Posted by **AvaxGenius** at April 19, 2020

This book is the 2nd edition of an introduction to modern computational mechanics based on the finite element method. It includes more details on the theory, more exercises, and more consistent notation; in addition, all pictures have been revised. Featuring more than 100 pages of new material, the new edition will help students succeed in mechanics courses by showing them how to apply the fundamental knowledge they gained in the first years of their engineering education to more advanced topics.

Posted by **tanas.olesya** at April 6, 2019

English | 16 Apr. 2016 | ISBN: 9811007322 | 496 Pages | PDF | 18.17 MB

Posted by **roxul** at Oct. 17, 2018

English | 2016 | ISBN-10: 9811007322 | 485 pages | EPUB | 8 MB

Posted by **AvaxGenius** at Jan. 3, 2020

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**Computational Statics and Dynamics: An Introduction Based on the Finite Element Method, Second Edition by Andreas Öchsner**

English | PDF,EPUB | 2020 | 616 Pages | ISBN : 9811512779 | 69 MB

English | PDF,EPUB | 2020 | 616 Pages | ISBN : 9811512779 | 69 MB

This book is the 2nd edition of an introduction to modern computational mechanics based on the finite element method. It includes more details on the theory, more exercises, and more consistent notation; in addition, all pictures have been revised. Featuring more than 100 pages of new material, the new edition will help students succeed in mechanics courses by showing them how to apply the fundamental knowledge they gained in the first years of their engineering education to more advanced topics.

Posted by **hill0** at May 23, 2019

2016 | ISBN-10: 9811007322 | 485 pages | pdf | 18.17 mb

Posted by **AvaxGenius** at Nov. 1, 2017

English | PDF,EPUB | 2017 (2018 Edition) | 219 Pages | ISBN : 3319674617 | 10.6 MB

This revision and work book offers a very specific concept for learning the finite element method applying it to problems from statics of: It skips all the classical derivations and focusses only the essential final results. Based on these `essentials', fully solved example problems are presented. To facilitate the initial learning process, the authors compiled 10 recommended steps for a linear finite element solution procedure (`hand calculation') and all the solved examples follow this simple scheme.

Posted by **AvaxGenius** at July 5, 2018

English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 (2019 Edition) | 129 Pages | ISBN : 3319949403 | 8.43 MB

This book is intended as an essential study aid for the finite element method. Based on the free computer algebra system Maxima, the authors offer routines for symbolically or numerically solving problems in the context of plane truss and frame structures, allowing readers to check classical ‘hand calculations’ on the one hand and to understand the computer implementation of the method on the other. The mechanical theories focus on the classical one-dimensional structural elements, i.e. bars, Euler–Bernoulli and Timoshenko beams, and their combination to generalized beam elements. Focusing on one-dimensional elements reduces the complexity of the mathematical framework, and the resulting matrix equations can be displayed with all components and not merely in the form of a symbolic representation. In addition, the use of a computer algebra system and the incorporated functions, e.g. for equation solving, allows readers to focus more on the methodology of the finite element method and not on standard procedures.

Posted by **AvaxGenius** at Oct. 4, 2018

English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 (2019 Edition) | 129 Pages | ISBN : 3319949403 | 8.43 MB

This book is intended as an essential study aid for the finite element method. Based on the free computer algebra system Maxima, the authors offer routines for symbolically or numerically solving problems in the context of plane truss and frame structures, allowing readers to check classical ‘hand calculations’ on the one hand and to understand the computer implementation of the method on the other. The mechanical theories focus on the classical one-dimensional structural elements, i.e. bars, Euler–Bernoulli and Timoshenko beams, and their combination to generalized beam elements. Focusing on one-dimensional elements reduces the complexity of the mathematical framework, and the resulting matrix equations can be displayed with all components and not merely in the form of a symbolic representation. In addition, the use of a computer algebra system and the incorporated functions, e.g. for equation solving, allows readers to focus more on the methodology of the finite element method and not on standard procedures.

Posted by **AvaxGenius** at Oct. 21, 2018

English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 (2019 Edition) | 129 Pages | ISBN : 3319949403 | 8.43 MB

This book is intended as an essential study aid for the finite element method. Based on the free computer algebra system Maxima, the authors offer routines for symbolically or numerically solving problems in the context of plane truss and frame structures, allowing readers to check classical ‘hand calculations’ on the one hand and to understand the computer implementation of the method on the other. The mechanical theories focus on the classical one-dimensional structural elements, i.e. bars, Euler–Bernoulli and Timoshenko beams, and their combination to generalized beam elements. Focusing on one-dimensional elements reduces the complexity of the mathematical framework, and the resulting matrix equations can be displayed with all components and not merely in the form of a symbolic representation. In addition, the use of a computer algebra system and the incorporated functions, e.g. for equation solving, allows readers to focus more on the methodology of the finite element method and not on standard procedures.

Posted by **AvaxGenius** at Oct. 26, 2018

English | PDF,EPUB | 2018 (2019 Edition) | 129 Pages | ISBN : 3319949403 | 8.43 MB

This book is intended as an essential study aid for the finite element method. Based on the free computer algebra system Maxima, the authors offer routines for symbolically or numerically solving problems in the context of plane truss and frame structures, allowing readers to check classical ‘hand calculations’ on the one hand and to understand the computer implementation of the method on the other. The mechanical theories focus on the classical one-dimensional structural elements, i.e. bars, Euler–Bernoulli and Timoshenko beams, and their combination to generalized beam elements. Focusing on one-dimensional elements reduces the complexity of the mathematical framework, and the resulting matrix equations can be displayed with all components and not merely in the form of a symbolic representation. In addition, the use of a computer algebra system and the incorporated functions, e.g. for equation solving, allows readers to focus more on the methodology of the finite element method and not on standard procedures.