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The finite element analysis of static linear elastic


problems with given jumps of sought-for
functions in ANSYS using superelement approach
V. N. Terpugov, D. O. Osherov
Perm State National Research University, Russia, 614990, Perm, Bukireva st., 15
terpugov@psu.ru; (342) 2-396-434
The ability to implement new algorithms in ANSYS provides a way to add functionality while using functional interface and a wide range of powerful solvers. Such enhancement of ANSYS enables us to study not implemented in ANSYS mechanical models. The solution of static linear
elastic problems in ANSYS is considered. Such problems arise in earthquake engineering. This
paper outlines the ability to implement the solution algorithm for considered problems in ANSYS
using superelement approach.
Key words: elasticity; finite-element modeling; algorithm.

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