Building Better Products with Finite Element Analysis

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OnWord Press, 1999 - Computers - 587 pages
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Building Better Products with FEA offers a practical yet comprehensive study of finite element analysis by reviewing the basics of design analysis from an engineering perspective. The authors provide guidelines for specific design issues, including common encounter problems such as setting boundaries and contact points between parts, sheet metal weldments, and plastic components. The book also presents a compilation of data invaluable to the beginning as well as the experienced design analyst.

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A very technically challenging book but one that encompasses all the aspects of design using FEA. I am still working my way through it - and it is providing good guidance on how to use FEA intelligently.

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I read this book and really loved it. It should be called fea for dummies. Although a little dated, I found that it really covers the basics in a way I could understand.

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