on [OMEGA] } is the time discretised
set of admissible displacements.
The basic idea of the presented model is that materials are discretised
into mass particles, while these mass particles are connected with randomized normal and shear bonds.
1) is discretised
by employing the FV method described in detail in (Demirdzic & Muzaferija, 1995).
The cross-section is discretised
by quadratic and/or triangular elements, which is represented by filament.
The volume domain of the particles and the bond are discretised
by the tetrahedron 10 nodes elements with six degree of freedom, which are interconnected only by nodes.
The oedometer sample, 0,0875 m in diameter and 0,035 m in height, was discretised
into 4-node two dimensional elements (Fig 2) with symmetric loading.
The Enter number of discretised
sets--surprising results in three dimensions.
Note that the hat on top of a vector indicates that this vector is discretised
on the cell faces, i.
The local dependency is discretised
by introducing difference quotients instead of local derivatives.
In the case where all individual components of SC are nominally identical or a continuous SC can be discretised
notionally into nominally identical components, a different number of them will fail (will be "sacrificed") at different intensities of reflected blast wave.
The [theta] vectors are then used in subsequent calculations to provide a discretised
form of Eqn 2 resulting in an ODE for each node in the system.
The governing equations were discretised
using a finite-volume method with hybrid-differencing for convection terms.