# Wave propagation modeling of fluid-filled pipes using hybrid analytical/two-dimensional finite element method

@inproceedings{Han2014WavePM, title={Wave propagation modeling of fluid-filled pipes using hybrid analytical/two-dimensional finite element method}, author={Je Heon Han and Yong-Joe Kim and Mansour Karkoub}, year={2014} }

Abstract In this paper, a Hybrid Analytical/Two-Dimensional Finite Element Method (2-D HAFEM) is proposed to analyze wave propagation characteristics of fluid-filled, composite pipes. In the proposed method, a fluid-filled pipe with a constant cross-section is modeled by using a 2-D finite element approximation in the cross-sectional area while an analytical wave solution is assumed in the axial direction. Thus, it makes possible to use a small number of finite elements even for high frequency… CONTINUE READING

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