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textbook problems. Where applicable, test cases that conform to published benchmark specifications are identified. 2.2. Benchmark Test Case Content and Nomenclature
Format and content for the benchmark test cases are as follows:
• Overview--a list of the major reference for the problem, the analysis type, the element type(s), and the
name of the test case file (in the printed manual) or a link to the test case file (in the online version). • Test Case--a brief description of the problem and desired solution output. Also included are necessary
material properties, geometric properties, loadings, boundary conditions, and parameter definitions. The
parameters listed in the parameter definition area are used to define model variables that distinguish
each test case run. Each test case is uniquely defined by these parameters and noted in the Results Comparison section. • Representative Mesh Options--a graphics display of a sampling of the finite element meshes created
by the test. Parameters defined in the Test Case section ar...
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2010 for the course DEPARTMENT E301 taught by Professor Kulasinghe during the Spring '09 term at University of Peradeniya.
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