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Engineering Transactions

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Algorithms of the method of statically admissible discontinuous stress fields (SADSP) : [Part I]

Autorzy Bodaszewski, W. 
Treść / Zawartość http://et.ippt.gov.pl/
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Języki publikacji EN
Abstrakty
EN As a form of introduction, the author presents in a broad outline the general concept of the SADSF method, its fundamentals, basic conditions, typical formulation of boundary problems and the essence of difficulties in problem solving. These are not only nonlinearities, singularities, and conditions expressed by complex functions (i.e. given in a form of algorithms), but first of all the structure of the condition system - that is not a priori known - which cause difficulties. As it turns out, the structure depends on boundary conditions, but the relations that express this dependence are not known. In the physical space, it refers to the problems with unknown discretization that is dependent on boundary conditions. Also, as a form of introduction, it will be shown that the investigation of mentioned dependence is possible, anyway. However, it is possible not for two-dimensional fields as a whole, but at least for their component fields around nodes. Thereby fundamental ideas of algorithms are presented in broad outline. Such algorithms are discussed in detail in Parts II and III. The application version of this method, attractive for practical purposes, is briefly described in this part. Numerical examples, also included here, illustrate the position and the possibilities of the method in solving practical problems of shape design of complex thin-wall structures.
Słowa kluczowe
PL metody numeryczne   metoda SADSF  
EN numerical methods   shape desing   SADSF method  
Wydawca Instytut Podstawowych Problemów Techniki PAN
Czasopismo Engineering Transactions
Rocznik 2004
Tom Vol. 52, iss.3
Strony 175--193
Opis fizyczny Bibliogr. 12 poz., rys.
Twórcy
autor Bodaszewski, W.
  • Kielce University of Technology, [Politechnika Świętokrzyska], Tysiąclecia Państwa Polskiego, 25-314 Kielce, wboda@tu.kielce.pl
Bibliografia
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4. W. Szczepiński, J. SZLAGOWSKI, Plastic design of complex shape structures, Ellis Horwood & PWN, Warszawa- Chichester 1990.
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8. W. Bodaszewski, The software package KNPN for approximated shaping of complex plastic structures, VIII-th Symposium on Stability of Structures, t6dz University of Tech­ nology, Poland, 25-30, 1997.
9. W. BoDASZEWSKI, Statically admissible nets of stress discontinuity lines [in Polish], IFTR Reports, 43, 1983.
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12. Internet website: www.sadsf.net.
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