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Course Code MEC423 Course Category Course Title FINITE ELEMENT METHODS Courses with numerical and conceptual focus Course Planner 15886::Manjeet Singh Virk Lectures 2.0 Tutorials Practicals Credits 2.0 0.0 3.0

TextBooks Sr No T-1 Title Fundamentals of Finite Element Analysis Reference Books Sr No R-1 Title The Finite Element Method for Engineers Author Kenneth H Huebner, Donald L Dewhirst, Douglas E Smith, Ted G Byrom R.Chandrupatla S S Bhavikatti, Edition 4th Year Publisher Name Wiley Author David V. Hutton Edition 1st Year 2005 Publisher Name McGraw-Hill Higher Education

R-2 R-3 R-4 Other Reading Sr No OR-1 OR-2 OR-3 OR-4 OR-5

Introduction to Finite Element in Engineering Finite element analysis

3rd 2nd 3rd

Pearson New Age international ltd,India Tata McGraw Hill

An Introduction to the Finite Element J N Reddy Methods

Journals articles as Compulsary reading (specific articles, complete reference) Finite Elements in Analysis and Design - Journal - Elsevier , Oliver J. Continuum modelling of strong discontinuities in solid mechanics using damage models. Computational Mechanics 1995; 17:49-61. , Erdogan F, Sih G. On the crack extension in plates under plane loading and transverse shear. Journal of Basic Engineering 1963; 85:519 -527. , Yau J, Wang S, Corten H. A mixed-mode crack analysis of isotropic solids using conservation laws of elasticity. Journal of Applied Mechanics 1980; 47:335-341. , Benzley S. Representation of singularities with isoparametric nite elements. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering 1974; 8:537-545 ,

Relevant Websites Sr No RW-1 (Web address) (only if relevant to the course) www.nptel.iitm.ac.in Salient Features Good quality FEM lectures in web and video form, delivered by IIT Professor is available here.

2 Historical Background of FEM Lecture 2 Introduction(Assembling the parts) T-1:3. software and Virtual Labs OR-5 RW-1 SW-1 OR-2 RW-1 SW-1 OR-1 RW-1 SW-1 How to assemble stiffness matrix Learning Outcomes Pedagogical Tool Demonstration/ Case Study / Images / animation / ppt etc.4 OR-4 RW-1 SW-1 How to model continuum in FEM A Variational Interpretation (Methods of solving continuum problems: Variational approach) Lecture 4 A Variational Interpretation(The finite element method) T-1:2.5 Variational formulation of Continuum T-1:2. history Ppt showing and application of FEM application of FEM in various fields Introduction. Lecture Description Relevant Websites.Software/Equipments/Databases Sr No SW-1 (S/E/D) (only if relevant to the course) ANSYS Salient Features Computational problem solving LTP week distribution: (LTP Weeks) Weeks before MTE Weeks After MTE Spill Over 7 7 2 Detailed Plan For Lectures Week Number Lecture Number Broad Topic(Sub Topic) Chapters/Sections of Text/reference books Other Readings.1 1. Planned Week 1 Lecture 1 Introduction(The Direct approach: Defining element and there properties) Introduction(What is the FEM and How FEM works) T-1:2.2 2. history and application of FEM Variational Interpretation approach and its application in FEM Variational Interpretation approach and its application in FEM Variational Interpretation approach and its application in FEM Ppt showing application of variational interception in FEM T-1:1.3 Introduction. history Video showing and application of FEM assembly of various parts on ANSYS Introduction.2 T-1:2.3. history Ppt showing history and application of FEM and application of FEM in various fields Introduction.5 Application of FEM using variational form .4 How to assemble stiffness matrix and Direct Stiffness Method Various Solution Techniques Introduction(Solver technology) Week 2 Lecture 3 A Variational Interpretation (Continuum problems) T-1:1. Audio Visual Aids.

