Higher Order Mortar Finite Elements with Dual Lagrange Multipliers presents the theories and applications of higher order nonconforming finite element techniques based on the mortar method. As the mortar finite element method is based on replacing the usual point-wise continuity condition by a weak matching condition, the dual Lagrange multipliers allow an efficient and easy realization of this weak matching condition. In addition to the main contribution of this work on the construction of dual Lagrange basis functions for higher order finite elements in two and three dimensions, there are also some interesting theoretical advancement and applications of the mortar finite elements. Moreover, a popular three-field formulation in elasticity, the Hu-Washizu principle, is analysed for linear elasticity and extended to non-linear elasticity. Mortar techniques are applied to analyse interface problems for elliptic partial differential equations and to solve different coupled problems coming from physical and engineering applications.

The book is mainly concerned with the development of software utilizing explicit integration schemes to evaluate the integrals of rational functions of a n-th degree bivariate polynomial numerators with linear denominators over a 2-square in the local parametric space (?,?) to evaluate the element matrices for the Linear convex quadrilateral finite elements of lower to higher orders. Through application examples(specially torsion calculation )it is demonstrated that the available popular Finite Element Method (FEM) software requires sophisticated powerful computers and more computing time than the software presented in this book.On the other hand, the developed software is independent of the quality of computers, any computer can use it.Finally, user friendly software in FORTRAN based on the developed algorithm is presented in this book.Thus, I strongly believe that the developed software will be helpful for the post graduate students in Physics, Mathematics, Engineering and the researchers in Continuum Mechanics. Scientists and the Engineers who are interested in the analysis before designing and manufacturing may use this software as their analysis tools.

Finite mixture models have provided a mathematical-based approach in statistical modeling in a wide variety of random phenomena. FMM have been applied in astronomy, biology, genetic, medicine, psychiatry, economics, engineering and marketing, among many other fields in the biological, physical and social science. Kamps suggested a new theoretical approach, which is called generalized order statistics (GOS). This new model includes ordinary order statistics, sequential order statistics, progressive order statistics and record value. The main purpose of this book is to investigate the asymptotic behavior of the ordinary order statistics, generalized order statistics and dual generalized order statistics based on a random sample drawn from a finite mixture population with k components under general normalization. I obtain a sufficient conditions for this weak convergence, as well as the limit forms. Sufficient conditions are given to guarantee the existence of the weak convergence to non-degenerate distribution when the components are normalized by different normalization constants (linear-nonlinear). Illustrative examples of the most practically important distributions are obtained.

In this book, a fourth order finite difference method for a class of singular boundary value problem is presented. Finite difference method is used for approximating the solution to the boundary value problem using finite difference equations to approximate derivatives. The original differential equation is modified at singular point. The fourth order finite difference method is then employed to solve the boundary value problem. This report is concerned with the numerical solutions of singular boundary value problems. Some model problems are solved and numerical results are compared with exact solution

This book presents the numerical evaluation of reinforced concrete beam which is repaired with polymer modified mortar. In this study, a series of reinforced concrete beams model were built for the analysis. All those beams model were made with rectangular cross section and equipped with longitudinal reinforcement both in tension and compression region and also transversal reinforcement(stirrups)in shear span extended to the entire length of the beam with uniform spacing. The repaired beams are modeled by Finite Element Method (FEM) into half geometry due to the symmetric geometry and loading conditions. The repaired beams were modeled by 2D elements in plane-stress condition including the interface model between the parent concrete and the repaired layer. Finite Element Method used to model simple support of the repaired beams with two loading points. Furthermore, parametric study is carried out to evaluate the effectiveness and the behavior of repaired beam with different concrete properties, repairing mortar properties and also with different thickness of mortar as well.

This book is a compendium of knowledge on the finite element method (FEM) applied to beam and plate structures resting on elastic foundation. Providing a theoretical description of beam and plate elements and elastic foundations, we use the displacement approach to the FEM. Such description serves as a basis for creating software for elastic-plastic analysis of structures resting on elastic foundation. Making use of the FEM, we have created a program written in the Fortran language for solutions to problems of placing structural elements on elastic foundation. A structure can be discretized by means of isoparametric beam finite elements, and isoparametric Lagrangian Mindlin plate finite elements. We describe a foundation with special isoparametric finite elements. The software allows the user to model layered structures of any form, accounting for elastic-plastic material properties, i.e. physical non-linearity, of beam and plate elements resting on non-homogeneous foundation: three-parameter foundation under beam elements, two-parameter – under plate elements, accounting for the outside of the beam, foundation layers and unilateral conditions in structure-foundation interaction.

