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Guided wave simulation in plates using split-domain FEM approach
K. Sri Harsha Reddy,
Published in American Institute of Physics Inc.
Volume: 1650
Pages: 731 - 738
This paper reports the quantitative comparison of A-scans obtained from the simulations of fundamental guided wave modes in a plate by split-domain Finite Element Modeling approach with the more conventional single domain FEM method. Split Approach is the computationally efficient technique that has been developed for simulating long-range guided wave propagation in complex structures with limited computation resources. This Split Approach method involves sub-domain FE modeling which involves the splitting the larger FE model into smaller sub-domain models, solving them individually and finally transferring the wave from one sub-domain to the next sub-domain. In this paper, simulations of guided wave propagation were carried out in a plate using ABAQUS® Explicit FE package. The results thus obtained by split approach were compared with conventional full model approach. © 2015 AIP Publishing LLC.
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