FINITE ELEMENT METHODS
16MMD13
Credits : 5
Theory : 4 hours (4 Credits) Practical: 2 hours(1
Credit)
Dr. M Krishna, R&D, RVCE
October 2016
One Solution for All Engineering Problems
Unit2:1DFiniteElementsBar&Trusselements(8h)
Linear element
Principles of m

UNIT-2
ONE DIMENSIONAL FINITE ELEMENTS- BAR AND TRUSS ELEMENTS
M KRISHNA
1. Define 1-D bar element?
If the longitudinal or axial dimension is much larger than the other two dimensions
(known as transverse dimensions), the element may be parameterized as

FINITE ELEMENT METHODS
12ME71
Credits : 5
Theory : 3 hours (4 Credits) Practical: 2 hours(1 Credit)
Dr. M Krishna, R&D, RVCE
August 2016
One Solution for All Engineering Problems
Course Learning Objectives
1.
The concept of finite element methods in engin

Unit-1: Problems
1. A rectangular bar is subjected to an axial load P as
shown in Figure. Determine the expression of PE
functional and determine the extreme value of the PE
for the following data E= 200 GPa, P = 3kN, L=100
mm, b=width = 20 mm and t = 10

FINITE ELEMENT METHOD- VIVA QUESTIONS
M KRISHNA
UNIT-1
1. What is meant by finite element?
A small units having definite shape of geometry and nodes is called finite element.
2. What is meant by node or joint?
Each kind of finite element has a specific st

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