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- Linear analysis of building floor structures by a BEM formulation based on Reissner's theory
- Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)
- In this work, the plate bending formulation of the boundary element method (BEM) based on the Reissner's hypothesis is extended to the analysis of zoned plates in order to model a building floor structure. In the proposed formulation each sub-region defines a beam or a slab and depending on the way the sub-regions are represented, one can have two different types of analysis. In the simple bending problem all sub-regions are defined by their middle surface. on the other hand, for the coupled stretching-bending problem all sub-regions are referred to a chosen reference surface, therefore eccentricity effects are taken into account. Equilibrium and compatibility conditions are automatically imposed by the integral equations, which treat this composed structure as a single body. The bending and stretching values defined on the interfaces are approximated along the beam width, reducing therefore the number of degrees of freedom. Then, in the proposed model the set of equations is written in terms of the problem values on the beam axis and on the external boundary without beams. Finally some numerical examples are presented to show the accuracy of the proposed model.
- Boundary Elements and Other Mesh Reduction Methods Xxix. Southampton: Wit Press/computational Mechanics Publications, v. 44, p. 223-232, 2007.
- Wit Press/computational Mechanics Publications
- plate bending
- boundary elements
- building floor structures
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