In this work we extend the work done by Bob Coecke and Keye Martin in their paper "Partial Order on Classical States and Quantum States (2003)". We review basic notions involving elementary domain theory, the set of probability measures on a finite set {a1, a2, ..., an}, which we identify with the standard (n-1)-simplex ?n and Shannon Entropy. We consider partial orders on ?n, which have the Entropy Reversal Property (ERP) : elements lower in the order have higher (Shannon) entropy or equivalently less information . The ERP property is important because of its applications in quantum information theory. We define a new partial order on ?n, called Stochastic Order , using the well-known concept of majorization order and show that it has the ERP property and is also a continuous domain. In contrast, the bayesian order on ?n defined by Coecke and Martin has the ERP property but is not continuous.

The finite element analysis of general shell structures is faced with the problems of shear and membrane locking. These problems are well known and much research has been focused on the development of powerful shell elements to eliminate these problems. This book employs three shell elements these are four nodes degenerated shell element, four nodes flat shell element and nine nodes degenerated shell element. Each one of these elements has six degrees of freedom per node. Additional elements have been developed to avoid problems; these are: four nodes element, employing the Mixed Interpolation of Tensorial Components approach, Non Conforming Element and nine nodes element with Selective Reduced Integration and Weighted Modified Integration. A new solution is proposed to correct the convergence curve to be asymptotic to the exact solution curve by using extrapolation. A geometric nonlinear formulation based on the total Lagrangian formulation using both engineering strains and Green’s strains was adopted. The formulations were implemented into a nonlinear finite element program and some subroutines are included. Good results are obtained when applying in different numerical examples

This study deals with structural behavior of reinforced concrete pipes under various loading and support conditions by using nonlinear three-dimensional isoparametric 20-node brick elements. the computer program of three dimensional nonlinear finite element analysis of reinforced concrete structures, written by Al- Shaarbaf is utilized. The behavior of concrete is investigated by using twenty-node brick elements. The reinforcement bars are idealized as axial members embedded within the brick elements with perfect bond between the concrete and the steel curved bars in a brick element were approximated by straight bars parallel to the main coordinate axes. The behavior of concrete in compression is simulated by an (Elastic- Plastic Work Hardening Model) followed by a perfect plastic response, which is terminated at the onest of crushing. In tension, a smeared crack model with fixed orthogonal cracks has been used with the inclusion of models for the retained post-cracking tensile stress and reduced shear transfer modulus. Loading of the pipes and support conditions were properly considered according to the characteristics of the problem.

Viscoelastic materials like solid propellant grains exhibit material properties, which are timedependent and incompressible in nature. The displacement based finite elements fails to solve structural problem having incompressible materials. The basic reason is Poisson’s ratio approaches 0.5 for such materials. Which makes the constitutive relation between stress and strain very stiff there by the stiffness matrix becomes very stiff which yields very poor displacement results and predicted stresses and strains are unreliable. This phenomenon is known as volumetric locking. To overcome this difficulty special formulations are needed to address such materials. There are many methods available in literature like Hybrid-stress displacement formulation, B-Bar method and Herrmann formulation etc. This project is proposed to develop 8-noded quadrilateral, 9-noded quadrilateral and 6 noded triangular axisymmetric finite elements based on Herrmann formulation to overcome the difficulty of incompressible materials. The developed elements will be studied for its applicability for the ranges of Poisson’s ratio and for distortion sensitiveness.

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## Higher Order Mortar Finite Elements with Dual Lagrange Multipliers

Higher Order Mortar Finite Elements with Dual Lagrange Multipliers presents the theories and applications of higher order nonconforming finite element techniques based on the mortar method. As the mortar finite element method is based on replacing the usual point-wise continuity condition by a weak matching condition, the dual Lagrange multipliers allow an efficient and easy realization of this weak matching condition. In addition to the main contribution of this work on the construction of dual Lagrange basis functions for higher order finite elements in two and three dimensions, there are also some interesting theoretical advancement and applications of the mortar finite elements. Moreover, a popular three-field formulation in elasticity, the Hu-Washizu principle, is analysed for linear elasticity and extended to non-linear elasticity. Mortar techniques are applied to analyse interface problems for elliptic partial differential equations and to solve different coupled problems coming from physical and engineering applications.

