All formulations are implemented for 2D, 3D and axisymmetry in a general purpose, multi-region computer code with the capability of local definition of boundary conditions. Several examples of practical interests are shown to demonstrate the practical utilities of the developed analyses.It was extended to three-dimensional (3D) (Banerjee, Cathie and Davies, 1979) and axisymmetric problems (Cathie and Banerjee, 1980). ... By incorporating the positive scalar value into the system equation, the boundary solutions and the scalar value are solved at the same time. Banerjee and Raveendra (1987) used this idea in 2D elastoplastic analysis and greatly reduced the convergence iterations.
|Title||:||An Efficient Implementation of BEM for Transient Analyses of Thermomechanics and Soil Consolidation|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|