Topics: Beam, plate, and shell elements II
Instructor: Klaus-Jürgen Bathe
Study Guide (PDF - 1.2MB)
Problems 6.20, 6.21
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Bathe, K. J., and E. Dvorkin. “A Four-Node Plate Bending Element Based on Mindlin/Reissner Plate Theory and a Mixed Interpolation.” International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 21 (February 1985): 367-383.
Bathe, K. J., and E. Dvorkin. “A Formulation of General Shell Elements: The Use of Mixed Interpolation of Tensorial Components.” International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 22 (March 1986): 687-722.
Bathe, K. J., and P. M. Wiener. “On Elastic-Plastic Analysis of I-Beams in Bending and Torsion.” Computers & Structures 17 (1983): 711-718.
Bathe, K. J., C. A. Almeida, and L. W. Ho. “A Simple and Effective Pipe Elbow Element: Some Nonlinear Capabilities.” Computers & Structures 17 (1983): 659-667.
Lee, P.S., and K. J. Bathe. “Development of MITC Isotropic Triangular Shell Finite Elements.” Computers & Structures 82 (May 2004): 945-962.
Bathe, K. J., and P. S. Lee. “Measuring the Convergence Behavior of Shell Analysis Schemes.” Computers & Structures 89 (February 2011): 285-301.