Dual reciprocity boundary element method using compactly supported radial basis functions for 3D linear elasticity with body forces
A new computational model by integrating the boundary element method and the compactly supported radial basis functions (CSRBF) is developed for three-dimensional (3D) linear elasticity with the presence of body forces. The corresponding displacement and stress particular solution kernels across the supported radius in the CSRBF are obtained for inhomogeneous term interpolation. Subsequently, the classical dual reciprocity boundary element method, in which the domain integrals due to the...[Show more]
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