A Finite Element Analysis Program. FEAP is a general purpose finite element analysis program which is designed for research and educational use. Source code of the full program is available for compilation using Windows (Compaq or Intel compiler), LINUX or UNIX operating systems, and Mac OS X based Apple systems.Contact feap@berkeley.edu for further information and distribution costs. The FEAP program includes options for defining one, two, and three dimensional meshes, defining a wide range of linear and nonlinear solution algorithms, graphics options for displaying meshes and contouring solution values, an element library for linear and nonlinear solids, thermal elements, two and three dimensional frame (rod/beam) elements, plate and shell elements, and multiple rigid body options with joint interactions. Constitutive models include linear and finite elasticity, viscoelasticity with damage, and elasto-plasticity. The system may also be used in conjunction with mesh generation programs that have an option to output nodal coordinates and element connection arrays. In this case it may be necessary to write user functions to input the data generated from the mesh generation program.

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  1. Diewald, Felix; Lautenschlaeger, Martin P.; Stephan, Simon; Langenbach, Kai; Kuhn, Charlotte; Seckler, Steffen; Bungartz, Hans-Joachim; Hasse, Hans; Müller, Ralf: Molecular dynamics and phase field simulations of droplets on surfaces with wettability gradient (2020)
  2. Palma, Roberto; Pérez-Aparicio, José L.; Taylor, Robert L.: Non-linear and hysteretical finite element formulation applied to magnetostrictive materials (2020)
  3. Sander, Oliver: DUNE -- the distributed and unified numerics environment (2020)
  4. Berger-Vergiat, Luc; Chen, Xiaocui; Waisman, Haim: Explicit and implicit methods for shear band modeling at high strain rates (2019)
  5. Göküzüm, Felix Selim; Nguyen, Lu Trong Khiem; Keip, Marc-André: A multiscale FE-FFT framework for electro-active materials at finite strains (2019)
  6. Gültekin, Osman; Dal, Hüsnü; Holzapfel, Gerhard A.: On the quasi-incompressible finite element analysis of anisotropic hyperelastic materials (2019)
  7. Jia, Yue; Anitescu, Cosmin; Zhang, Yongjie Jessica; Rabczuk, Timon: An adaptive isogeometric analysis collocation method with a recovery-based error estimator (2019)
  8. Li, Beibei; Roper, Steven M.; Wang, Lei; Luo, Xiaoyu; Hill, N. A.: An incremental deformation model of arterial dissection (2019)
  9. Liberatore, Domenico; Addessi, Daniela; Sangirardi, Marialuigia: An enriched Bouc-Wen model with damage (2019)
  10. Rukavina, Tea; Ibrahimbegovic, Adnan; Kozar, Ivica: Fiber-reinforced brittle material fracture models capable of capturing a complete set of failure modes including fiber pull-out (2019)
  11. Russ, Jonathan B.; Waisman, Haim: Topology optimization for brittle fracture resistance (2019)
  12. Shen, Rilin; Waisman, Haim; Guo, Licheng: Fracture of viscoelastic solids modeled with a modified phase field method (2019)
  13. Addessi, Daniela; Sacco, Elio: A homogenized model for the nonlinear analysis of masonry columns in compression (2018)
  14. Arriaga, Miguel; Waisman, Haim: Multidimensional stability analysis of the phase-field method for fracture with a general degradation function and energy split (2018)
  15. Bayat, Hamid Reza; Krämer, Julian; Wunderlich, Linus; Wulfinghoff, Stephan; Reese, Stefanie; Wohlmuth, Barbara; Wieners, Christian: Numerical evaluation of discontinuous and nonconforming finite element methods in nonlinear solid mechanics (2018)
  16. Chasapi, M.; Klinkel, S.: A scaled boundary isogeometric formulation for the elasto-plastic analysis of solids in boundary representation (2018)
  17. Hamedzadeh, Amir; Gasser, T. Christian; Federico, Salvatore: On the constitutive modelling of recruitment and damage of collagen fibres in soft biological tissues (2018)
  18. Hurtado, Daniel E.; Rojas, Guillermo: Non-conforming finite-element formulation for cardiac electrophysiology: an effective approach to reduce the computation time of heart simulations without compromising accuracy (2018)
  19. Makvandi, Resam; Reiher, Jörg Christian; Bertram, Albrecht; Juhre, Daniel: Isogeometric analysis of first and second strain gradient elasticity (2018)
  20. Nikolić, Mijo; Do, Xuan Nam; Ibrahimbegovic, Adnan; Nikolić, Željana: Crack propagation in dynamics by embedded strong discontinuity approach: enhanced solid versus discrete lattice model (2018)

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