Introduction to Finite Element Method

Course Description

The course covers lessons in Computational methods in design and manufacturing, Application of finite element analysis, Surface forces and Body forces, Sigma and Delta, Stress and Strain, Stiffness matrix, Isoparametric formulation, Steady state and transient, plane stress, plane strain, axi-symmetric, three-dimensional solid elements .

In this course, R. Krishnakumar, Department of Mechanical Engineering, IIT, Madras (NPTEL), gives 33 video lectures on the basic concepts of Introduction to Finite Element Method.

Introduction to Finite Element Method
R. Krishnakumar in Lecture 25
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Video Lectures & Study Materials

Visit the official course website for more study materials: http://www.nptel.ac.in/syllabus/112106135/

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2 Lecture 2 (50:03) Play Video
3 Lecture 3 (50:43) Play Video
4 Lecture 4 (49:45) Play Video
5 Lecture 5 (50:13) Play Video
6 Lecture 6 (51:37) Play Video
7 Lecture 7 (50:57) Play Video
8 Lecture 8 (45:43) Play Video
9 Lecture 9 (51:30) Play Video
10 Lecture 10 (49:51) Play Video
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13 Lecture 13 (50:48) Play Video
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16 Lecture 16 (49:48) Play Video
17 Lecture 17 (50:00) Play Video
18 Lecture 18 (50:56) Play Video
19 Lecture 19 (52:02) Play Video
20 Lecture 20 (51:12) Play Video
21 Lecture 21 (52:16) Play Video
22 Lecture 22 (51:34) Play Video
23 Lecture 23 (50:50) Play Video
24 Lecture 24 (48:10) Play Video
25 Lecture 25 (50:19) Play Video
26 Lecture 26 (52:17) Play Video
27 Lecture 27 (51:52) Play Video
28 Lecture 28 (51:06) Play Video
29 Lecture 29 (50:41) Play Video
30 Lecture 30 (1:03:27) Play Video
31 Lecture 31 (48:23) Play Video
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Comments

Displaying 5 comments:

Epiot Michael wrote 6 years ago.
I have liked your lectures.

Epiot Michael wrote 6 years ago.
I have liked your lectures.

wanghuiyuan wrote 8 years ago.
good

Dr. G.Sreedhara Rao wrote 9 years ago.
It is very nice lecture It will be useful in future thank u

ludjo011 wrote 9 years ago.
This is the basics of "Strength of Materials".
This has nothing to do with the numerical methods.


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