Course: The Finite Element Method in Technical Practise

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Course title The Finite Element Method in Technical Practise
Course code KTT/D108
Organizational form of instruction Lecture
Level of course Doctoral
Year of study not specified
Semester Winter
Number of ECTS credits 0
Language of instruction Czech
Status of course Compulsory-optional
Form of instruction Face-to-face
Work placements Course does not contain work placement
Recommended optional programme components None
Lecturer(s)
  • Čapek Lukáš, doc. Ing. Ph.D.
Course content
- Definition of strain and stress tensor. - Equation of continuity and Cauchy equation. - Elastic behaviour of materials - constitutive equations. - The base principle of finite element method. Variational or weak solution? - Boundary conditions. - Discretization and mesh building. - 1D demonstrative example. - 2D demonstrative example. - 3D demonstrative example.

Learning activities and teaching methods
Self-study (text study, reading, problematic tasks, practical tasks, experiments, research, written assignments), Independent creative and artistic activities, Individual consultation, Seminár
Learning outcomes
The scope of this subject is mainly focused on application of finite element method. The aim is to extend students´ knowledge in postgraduate study in the field of structures modelling. In nowadays daily practise, this approach is irreplaceable and is widely used in industry allover. The accent will be on interpretation of results and their use in industrial practise.
The student will acquire detailed knowledge of the subject in the area according to the approval of the Branch Board
Prerequisites
unspecified

Assessment methods and criteria
Oral exam

oral examination before a committee appointed by the Dean. Written work in the recommended range of 20 pages.
Recommended literature
  • FUSEK, M., HALAMA R. MKP a MHP. [elektronická skripta], 2011.
  • ŠPANIEL M. Úvod do metody konečných prvků.. ČVUT, 2011. ISBN 800-1046656.
  • ZIENKIEWITZ, O.C. The Finite Element Method. Oxfortd: Butterworth and Heimann, 2000. ISBN 978-0750650557.


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