Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering
The book provides an integrated approach to finite elements, combining theory, a variety of examples and exercise problems from engineering applications, and the implementation of the theory in complete self-contained computer programs. It serves as a textbook for senior undergraduate and first-year graduate students and also as a learning resource for practicing engineers. Problem formulation and modeling are stressed in the book. The student will learn the theory and use it to solve a variety of engineering problems. Features of the Second Edition: new material is added in the areas of orthotropic materials, conjugate gradient method, three dimensional frames, frontal method, Guyan reduction, and contour plotting for quadrilaterals; temperature effect and multipoint constraint considerations have been introduced for stress analysis in solids, and implemented in the computer programs; all the previous computer programs have been revised and several new ones are added; a disk with QUICKBASIC source code programs is provided; FORTRAN, and C versions for Chapters 2 through 11 are also included; and example data files are included.
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Excellent book for engineers the newbies and the experts to have a feeling about the Finite Elements and be able to create and recreate own programs and routines.
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If you want to learn the basics of FEM, take this book. First half of the book is an excellent introduction to FEM. It explains nicely even the mathematical background, so you can basically "plug and ...
MATRIX ALGEBRA AND GAUSSIAN ELIMINATION
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