Formulation of the eXtended finite element and the matched asymptotic development methods applied to the transient heat transfer in brazed assembly

Abstract : The transient heat transfer in the one-dimensional model of brazed assembly is investigated by coupling the eXtended Finite Element Method (X-FEM) and the matched asymptotic development method (DAR). The approach proposed by the DAR method is based on to construct the enriched functions in the X-FEM framework. The accuracy of the results obtained by the coupling is evaluated by comparing them with the solutions of the quadrupole method and of the commercial computational code ABAQUS.
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Dan Huy Nguyen, Myriam Lazard, François Bilteryst, Pascal Lamesle, Gilles Dour. Formulation of the eXtended finite element and the matched asymptotic development methods applied to the transient heat transfer in brazed assembly . HTE'08 - 6th IASME/WSEAS International conference on heat transfer, thermal engineering and environment , Aug 2008, Rhodes, Greece. p. 105-110. ⟨hal-01819196⟩

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