Index

Note: Page Numbers followed by f indicate figures; t, tables; b, boxes.

A
Absolute value function, 58–60, 60f, 101, 170
Adaptive mesh, 2
Additional degree of freedom, 7, 9, 172–173, 226–227
Angular distribution function, 146
Attenuation coefficient, 181–185, 187
B
Belytschko–Lin–Tsay shell element, 10–11, 115–116, 116f
Blending element, 8, 58–60, 71, 172, 197
Boundary element method, 2–3, 5–7
C
Coarse grain method, 223–224
Cohesive crack, 9
Complex moduli, 181, 184
Consistency, 61, 63, 79–80, 86–87, 109, 144–145, 170, 198
Consistent mass matrix, 72
Constitutive law, 10–11, 118
Continuum-based (CB) shell, 11–12, 104, 115–120, 117f, 123, 125, 128–129, 136, 140–142
Continuum mechanics ...

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