## An Application For The Higher order Quadrilateral Finite Elements

The book is mainly concerned with the development of software utilizing explicit integration schemes to evaluate the integrals of rational functions of a n-th degree bivariate polynomial numerators with linear denominators over a 2-square in the local parametric space (?,?) to evaluate the element matrices for the Linear convex quadrilateral finite elements of lower to higher orders. Through application examples(specially torsion calculation )it is demonstrated that the available popular Finite Element Method (FEM) software requires sophisticated powerful computers and more computing time than the software presented in this book.On the other hand, the developed software is independent of the quality of computers, any computer can use it.Finally, user friendly software in FORTRAN based on the developed algorithm is presented in this book.Thus, I strongly believe that the developed software will be helpful for the post graduate students in Physics, Mathematics, Engineering and the researchers in Continuum Mechanics. Scientists and the Engineers who are interested in the analysis before designing and manufacturing may use this software as their analysis tools.

## Generalized Order Statistics Under Finite Mixture Models

Finite mixture models have provided a mathematical-based approach in statistical modeling in a wide variety of random phenomena. FMM have been applied in astronomy, biology, genetic, medicine, psychiatry, economics, engineering and marketing, among many other fields in the biological, physical and social science. Kamps suggested a new theoretical approach, which is called generalized order statistics (GOS). This new model includes ordinary order statistics, sequential order statistics, progressive order statistics and record value. The main purpose of this book is to investigate the asymptotic behavior of the ordinary order statistics, generalized order statistics and dual generalized order statistics based on a random sample drawn from a finite mixture population with k components under general normalization. I obtain a sufficient conditions for this weak convergence, as well as the limit forms. Sufficient conditions are given to guarantee the existence of the weak convergence to non-degenerate distribution when the components are normalized by different normalization constants (linear-nonlinear). Illustrative examples of the most practically important distributions are obtained.

## Brebbia: Finite Elements In Water Resources

Brebbia: Finite Elements In Water Resources

## Hahn Higher Order ?root–locus? Technique With Applications In Control System Design

Hahn Higher Order ?root–locus? Technique With Applications In Control System Design

## Finite Elements, Electromagnetics and Design,

Finite Elements, Electromagnetics and Design,

## Fourth order finite difference method

In this book, a fourth order finite difference method for a class of singular boundary value problem is presented. Finite difference method is used for approximating the solution to the boundary value problem using finite difference equations to approximate derivatives. The original differential equation is modified at singular point. The fourth order finite difference method is then employed to solve the boundary value problem. This report is concerned with the numerical solutions of singular boundary value problems. Some model problems are solved and numerical results are compared with exact solution

## A Primer for Finite Elements in Elastic Structures

A Primer for Finite Elements in Elastic Structures

## Numerical Modeling of Reinforced Concrete Beams

This book presents the numerical evaluation of reinforced concrete beam which is repaired with polymer modified mortar. In this study, a series of reinforced concrete beams model were built for the analysis. All those beams model were made with rectangular cross section and equipped with longitudinal reinforcement both in tension and compression region and also transversal reinforcement(stirrups)in shear span extended to the entire length of the beam with uniform spacing. The repaired beams are modeled by Finite Element Method (FEM) into half geometry due to the symmetric geometry and loading conditions. The repaired beams were modeled by 2D elements in plane-stress condition including the interface model between the parent concrete and the repaired layer. Finite Element Method used to model simple support of the repaired beams with two loading points. Furthermore, parametric study is carried out to evaluate the effectiveness and the behavior of repaired beam with different concrete properties, repairing mortar properties and also with different thickness of mortar as well.

