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The Newmark-beta method is a method of numerical integration used to solve differential equations. It is widely used in numerical evaluation of the dynamic response of structures and solids such as in finite element analysis to model dynamic systems. The method is named after Nathan M. Newmark [1], former Professor of Civil Engineering at the University of Illinois, who developed it in 1959 for use in Structural dynamics. Recalling the continuous-time equation of motion, Using the extended mean value theorem, The Newmark-β method states that the first time derivative (velocity in the equation of motion) can be solved as, where therefore Because acceleration also varies with time, however, the extended mean value theorem must also be extended to the second time derivative to obtain the correct displacement. Thus, where again Newmark showed that a reasonable value of γ is 0.5, therefore the update rules are, Setting β to various values between 0 and 1 can give a wide range of results. Typically β = 1/4, which yields the constant average acceleration method, is used. References ^ Newmark, N. M. (1959) A method of computation for structural dynamics. Journal of Engineering Mechanics, ASCE, 85 (EM3) 67-94. v · d · eNumerical integration First order methods Euler method · Backward Euler · Semi-implicit Euler · Exponential Euler Second order methods Verlet integration · Velocity Verlet · Crank–Nicolson method · Beeman's algorithm · Midpoint method · Heun's method · Newmark-beta method · Leapfrog integration Higher order methods Runge–Kutta methods · List of Runge–Kutta methods · Linear multistep method