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17th. UK Conference on Computational Mechanics (ACME-UK) 6-8 April 2009
 

Summary: 17th. UK Conference on Computational Mechanics (ACME-UK)
6-8 April 2009
Nottingham
The effects of nodal arrangement on solution accuracy in meshless methods
*X.Y. Zhuang1 and C.E. Augarde2
1 School of Engineering,
Durham University
South Road, Durham,
DH1 3LE, UK
xiao-ying.zhuang@dur.ac.uk
2 School of Engineering,
Durham University
South Road, Durham,
DH1 3LE, UK
charles.augarde@dur.ac.uk
www.dur.ac.uk/charles.augarde
Key Words: meshless methods, moving-least squares, accuracy
ABSTRACT
Meshless methods are of increasing interest in solid mechanics as they offer a discretisation approach
that does not require mesh generation, a major overhead for 3D problems. Some difficulties however

  

Source: Augarde, Charles - School of Engineering, University of Durham

 

Collections: Engineering