## Finite element analysis of beams and plates on elastic foundation

This book is a compendium of knowledge on the finite element method (FEM) applied to beam and plate structures resting on elastic foundation. Providing a theoretical description of beam and plate elements and elastic foundations, we use the displacement approach to the FEM. Such description serves as a basis for creating software for elastic-plastic analysis of structures resting on elastic foundation. Making use of the FEM, we have created a program written in the Fortran language for solutions to problems of placing structural elements on elastic foundation. A structure can be discretized by means of isoparametric beam finite elements, and isoparametric Lagrangian Mindlin plate finite elements. We describe a foundation with special isoparametric finite elements. The software allows the user to model layered structures of any form, accounting for elastic-plastic material properties, i.e. physical non-linearity, of beam and plate elements resting on non-homogeneous foundation: three-parameter foundation under beam elements, two-parameter – under plate elements, accounting for the outside of the beam, foundation layers and unilateral conditions in structure-foundation interaction.

## Partial Order on Classical and Quantum States

In this work we extend the work done by Bob Coecke and Keye Martin in their paper "Partial Order on Classical States and Quantum States (2003)". We review basic notions involving elementary domain theory, the set of probability measures on a finite set {a1, a2, ..., an}, which we identify with the standard (n-1)-simplex ?n and Shannon Entropy. We consider partial orders on ?n, which have the Entropy Reversal Property (ERP) : elements lower in the order have higher (Shannon) entropy or equivalently less information . The ERP property is important because of its applications in quantum information theory. We define a new partial order on ?n, called Stochastic Order , using the well-known concept of majorization order and show that it has the ERP property and is also a continuous domain. In contrast, the bayesian order on ?n defined by Coecke and Martin has the ERP property but is not continuous.

## Finite Element Analysis of Shell Structures

The finite element analysis of general shell structures is faced with the problems of shear and membrane locking. These problems are well known and much research has been focused on the development of powerful shell elements to eliminate these problems. This book employs three shell elements these are four nodes degenerated shell element, four nodes flat shell element and nine nodes degenerated shell element. Each one of these elements has six degrees of freedom per node. Additional elements have been developed to avoid problems; these are: four nodes element, employing the Mixed Interpolation of Tensorial Components approach, Non Conforming Element and nine nodes element with Selective Reduced Integration and Weighted Modified Integration. A new solution is proposed to correct the convergence curve to be asymptotic to the exact solution curve by using extrapolation. A geometric nonlinear formulation based on the total Lagrangian formulation using both engineering strains and Green’s strains was adopted. The formulations were implemented into a nonlinear finite element program and some subroutines are included. Good results are obtained when applying in different numerical examples

## Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis of Reinforced Concrete Pipes

This study deals with structural behavior of reinforced concrete pipes under various loading and support conditions by using nonlinear three-dimensional isoparametric 20-node brick elements. the computer program of three dimensional nonlinear finite element analysis of reinforced concrete structures, written by Al- Shaarbaf is utilized. The behavior of concrete is investigated by using twenty-node brick elements. The reinforcement bars are idealized as axial members embedded within the brick elements with perfect bond between the concrete and the steel curved bars in a brick element were approximated by straight bars parallel to the main coordinate axes. The behavior of concrete in compression is simulated by an (Elastic- Plastic Work Hardening Model) followed by a perfect plastic response, which is terminated at the onest of crushing. In tension, a smeared crack model with fixed orthogonal cracks has been used with the inclusion of models for the retained post-cracking tensile stress and reduced shear transfer modulus. Loading of the pipes and support conditions were properly considered according to the characteristics of the problem.

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## Axi-Symmetric Finite Elements for Viscoelastic Analysis

Viscoelastic materials like solid propellant grains exhibit material properties, which are timedependent and incompressible in nature. The displacement based finite elements fails to solve structural problem having incompressible materials. The basic reason is Poisson’s ratio approaches 0.5 for such materials. Which makes the constitutive relation between stress and strain very stiff there by the stiffness matrix becomes very stiff which yields very poor displacement results and predicted stresses and strains are unreliable. This phenomenon is known as volumetric locking. To overcome this difficulty special formulations are needed to address such materials. There are many methods available in literature like Hybrid-stress displacement formulation, B-Bar method and Herrmann formulation etc. This project is proposed to develop 8-noded quadrilateral, 9-noded quadrilateral and 6 noded triangular axisymmetric finite elements based on Herrmann formulation to overcome the difficulty of incompressible materials. The developed elements will be studied for its applicability for the ranges of Poisson’s ratio and for distortion sensitiveness.