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Some Experience in the Development of Commercial FEM Software in U.F.R.G.S.

  • A. G. Groehs
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Abstract

This work discusses the methods employed by the author in the development of the FEM software GAELI [1]. This software includes pre and post processing facilities (including graphical representation) and linear (static and dynamic) analyses. It was developed to run in microcomputers with a minimum of 640 kbytes and can handle up to 10000 degrees of freedom.

Keywords

Real Test Plane Frame Special Command Computational Mechanics Publication Graphical Representa 
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Bibliography

  1. 1.
    Groehs, A.G., Santos, M.I.G. Geraçâo de Malhas no Sistema GAELI (Ed. Instituto Eduardo Torroja) pp.661–677, vol. III, COLLOQUIA 88, Madrid, Espanha, maio 1988.Google Scholar
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    Groehs, A.G., Santos, M.I.G. Esquema Integrado para Análise de Estruturas em Microcomputador (Ed. Instituto Eduardo Torroja) pp.575–585, vol. III, COLLOQUIA 88, Madrid,Espanha, maio 1988.Google Scholar
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    Groehs, A.G., Santos, M.I.G. An Integrated Assembling Solution System for Microcomputer Finite Element Analysis, Software for Engineering Workstations, vol.5, no 3, pp.110–127, 1989.Google Scholar
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    Groehs, A.G. Pós-Processamento de Tensões e Deslocamentos no Sistema GAELI (Ed. Faculdade de Engenharia do Porto), pp.579–532, vol.III, Mecon 89, Porto, Portugal, setembro 1989.Google Scholar

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© Computational Mechanics Publications 1991

Authors and Affiliations

  • A. G. Groehs
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Civil EngineeringFederal University of Rio Grande do SulPorto Alegre, RSBrazil

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