Active macro-zones algorithm via multidomain SBEM for strain-hardening elastoplastic analysis

Salerno, M

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In this paper a strategy to perform strain-hardening elastoplastic analysis by using the Symmetric Boundary Element Method (SBEM) for multi-domain type problems is shown. The procedure has been developed inside Karnak.sGbem code by introducing an additional module.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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Boundary element method
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Active macro-zones algorithm via multidomain SBEM for strain-hardening elastoplastic analysis. / Salerno, M.

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