A verification procedure for MSC/NASTRAN finite element models
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, 1995 - Mathematics - 24 pages
Finite element models (FEMs) are used in the design and analysis of aircraft to mathematically describe the airframe structure for such diverse tasks as flutter analysis and actively controlled landing gear design. FEMs are used to model the entire airplane as well as airframe components. The purpose of this document is to describe recommended methods for verifying the quality of the FEMs and to specify a step-by-step procedure to implementing the methods.
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