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## Lecture Details :

Finite Element Analysis by Dr. B.N. RAO, Department of Civil Engineering, IIT Madras. For more details on NPTEL visit http://nptel.iitm.ac.in

## Course Description :

Approximate solution of boundary value problems-Methods of weighted residuals, Approximate solution using variational method, Modified Galerkin method, Boundary conditions and general comments - Basic finite element concepts-Basic ideas in a finite element solution, General finite element solution procedure, Finite element equations using modified Galerkin method, Application: Axial deformation of bars, Axial spring element - Analysis of trusses-Two dimensional truss element, Three dimensional space truss element, Stresses due to lack of fit and temperature changes - Beam bending-Governing differential equation for beam bending, Two node beam element, Exact solution for uniform beams subjected to distributed loads using superposition, Calculation of stresses in beams, Thermal stresses in beams - Analysis of structural frames-Plane frame element, Thermal stresses in frames, Three dimensional space frame element - General one dimensional boundary value problem and its applications-One dimensional heat flow, Fluid flow between flat plates-Lubrication Problem, Column buckling - Higher order elements for one dimensional problems-Shape functions for second order problems, Isoparametric mapping concept, Quadratic isoparametric element for general one dimensional boundary value problem, One dimensional numerical integration, Application: Heat conduction through a thin film - Two dimensional boundary value problems using triangular elements, Equivalent functional for general 2D BVP, A triangular element for general 2D BVP, Numerical examples

Isoparametric quadrilateral elements-Shape functions for rectangular elements, Isoparametric mapping for quadrilateral elements, Numerical integration for quadrilateral elements, Four node quadrilateral element for 2D BVP, Eight node serendipity element for 2D BVP - Isoparametric triangular elements-Natural (or Area) coordinates for triangles, Shape functions for triangular elements, Natural coordinate mapping for triangles, Numerical integration for triangles, Six node triangular element for general 2D BVP - Numerical integration-Newton-Cotes rules, Trapezium rule, Simpson’s rule, Error term, Gauss-Legendre rules, Changing limits of integration, Gauss-Leguerre rule, Multiple integrals, Numerical integration for quadrilateral elements, Numerical integration for triangular elements - Applications based on general two dimensional boundary value problem-Ideal fluid flow around an irregular object, Two dimensional steady state heat flow, Torsion of prismatic bars - Two dimensional elasticity-Governing differential equations, Constant strain triangular element, Four node quadrilateral element, Eight node isoparametric element - Axisymmetric elasticity problems-Governing equations for axisymmetric elasticity, Axisymmetric linear triangular element, Axisymmetric four node isoparametric element - Three dimensional elasticity-Governing differential equations, Four node tetrahedral element, Eight node hexahedral (brick) element, Twenty node isoparametric solid element, Prestressing, initial strains and thermal effects

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