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We'd like to understand how you use our websites in order to improve them. Register your interest. A comparison of direct integration methods is made and their efficiency is investigated for impact problems. Impact analysis includes that of elastic and large deformation based upon updated Lagrangian including buckling check. The results show that the direct integration methods give different results in different contact-impact cases.
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Download citation. Received : 20 October Revised : 20 February Accepted : 04 February Published : 13 August Issue Date : August Search SpringerLink Search. Abstract A comparison of direct integration methods is made and their efficiency is investigated for impact problems. References 1. Prentice-Hall, NY, 2. McGraw-Hill, London, 4. Prentice-Hall, 7. Guzelbey View author publications. You can also search for this author in PubMed Google Scholar.
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The efficiency of direct integration methods in elastic contact-impact problems
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