The finite element method applied to the analysis of tall structural codes. The development of compatible, self equilibriating and hybrid finite elements, and their application to 'plane shear wall' and 'core' problems of the type encountered in modern tall buildings.
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KeywordsFinite element methodStructural analysisTall structuresSelf equilibriating finite elementsHybrid finite elementsPlane shear wall problemsCore problemsTall buildings
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InstitutionUniversity of Bradford
DepartmentPostgraduate School of Studies in Civil and Structural Engineering.
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