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Finite Element Methods with Programming and Ansys By Meung Kim
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The book introduces the finite element method (FEM) that is one of the most powerful numerical tools these days. FEM is the analysis tool in most of CAD/CAM systems and it is critical to understand... More > FEM for engineering design. It begins with underlying variational calculus and moves to variational/FEM formulations. It covers all basic procedures of assembly and solution procedures in several programming practices. Finally, it introduecs Ansys and Ansys WB software to apply FEM to advanced topics in various areas of engineering.< Less
The Finite Element Method for Thermal and Stress Analysis By Petr Krysl
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Linear thermal and stress analysis is covered, from the derivation of the initial boundary value problem to the formulation in a Matlab object-oriented toolkit (available from the author's website).
Beginning with Code_Aster. A practical introduction to finite element method using Code_Aster, Gmsh and Salome By Jean-Pierre Aubry
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In the crowd of Finite Element Software, Code_Aster ranks amongst the most powerful, but unlike it's sibling it comes under GNU GPL license. Beginning with Code_Aster intends to provide a step by... More > step approach to ease the learning curve. This book focuses on practical solutions: how to put the problem, how to solve it and how to interpret the results. It is dedicated to mechanical problems, static, linear and non linear, including contact and friction. Together with modal and buckling analysis. With beams, rods, cables, plates and 3D solid models. As far as pre and post-processing are concerned Gmsh and Salome are introduced. If this book is primarily intended for the beginner, the experienced user may find some useful hints, here or there, throughout the chapters.< Less
Finite Element Modeling with Abaqus and Matlab for Thermal and Stress Analysis By Petr Krysl
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The textbook explains the basics of linear thermal and stress analysis of solids with the finite element method. The textbook is available in hard copy and as a PDF. Many additional resources (more... More > than 20 .cae files, hundreds of pages of screen-capture step-by-step tutorials, and several Matlab scripts and functions) are linked from the electronic text.< Less
Dynamic Beam Analysis by FEM By Roberto Bernetti
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The analysis of beam dynamics is described using the Mixed Finite Element approach. Both stationary and variational description of the numerical method are addressed. Examples are presented using... More > Free Software numerical math packages like Octave or Freemat to code the solutions. The script files are made available on-line to tinker with the powerful tools the methods makes available.< Less
Dynamic Beam Analysis by FEM By Roberto Bernetti
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The analysis of beam dynamics is described using the Mixed Finite Element approach. Both stationary and variational description of the numerical method are addressed. Examples are presented using... More > Free Software numerical math packages like Octave or Freemat to code the solutions. The script files are made available on-line to tinker with the powerful tools the methods makes available.< Less
Computation and Visualization of Geometric Partial Differential Equations By Christopher Tiee
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This is an extended version of my PhD thesis which extends the theory of finite element exterior calculus (FEEC) to parabolic evolution equations. In the extended version, I explore some more precise... More > visualizations of the defined quantities, as well as explain how the modern theory of functional analysis applies. In the main part, I extend the theory of approximating evolution equations in Euclidean space (using FEEC) to hypersurfaces. After these main results, I describe some possible extensions to nonlinear equations. A few appendices detail one of the original motivations for getting into this theory in the first place: canonical geometries given as steady state solutions and extremals of certain functionals.< Less
Modeling Transcutaneous Electrical Stimulation By Andreas Kuhn
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Transcutaneous electrical stimulation (TES) is a technique to artificially activate motor nerves and muscles by applying electrical current pulses to pairs of electrodes placed on the skin surface.... More > TES can be used for sports, fitness, rehabilitation, and restoration of lost motor functions, e.g. in subjects with brain or spinal cord lesions. In this thesis a versatile TES simulation framework (TES model) that calculates nerve activation using a finite element model combined with non-linear nerve models was developed. The aim of this model was to investigate new TES technologies and to better understand specific effects in TES. Nerve activation in the TES model was calculated either in nerve bundles or by using activation volumes which describe whole regions where nerves are activated. Computer graphics methods were applied to the activation volumes in order to introduce measures to estimate the activation depth and the selectivity.< Less