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Civil-Comp Proceedings
ISSN 1759-3433
CCP: 44
ADVANCES IN BOUNDARY ELEMENT METHODS
Edited by: B.H.V. Topping

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Preliminaries
1ANALYSIS USING BOUNDARY METHODS  
1.1 BEM Formulation for (3D) Elastic Incompressible Solids
S.V. Tsinopoulos, D. Polyzos and D.E. Beskos
1
1.2 An Efficient Technique for Boundary Elements with Subregions
J.A.F. Santiago, V.A. Valentim and J.C.F. Telles
9
1.3 Approximation of Boundary Densities in Regularized BEM Formulations
V. Sladek and J. Sladek
17
1.4 On Non-Linear Transformations for the Integration of the Singular Kernels in the Boundary Element Method
M. Doblare and L. Gracia
29
1.5 Boundary Element Analysis of Wave Scattering in Transversely Isotropic Solids
A. Saez and J. Dominguez
43
1.6 Analysis of the Elastic-Plastic Problem Involving Finite Plastic Strain using the Boundary Element Method
A. Lorenzana, J. Pereda and J.A. Garrido
53
2ANALYSIS OF PLATES AND SHELLS  
2.1 A Boundary Element Analysis of Non-Smooth Plate Problems
M. Aristodemo and D. Archina
65
3SOIL-STRUCTURE INTERACTION PROBLEMS  
3.1 3-D Dynamic Foundation-Soil-Foundation Interaction on a Layered Soil Medium
D.L. Karabalis and M. Mohammadi
73
3.2 A Boundary Element Formulation for the Computer Design of Substation Grounding
I. Colominas, F. Navarrina and M. Casteleiro
81
4CONTACT PROBLEMS  
4.1 Effect of Interelemental Corners When Modeling Smooth Contact Surfaces
J.C. del Cano and F. Paris
89
5DYNAMIC PROBLEMS  
5.1 Forced Vibrations of 3-D Solids by the Dual Reciprocity BEM
J. Agnantiaris, D. Polyzos and D.E. Beskos
99
5.2 Computation of T-Stresses in Elastodynamics by the Boundary Element Method
J. Sladek and V. Sladek
105
5.3 Simulation of the Duffing Oscillator with Time-Varying Mass by a BEM in Time
H.J. Holl, A.K. Belyaev and H. Irschik
113
5.4 A Solution Technique for Cathodic Protection with Dynamic Boundary Conditions by the Boundary Element Method
J.A.F. Santiago and J.C.F. Telles
121
5.5 Transient Elastodynamic Analysis by the Boundary Element Method with Time Dependent Fundamental Solutions
J.A.M. Carrer and W.J. Mansur
129
5.6 Dynamic Soil-Structure Interaction in Bridge Abutments
A. Martinez, J. Mateo and E. Alarcon
135
6BOUNDARY ELEMENT METHODS IN DESIGN  
6.1 A Simplified BEM Analysis of Pile Groups
J.Batista de Paiva and R.R. Trondi
145

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