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      Applied FEM II G2F

      Course, Bachelor's (1st cycle), 6 credits, MT510G

      Application

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      Autumn 2020
      Location: Campus (Skövde), Pace: 50%

      Application

      Application is done after nomination.

      Course syllabus, with reading list

      When? Where? How?

      Study period: 23 november 2020 - 17 january 2021
      Location: Skövde, Campus
      Pace of study: 50%

      Admission Requirements

      Prerequisite courses for this course are: passed MT345G-Strength of Materials II G1F and MT347G-Strength of Materials III G1F and passed MT346G-Applied FEM I G1F and MT351G-Mechanics IV G1F and MT348G-Engineering Project II: Machine G1F (or the equivalent).

      Selection

      Guaranteed admission.

      Language

      The courses are conducted in English.

      The course focuses on the practical application of the finite element method (FEM) and, to a large extent, omits the underlying theory. Students perform stress analyzes, buckling analyzes and modal analyzes using commercial FE software. FE analyzes are performed with the element types: two- and three-dimensional solid elements, beam elements, and shell elements, where applications and capabilities of these element types are discussed. The course deals with nonlinear FE analysis of the types: plasticity problems, contact analysis and nonlinear geometry analyzes. Error sources such as discretization errors, modeling errors and convergence problems are addressed.

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      Published: 1/30/2020
      Edited: 1/30/2020
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