FEM Syllabus

FEM Syllabus - University of North Florida College of Computing Engineering and Construction EML 4500 Finite Element Modeling and Analysis Course

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University of North Florida College of Computing Engineering and Construction EML 4500: Finite Element Modeling and Analysis Course Number: EML 4500 Course Name: Finite Element Modeling and Analysis Course Credit Hours: 3 Course Pre-requisites: EGN 3331 (Mechanics of Materials) EGN 3203 (Modern Computational Methods) Course Co-requisites: Meeting Time: Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday 50/3124 10:50AM – 12:30PM Course Website: www.unf.edu/~aschonni Website will be used extensively for posting announcements, handouts, homework, solutions and more. E-mail: Announcements may be sent to your UNF registered e-mail address during the semester. If you prefer another e-mail address, make sure to either change it with the University or have your e-mails forwarded to your preferred e-mail account. Instructor: Alexandra Schonning, Ph.D. Office: Building 50, Room 3114 Telephone: 904.620.2357 Email: [email protected] Website: www.unf.edu/~aschonni Office Hours: Tuesdays and Thursdays 9.00AM – 10.30AM and by appointments
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This note was uploaded on 07/10/2011 for the course EML 4500 taught by Professor Schonning during the Spring '11 term at UNF.

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FEM Syllabus - University of North Florida College of Computing Engineering and Construction EML 4500 Finite Element Modeling and Analysis Course

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