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Advances in Direct Methods for Materials and Structures

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Advances in Direct Methods for Materials and Structures
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Advances in Direct Methods for Materials and Structures
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Advances in Direct Methods for Materials and Structures
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  • Preface -- Contents -- 1 Limit Load Theorems for the Drucker-Prager Yield Condition with a Non-associated Flow Rule -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Limit States-A General Definition -- 3 Limit Analysis for a Non-associated Plastic Flow -- 3.1 Material Model -- 3.2 The Static Bound Theorem -- 3.3 The Kinematic Bound Theorem -- 4 Consistent Limit States -- 5 Conclusions -- References -- A Direct Method for Predicting the High-Cycle Fatigue Regime of Shape-Memory Alloys Structures -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Constitutive Laws -- 3 Structural Evolution Problem -- 4 Shakedown Theorem -- 5 Description of the Method -- 6 Application to Biomedical Stents -- 7 Conclusions -- Appendix -- References -- Shakedown Within Polycrystals: A Direct Numerical Assessment -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Steady State and Fatigue Criteria -- 2.1 Dang Van Criterion -- 3 The Crystal Plasticity Model -- 3.1 Single Crystal Plasticity -- 3.2 Microstructure Geometry -- 4 Review of the DCA -- 4.1 Description of the Algorithm -- 5 Numerical Simulations on a Polycrystal -- 5.1 Geometric Model and Material -- 5.2 Monotonic Tensile Test -- 5.3 Cyclic Test -- 6 Conclusions -- References -- On the Size of the Representative Volume Element Used for the Strength Prediction: A Statistical Survey Applied to the Particulate Reinforce Metal Matrix Composites (PRMMCs) -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Shakedown of RVE Models -- 3 Statistical Models for the Interpretation of Numerical Results -- 4 Comparison Between Optimization Solvers -- 5 Numerical Study of PRMMC Samples -- 6 Conclusions -- References -- R-adaptivity in Limit Analysis -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Preliminaries -- 3 R-adaptivity -- 3.1 Lower Bound Problem -- 3.2 Upper Bound Problem -- 3.3 Update of Nodal Positions -- 4 Results -- 5 Conclusions -- References -- 6 Shakedown Analysis Under Stochastic Uncertainty by Chance Constrained Programming
  • Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Lower Bound Approach to Chance Constrained Programming -- 3 Upper Bound Approach to Chance Constrained Programming -- 4 Duality Approach to Chance Constrained Programming -- 5 Numerical Examples -- 6 Reliability Analysis with the First Order Reliability Method -- 7 Conclusions -- References -- Composite Finite Elements in Structural Analysis -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Interpolation of the Displacement and Stress Fields -- 2.1 The Mixed 2D Finite Element -- 2.2 The Mixed 3D Finite Element -- 2.3 FE Discrete Operators -- 2.4 Further Remarks on the Element Topology -- 3 Numerical Results -- 3.1 Cook Problem -- 3.2 Plate with a Circular Hole -- 3.3 Square Metal Plate -- 3.4 An L-Shaped Metal Plate -- 3.5 3D Vertical Cut -- 4 Concluding Remarks -- References -- 8 Recent Progress on Lower-Bound Shakedown Analysis of Road Pavements -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 UoN Shakedown Analyses for Pavements with Standard Materials -- 3 UoN Shakedown Analyses for Pavements with Non-standard Materials -- 3.1 Effect of Material Cross-Anisotropy -- 3.2 Effect of Material Heterogeneity -- 3.3 Effect of Plastic Flow Rule -- 4 Concluding Remarks and Future Work -- References -- Numerical Yield Design Analysis of High-Rise Reinforced Concrete Walls in Fire Conditions -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 High-Rise Reinforced Concrete Panels -- 1.2 Behaviour of High-Rise Panels in Fire Conditions -- 1.3 A Simplified Three-Step Procedure -- 2 Determination of the Deformed Configuration -- 2.1 Initial Geometry -- 2.2 Thermo-Elastic Computations -- 3 Determination of Temperature-Dependent Strength Criteria -- 3.1 Reduction of Strength Capacities -- 3.2 Generalized Strength Properties -- 4 Yield Design Analysis of the Wall in Its Deformed Configuration -- 5 Numerical Investigation of the Structure Stability
  • 5.1 Influence of Panel Width and Temperature Increase -- 5.2 Influence of Panel Height -- 5.3 Taking into Account Imperfect Connections -- 6 Conclusions -- References -- 10 Efficient Shakedown Solutions in Complex Loading Domains -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Description of the RSDM-S -- 3 Application Examples -- 3.1 Bree Problem -- 3.1.1 Constant Axial Load P, Variable Temperature \Delta \theta (\tau ) -- 3.1.2 Proportional Variation of Axial Load P(\tau ) and Temperature \Delta \theta (\tau ) -- 3.2 Square Plate with a Central Hole -- 3.3 Frame in a General Loading Domain -- 3.4 Symmetric Continuous Beam in a General Loading Domain -- 4 Concluding Remarks -- References -- Some Graphical Interpretations of Melan's Theorem for Shakedown Design -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Setting of the Problem -- 3 Graphical Interpretations of Shakedown Determination with Simplified Elastoplastic Analysis -- 3.1 Example for Combined Cyclic and Constant Loading -- 4 Graphical Interpretations of Shakedown Determination with Purely Elastic Analysis -- 4.1 Example for only Cyclic Loading -- 5 Discussion -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- 12 High Temperature Limit Analysis of Pressure Vessels and Piping with Local Wall-Thinning -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Continuum Damage Constitutive Equations -- 2.1 Creep Damage Constitutive Model -- 2.2 General Hardening Elasto-plastic Constitutive Model with Damage -- 3 Finite Element Model -- 3.1 Cylindrical Pressure Vessel with Volume Defect -- 3.2 Piping with Local Wall-Thinning -- 3.3 Boundary Conditions and Applied Loading -- 4 Numerical Results -- 4.1 Creep Damage and Material Deterioration -- 4.2 Limit State and Plastic Failure Modes for Pressure Vessel with Volume Defect -- 4.3 Limit Load Ratio with Defect Ratio for Pressure Vessel -- 4.4 Plastic Failure Modes at Limit States When Piping Under Multi-loading Condition
  • 4.5 Limit Load Ratio with Defect Ratio for Piping -- 5 Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References
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