Structural Analysis Systems - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080325828, 9781483162218

Structural Analysis Systems

1st Edition

Software — Hardware Capability — Compatibility — Applications

Editors: A. Niku-Lari
eBook ISBN: 9781483162218
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1986
Page Count: 286
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Description

Structural Analysis Systems: Software—Hardware Capability—Compatibility—Applications, Volume 3 is a practical guidebook on structural analysis systems and their applications. It provides detailed information about a specific software, its postprocessor capabilities and limitations, computer-aided design connection, and compatibility with the most common computers. Several practical examples from industry with computer and user cost are given.
This volume consists of 20 chapters and begins with a description of ALSA, a general purpose finite element computer program for accurate large order structural analysis. The discussion then turns to BEFE, a general purpose program for the static analysis of structures and solids using the finite element method, the boundary element method, or a combination of the two. The following chapters focus on other computer programs such as BEWAVE, CASTEM, FEMFAM, FEMPAC, and OSTIN for applications ranging from finite element analysis to seismic analysis.
This book will be a useful resource for practitioners in scientific and industrial disciplines such as mechanical or civil engineering, informatics, applied mathematics, and computer science.

Table of Contents


Program Description Tables

ALSA: A Hybrid Stress Finite Element Program

BEFE: Coupled Boundary Element-Finite Element Program

BEWAVE: Pressure Wave Propagation by the Boundary Element Program

CASTEM: Finite Element System

ELASTODYNAMICS (2D): Applications of a Boundary Element Program

FEMFAM: Finite Element Analysis on Desktop Computers using the FEMFAM Package

FEMPAC: An Integrated Finite Element System

FENRIS: Finite Element Nonlinear Integrated System

FIESTA: The p-Version Approach in Finite Element Analysis

FLEXAN: Static and Dynamic Analysis of Underwater Cables and Flexible Pipes Systems

LASSAQ: A Computer Program for Laminated Anisotropic Stiffened Shell Analysis Using Quadrilateral Shell Finite Elements

MODULEF: A Library of Computer Procedures for Finite Element Analysis

MSRC-RB: 3-D Elastoplastic Finite Element Program

OSTIN: A Computer Program to Perform the Seismic Analysis of Rigid Strip Footing on 2-D Zoned Viscoelastic Soils on Frequency Domain

RAPS: A Plot Program for Testing of the Model and for Plotting of the Results of Finite Element Calculations

ROBOT: Program for Linear Analysis of Axisymmetric Structures

SAMKE: Finite Element System

STDYNL: A Code for Structural Systems

SURFOPT: Shape Optimal Design for Minimum Stress Concentration by Finite Elements with the Program System "SURFOPT"

ZERO-4: A Computer Program for Fluid-Structure Interaction Problems

Case Study Index

Details

No. of pages:
286
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Pergamon 1986
Published:
Imprint:
Pergamon
eBook ISBN:
9781483162218

About the Editor

A. Niku-Lari

Affiliations and Expertise

Institute for Industrial Technology Transfer, Gournay-sur-Marne, France

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