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How to calculate Stress intensity factor through FE programming?

Dear all,

I need to calculate SIF through a FEM program by writing some line of codes. The problem is that I wasn't able to find a reference contains straightforward formulation and procedure for this. Can anybody help me please with this issue?

Cordially,

Mohammad

Your preferences in scientific/engineering/numerical programming

Hello everyone,

I am working on a project related to helping the everyday researcher do his/her programming easier and faster.

I have done a fair amount of research work at OSU and have gotten a feel for the way they program on a daily basis, but realize that it could be and probably is drastically different on different parts of the planet. As such, I am here to ask the following questions (really, any opinion helps, so feel free to respond with whatever you want):

What Platform Would You Prefer for a Software That Helps in Learning FEM---Windows or Java?

Ideally, this post of mine should carry a poll, but I guess as an ordinary user, I cannot insert one.

Currently, I am writing a small software program that is especially designed to help learn FEM. For instance, I will be providing detailed listings for every intermediate step, e.g. all those [D], [B], [k], etc. matrices for each element, as well as the final assembled global system {F} = [K]{d} and its solution separately at each Gauss point. Only linear static problems for the time being; will add transients/eigenvalue problems in near future.

Java for High-Performance Computational Engg. / Sciences?

In the past few days at iMechanica, there have been quite a few messages dealing with different aspects of programming, libraries and so on...

It would perhaps be timely, therefore, to ask:

Do you have any opinion about using Java in numerical analysis (NA) / FEM / CFD etc.---i.e., in computational engineering and sciences (CES)?

Do you have any experience or hard data concerning performance of Java vis-a-vis C++ or FORTRAN, esp. for large systems, or for high-performance applications? Any pointers?

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Java For Scientific Computation

Java has very good characteristics as a scientific computation. Its very strong structure make debugging very easier than traditional languages such as MATLAB and Fortran. JVM lead to high portablity of JAVA in Linux and Windows. And Garbage Collector is a real good advantage beneficial for scientific Computation. I think it can be good alternative for C++ and Fortran.

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