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computational mechanics; contact problem; finite element method; explicit time integration algorithm
Computational modelling of contact problems is still one of the most difficult aspects of non-linear analysis in engineering mechanics. The article introduces an original efficient explicit algorithm for evaluation of impacts of bodies, satisfying the conservation of both momentum and energy exactly. The algorithm is described in its linearized 2-dimensional formulation in details, as open to numerous generalizations including 3-dimensional ones, and supplied by numerical examples obtained from its software implementation.
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