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FINITE AND BOUNDARY ELEMENT METHODS IN ENGINEERING

 FINITE AND BOUNDARY ELEMENT METHODS IN ENGINEERING

FINITE AND BOUNDARY ELEMENT METHODS IN ENGINEERING



CAD, CAM, CAE are the areas which form the very basis of modemday engineering practice and the Finite Element Method is the analyticalbackbone of these areas. The phenomenal growth which the last few decades have seen in the areas of numerical modelling using Finite and Boundary Element methods is due to the importance of these methods to virtually all the engineering disciplines as well as science. Software packages of all hue and sizes are available not only for Finite Element analysis but for Boundary Element analysis also. Undoubtedly, these have brought the potentials of a complex but very strong technique to the doorstep of the design engineer. Software producers sometimes claim that design engineers can use these packages with only a cursory understanding of the subject.

This is true for some simple design areas of elastic stress analysis. The moment attempts are made to solve more involved problems of manufacturing or thermal or flow analysis, the user feels handicapped due to the limited information supplied in software manuals and his general lack of understanding of the basics of the subject.

Finite and Boundary Element methods now constitute important subjects in senior under-graduate and post-graduate curricula of various universities. Although a number of books deal with these topics, the author has found them either too complex or too elementary to cater to the requirements of either students or practising engineers.


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