The Use of Transitional Elements for Stress Analysis of Structures with a Technological Surface Layer by the Method of Finite Elements
Some shape functions have been presented for a transitional finite element, the use of which facilitates stress analysis of a structure with a technological surface layer. An example of application of such an element for determining the state of stress in a notched specimen with a surface layer is discussed.
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