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. Arriaga, Miguel; Waisman, Haim: Multidimensional stability analysis of the phase-field method for fracture with a general degradation function and energy split (2018)
  2. Makvandi, Resam; Reiher, Jörg Christian; Bertram, Albrecht; Juhre, Daniel: Isogeometric analysis of first and second strain gradient elasticity (2018)
  3. Dimitri, Rossana; Zavarise, Giorgio: Isogeometric treatment of frictional contact and mixed mode debonding problems (2017)
  4. Kayan, Ş.; Merdan, H.; Yafia, R.; Goktepe, S.: Bifurcation analysis of a modified tumor-immune system interaction model involving time delay (2017)
  5. Schmitt, Regina; Kuhn, Charlotte; Müller, Ralf: On a phase field approach for martensitic transformations in a crystal plastic material at a loaded surface (2017)
  6. Steinke, Christian; Zreid, Imadeddin; Kaliske, Michael: On the relation between phase-field crack approximation and gradient damage modelling (2017)
  7. Sutton, Oliver J.: The virtual element method in 50 lines of MATLAB (2017)
  8. Zhao, Ying; Schillinger, Dominik; Xu, Bai-Xiang: Variational boundary conditions based on the Nitsche method for fitted and unfitted isogeometric discretizations of the mechanically coupled Cahn-Hilliard equation (2017)
  9. Addessi, Daniela; De Bellis, Maria Laura; Sacco, Elio: A micromechanical approach for the Cosserat modeling of composites (2016)
  10. Berger-Vergiat, Luc; McAuliffe, Colin; Waisman, Haim: Parallel preconditioners for monolithic solution of shear bands (2016)
  11. Fausten, Simon; Balzani, Daniel; Schröder, Jörg: An algorithmic scheme for the automated calculation of fiber orientations in arterial walls (2016)
  12. Pérez-Aparicio, José L.; Palma, Roberto; Taylor, Robert L.: Multiphysics and thermodynamic formulations for equilibrium and non-equilibrium interactions: non-linear finite elements applied to multi-coupled active materials (2016)
  13. Radermacher, Annika; Reese, Stefanie: POD-based model reduction with empirical interpolation applied to nonlinear elasticity (2016)
  14. Bluhm, J.; Specht, S.; Schröder, J.: Modeling of self-healing effects in polymeric composites (2015) ioport
  15. Brank, Boštjan; Ibrahimbegović, Adnan; Bohinc, Uroš: On discrete-Kirchhoff plate finite elements: implementation and discretization error (2015)
  16. Cangiani, A.; Manzini, G.; Russo, A.; Sukumar, N.: Hourglass stabilization and the virtual element method (2015)
  17. Chandra, Yenny; Zhou, Yang; Stanciulescu, Ilinca; Eason, Thomas; Spottswood, Stephen: A robust composite time integration scheme for snap-through problems (2015)
  18. Jarzebski, P.; Wisniewski, K.; Taylor, R.L.: On parallelization of the loop over elements in FEAP (2015)
  19. Konyukhov, Alexander; Izi, Ridvan: Introduction to computational contact mechanics. A geometrical approach (2015)
  20. Nikolic, M.; Ibrahimbegovic, A.; Miscevic, P.: Brittle and ductile failure of rocks: embedded discontinuity approach for representing mode I and mode II failure mechanisms (2015)

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