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However, this is not the case for the beam. The boundary variables are transverse displacements (y), angular displacements (y'), shearing forces (V), and the bending moment (M). sign and Although they differ in in the manner in which they are composed, the forces correspond to forces, angles to angles, etc. Therefore, it should be relatively simple to 19 prove that the BEM formulation gives rise to a symmetric stiffness matrix equivalent in every way to that derived in finite elements. 29) is a global relationship in no way limits the validity of the ensuing analysis.

5), in the form of the previously defined boundary conditions. An intermediate integral representation of the biharmonic equation may be accomplished by a direct and straightforward application of the Rayleigh-Green identity. 5) contains the biharmonic operator acti ng on both op and >.. v4op term may be vi ewed as the bi harmoni c operator acting on the field variable op multiplied by a weighting function >.. The second term opv 4>. characterizes the inverse problem, in which the biharmonic operator is acting on the weighting function.

First, the constant element (non-parametric form) has received con- siderable attention in the published literature and has been analyzed exhaustively in previous work (Kelmanson 1983(a), 1983(b)). 37). In the next section of this chapter, an example using a con- stant element formulation will be used to demonstrate the general solution procedure utilized by the computer program presented in Chapter 6. 37) using constant elements will be presented in explicit detail for instructive purposes. This type of problem is most helpful in understanding the general concepts necessary to formulate and solve the resulting set of equations.

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