A general computer program is given for the linear elastic static analysis of complex structural systems. These elements have special advantages for the analysis of massive underground structures, such as mine structures, and aboveground structures, such as arch dams. New finite elements which are useful in the analysis of two and three dimensional solids are developed. Examples that illustrate the accuracy of the elements are given. A description on the use of the program and a Fortran IV listing are given in the appendixes.
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NTIS: PB 209 949; Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries
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