Refined finite element analysis of linear and nonlinear two-dimensional structures. by Carlos Alberto Felippa

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University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D. thesis, 1966.

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Three Noded Linear Triangular Element, Four Noded Linear Rectangular Element, Two-Variable 3-Noded Linear Triangular Element, Strain – Stress Relation, 1 Plane Stress Conditions, 2 Plane Strain Conditions, Generalized Coordinates Approach To Nodel Approximations, Isoparametric Elements, Structural Mechanics Applications In 2 Dimensions, Two Dimensional Finite Element Analysis.

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