Finite element analysis program (FEAP) for conduction heat transfer
Bettencourt, Jorge Martins
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The Finite Element Analysis Program (FEAP) was expanded to solve linear and nonlinear, two and three dimensional heat conduction problems. The usual types of . boundary conditions, including radiation, may be specified. A wide range of two- and three-time level schemes for the solution of time dependent problems is available in the program and a discussion of those most commonly used is presented. The algorithms for the solution of typical practical problems are described and several numerical examples are presented. The results are compared with the available analytical solutions. A listing of this expanded version of FEAP and the corresponding user's instructions are provided.
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