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Orthogonal basis bubble function element numerical analysis method, orthogonal basis bubble function element numerical analysis program, and orthogonal basis bubble function element numerical analyzing apparatus

Foreign code F110005493
File No. K07604WO
Posted date Sep 6, 2011
Country United States of America
Application number 79165905
Gazette No. 20070299641
Gazette No. 7881912
Date of filing Nov 25, 2005
Gazette Date Dec 27, 2007
Gazette Date Feb 1, 2011
International application number JP2005021727
International publication number WO2006057359
Date of international filing Nov 25, 2005
Date of international publication Jun 1, 2006
Priority data
  • P2004-343213 (Nov 26, 2004) JP
  • P2005-071239 (Mar 14, 2005) JP
  • 2005WO-JP21727 (Nov 25, 2005) WO
Title Orthogonal basis bubble function element numerical analysis method, orthogonal basis bubble function element numerical analysis program, and orthogonal basis bubble function element numerical analyzing apparatus
Abstract (US7881912)
A known analytical physical quantity of an analysis subject and an element level consistent mass matrix of each element are obtained by acquiring units.
A bubble function is integrated for each element, and the element level diagonal mass matrix of each element is computed by substituting the value that is integrated for the element level consistent mass matrix of each element.
The diagonal mass matrix for the entire analysis region is computed by the summation (superposition) of the element level diagonal mass matrices of each element and inverse matrix thereof is computed.
A motion of the analysis subject is analyzed based on the known analytical physical quantity, the diagonal mass matrix for the entire analysis region, and the inverse matrix thereof.
Scope of claims [claim1]
1. A numerical analysis method, comprising: acquiring a consistent mass matrix of each element of a subject;
generating, based on a bubble function of each element, a first diagonal mass matrix of each element, the first diagonal mass matrix being the consistent mass matrix that is diagonalized;
analyzing a motion of the subject based on a known physical quantity of the subject and the first diagonal mass matrix; and
computing a second diagonal mass matrix of an entire analysis region based on the first diagonal mass matrix,
wherein the generating includes generating the first diagonal mass matrix by substituting an integration value of the bubble function of each element into the consistent mass matrix, wherein the integration value is found by employing the following equations:
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[claim2]
2. A numerical analysis method, comprising: acquiring a consistent mass matrix of each element of a subject;
generating, based on a bubble function of each element, a first diagonal mass matrix of each element, the first diagonal mass matrix being the consistent mass matrix that is diagonalized; and
analyzing a motion of the subject based on a known physical quantity of the subject and the first diagonal mass matrix, further comprising:
computing a second diagonal mass matrix of an entire analysis region based on the first diagonal mass matrix; and
computing an inverse matrix of the second diagonal mass matrix, wherein
the analyzing includes analyzing the motion based on the known physical quantity, the second diagonal mass matrix, and the inverse matrix, wherein the generating includes generating the first diagonal mass matrix by substituting an integration value of the bubble function of each element into the consistent mass matrix, wherein the integration value is found by employing the following equations:
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[claim3]
3. A numerical analysis apparatus, comprising: an acquiring unit that acquires a consistent mass matrix of each element of a subject;
a generating unit that, based on a bubble function of each element, generates a first diagonal mass matrix of each element, the first diagonal mass matrix being the consistent mass matrix that is diagonalized; and
an analyzing unit that analyzes a motion of the subject based on a known physical quantity of the subject and the first diagonal mass matrix, further comprising:
a first computing unit that computes a second diagonal mass matrix of the entire subject based on the first diagonal mass matrix; and
a second computing unit that computes an inverse matrix of the second diagonal mass matrix, wherein
the analyzing unit analyzes the motion based on the known physical quantity, the second diagonal mass matrix, and the inverse matrix, wherein the generating includes generating the first diagonal mass matrix by substituting an integration value of the bubble function of each element into the consistent mass matrix, wherein the integration value is found by employing the following equations:
(Equation image 92 not included in text)
  • Inventor, and Inventor/Applicant
  • MATSUMOTO JUNICHI
  • JAPAN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY AGENCY
  • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ADVANCED INDUSTRIAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
IPC(International Patent Classification)
Reference ( R and D project ) PRESTO The Innovation of Simulation Technology and the Construction of Foundations for its Practical Use AREA
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