Mesh Convergence Studies for Thin Shell Elements Developed by the ASME Task Group on Computational Modeling

@inproceedings{Bjorkman2011MeshCS,
  title={Mesh Convergence Studies for Thin Shell Elements Developed by the ASME Task Group on Computational Modeling},
  author={Gordon S. Bjorkman and David P. Molitoris},
  year={2011}
}
The ASME Task Group on Computational Modeling for Explicit Dynamics was founded in August 2008 for the purpose of creating a quantitative guidance document for the development of finite element models used to analyze energy-limited events using explicit dynamics software. This document will be referenced in the ASME Code Section III, Division 3 and the next revision of NRC Regulatory Guide 7.6 as a means by which the quality of a finite element model may be judged. One portion of the document… CONTINUE READING

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