CZECH TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY IN PRAGUE
STUDY PLANS
2024/2025

# Finite Element Method 0

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Code Completion Credits Range Language
2111059 Z,ZK 4 1P+3C+0L Czech
Garant předmětu:
Miroslav Španiel
Lecturer:
Jiří Kuželka, Miroslav Španiel
Tutor:
Jiří Kuželka, Miroslav Španiel
Supervisor:
Department of Mechanics, Biomechanics and Mechatronics
Synopsis:

The aim of the Bachelor course is to introduce students

1) the basic principles of FEM just based on structural mechanics (bar system and frames) without calculus of variations, to explain the properties of the strain variants of solving problems of elasticity

2) with geometric abstractions in the FEM, respectively according to the dimensionality of space (1D, flat, rotationally symmetrical and spatial tasks) and according to the dimensionality of bodies (rod / beam, shell and solid models)

3) solving processes (static, stationary and dynamic tasks)

4) modeling boundary conditions

5) contexts of models (design, control)

6) principles of model creation

7) exercises in basic skills in the creation of the FEM model by creating geometry through networking and boundary conditions to the evaluation of the results from 3 to 5 examples

Requirements:
Syllabus of lectures:

1) the basic principles of FEM just based on structural mechanics (bar system and frames) without calculus of variations, to explain the properties of the strain variants of solving problems of elasticity

2) with geometric abstractions in the FEM, respectively according to the dimensionality of space (1D, flat, rotationally symmetrical and spatial tasks) and according to the dimensionality of bodies (rod / beam, shell and solid models)

3) solving processes (static, stationary and dynamic tasks)

4) modeling boundary conditions

5) contexts of models (design, control)

6) principles of model creation

7) exercises in basic skills in the creation of the FEM model by creating geometry through networking and boundary conditions to the evaluation of the results from 3 to 5 examples

Syllabus of tutorials:

1) the basic principles of FEM just based on structural mechanics (bar system and frames) without calculus of variations, to explain the properties of the strain variants of solving problems of elasticity

2) with geometric abstractions in the FEM, respectively according to the dimensionality of space (1D, flat, rotationally symmetrical and spatial tasks) and according to the dimensionality of bodies (rod / beam, shell and solid models)

3) solving processes (static, stationary and dynamic tasks)

4) modeling boundary conditions

5) contexts of models (design, control)

6) principles of model creation

7) exercises in basic skills in the creation of the FEM model by creating geometry through networking and boundary conditions to the evaluation of the results from 3 to 5 examples

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