@inproceedings{SmithGarloffWerkle,
author = {Smith, Andrew Paul and Garloff, J{\"u}rgen and Werkle, Horst},
title = {VERIFIED SOLUTION OF FINITE ELEMENT MODELS WITH UNCERTAIN NODE LOCATIONS},
editor = {G{\"u}rlebeck, Klaus and K{\"o}nke, Carsten},
organization = {Bauhaus-Universit{\"a}t Weimar},
issn = {1611-4086},
doi = {10.25643/bauhaus-universitaet.2901},
url = {http://nbn-resolving.de/urn:nbn:de:gbv:wim2-20170314-29010},
pages = {15},
abstract = {We consider a structural truss problem where all of the physical model parameters are uncertain: not just the material values and applied loads, but also the positions of the nodes are assumed to be inexact but bounded and are represented by intervals. Such uncertainty may typically arise from imprecision during the process of manufacturing or construction, or round-off errors. In this case the application of the finite element method results in a system of linear equations with numerous interval parameters which cannot be solved conventionally. Applying a suitable variable substitution, an iteration method for the solution of a parametric system of linear equations is firstly employed to obtain initial bounds on the node displacements. Thereafter, an interval tightening (pruning) technique is applied, firstly on the element forces and secondly on the node displacements, in order to obtain tight guaranteed enclosures for the interval solutions for the forces and displacements.},
subject = {Angewandte Informatik},
language = {en}
}