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THE BOUNDARY NODE METHOD FOR POTENTIAL PROBLEMS
The Element-Free Galerkin (EFG) method allows one to use a nodal data structure (usually with an underlying cell structure) within the domain of a body of arbitrary shape. The usual EFG combinesExpand
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Transport processes and large deformation during baking of bread
A model of multiphase transport in a porous medium coupled with large deformation of the porous matrix is developed and applied to the process of bread baking. Transport-governing equations are basedExpand
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A mapping method for numerical evaluation of two-dimensional integrals with 1/r singularity
Singular integrals occur commonly in applications of the boundary element method (BEM). A simple mapping method is presented here for the numerical evaluation of two-dimensional integrals in whichExpand
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Boundary element methods in creep and fracture
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Implicit BEM formulations for usual and sensitivity problems in elasto-plasticity using the consistent tangent operator concept
This paper presents boundary element method (BEM) formulations for usual and sensitivity problems in (small strain) elasto-plasticity using the concept of the local consistent tangent operator (CTO).Expand
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On boundary conditions in the element-free Galerkin method
Abstract Accurate imposition of essential boundary conditions in the Element Free Galerkin (EFG) method often presents difficulties because the Moving Least Squares (MLS) interpolants, used in thisExpand
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Library of Experimental Phase Relations (LEPR): A database and Web portal for experimental magmatic phase equilibria data
[1] We describe the Library of Experimental Phase Relations (LEPR), which is a new Web-based database of experiments pertaining to magmatic phase equilibria. The database includes information fromExpand
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An atomistic-continuum Cosserat rod model of carbon nanotubes
Abstract The focus of the present work is an atomistic-continuum model of single-walled carbon nanotubes (CNTs) based on an elastic rod theory which can exhibit geometric as well as materialExpand
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Finite parts of singular and hypersingular integrals with irregular boundary source points
Abstract The subject of this paper is the evaluation of finite parts (FPs) of certain singular and hypersingular integrals, that appear in boundary integral equations (BIEs), when the source point isExpand
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