A LAGRANGIAN FINITE DIFFERENCE METHOD FOR TWO-DIMENSIONAL MOTION INCLUDING MATERIAL STRENGTH
Technical rept. for 30 Sep 1962-24 Jun 1964
MASSACHUSETTS INST OF TECH CAMBRIDGE AEROELASTIC AND STRUCTURES RESEARCH LAB
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One- and two-space dimensional finite-difference schemes for the Lagrangian numerical solution of problems in the motion of solids, including material strength, are presented. Two-dimensional rectangular cartesian or cylindrically symmetric problems may be handled. Results of sample calculations are appended to illustrate the effect of material strength.
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