Advances in Engineering Software by Clifford

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Raymond, M. 013 Table 2 Pulp suspension characteristics Fig. 8. In¯uence of tortuosity on drainage rate. the prediction of the software to some variations has been checked. The freeness has been considered as the most important parameter because it is the single parameter that best characterizes of the pulp suspension. The fact that freeness is a static drainage measurement is not a problem for the in a dynamic model. Indeed the freeness is used as an initial input parameter. By looking in more detail at Eqs.

1. 34 mm, subjected to uniaxial tension resulting from an axial elongation of 14 mm. This example serves here as a testbed for the plastic algorithm developed in DynELA. The material considered here is a special steel (A533, Grade B, Class 1), with a general 304 O. Pantale´ / Advances in Engineering Software 33 (2002) 297–306 Table 2 Material properties of the OHFC copper rod for the Taylor test Young’s modulus Poisson ratio Density Initial flow stress Linear hardening Fig. 4. Necking of a circular bar: final meshes obtained for 50 (left) and 400 (right) elements.

Generally speaking, boundary element approaches are based essentially in the same interpolation concepts (that is, the meshing of the domain and the use of shape functions) initially developed for the finite element method [4]. The BEM has its same advantages concerning generality and flexibility in the solution of problems in engineering applications, but in contrast with finite elements, the BEM approximations are made only on the boundary of the domain [5 – 7]. The boundary element formulation proposed for the authors for the analysis of grounding systems embedded in uniform soils models [8,9] can be stated in the general framework of the symmetric Galerkin boundary element approaches [10 – 12].

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