The Finite Element Technique: A Practical Course
Writer : Butter price Heinemann
Version : First
Pages : 361
PDF Measurement : 9 MbE book Description:
The Finite Element Technique: A Practical Course by G.R. Liu and S.S. Quek has change into an indispensable know-how for the modelling and simulation of engineering methods. Written for engineers and college students alike, the goal of the e-book is to offer the mandatory theories and methods of the FEM for readers to have the ability to use a industrial FEM bundle to resolve primarily linear issues in mechanical and civil engineering with the principle give attention to structural mechanics and warmth switch.
Basic theories are launched in a simple manner, and state-of-the-art methods for designing and analyzing engineering methods, together with micro structural methods are defined intimately. Case research are used to reveal these theories, strategies, methods and sensible purposes, and quite a few diagrams and tables are used all through.
The case research and examples use the industrial software program bundle ABACUS, however the methods defined are equally relevant for readers utilizing different purposes together with NASTRAN, ANSYS, MARC, and so forth.
Desk of contents:
1. Computational Modelling
2. Introduction to Mechanics for Solids and Buildings
3. Fundamentals for Finite Element Technique
4. FEM for Trusses
5. FEM for Beams
6. FEM for Frames
7. FEM for Two-Dimensional Solids
8. FEM for Plates and Shells
9. FEM for 3D Solids
10. Particular Function Components
11. Modelling Methods
12. FEM for Warmth Switch Issues
13. Utilizing ABAQUS