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Linear and sublinear operators as applied to variational integration.

P. Y Lee

Linear and sublinear operators as applied to variational integration.

by P. Y Lee

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Thesis (Ph. D.)--The Queens" University of Belfast, 1965.

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This book covers the fundamental concepts of energy principles and variational methods and their function in the formulation and solution of problems of mechanics. It has been completely revised and updated to meet the increased application of these methods. In this note we illustrate how to obtain the full family of Newmark’s time integration algorithms within a rigorous variational framework, i.e., by discretizing suitably defined extended functionals, rather than by starting from a weak form (for instance, of the Galerkin type), as done in the past.

  Nonlinear equations are of great importance to our contemporary world. Nonlinear phenomena have important applications in applied mathematics, physics, and issues related to engineering. Despite the importance of obtaining the exact solution of nonlinear partial differential equations in physics and applied mathematics, there is still the daunting problem of finding . In mathematics, a linear map (also called a linear mapping, linear transformation or, in some contexts, linear function) is a mapping V → W between two modules (for example, two vector spaces) that preserves (in the sense defined below) the operations of addition and scalar multiplication. If a linear map is a bijection then it is called a linear isomorphism.

A comprehensive guide to using energy principles and variational methods for solving problems in solid mechanics This book provides a systematic, highly practical introduction to the use of energy principles, traditional variational methods, and the finite element method for the solution of engineering problems involving bars, beams, torsion, plane elasticity, trusses, and plates. The book includes introductory and advanced concepts in measure and integration, as well as an introduction to Sobolev spaces. The problems presented are nonlinear, with non-convex variational formulation.


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