Thi Hoa Nguyen

Thi Hoa Nguyen
Technische Universität Darmstadt | TU · Institute for Mechanics

Master of Science

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In this paper, we propose a variationally consistent technique for decreasing the maximum eigenfrequencies of structural dynamics related finite element formulations. Our approach is based on adding a symmetric positive-definite term to the consistent mass matrix that follows from the integral of the traction jump across element boundaries. The add...
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A key advantage of isogeometric discretizations is their accurate and well-behaved eigenfrequencies and eigenmodes. For degree two and higher, however, optical branches of spurious outlier frequencies and modes may appear due to boundaries or reduced continuity at patch interfaces. In this paper, we introduce a variational approach based on perturb...
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In this paper, we propose a variationally consistent technique for decreasing the maximum eigenfrequencies of structural dynamics related finite element formulations. Our approach is based on adding a symmetric positive-definite term to the mass matrix that follows from the integral of the traction jump across element boundaries. The added term is...
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In this paper, we take a fresh look at using spectral analysis for assessing locking phenomena in finite element formulations. We propose to “measure” locking by comparing the difference between eigenvalue and mode error curves computed on coarse meshes with “asymptotic” error curves computed on “overkill” meshes, both plotted with respect to the n...
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A key advantage of isogeometric discretizations is their accurate and well-behaved eigenfrequencies and eigenmodes. For degree two and higher, however, optical branches of spurious outlier frequencies and modes may appear due to boundaries or reduced continuity at patch interfaces. In this paper, we introduce a variational approach based on perturb...
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In this paper, we initiate the use of spectral analysis for assessing locking phenomena in finite element formulations. We propose to ``measure'' locking by comparing the difference between eigenvalue and mode error curves computed on coarse meshes with ``asymptotic'' error curves computed on ``overkill'' meshes, both plotted with respect to the no...
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We present a new methodology to derive imperfect interface models for the problems with interphase layers. The test case is potential problems, e.g., thermal conductivity, antiplane elasticity, etc. The methodology combines classical asymptotic analysis with concepts from the theory of complex-valued functions. Its major advantage over existing asy...

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