Finite Element Method

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ISBN:

9780198073901

Publication date:

29/06/2015

Paperback

632 pages

241.0x159.0mm

Price: 850.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198073901

Publication date:

29/06/2015

Paperback

632 pages

241.0x159.0mm

First Edition

R. Dhanraj & K. Prabhakaran Nair

Finite Element Method is designed as a textbook for the undergraduate mechanical and civil engineering students illustrating solutions to a wide variety of engineering problems involving structural mechanics and fundamental heat transfer.

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First Edition

R. Dhanraj & K. Prabhakaran Nair

Description

Finite Element Method is designed as a textbook for the undergraduate mechanical and civil engineering students illustrating solutions to a wide variety of engineering problems involving structural mechanics and fundamental heat transfer. The book begins with an introductory chapter on the finite element methods, and provides a solid foundation to the subject, in subsequent chapters, by addressing 1D, 2D, truss, beam and frame, and isoparametric elements, and discussing applications to scalar problems and dynamic and stability analysis. It then discusses applications of finite element methods to structural mechanics and 1D and 2D heat flow. It also explores the recent trends in the subject such as meshless methods, material non-linearity, and contact problems.

First Edition

R. Dhanraj & K. Prabhakaran Nair

Table of contents

Chapter 1.Introduction Chapter 2. Finite Element Formulation Chapter 3. One-dimensional Element Chapter 4. Truss, Beam, and Frame Elements Chapter 5. Two-dimensional Elements Chapter 6. Isoparametric Elements Chapter 7. FEM Application to Scalar Problems Chapter 8. Dynamics and Stability Analysis Chapter 9. Applications to Other Topics

First Edition

R. Dhanraj & K. Prabhakaran Nair

Features

• Provides an understanding of the simplicity and advantage of using finite element method over other approximation methods. • Compares finite element method and conventional method for problems in 1D structural mechanics and heat transfer. • Follows the model of pre-processing, processing, and post-processing in solving example problems, which is very similar to a typical finite element software package. • Includes determination of buckling load of columns using finite element method • Contains over 70 example problems, 100 exercises and a separate set of example problems solved through ANSYS in all relevant chapters. Online resources: For Faculty: • Solutions manual • PowerPoint Slides For Students: • 'C' source codes for example problems in the book.

First Edition

R. Dhanraj & K. Prabhakaran Nair

First Edition

R. Dhanraj & K. Prabhakaran Nair

Description

Finite Element Method is designed as a textbook for the undergraduate mechanical and civil engineering students illustrating solutions to a wide variety of engineering problems involving structural mechanics and fundamental heat transfer. The book begins with an introductory chapter on the finite element methods, and provides a solid foundation to the subject, in subsequent chapters, by addressing 1D, 2D, truss, beam and frame, and isoparametric elements, and discussing applications to scalar problems and dynamic and stability analysis. It then discusses applications of finite element methods to structural mechanics and 1D and 2D heat flow. It also explores the recent trends in the subject such as meshless methods, material non-linearity, and contact problems.

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Table of contents

Chapter 1.Introduction Chapter 2. Finite Element Formulation Chapter 3. One-dimensional Element Chapter 4. Truss, Beam, and Frame Elements Chapter 5. Two-dimensional Elements Chapter 6. Isoparametric Elements Chapter 7. FEM Application to Scalar Problems Chapter 8. Dynamics and Stability Analysis Chapter 9. Applications to Other Topics

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