What Every Engineer Should Know about Finite Element Analysis, Second Edition,
CRC Press, May 5, 1993 - Technology & Engineering - 344 pages
Summarizing the history and basic concepts of finite elements in a manner easily understood by all engineers, this concise reference describes specific finite element software applications to structural, thermal, electromagnetic and fluid analysis - detailing the latest developments in design optimization, finite element model building and results processing and future trends.;Requiring no previous knowledge of finite elements analysis, the Second Edition provides new material on: p elements; iterative solvers; design optimization; dynamic open boundary finite elements; electric circuits coupled to finite elements; anisotropic and complex materials; electromagnetic eigenvalues; and automated pre- and post-processing software.;Containing more than 120 tables and computer-drawn illustrations - and including two full-colour plates - What Every Engineer Should Know About Finite Element Analysis should be of use to engineers, engineering students and other professionals involved with product design or analysis.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
ZeroDimensional Spring Element
Structural Analysis Programs
Examples of Electromagnetic Analysis
Results and Verification
Analysis vs Design Optimization
Other editions - View all
algorithms analyzed applied load axial axis axisymmetric boundary conditions Brauer buckling calculated Chapter circuit coefficient constraints contours convection coordinate system curve cyclic symmetry defined deformed density design sensitivity design variables device direction displacement eigenvalue eigenvectors elastic elastic modulus electric field electromagnetic energy Engineer Should Know example excitation finite element analysis finite element method finite element model finite element programs flow fluid flux line force frequency function geometry grid points heat flux input isotropic iteration linear MacNeal-Schwendler magnetic field magnetostatic material properties mesh mode motor MSC/NASTRAN obtained permittivity plane plot Poisson's equation potential problems processor quadrilateral radiation rotational rotor scalar point shear shown in Figure shows solid modeling solution solve specified static steel stiffness matrix stress structural analysis surface elements symmetry techniques temperature thermal analysis thermal conductivity three-dimensional torque transient analysis truss two-dimensional vector voltage wire zero