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Nagata patch interpolation for finite volume mechanical contact simulations
- 1 Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture, Zagreb, Croatia
- 2 University College Dublin, School of Mechanical and Materials Engineering, Belfield, Ireland
- 3 NV Bekaert SA, Belgium
This paper describes a finite volume contact algorithm with surface smoothing using the Nagata patch interpolation. Nagata interpolation is derived from existing discretisation, using the mesh points positions and their calculated normal vectors. The contact between a deformable and a rigid body is analysed, whereas the rigid body is described with Nagata patch interpolation. Such approach allows a more accurate evaluation of the resulting contact stresses and forces
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