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A First Course in the Finite Element Methodby Logan, Daryl L.
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Table of Contents
|Introduction to the stiffness (displacement) method|
|Development of truss equations|
|Development of beam equations|
|Frame and grid equations|
|Development of the plane stress and strain stiffness equations|
|Practical considerations in modelling: interpreting results and examples of plane stress/strain analysis|
|Development of the linear-strain triangle equations|
|Three-dimensional stress analysis|
|Plate bending element|
|Heat transfer and mass transport|
|Fluid flow in porous media and through hydraulic networks; and electrical networks and electrostatics|
|Structural dynamics and time-dependent heat transfer|
|Methods for solution of simultaneous linear equations|
|Equations for elasticity theory|
|Equivalent nodal forces|
|Principle of virtual work|
|Properties of structural steel and aluminum shapes|
|Answers to Selected problems|
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