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Coordinate transformation matrices for Component Mode Synthesis problems.
[t] = fe_coor(cp) [t,nc] = fe_coor(cp,opt)
The different uses of fe_coor are selected by the use of options given in the argument opt which contains [type method] (with the default values [1 3]).
|type=1||(default) the output t is a basis for the kernel of the constraints cp|
NC≤ NS is the number of independent constraints.
|type=2||the output argument t gives a basis of vectors linked to unit outputs followed by a basis for the kernel|
If NC<NS such a matrix cannot be constructed and an error occurs.
|method||the kernel can be computed using: 1 a singular value decomposition svd (default) or 3 a lu decomposition. The lu has lowest computational cost. The svd is most robust to numerical conditioning problems.|
fe_coor is used to solve problems of the general form
which are often found in CMS problems (see section 6.2.6 and ).
To eliminate the constraint, one determines a basis T for the kernel of [cint] and projects the model
Section 7.14, fe_c, the d_cms demo