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SESSION: ENGINEERING: Computational Modeling of Solids Using the Finite Element Method
EVENT TYPE: Education
TIME: 10:30AM - 12:00PM
SESSION CHAIR: Monir Sharobeam
Presenter(s):Monir Sharobeam, Siddharth Samsi, Halil Sezen
ABSTRACT: This session will provide an introduction to the basics of solid mechanics and the stress strain relationships in solids. It will also introduce the finite element method as a computational modeling approach for structural mechanics as well as multiphysics applications that are too complicated to be addressed by analytical methods. The session will introduce the participants to the finite element package: Elmer. Elmer is an open source multi-physical program with powerful solvers for applications in structural mechanics, heat transfer, electromagnetic fields, acoustics and others. Elmer is developed by a group of Finnish universities jointly with the Finnish state computer center. Elmer is available on both Windows and Linux based platforms and works with MPI environments.
Assumed background: basic computer literacy; first year engineering curriculum or equivalent.
Monir Sharobeam (Chair) - Richard Stockton College of NJ
Monir Sharobeam - Richard Stockton College of New Jersey