A stabilizing approach to resolve the inconsistent results prevalent when applying the standard time domain BEM to 3D problems

Kamali Yazdi, A and Abdollahian, M 2012, 'A stabilizing approach to resolve the inconsistent results prevalent when applying the standard time domain BEM to 3D problems', in H. R. Arabnia (ed.) Proceedings of the 2012 World Congress in Computer Science Computer Engineering and Applied Computing, Las Vegas, United States, 16-19 July 2012, pp. 1-7.


Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Conference Papers

Title A stabilizing approach to resolve the inconsistent results prevalent when applying the standard time domain BEM to 3D problems
Author(s) Kamali Yazdi, A
Abdollahian, M
Year 2012
Conference name WORLDCOMP'12
Conference location Las Vegas, United States
Conference dates 16-19 July 2012
Proceedings title Proceedings of the 2012 World Congress in Computer Science Computer Engineering and Applied Computing
Editor(s) H. R. Arabnia
Publisher CSREA Press
Place of publication Las Vegas, United States
Start page 1
End page 7
Total pages 7
Abstract The established authority regulating the time domain boundary element method (BEM) suggests that numerical response has been disturbed either due to the presence of noise or a consequence of unstable behavior. Subsequently, there are techniques which can lead to stable time-domain BEM algorithms. But these techniques introduce another time consuming formulation for BEM to overcome instabilities. This paper proposes a new stabilizing approach to resolve the inconsistent results prevalent when applying the standard time domain BEM to 3D problems. The proposed time-weighted time domain BEM could be employed subsequent to the standard BEM process in order to stabilize the unstable computed results of the standard time domain BEM. The proposed approach is tested on three dimensional problems. The results show that the proposed procedure can effectively be used as a stabilizing approach to resolve the inconsistent results prevalent when applying the standard time domain BEM to 3D.
Subjects Operations Research
Keyword(s) BEM
Stability
Three dimensional problems
Time weighted
Copyright notice © 2012 The Authors
ISBN 1601322070
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