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Figures


Figure 1: Reference error in linear (left) and nonlinear (right) problem.


Figure 2: Reference meshes: global over original discretization (left), local over element patches (middle), local over nodal patches (right).


Figure 3: Brazilian splitting test: computational domain with material parameters (left), discretization with 386 linear elements and 427 nodes (right).


Figure 4: Loading path of point A (left) and point B (right) in the nonadaptive analysis.


Figure 5: Damage propagation: state I (top left), state II (top right), state III (bottom left), state IV (bottom right). Note that the scale is changing.


Figure 6: Relative error evolution in the nonadaptive analysis.


Figure 7: Relative error evolution in the adaptive analysis.


Figure 8: Evolution of the relative weighted error in the adaptive analysis.


Figure 9: Loading path of point A (left) and point B (right) in the adaptive analysis.


Figure 10: Meshes for the adaptive analysis: Mesh 0 - 386 elements, 427 nodes, mesh 1 - 462 elements, 507 nodes, mesh 2 - 600 elements, 656 nodes, mesh 3 - 861 elements, 933 nodes, mesh 4 - 1117 elements, 1194 nodes, mesh 5 - 950 elements, 1019 nodes, mesh 6 - 575 elements, 623 nodes, mesh 7 - 524 elements, 569 nodes (meshes are ordered from left to right and from top to bottom).


Figure 11: Maximum principal strain distribution at step 33: nonadaptive analysis (left), adaptive analysis (right).


Figure 12: Damage distribution at step 33: nonadaptive analysis (left), adaptive analysis (right).


Figure 13: Error distribution (in energy norm) at step 33 on mesh 3 (left) and on mesh 4 (right).



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Daniel Rypl
2005-12-03