Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis and ADINA contains the proceedings of the Fourth ADINA Conference held at Massachusetts Institute of Technology on June 15-17, 1983. Separating the papers presented in the conference as chapters, this book first elucidates the use of ADINA for analysis of mines with explosive fills. Subsequent chapters explore the use of ADINA in soil mechanics; nonlinear shell analysis; analysis of bond between prestressed steel and concrete; determination and simulation of stable crack growth; offshore structures analysis; modeling of traveling-loads and time-dependent masses; and comparison of two slideline methods. Other notable applications of ADINA are also shown.
Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis and Adina Preface The use of ADINA for analysis of mines with explosive fills Use of ADINA in soil mechanics with case studies for excavations Analysis of the hexcan of a fast breeder reactor with a through crack Experiences in nonlinear shell analysis using ADINA Modeling and analysis of bias-ply motorcycle tires A simple and effective pipe elbow element—some nonlinear capabilities Bond between prestressed steel and concrete—computer analysis using ADINA Near-field thermomechanical response of a waste vault A desk-top personal computer for finite element post-processing Determination and simulation of stable crack growth in ADINA The use of NONSAP to compare the Von Mises and a modified Von Mises yield criteria On elastic-plastic analysis of I-beams in bending and torsion Nonlinear static analysis of end-fittings for GFRP-prestressing rods Three-dimensional J-integral calculations of part-through surface crack problems Analysis of offshore structures with ADINA Modeling of traveling-loads and time-dependent masses with ADINA Simplified analysis of plastic and stable crack growth Fluid-structure interaction and ADINA Fracture mechanics J-integral calculations in thermo-elasto-plasticity The analysis of creep stability and rupture An application of ADINA to the solution of fluid-structure interaction problems Calculation of turbine rotors in secondary creep range Comparison of two slideline methods using ADINA Large strain solutions of rubber components Stress analysis of a simplified compression plate fixation system for fractured bones Nonlinear finite element analysis of an autofrettage process ADINA analysis of large deflections and stresses in bending fatigue specimens On the automatic solution of nonlinear finite element equations Analysis of surface cracks in plates and shells using the line-spring model and ADINA Thermomechanical calculations related to thermally ind
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