Hong, Sun-Gwon

For 2-D Stokes mixed boundary value problems we construct a boundaryintegral equation which couples a conventional boundary integral equationfor the velocity with a hypersingular boundary integral equation for thetraction. Expressing terms in the equation by complex variables, we obtain acomplex boundary integral equation and realize symmetrization...

Dyhoum, T. E. Lesnic, D. Aykroyd, R. G.

This paper discusses solving the forward problem for electrical resistance tomography (ERT). The mathematical model is governed by Laplace's equation with the most general boundary conditions forming the so-called complete electrode model (CEM). We examine this problem in simply-connected and multiply - connected domains (rigid inclusion, cavity an...

Kumara P, Kirana

In this work, possibility of simulating biological organs in realtime using the Boundary Element Method (BEM) is investigated. Biological organs are assumed to follow linear elastostatic material behavior, and constant boundary element is the element type used. First, a Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) is used to speed up the BEM computations to ach...

Hussein, S. O. Lesnic, D.

The determination of an unknown spacewice dependent force function acting on a vibrating string from over-specied Cauchy boundary data is investigated numerically using the boundary element method (BEM) combined with a regularized method of separating variables. This linear inverse problem is ill-posed since small errors in the input data cause lar...

Solekhudin, I. Ang, K. C.

In this paper, a problem involving time-dependent water flow in a homogeneous soil is considered. The problem involves water infiltration from periodic identical trapezoidal channels. A governing equation of the problem is the Richard’s equation, which can be studied more conveniently by transforming the equation to a Helmholtz equation using the K...

Solekhudin, I. Ang, K. C.

In this paper, problems involving infiltration from periodic identical trapezoidal channels into homogeneous soils with root water uptake are considered. The governing equation of infiltration through soil is transformed to a modified Helmholtz equation using Kirchoff transformation with dimensionless variables. A DRBEM with a predictor-corrector s...

Mantič, V. Távara, L. Ortiz, J.E. París, F.

Explicit closed-form real-variable expressions of a fundamental solution and its derivatives for three-dimensional problems in transversely linear elastic isotropic solids are presented. The expressions of the fundamental solution in displacements Uik and its derivatives, originated by a unit point force, are valid for any combination of material p...

Chapko, Roman Johansson, Tomas Vavrychuk, Vasyl

We consider a Cauchy problem for the heat equation, where the temperature field is to be reconstructed from the temperature and heat flux given on a part of the boundary of the solution domain. We employ a Landweber type method proposed in ~\cite{Bast}, where a sequence of mixed well-posed problems are solved at each iteration step to obtain a stab...

Szeidl, G. Dudra, J.

Assuming linear displacements and constant strains and stresses at infinity, we re-formulate the equations of the direct boundary element method for plane problems of elasticity. We consider a body made of orthotropic material. The reformulated equations make it possible to attack plane problems on exterior regions without replacing the region by a...

Bakar, S.A. Saleh, A.L.

This paper presents a technique to establish the strain incremental formulation in the boundary element method applied to elastoplasticity problem. In this technique, the application of second order singularity problem is avoided, and only first order singularity problem is sufficient. The proposed technique is applied to analyse a timber beam stru...