Shape optimization in contact problems : Approximation and numerical realization
Haslinger, J. & Neittaanmäki, P. (1987). Shape optimization in contact problems : Approximation and numerical realization. Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis , 21 (2), 269-291.
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The optímal shape design of a two-dimensíonal elastic body on rigid foundatíon is analyzed. The relation between the continuous problem and the díscrete problem achieved by FEM is presented. A numerícal realization together wíth the sensítivity analysís is given. Several numerical examples to illustrate the practícal use of the methods are presented.
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