Sub-Region Mixed Element II—V-Notch Problem
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This chapter continues discussing the sub-region mixed element method. Here, the applications of the sub-region mixed element method in the analysis of the V-notches in plane problem, bi-material problem, Reissner plate problem, and 3D elastic body problem are focused on and discussed in turn. It is demonstrated again that the proposed sub-region mixed element method is efficient for such singular stress problems.
Keywordsfinite element sub-region mixed element V-notch problem
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