Identifies the basic concepts of the general element method and performs the given tasks under supervision. Controls the basic use of FEM software.
Is able to utilize the theory of the element method in FEM calculation and performs dynamic and nonlinear analyzes independently with FEM software. Can evaluate the results of calculations.
Understands the structure of general element method theory. Can use FEM software creatively, finding different ways of working.
Mikko Ukonaho
Material in Moodle
J.N. Reddy: An Introduction to Finite Element Method
https://andor.tuni.fi/permalink/358FIN_TAMPO/176jdvt/cdi_mcgrawhill_accessengineeringlibrary_scn00100358
Lähiopetus
Oppimistehtävät
Kotitehtävät (not translated)
Finnish
English
01.08.2022 - 15.12.2022
02.07.2022 - 11.09.2022
5 cr
19I111
Konetekniikka Virtuaalihenkilö, Mikko Ukonaho, Harri Laaksonen
Mechanical Engineering
Degree Programme in Mechanical Engineering
TAMK Main Campus
3 cr
0-5
Exam is replaced with homework assignments
Lecture topics:
Mathematical preliminaries and classical variational methods. 1D- and 2D-interpolation. Numeriacal interpolation. 2D- and 3D solid elements.
Computer exercises:
Course includes three learning assignments. Assingments are done and reported in groups of two. Reports are graded with points. Maximum amount of points from assinments is 3x10=30 point. To pass the course minimum of 10 points is required from the assingments.
Homework:
Homework assignments are graded with points. Maximum amount of points from assinments is 5x5=25 point. To pass the course minimum of 10 points is required from the homework assingments.