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Introduction to Pre and Post-Process
1.1 Typical structure of the Finite Element programs
1.2 Finite element generation, calculation and analysis of a typi-
Types of finite elements
2.1 Introduction
2.2 2D bar/truss elements
2.4 2D beam elements
2.5 Plane stress elements
2.6 Plane strain elements
2.7 Shell elements
2.8 Suggested problems
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Direct generation
3.3 Solid Modeling
3.4 Assessment of the mesh quality
3.4.1 Connectivity
3.5 Techniques to Import Models and Geometries
3.5.1 Import Geometry
3.6 Suggested Problems
Boundary conditions
4.1 Introduction
4.2 Loads
4.3 Constrain DOF of FE model
4.3.1 Constrained displacements and rotations
4.3.2 Symmetry Conditions
4.3.3 Antisymmetry Conditions
4.4 Superposition
4.5 Structural analysis with temperature change
4.6 Loadcases
4.7 Proposed Problems
Linear elastic material models
5.1 Introduction
5.2 One-dimensional elastic properties
5.3 Bi-dimensional and Three-dimensional elastic properties
5.3.1 Isotropic material
5.3.2 Orthotropic material
5.3.3 Anisotropic material
5.4 Element coordinate system
5.5 Suggested Problems
6.1 Introduction
6.2 General postprocessing
6.3 Time-history postprocessing
6.4 Result analysis of combined stresses or strains
6.4.1 Combined strain
6.4.2 Combined stress
6.5 Assessment of the mesh and results quality
6.5.1 Energy norm to estimate the error of the elements
6.6 Suggested problems
7.1 Coupling and constrain equations. Introductory concepts
7.1.1 Coupled DOF sets
7.1.2 Constraint equations of DOF
7.2 Submodeling
7.2.1 The global model
7.2.2 The submodel
7.2.3 Submodelling procedure
7.3 Proposed Problems
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Geometric nonlinear behaviour due to large displacements
8.3 Buckling analysis
8.3.1 Eigenvalue buckling analysis
8.3.2 Nonlinear buckling analysis
8.4 Proposed problems
Material nonlinearity
9.1 Introduction
9.2 Plasticity
9.2.1 Bilinear Kinematic Plasticity
9.2.2 Multiple-point Isotropic Plasticity
9.3 Two parameter Mooney-Rivlin Hyperelastic
9.4 Proposed Problems
10.1 Introduction
10.2 Frictional Contact
10.4 Proposed Problems
11.1 Introduction
11.2 Heat transfer mechanisms
11.2.1 Heat conduction
11.2.2 Convection
11.2.3 Radiation
11.3 Thermal transient analysis
11.4 Proposed Problems
12.1 Proposed Problems
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Published by: JLuis Espinosa-Méndez on Apr 19, 2012
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