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2.1 Strong form for problems in engineering
2.2 Construction of a weak form
2.4 Heat conduction problem: Weak form
2.5 Approximatesolutions: The ﬁnite element method
2.6 Implementation of elements into FEAP
3.1 Derivatives of functionals: The variation
3.2 Symmetry of inner products
3.3 Variational notation
4.1 Constitutive Equations for Linear Elasticity
5.1 Hu-Washizu Variational Theorem
5.2 Hellinger-Reissner Variational Theorem
5.3 Minimum Potential Energy Theorem
6.1 External Force Computation
6.2 Internal Force Computation
6.3 Split into Deviatoric and Spherical Parts
6.4 InternalForce - Deviatoricand VolumetricParts
6.6 Stiﬀness for Displacement Formulation
6.7 Numerical Integration
Mixed Finite Element Methods
7.2 Finite Element Solution for Mixed Formulation
7.3 Mixed Solutions for Anisotropic Linear Elastic
7.4 Hu-WashizuVariationalTheorem: General Prob-
7.4.1 Example: Interpolations linear for u and constant φ
Enhanced Strain Mixed Method
8.2 Stresses in the Enhanced Method
8.3 Construction of Enhanced Modes
8.4 Non-Linear Elasticity
8.5 Solution Strategy: Newton’s Method
Linear Viscoelasticity
9.1 Isotropic Model
Plasticity Type Formulations
10.1 Plasticity Constitutive Equations
10.2 Solution Algorithm for the Constitutive Equa-
10.3 Isotropic plasticity: J2 Model
10.4 Isotropic viscoplasticity: J2 model
11.1 Constraint Equations - Introduction
11.2 Mixed Penalty Methods for Constraints
11.3 Augmented LagrangianMethod forConstraints
12.2 Newmark Solution of Momentum Equations
12.3 Hilber-Hughes-Taylor (HHT) Algorithm
13.1 Kinematics and Deformation
13.2 Stress and Traction Measures
13.3 Balance of Momentum
13.4 Boundary Conditions
13.5 Initial Conditions
13.6 Material Constitution - Finite Elasticity
13.7 Variational Description
13.8 Linearized Equations
13.9 Element Technology
13.10 Consistent and Lumped Mass Matrices
13.11 Stress Divergence Matrix
13.12 Geometric stiﬀness
13.15 Basic ﬁnite element formulation
13.16 Mixed formulation
Heat Transfer Element
Solid Elements
B.1 Displacement elements
Structural Elements
C.1 Truss elements
C.2 Frame elements
C.2.1 Small displacement element
C.3 Plate elements
C.4 Shell elements
D.1 Conventional Representation
D.2 Alternative RepresentationinTwoDimensions
D.3 Derivatives of Alternative Formulation
Properties for J2 plasticity models
E.1 Example 1
E.2 Example 2
Matrix Form for Equations of Solids
F.1 Stress and Strain
F.3 Linear Elastic Constitutive Equations
F.3.1 Example: Isotropic behavior
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