Applications Of Percolation Theory by M Sahini, M Sahimi

By M Sahini, M Sahimi

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The second subscript indicates whether the location for rotations and moments occurs at external or at internal node of the hybrid element (Fig. 8). kij is the stiffness coefficients of a prismatic beam. When i is equal to j, it is equal to 4E I / L and, when i is not equal to j, it is equal to 2E I / L . In order to reduce the degrees of freedom of a hybrid element to that for a conventional element for efficiency in computation and ease of computer implementation, it is necessary to statically condense the internal degrees of freedom of the stiffness expression in 44 Non-linear static and cyclic analysis of steel frames with semi-rigid connections Me Mi GIo__.

The stiffness coefficients are saved in a single array instead of a square matrix for the stiffness. 49) Before the assembling process for the elements is activated, the profile of the global stiffness matrix such as the one in Eq. 49) must first be determined and saved for recording purposes. This can be easily done by using an array for saving the numbers of the coefficients appearing in the diagonal of the stiffness matrix, and the column height at i degree of freedom can then be simply equal to the difference between i and i - 1 numbers for the diagonal coefficients.

I' stands for Non-linear static and cyclic analysis of steel frames with semi-rigid connections 34 I My1 i Fy, FXlM Fy2 Fz~ JM z~ ~ JM Node 2 a Fz~ F~M Fig. 3. The element local coordinate system. 3) O' where Cx and Cy are the direction cosines of the element about the Xc- and Yc-axes. 5) Xl, Yl, z l, X2, Y2 and Z2 are the coordinates of the two end nodes of the element (Fig. 2), respectively. Substituting Eqs. 6) Chapter 2. First-order linear elastic analysisfor rigid and semi-rigidframes 35 Zo Zp Fig.

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