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Boundary Element Analysis in Computational Fracture Mechanics
1.0 An Historical Perspective.- 1.1 Boundary Integral Equation Development.- 1.2 Boundary Formulations and Discretizations.- 1.3 Fracture Mechanics Problems.- References.- 2.0 Fracture Mechanics.-Expand
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Numerical solutions in three dimensional elastostatics
Abstract A numerical solution capability is developed for the solution of problems in three dimensional elastostatics. The solution method utilizes singular integral equations which can be solvedExpand
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An improved boundary-integral equation method for three dimensional elastic stress analysis
Abstract An improved numerical implementation of the boundary-integral equation method for three dimensional stress analysis is reported. The new implementation models the boundary data asExpand
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Boundary-integral equation analysis of cracked anisotropic plates
A numerical procedure based on the boundary-integral equation method, is formulated using the fundamental solution (Green's function) for an infinite anisotropic plate containing an exact crack. TheExpand
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Non-singular boundary integral equation implementation
The basis of the boundary integral equation (BIE) development is the singular field solution for the Kelvin point load problem. The presence of the mathematical singularity in an otherwiseExpand
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Numerical solutions in axisymmetric elasticity
Abstract Paper presents the formulation of the axisymmetric elasticity problem with thermal and rotational loading using the boundary-integral equation method. The resulting one dimensional numericalExpand
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Efficient implementation of anisotropic three dimensional boundary-integral equation stress analysis
The boundary-integral equation medthod is particularly well suited for solution of stress concentration and elastic fracture mechanics problems. The method was not previously applicable toExpand
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Three-dimensional elastic stress analysis of a fracture specimen with an edge crack
A numerical stress analysis of an elastic three-dimensional specimen similar to the compact tension specimen used in fracture investigations is presented. The numerical results are achieved usingExpand
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