Introduction to Finite Element Method Book (PDF) by J.N.Reddy – Free Download


: McGraw-Hill Publishers
Since the
practice of the finite-element method ultimately depends on one’s ability to
implement the technique on a digital computer, examples and exercises are
designed to let the reader actually compute the solutions of various problems
using computers. Ample discussion of the computer implementation of the
finite-element method is given in Chapters 3 and 4. Three model programs
(FEM1D, FEM2D, and PLATE) are described, and their application is illustrated
via several examples. The computer programs are very easy to understand because
they are designed along the same lines as the theory presentedin the book. The
programs are available for mainframe and IBM PC compatibles from the author for
a small charge. Numerous examples, most of which are applications of the
concepts to specific problems in various fields of engineering and applied
science, are provided throughout the book.
conclusion of the examples are indicated by the symbol II. At approprate
intervals in the book an extensive number of exercise problems is included to
test and extend the understanding of the concepts discussed. For those who wish
to gain additional knowledge of the topics covered in the book, many reference
books and research papers are listed at the end of each chapter. There are
several sections that can be skipped in a first reading of the book (such
sections are marked with an asterisk); these can be filled in wherever needed
later. The material is intended for a quarter or a semester course, although it
is better suited for a semester course.
1.         Introduction
2.         Integral Formulations and Variational Methods
3.         Second-Order Boundary Value Problems
4.         Bending of Beams
5.         Finite Element Error Analysis
6.         Eigenvalue and Time-Dependent Problems
7.         Numerical Integration and Computer Implementation
8.         Single-Variable Problems
9.         Interpolation Functions, Numerical Integration, and Modeling
10.       Plane Elasticity
11.       Flows of Viscous Incompressible Fluids
12.       Bending of Elastic Plates
13.       Computer Implementation
14.       Weighted-Residual Finite Element Models, and Finite Element
Models of Nonlinear
* Above mentioned topics are main topics of this book
and there are many sub-topics under those. Please refer the Preview
below for detailed contents *
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