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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||Application Of The Radial Integration Method Into Dynamic Formulation Of Anisotropic Shallow Shells Using Boundary Element Method|
|Abstract:||The formulation developed in this work is based on the coupling of plane elasticity formulation and thin plate formulation for plates (Kirchhoff plates). Both formulations use elastostatic fundamental solutions. Curvature effects are considered as body forces, which generates domain integrals. Domain integrals are transformed into boundary integrals using the radial integration method. Thus, only the boundary is discretized. A radial basis function is used as approximation function in domain integrals. The developed formulation is applied to the dynamic analysis of anisotropic and composite laminate shallow shells under time dependent loads. A computational implementation was performed for the formulation developed and results were compared with results from literature.|
|Editor:||Trans Tech Publications Ltd|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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