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Math. Comput. Appl. 2005, 10(3), 321-330; doi:10.3390/mca10030321

Coupling of Finite and Boundary Element Methods with Incompatible Interfaces

University of Gaziantep, Mechanical Engineering Department, Gaziantep, Turkey
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Published: 1 December 2005
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Abstract

In this study, an algorithm is presented for the coupling of finite and boundary element method with incompatible interfaces for two dimensional elasticity problems. In this approach, the number of nodes at the interface line of finite element domain can be different from the number of nodes at the interface line of boundary element region. The subregion technique has been used to obtain the coupling model and the compatibility requirement is satisfied by distributing the forces for incompatible interface. The continuity requirement is satisfied by interpolation equations. After satisfying the continuity and compatibility requirements at the interface line, the distribution matrix has been used for transformation of nodal forces into nodal tractions. Two different case studies have been solved and the results are compared with each other, FEM, BEM, ANSYS.
Keywords: Coupling; FEM; BEM; incompatible interfaces Coupling; FEM; BEM; incompatible interfaces
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Guzelbey, I.H.; Kanber, B.; Erklig, A. Coupling of Finite and Boundary Element Methods with Incompatible Interfaces. Math. Comput. Appl. 2005, 10, 321-330.

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