Shell model in linear elasticity

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annier
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Re: Shell model in linear elasticity

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Hi All,
Now i am going out of the topic. For those Elmer users interested in shell-plate analysis; they can follow up the project by Professor O.P. Gupta(Indian Institute of Technology, Kharagpur).
He has a sound theoretical concepts in Finite Element Methods. Also, he has authored a book on Finite and Boundary Element Methods in Engineering.
Links:
1. https://www.researchgate.net/project/Fa ... ysis-route
2. https://www.amazon.com/Boundary-Element ... B00DHKP9B0

Yours Sincerely,
Anil Kunwar
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Department of Materials Engineering, KU Leuven, Belgium
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Re: Shell model in linear elasticity

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dekoder87 wrote: 06 Jan 2015, 03:01 Hi Peter,

I have succesfuly used shell solver after studing SIF from test folder.

Thank you

Jacek
Hi all, Elmer Newbie here (of course). If I may also piggy-back... I am trying to use the ShellSolver, and no matter which shell-related test sif I run, after ElmerSolver starts and parses the sif, I get the same error:

"ERROR:: DefaultInitialize: no matrix exists, cannot initialize!"

The log shows that it is successfully loading ShellSolver and ShellSolver_bulk. I do not encounter this problem with any of the other solvers I've tried.

Any ideas? thanks,
Karl
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Re: Shell model in linear elasticity

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Generated mesh has something not need.

Try ElmerGrid 2 2 Mesh -autoclean

at least it drops some dimensions,... at 3d 1d,...


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