MuliphysicsClassSyl-Spring2009 - MECH 7970-009...

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MECH 7970-009 – Multi-Physics Modeling – Spring 2009 – MWF 11 AM - Broun 123 Instructor: Dr. Robert L. Jackson, [email protected] , 844-3340, Office: Ross 103 Office Hours: Tuesday 2:00-3:00 pm, Wednesday 9:00-10:00 am – Best is to email first. Summary: Theory and techniques for considering coupled thermal, mechanical, and electrical fields in the modeling and design of components such as MEMS, electronics, and connectors. Learn the fundamental techniques used to simultaneously solve the equations and also how to use commercial multiphysics finite element software. Includes a group design project on modeling a component using the software. Prerequisites: Department Approval. Textbook: Finite Element Analysis: Thermomechanics of Solids, 2 nd Ed. , by D. Nicholson, CRC Press, 2008. Supplemental Texts and References: Multiphysics Modeling with Finite Elements, by W. Zimmerman, World Scientific, 2006. Tentative Lecture Topics 1. Background and motivation 2. Basics of finite element modeling 3. Thermomechanical system theory 4. FEM modeling of thermomechanical Systems 5. Electrothermal system theory 6. FEM modeling of electrothermal systems 7. Electrical, thermal, mechanical system theory 8. FEM modeling of electrical, thermal, mechanical systems
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