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. Blaszczyk, Mischa; Jantos, Dustin Roman; Junker, Philipp: Application of Taylor series combined with the weighted least square method to thermodynamic topology optimization (2022)
  2. Cansız, Barış; Kaliske, Michael: A comparative study of fully implicit staggered and monolithic solution methods. I: Coupled bidomain equations of cardiac electrophysiology (2022)
  3. Nikolić, Mijo: Discrete element model for the failure analysis of partially saturated porous media with propagating cracks represented with embedded strong discontinuities (2022)
  4. Oppermann, Philip; Denzer, Ralf; Menzel, Andreas: A thermo-viscoplasticity model for metals over wide temperature ranges -- application to case hardening steel (2022)
  5. Spiliopoulos, K. V.; Kapogiannis, I. A.: Fast and robust RSDM shakedown solutions of structures under cyclic variation of loads and imposed displacements (2022)
  6. Voges, Jannik; Smokovych, Iryna; Duvigneau, Fabian; Scheffler, Michael; Juhre, Daniel: Modeling the oxidation of a polymer-derived ceramic with chemo-mechanical coupling and large deformations (2022)
  7. Barfusz, Oliver; Brepols, Tim; van der Velden, Tim; Frischkorn, Jan; Reese, Stefanie: A single Gauss point continuum finite element formulation for gradient-extended damage at large deformations (2021)
  8. Barfusz, Oliver; van der Velden, Tim; Brepols, Tim; Holthusen, Hagen; Reese, Stefanie: A reduced integration-based solid-shell finite element formulation for gradient-extended damage (2021)
  9. Bartels, Alexander; Kurzeja, Patrick; Mosler, Jörn: Cahn-Hilliard phase field theory coupled to mechanics: fundamentals, numerical implementation and application to topology optimization (2021)
  10. Dorn, Christian; Wulfinghoff, Stephan: A gradient-extended large-strain anisotropic damage model with crack orientation director (2021)
  11. Junker, Philipp; Balzani, Daniel: A new variational approach for the thermodynamic topology optimization of hyperelastic structures (2021)
  12. Klawonn, Axel; Lanser, Martin; Rheinbach, Oliver; Uran, Matthias: Fully-coupled micro-macro finite element simulations of the Nakajima test using parallel computational homogenization (2021)
  13. Mobasher, Mostafa E.; Waisman, Haim: Dual length scale non-local model to represent damage and transport in porous media (2021)
  14. Pascon, João Paulo; Waisman, Haim: A mixed finite element formulation for ductile damage modeling of thermoviscoplastic metals accounting for void shearing (2021)
  15. Rolf-Pissarczyk, Malte; Li, Kewei; Fleischmann, Dominik; Holzapfel, Gerhard A.: A discrete approach for modeling degraded elastic fibers in aortic dissection (2021)
  16. Weber, Patrick; Geiger, Jeremy; Wagner, Werner: Constrained neural network training and its application to hyperelastic material modeling (2021)
  17. Chasapi, Margarita; Klinkel, Sven: Geometrically nonlinear analysis of solids using an isogeometric formulation in boundary representation (2020)
  18. 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)
  19. Kastian, Steffen; Moser, Dieter; Grasedyck, Lars; Reese, Stefanie: A two-stage surrogate model for neo-Hookean problems based on adaptive proper orthogonal decomposition and hierarchical tensor approximation (2020)
  20. Köpple, Max; Wagner, Werner: A mixed finite element model with enhanced zigzag kinematics for the non-linear analysis of multilayer plates (2020)

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