Engineering Computations, ( ISI ), Volume (36), No (5), Year (2019-6) , Pages (1483-1521)

Title : ( Creating better dynamic relaxation methods )

Authors: Mohaamad Rezaiee Pajand , Hossein Estiri , Mohammad Mohammadi Khatami ,

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Purpose The purpose of this study is to demonstrate that using appropriate values for fictitious parameters is very important in dynamic relation methods. It will be shown that a better scheme can be made by modifying these terms. Design/methodology/approach Former research studies have proposed diverse values for fictitious parameters. These factors are very essential and highly affect structural analyses’ abilities. In this paper, the fictitious masses in ten previous well-known schemes are replaced with each other. These formulations lead to the extra 41 different new procedures. Findings To compare the skills of the created processes with those of the ten previous ones, 14 benchmark problems with geometrical nonlinear behaviour are analysed. The performances’ evaluations are based on the number of iterations and analysis time. Considering these two criteria, the score of each technique is found for the


, Efficiency, Dynamic relaxation, Geometrical nonlinear analysis, Large deformation
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author = {Rezaiee Pajand, Mohaamad and Estiri, Hossein and Mohammadi Khatami, Mohammad},
title = {Creating better dynamic relaxation methods},
journal = {Engineering Computations},
year = {2019},
volume = {36},
number = {5},
month = {June},
issn = {0264-4401},
pages = {1483--1521},
numpages = {38},
keywords = {Efficiency; Dynamic relaxation; Geometrical nonlinear analysis; Large deformation},


%0 Journal Article
%T Creating better dynamic relaxation methods
%A Rezaiee Pajand, Mohaamad
%A Estiri, Hossein
%A Mohammadi Khatami, Mohammad
%J Engineering Computations
%@ 0264-4401
%D 2019