where can I find matlab coding for 1-D, 2-D elasto plastic non linear problem?
Refer the book
"Matlab guide to finite elements , an interactive approach"
A good frame work for the fem coding you can get from this book. But most of the codes in this may not be computationally efficient , and you may have to modify that suitably.
Mechanical Engineering Department
National Institute of Technology
I am using MATLAB for FEM. I am refering following books:
1. MATLAB Codes for Finite Element Analysis: Solids and Structures - A. J. M. Ferreira
2. The Finite Element Method using MATLAB - Young W. Kwon
Both the books discussed well and gave enough codes. Refering these one can easily develop his/her own code for required problem. They have discussed linear FEM only. But I feel they have given enough idea about FEM in MATLAB.
What is your problem exactly.......?
Thank you MR Sreenath AM. I am refering to the book you have recommended.
I will certainly go through the books you have mentioned.
I am working on problems in FEM mainly non-linear. There is a book called Finite Element in Plasticity by DRJ-OWEN they have discussed solution of non linear problems.
But the codes they have explained are in Fortran language. I am trying to write those code in MATLAB using methods they have explained (Newton-raphson, Tangential stiffness method etc.)
Ohk....You can have a look at the following book for Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis:
Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis - Crisfield.
It is a two volumes book....very well known for Nonlinear discussion.
And most of the books on FEM give Codes in fortran only...All the best
Recently I have seen a book on Nonlinear FEM using MATLAB. Title of the book :
"Development and Application of the FEM based on MATLAB"...It is a free FEM ware....Follow the link to get more.
hello Mr Sreenivas
Today I saw your comment about the book "Development and Application of the FEM based on MATLAB", but the link doesnt work any more.
I tried to find it by google search,but there wasnt any thing.
Would you please guide me to find this book.
by the way, I'm trying to simulate a material nonlinearity problem, Do you know some thing that can help me in this way?
Thanks for that link. It is really helpful.
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