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Kulasegaram, "Correction and stabilization of smooth particle hydrodynamics methods with applications in metal forming simulations," Int.
(1994) An analysis of smooth particle hydrodynamics. Sandia Report SAND93-2513.
(1999) Variational and momentum preservation aspects of smooth particle hydrodynamic formulation.
A Smooth Particle Hydrodynamics based model was carried out using the LS-Dyna[R] V9.71.R4 software.
Specific topics include the dynamical design of a steel frame based on the arbitrary Lagrange-Euler method, the structural response of a reinforced concrete specimen subjected to adjacent blast loading, variables affecting smooth particle hydrodynamics simulation of high-velocity flyer plate impact experiments, isolation system reliability of reinforced concrete building structures, and the seismic performance of double-unit tunnel form building under in-plane lateral cyclic loading.
Kulasegaram, "Correction and stabilization of smooth particle hydrodynamics methods with applications in metal forming simulations," International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, vol.
Several meshless techniques have been developed, for example, the "diffuse element method" [11]the "element-free Galerkin (EFG)" method [12] "meshless local Petrov-Galerkin (MLPG)" method [8], the "smooth particle hydrodynamics (SPH)" method, the "reproducing Kernel particle" method [13] "boundary node" method [14, 15]"boundary point interpolation" methods [16] and so forth [8].