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Title: Application of Spring Lattice Models to Shell Structures – Geometric and Material Nonlinearities
Authors: Dias da Silva, Vitor 
Reck, Michael 
Jarzabek, Rafael 
Doltsinis, Ioannis 
Keywords: Lattice models for continua; shell structures; plasticity; large deformations
Issue Date: Mar-2018
Keywords: Lattice models for continua; shell structures; plasticity; large deformations
Issue Date: Mar-2018
Project: Acção Integrada Refª A 07/16 - Fundação das Universidades Portuguesas 
Abstract: The report describes the research carried out in the second year of the project entitled "Application of lattice models on shell structures". Based on the first year findings the study of nonlinear issues in the reported second year of the project has been focused on membrane shells. The interest has been in the performance of the spring models when applied to problems involving geometrical and material nonlinearities. For this purpose the spring models have been tested against the continuum finite element distinctly in elasticity and in plasticity in the context of large deformations.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10316/48009
Rights: openAccess
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