Code | MMP519 |

Name | Finite and Boundary Element Methods |

Status | Courses of Free Choice |

Level and type | Post-graduate Studies, Academic |

Field of study | Mechanics, Mechanical Engineering, Machine Building |

Faculty | |

Academic staff | Vladimirs Gonca |

Credit points | 4.0 (6.0 ECTS) |

Parts | 1 |

Annotation |
Finite element method. Approximations. Variation of the finite element method. Digitization. Element in the equation. Boundary conditions. Network generation. Settlement of the representation. Accuracy assessment. Time-varying problems. A computer program is continued. Two-dimensional problems. Eigenvalues problem. Boundary element method.. |

Goals and objectives of the course in terms of competences and skills |
The aim of the study course is to help students to acquire skills required to calculate and analyze the structures using the finite element method, taking into account the given requirements and criteria. The task - to assess the strength designed in the structure. |

Learning outcomes and assessment |
Students are able to analyze and write an approximation function transfers of any type of finite element. - Exam on the finite element choice. Students are able to analyze and solve environmental tasks applying the continuous finite element method. - Test and examination tasks: a flexible body calculations applying the finite element method. Students are able to analyze the stresses and strains of a structure using the finite element method with a computer program. - Coursework: a structural strength calculation of the finite element with the computer program help. |

Course prerequisites | Mechanics. Math. Resistance of materials. Numerical methods. Computer training. |

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