Segment-based vs. element-based integration for mortar methods in computational contact mechanics

@article{Farah2015SegmentbasedVE,
  title={Segment-based vs. element-based integration for mortar methods in computational contact mechanics},
  author={Philipp Farah and Alexander Popp and Wolfgang A. Wall},
  journal={Computational Mechanics},
  year={2015},
  volume={55},
  pages={209-228}
}
  • Philipp Farah, Alexander Popp, Wolfgang A. Wall
  • Published 2015
  • Mathematics
  • Mortar finite element methods provide a very convenient and powerful discretization framework for geometrically nonlinear applications in computational contact mechanics, because they allow for a variationally consistent treatment of contact conditions (mesh tying, non-penetration, frictionless or frictional sliding) despite the fact that the underlying contact surface meshes are non-matching and possibly also geometrically non-conforming. However, one of the major issues with regard to mortar… CONTINUE READING

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