Solution parallelization of softening plasticity problems

Abstract


Parallelization of deformation-damage coupling boundary value problem solution is considered. In definition the equations of the strength we used the principle of equivalence of deformations in a real and relatively undamaged structures. Principle of real and hypothetical undamaged structure strain equivalence is applied. An iterative procedure characterized by successive solutions of plasticity and damage problems at each iteration step, is proposed. The approach to parallelization of softening plasticity boundary value problem solution is based on the conception of generalized nonlinear structural models and on the method of decomposition.

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Iakov M Klebanov

Samara State Technical University

Email: jklebanov@mail.ru
(д.ф.-м.н., проф.), зав. кафедрой, каф. механики; Самарский государственный технический университет; Samara State Technical University

Igor E Adeyanov

Samara State Technical University

Email: adigorev@gmail.com
(к.т.н.), ст. преподаватель, каф. механики; Самарский государственный технический университет; Samara State Technical University

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