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Interesting problem

Valued Contributor II

About 3 years ago I was playing with a program that does Stability Functions for structural analysis.  I know I posted to this forum about this program called Borr. As part of the work I was looking at a shell element by Felippa.  A great element -- anyway, someone has stumbled across the posting and is asking me about the posting - very specific questions -- I cannot find the posting searching through all my posts, by searching on shell, SM3 and Felippa.  

I  need a holiday - I cannot find this or the ODE Solver 



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Black Belt

Hmm, in your post above you have "by searching on shell, SM3 and Felippa"

Google search on: shell SM3 Felippa

yields no match (yet the text is clearly on this site)

Google search on: SM3 Felippa

yields no match

Google search on:Felippa

finds 4 matches, one of which is this thread.

One of the hits has:

This contains some code in #1 from Berkeley from Powell's group (thread posting by you 12/1/2015). I do not know if that is what you are looking for.

Another link:, post #9 from you has

"I agree - step 1 is complete, and Professor Felippa - code author just sent me the original Fortran - so I can move to Step 2."

Apparently you have the original Felippa code somewhere, as to if this equates to the Intel code I cannot say. In that thread on #17 you uploaded Would that have the file you are looking for? There are other items listed in that post. You may want to revisit that thread.

Jim Demspey






Valued Contributor II

Thank you -- I really appreciate the help.

Black Belt

This may lead you to someone that can help:

When there, click on hyperlink Feap on left side of page column of links. He is a professor with similar interests.

Jim Dempsey