bilinear expression

bilinear expression

[bī′lin·ē·ər ik′spresh·ən]
(mathematics)
An expression which is linear in each of two variables separately.
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Based on numerical studies, simplified bilinear expressions for the softening traction-separation law (illustrated in Figure 1) were suggested by Petersson in 1981 [16], Hilsdorf and Brameshuber in 1991 [19], and Phillips and Zhang in 1993 [20].
Based on numerical studies, simplified bilinear expressions for the softening traction-separation law (Figure 2) were suggested by Petersson in 1981 [17], Hilsdorf and Brameshuber in 1991 [19], and Phillips and Zhang in 1993.