natural coordinates Various Elements and Interpolation Functions used in FEM Week 6 Lecture 11 T-1:6.2 OR-3 RW-1 SW-1 Basic Elements shapes and common 1D 2D 3D elements Polynomial Shape functions Elements and Interpolation Functions(Generalized coordinates and order of polynomial) Lecture 9 Elements and Interpolation Functions(Terminology and preliminary considerations) Elements and Interpolation Functions continue(Interpolation concept in 1D and 2D elements) T-1:6.5 Quiz.5 General equilibrium equations Week 5 Lecture 10 Elements and Interpolation Functions(Basic Element shapes) T-1:6.Test 1 Two dimensional heat conduction A Generalized Interpretation (Boundary conditions) T-1:5.3 Time dependent heat conduction Week 4 Lecture 7 Lecture 8 A Generalized Interpretation(Two dimensional heat conduction) T-1:5. Interpolation Functions element.2 FE equation formulation FE equation using Weighted Residual formulation using Weighted Method Residual FE equation Method formulation using FE equation Weighted Residual formulation using Method Weighted Residual Method 1D formulation Generalized Interpretation of one and two dimensional problems Generalized Interpretation of one and two dimensional problems Generalized Interpretation of one and two dimensional problems Generalized Interpretation of one and two dimensional problems Generalized Interpretation of one and two dimensional problems Various Elements and Ppt showing various Interpolation Functions shapes of element used in FEM Various Elements and Interpolation Functions used in FEM A Generalized Interpretation(One dimensional Poisson equation) T-1:5.3 .Week 2 Lecture 4 A Variational Interpretation(The Ritz Method) T-1:2. exterior used in FEM nodes General coordinates.1 Basic terminology of Various Elements and elements like node.5 Boundary conditions A Generalized Interpretation (Equilibrium conditions) T-1:5.interior.5 Solutio of Differentialequations using Ritz method Variational Interpretation approach and its application in FEM Week 3 Lecture 5 A Generalized Interpretation (Driving FE equations from Method of Weighted Residual) T-1:5.3 Lecture 6 A Generalized Interpretation(Time dependent heat conduction) T-1:5.3 T-1:6.

2 RW-1 SW-1 Application to 1D heat conduction .6 T-1:6.4 Application to 2D heat conduction Heat transfer Problems (Conduction) T-1:7.2 4. 6.Test 2 T-1:9.2 Lecture 20 Week 11 Lecture 21 Heat transfer Problems continue (Two dimension heat conduction) T-1:7.8 .4 Lecture 18 Elasticity Problems continue (Application plane Beams and plane frames) Elasticity Problems continue (Application plane beams) T-1:4.3 3.6 General formulation for three dimensional problems strain displacement relations Application to 3D problems Application to plane beam Application to plane beam Application to axisymmetric stress analysis Overview of structural dynamics Quiz.6 Application to Plane truss OR-3 RW-1 SW-1 Application to plane stress and plane strain Analysis and generalization of Elasticity Problems Analysis and generalization of Elasticity Problems Analysis and generalization of Elasticity Problems Analysis and generalization of Elasticity Problems Analysis and generalization of Elasticity Problems Analysis and generalization of Elasticity Problems Analysis and generalization of Elasticity Problems Analysis and generalization of Elasticity Problems Analysis and generalization of Elasticity Problems Analysis and generalization Heat transfer and fluid mechanics Problem Analysis and generalization Heat transfer and fluid mechanics Problems Ppt showing temperature distribution in 2D heat transfer problem Ppt showing conduction problem and temperature distribution in a rod Ppt showing Application to Plane truss Ppt showing Application to plane stress and plane strain Lecture 16 T-1:9.9 T-1:10.3 Week 9 Lecture 17 Elasticity Problems(General formulation for three dimensional problems) Elasticity Problems(strain displacement relations) Elasticity Problems continue(3D problems) T-1:9.Week 6 Lecture 12 Elements and Interpolation Functions continue(Natural coordinates) Elements and Interpolation Functions continue(Isoparametric elements for C0 problems) Elements and Interpolation Functions continue(Numerical integration) T-1:6.9 Spill Over Week 7 Lecture 13 C0 continuity and Natural coordinates Numerical Integration gauss qudrature Various Elements and Interpolation Functions used in FEM Various Elements and Interpolation Functions used in FEM Lecture 14 T-1:6.5 4.10 MID-TERM Week 8 Lecture 15 Elasticity Problems(Application to Plane truss) Elasticity Problems(Application to plane stress and plane strain) T-1:3.3 T-1:9.2 9.9 Week 10 Lecture 19 Elasticity Problems continue (Application to axisymmetric stress analysis) Elasticity Problems continue (Introduction to structural dynamics) T-1:6.

