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Scientific Object Identifier: http://soi.org/1.1/TAS0512147
DOI: https://dx.doi.org/10.15863/TAS.2023.05.121.47
Language: English
Citation: Djumayozov, U. Z., & Eshmanova, N. F. (2023). Numerical solution of threedimensional boundary value problems of the theory of elasticity in finite deformations. ISJ Theoretical & Applied Science, 05 (121), 321330. Soi: http://soi.org/1.1/TAS0512147 Doi: https://dx.doi.org/10.15863/TAS.2023.05.121.47 
Pages: 321330
Published: 30.05.2023
Abstract: Usually, when determining the safety margins and reliability of structures and their elements, it is sufficient to solve the boundary value problem of the theory of elasticity at small deformations. With the development of innovative technologies and the widespread use of composite materials, the calculation of materials at large deformations is required. Usually, to solve boundary value problems with finite deformations, variation methods based on potential energy are used. The article formulates a threedimensional boundary value problem of the theory of elasticity in finite deformations for a parallelepiped with different natural and kinematic boundary conditions. The grid equations are constructed by the finitedifference method. To solve nonlinear difference equations, the method of elastic solutions of Ilyushin is used, i.e. first, the elastic (linear) problem is solved, and then the same problem is solved with a new righthand side, taking into account the nonlinear part of the original equations. In this case, the finitedifference analogue of the linear problem solved with respect to central nodal values is the basis for an iterative process of the Jakobi type with an approximation order of 2. Using the received numerical results, the distribution of displacements and stresses in a parallelepiped is investigated.
Key words: finite deformation, elasticity, displacement, boundary value problem, difference equation.
