book addresses the finite element computational techniques typical of sensitivity analysis for solid mechanics systems with any nonlinearity.

This book addresses the finite element computational techniques typical of sensitivity analysis for solid mechanics systems with any nonlinearity. It is an attempt to combine theoretical modelling techniques with effective computer implementation: besides the theory many suitable finite element codes have been developed by the authors and used for computing examples discussed in the text.

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Recent developments in the sensitivity analysis for nonlinear structural mechanics and dynamics problems are . Kleiber, M. et a. Parameter Sensitivity in Nonlinear Mechanics - Theory and Finite Element Computations, Wiley, NY, 1997.

Kleiber, M. 2. Haftka, R. T. and Adelman, H. Recent developments in structural sensitivity analysis, Structural Optimization 1(3) (1989), 137–151. CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Parameter sensitivity in nonlinear mechanics : theory and finite element computations. Motivation: Sensitivity and Large-Scale Systems. Nonlinear Solid Mechanics: Continuous and Semi-Discretized Formulation. Michał Kleiber, Duong Hien Tran, Horacio Antúnez, Piotr Pawel Kowalczyk. Concepts of Sensitivity Analysis for Linear Systems.

Parameter Sensitivity in Non-Linear Mechanics-Theory and Finite Element Computations. New expressions for the required gradients of the response of geometrically nonlinear structures are derived and implemented in an existing finite element code, which is then merged with a FORM/SORM reliability code. The gradient computation does not require repeated solutions of the nonlinear response and is free of the errors inherent in the perturbation method.

By presenting both the nonlinear solid mechanics and the associated finite element techniques together, the authors . Schweizerhof, K. and Ramm, . Displacement dependent pressure loads in non-linear finite element analysis, Compt. 18, 1099–1114, 1984.

By presenting both the nonlinear solid mechanics and the associated finite element techniques together, the authors provide, in the first of two books in this series, a complete, clear, and unified treatment of the static aspects of nonlinear solid mechanics.

Finite element methods (FEM) are discretizations of boundary value problems in variational form. In the h-version FEM convergence is achieved by mesh refinement; in the p-version, it is achieved by increasing polynomial degree

Finite element methods (FEM) are discretizations of boundary value problems in variational form. In the h-version FEM convergence is achieved by mesh refinement; in the p-version, it is achieved by increasing polynomial degree.

Mechanics: Theory and Finite Element Computations, John Wiley & Sons, New York, NY, 1997. M. Kleiber, H. Antunez, T. D. Hien and P. Kowalczyk, Parameter Sensitivity in Nonlinear Mechanics: Theory and Finite Element Computations, John Wiley & Sons, New York, NY, 1997. 14. A. Saltelli, K. Chan and E. Scott, ed. Sensitivity Analysis, Wiley Series in Probability and. Statistics, John Wiley & Sons, New York, NY, 2000. 49. L. G. Stanley and D. Stewart, Design Sensitivity Analysis: Computational Issues of Sensitivity Equation Methods, Frontiers in Applied Mathematics, vol. 25, SIAM, Philadelphia, 2002.

There are various methods for the analysis and design of bodies subject to static and dynamic loadings in structural and solid mechanics. Sensitivity analysis is concerned with the relationship between parameters, describing the structure under consideration and the function describing the response of that structure under loading conditions. This book addresses the finite element computational techniques typical of sensitivity analysis for solid mechanics systems with any nonlinearity. It is an attempt to combine theoretical modelling techniques with effective computer implementation: besides the theory many suitable finite element codes have been developed by the authors and used for computing examples discussed in the text.
Parameter Sensitivity in Nonlinear Mechanics: Theory and Finite Element Computations ebook
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Michael Kleiber
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