The lecture notes on this page were written by the teaching assistant, Seounghyun Ham, typed by Chang-Yoon Park, and proofread by Seounghyun Ham and Daniel J. Payen.
SES # | TOPICS | NOTES |
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1 | Introduction: why to study FEA | (PDF - 7.3MB) |
2 | The finite element analysis process | (PDF) |
3 | Analysis of solids/structures and fluids | (PDF) |
4 | The principle of virtual work | (PDF) |
5 | The finite element formulation | (PDF) |
6 | Finite element solution process | (PDF) |
7 | Finite element solution process, cont’d | (PDF) |
8 | Demonstration on using ADINA, part 1 | none |
9 | Demonstration on using ADINA, part 2 | none |
10 | Nonlinear finite element analysis of solids and structures | (PDF) |
11 | Heat transfer analysis | (PDF) |
12 | Finite element analysis of heat transfer and incompressible fluid flow | (PDF) |
13 | Physical explanation of Gauss elimination | (PDF) |
14 | Exam 1 | none |
15 | Solution of dynamic equilibrium equations | (PDF) |
16 | Solution of dynamic equilibrium equations, cont’d | (PDF) |
17 | Demonstration on finite element methods in ADINA; focus on student projects | none |
18 | Modeling for dynamic analysis and solution | (PDF) |
19 | Modeling for dynamic analysis and solution, cont’d | (PDF) |
20 | Wave propagation response | (PDF) |
21 | Solution of the generalized eigenvalue problem | (PDF) |
22 | Exam 2 | none |
23 | Solution of Kφ = λMφ | (PDF) |
24 | Wrap up, review | none |
25 | Wrap up, review, cont’d | none |