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Finite Element Method for Solids and Structures

A Concise Approach

Authors

Sung W. Lee, University of Maryland, College Park, Peter W. Chung, University of Maryland, College Park

Description

This innovative approach to teaching the finite element method blends theoretical, textbook-based learning with practical application using online and video resources. This hybrid teaching package features computational software such as MATLAB®, and tutorials presenting software applications such as PTC Creo Parametric, ANSYS APDL, ANSYS Workbench and SolidWorks, complete with detailed annotations and instructions so students can confidently develop hands-on experience. Suitable for senior undergraduate and graduate level classes, students will transition seamlessly between mathematical models and practical commercial software problems,…

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Key features

  • Balances textbook-based theory of the finite element method with in-depth exercises in code implementation and software-based analysis online to prepare students for the workplace
  • Beginning with fundamentals, such as the governing equations for simple structural systems, guides students to understanding how mathematics can be applied to the development of finite element formulations
  • MATLAB® program files provided online for many sample exercise problems, helping students to understand the finite element method without having to code from scratch
  • Tutorial videos with detailed annotations and instructions provide students with self-guided learning using commercial software packages, empowering them to perform sophisticated analyses and build practical experience using industry-accepted tools

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