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• Application of the Unstructured Finite Element to Longitudinal Vibration Analysis

본 연구는 파 해석에 있어서 공간-시간 분할 개념을 도입하여 켈러킨 방법으로 해석하였다. 공간-시간 유한요소법은 오직 공간에 대해서만 분할하는 일반적인 유한요소법보다 간편하다. 비교적 큰 시간간격에 대해서 공간과 시간을 동시에 분할하는 방법을 제시하며 가중잔차법이 공간-시간 영역에서 유한요소 정식화에 이용되었다. 큰 시간 간격으로 인하여 문제의 해가 발산하는 경우가 동적인 문제에서 흔히 발생한다. 이러한 결점을 보완한 사각형 공간-시간 요소를 취하여 문제를 해석하고 해의 안정에 대해 기술하였다. 다수의 수치해석을 통하여 이 방법이 효과적 임을 알 수 있었다. This paper analyzes the continuous Galerkin method for the space-time discretization of wave equation. The method of space-time finite elements enables the simple solution than the usual finite element analysis with discretization in space only. We present a discretization technique in which finite element approximations are used in time and space simultaneously for a relatively large time period called a time slab. The weighted residual process is used to formulate a finite element method for a space-time domain. Instability is caused by a too large time step in successive time steps. A stability problem is described and some investigations for chosen types of rectangular space-time finite elements are carried out. Some numerical examples prove the efficiency of the described method under determined limitations.

• • An analytical solution to heat conduction with a moving heat source

This paper deals with an analytical solution to heat conduction in the medium subjected to a moving heat source. It evaluates the temperature distribution around a rectangular shape source moving at a constant speed along the axis of a bar. The transient temperature field from a moving heat source was analyzed using a Fourier series procedure. The most interesting result of the theory, is the derivation of a single formula capable of predicting the cooling time and cooling rate with a fairly good accuracy for ranges of temperature. Because of the passage of the heat source, the rise of temperature produced at a given near the source, tends to rapidly become constant. Several sample problems are discussed and illustrated, and comparisons with numerical approaches where these can also be used made. The results show that these solutions are in good agreement with the numerical results.

• Non-linear analysis of skew thin plate by finite difference method

This paper deals with a discrete analysis capability for predicting the geometrically nonlinear behavior of skew thin plate subjected to uniform pressure. The differential equations are discretized by means of the finite difference method which are used to determine the deflections and the in-plane stress functions of plates and reduced to several sets of linear algebraic simultaneous equations. For the geometrically non-linear, large deflection behavior of the plate, the non-linear plate theory is used for the analysis. An iterative scheme is employed to solve these quasi-linear algebraic equations. Several problems are solved which illustrate the potential of the method for predicting the finite deflection and stress. For increasing lateral pressures, the maximum principal tensile stress occurs at the center of the plate and migrates toward the corners as the load increases. It was deemed important to describe the locations of the maximum principal tensile stress as it occurs. The load-deflection relations and the maximum bending and membrane stresses for each case are presented and discussed.

• Adaptive finite element solution for the heat conduction with a moving heat source

We have demonstrated that some of the parabolic type problems encountered in such branches of engineering as heat conductions with a moving source can be analyzed successfully by means of the finite element method. Adapted mesh generation technique is implemented for solving heat transfer involving a moving heat source so that small elements can be used in areas of large time rates of change of temperature. It has been adjusted to steep gradients of the solution with respect to the relatively large time interval. A program has been developed for the case of two-dimensional triangular elements, and algorithm is possessed a number of usual advantages that made solutions very divergent. Numerical results have shown that the adaptive gridding scheme is effective in localizing oscillations due to the sharp gradients or discontinuities in the solution. Furthermore, the numerical results near the region of moving source from the present method are under and over estimated the solution of traditional finite element method by almost 3% respectively. The several examples are given to illustrate the validity and practicality of the method. The results of various sample solutions are evaluated and discussed.

• Structural Stability Analysis of Circular Arches using Finite Difference Method

In this paper we are concerned with the structural stability of circular arch structure. The critical load is defined as the smallest load at which the equilibrium of the structure fails to be stable as the load is slowly increased from zero. For arch structure the stability determination may be based on a criterion known as the critical load. The finite difference method for the analysis of circular arch is presented. Example problems were solved utilizing the circular curved beam formulation. These solutions were compared to those obtained by finite element results. Solutions include deflections, reactions, critical load and stress resultants in static, planar arches with partial distributed loads. Critical load range for stability will be estimated from the solutions.

• The application of Finite Difference Method to the Beams on Elastic Foundation

In this paper we developed a finite difference method with the highest effect to solve the beam which is rest on elastic foundation. The method is superior to other well-known approaches to this problem in that it allows a wider range of boundary conditions to be dealt with, such as are encountered in complex engineering operations. Using the finite difference method, the equations are converted into algebraic simultaneous equations. Several example problems are discussed and illustrated, and comparisons are made with analytical results.

• A Safety Analysis on the Structural Rupture of Cylindrical Shell by Finite Difference Method

본 연구에서는 실린더 형 쉘 구조물의 구조적 안정성에 대하여 해석 하였다. 임계하중은 하중을 점차적으로 증가하여 구조물이 파괴가 발생 할 때의 상태에서 가장 작은 하중을 의미한다. 셸 구조의 안정성을 임계하중의 크기로 기초를 두고 해석 하였다. 실린더 형 쉘의 차분해석은 일차적 원통형 판구조와 같으므로 최근에 많은 연구의 대상이 되어왔다. 차분법은 복잡한 구조물에서도 물론, 다양한 경계조건을 포함하는 문제에 이르기까지 효과적인 수치방법이다. 본 연구에서는 기본 쉘의 지배방정식을 유도하고 차분화 하여 직접적으로 접근하였다. 등분포 하중의 내압을 받고 있는 갇힌 실린더 형 쉘의 처짐 및 응력을 해석 하였다. 수치해석 결과를 해석해와 비교 검토하였으며 안정성에 대하여 임계 하중강도의 범위를 산출하였다 