A piezoelectric solid shell element based on a mixed variational formulation for geometrically linear and nonlinear applications

@inproceedings{Klinkel2006APS,
  title={A piezoelectric solid shell element based on a mixed variational formulation for geometrically linear and nonlinear applications},
  author={Sven Klinkel and Werner Wagner and Mitteilung},
  year={2006}
}
The paper is focused on a piezoelectric solid shell finite element formulation. A geometrically non-linear theory allows large deformations and includes stability problems. The formulation is based on a variational principle of the Hu-Washizu type including six independent fields: displacements, electric potential, strains, electric field, mechanical stresses and dielectric displacements. The element has 8 nodes with displacements and the electric potential as nodal degrees of freedom. A… CONTINUE READING

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