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dc.contributor.authorBELARBI, M.T-
dc.contributor.authorBOUREZANE, M-
dc.description.abstractThe lack of compatibility between degrees of freedom of various elements is a problem frequently encountered in practice during modeling complex structures. Coupling of membrane and beam elements is an illustrating classical example. The problem is generally treated through an additional rotational degree of freedom [1]. In this respect a new element based on the strain field has been developed with a drilling rotation in the Bergan sense [2]. The triangular element, with three nodes and three degrees of freedom constructed in this way, presents very good performance and may be used in various practical problems.en_US
dc.subjectTriangular elementen_US
dc.subjectdrilling rotationen_US
dc.subjectstrain modelen_US
dc.subjectplane elasticityen_US
dc.titleAn assumed strain based on triangular element with drilling rotationen_US
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