5 T-1:10.Test 2 Individual step wise evaluation of each question 9 / 10 .1 T-1:10.3 T-1:10.2 Application to fluid flow Analysis and generalization Heat transfer and fluid mechanics Problem Quiz.Test 1 To develop Introduction. Objective Topic of the Academic Task Nature of Academic Task (group/individuals/field work Individual Evaluation Mode Allottment / submission Week 3/4 Quiz.4 Various measures of Error analysis and error and ill conditioning related concept in FEM Convergence Error analysis and related concept in FEM SPILL OVER Week 15 Lecture 29 Lecture 30 Spill Over Spill Over Scheme for CA: Component Quiz.Test Frequency 2 Total :Out Of 3 Each Marks Total Marks 10 10 20 20 Details of Academic Task(s) AT No.2 Application for solving conduction problems Analysis and generalization Heat transfer and fluid mechanics Problem Ppt showing fluid flow problem Week 12 Lecture 23 T-1:8.Week 11 Lecture 22 Heat transfer Problems continue (application for solving conduction problems) Fluid Mechanics Problems (Inviscid incompressible flow) T-1:7.Test 3 Qualitative errors estimation Quantitative errors estimation Error analysis and related concept in FEM Error analysis and related concept in FEM Lecture 24 Week 13 Lecture 25 Lecture 26 Week 14 Lecture 27 Lecture 28 Finite Element Error Analysis (Accuracy of solution) Finite Element Error Analysis (Approximation of error) Finite Element Error Analysis (Various measure of errors) Finite Element Error Analysis (Convergence of solution) T-1:10. Partly Generalized approach analytical abilities in students to solve FEM problems To develop Elastic problems analytical abilities in students to solve FEM problems step wise evaluation of each question Quiz. Variational approach.

problem solving test.business game etc) Tutorial 1 Tutorial 2 Tutorial 3 Tutorial 4 Tutorial 5 Tutorial 6 Tutorial 7 Tutorial 8 Tutorial 9 Tutorial 10 Tutorial 11 Tutorial 12 Tutorial 13 Tutorial 14 Problem on Continuum Problem on bars Problems on truss Problem on shape functions 1D Problem on shape functions 2D Problem on shape functions 1D in natural coordinates Problem on shape functions 2D in natural coordinates Problems on usage of Lagrange's Polynomial Problems on usage of Serendipity elements Problems on numerical integration Problems on Plane stress Problems on Plane strain Problems on 2D Structural mechanics Problems on Heat transfer Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving After Mid-Term Tutorial 15 Tutorial 16 Tutorial 17 Tutorial 18 Tutorial 19 Tutorial 20 Tutorial 21 Tutorial 22 Tutorial 23 Problems on 1D heat conduction Problems on 1D heat conduction with convection Problems on 2D heat conduction Problems on 2D heat conduction with convection Problems on fluid flow Problems on Inviscid fluid flow in 1D Problems on Inviscid fluid flow in 2D Problem on structural dynamics Problem on eigen value solution Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving .role play. Lecture Topic Type of pedagogical tool(s) planned (case analysis.Test 3 To develop Heat transfer.Quiz. Fluid flow analytical abilities in students to solve FEM problems Individual step wise evaluation of each question 11 / 12 Plan for Tutorial: (Please do not use these time slots for syllabus coverage) Tutorial No.

Tutorial 24 Tutorial 25 Tutorial 26 Tutorial 27 Tutorial 28 Problems on beam Problems on frame Problems on error Problems on ill conditioning Problems on convergence Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving Problem solving .

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