Difference between bonded contact and standard contact, Science

1. What is the difference between an explicit method over implicit in FEA? Which one will you use over the other? Name the kind of analysis.

2. What is the Newton Raphson method? How does it work?

3. What is the difference between bonded contact and standard contact? Which one can model friction effects?

 

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