Course syllabus 270601_IDP - Tasks of Finite Elements Methods, (FME) (FME - WS 2019/2020)Help


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University: Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava
Faculty: Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Course unit code: 270601_IDP
Course unit title: Tasks of Finite Elements Methods, (FME)
Mode of delivery, planned learning activities and teaching methods:
lecture2 hours weekly (on-site method)
50 hours per semester of study (combined method)
seminar3 hours weekly (on-site method)

 
Credits allocated: 6
 
Recommended semester/trimester: Environmental Manufacturing Technologies - master (compulsory), 3. semester
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Prerequisites for registration: none
 
Assesment methods:
Throughout the semester two test worth 20 points are written. Passing the test requires at least 10 points. The exam, consisting of both a written and oral part, is scored a maximum of 30 points. Passing the exam requires a minimum of 18 points. The student is awarded credits for the course if they successfully pass the written tests and examination. Their performance is graded according to the following:
A 46-50 points, B 41-45 points, C 37-40 points, D 32-36 points, E 31-28 points
 
Learning outcomes of the course unit:
The student learns basic knowledge about the finite element method. The course is focused primarily on the application of FEM in engineering practice as a progressive tool for the analysis of technical solutions and the development of new ones. The lectures focus on explaining basic structure and principles of the software, understanding specific FEM problems and limitations. Attendees are acquainted with software tools and their possible applications in engineering practice. The core of the lectures create practical examples of simulations dealing with a variety of FEM and computed mechanical problems. Exercises focus on acquainting students with FEM software, allowing them to apply knowledge obtained during lectures.
 
Course contents:
1. Introduction to FEM
2. Application of FEM in practice
3. Basic principles, concepts, relations, and proceadures in FEM
4. Charachteristic FEM problems
5. Linear and nonlinear FEM
6. Software tools utilizing FEM in engineering practice
 Catia Dassault Systèmes'
 Simulia
 Solidworks
 Inventor
 Abaqus
 Scia Engineer
 Ansys
 Adams
 EDEM Simulation
 FEM in forming
 FEM in casting
 Injection molding FEM
 Other FEM environments
7. Problem verification
8. Model preparation for FEM in CAX software
9. General assumptions for the correct definition of FEM problems
 Materials
 Degrees of freedom
 Loading
 Contact
 Meshing
10. Solidworks simulations
 Static structural
 Frequency
 Buckling
 Thermodynamics
 drop testing
 Fatigue
 Pressure vessels
 Nonlinear analysis
 Kinematics
 Linear dynamics
 Flow
 2D approximation
 Shells
11. FEM optimization
12. Problem accuracy in FEM
13. Software modules for the calculations at key structural nodes
 Screws
 Pins
 Grooving
 Shafts
 Beams
 Bearings
 Belt drives
 Chain drives
 Cam mechanisms
 Linear guides
 Springs
 
Recommended or required reading:
Basic:
Benča, Š.: Výpočtové postupy MKP pri riešení lineárnych úloh mechaniky. STU Bratislava, 2006. Bratislava: STU Bratislava, 2005. 150 p. ISBN 80-227-2404-1.
BENČA, Š. Riešenie nelineárnych pevnostných úloh pomocou MKP. Bratislava : STU, 2009. 205 p. ISBN 978-80-227-3077-8.
BENČA, Š. Aplikovaná pružnosť I: Metóda konečných prvkov. Bratislava : SVŠT v Bratislave, 1987. 200 p.
JANČO, R. -- ÉCSI, L. -- ÉLESZTÖS, P. Analytické a numerické riešenie hrubostenných nádob: Skriptá k predmetu Aplikovaná pružnosť a pevnosť a Metóda konečných prvkov. Bratislava : Nakladateľstvo STU, 2012. 102 p. ISBN 978-80-227-3819-4.
JANČO, R. MKP v riešení nosníkov a rámov na pružnom podklade. Bratislava : Nakladateľstvo STU, 2013. 109 p. ISBN 978-80-227-3880-4.

Recommended:
KOMPIŠ, V. -- ŽMINDÁK, M. -- KAUKIČ, M. Počítačové metódy v mechanike : Lineárna analýza. Žilina: Žilinská univerzita, 1998. 152 s. ISBN 80-7100-469-3. Sig.: S-1125
LAUBER, J.; Hušek, R. Simulační modely, 1. vyd. Praha: SNTL, 1987. s. 349 Sig.: 1761
NĚMEC, I.; KANICKÝ, V.; KOLÁŘ, V. FEM : Principy a praxe metody konečných prvků, 1. vyd. Praha: Computer Press, 1997. 401 s. ISBN 80-7226-021-9
Zinkiewicz, O. C., Taylor, R. L.: Finite Element Method: Volume I – The Basis, Butterworth Heinemann, London, 2000
Zinkiewicz, O. C., Taylor, R. L.: Finite Element Method: Volume 2 – Solid Mechanics, Butterworth Heinemann, London, 2000

 
Language of instruction: slovak
 
Notes:
 
Courses evaluation:
Assessed students in total: 87

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Name of lecturer(s): Ing. Juraj Ondruška, PhD. (examiner, instructor, lecturer) - slovak, english
Dr.h.c. prof. Ing. Ľubomír Šooš, PhD. (examiner, person responsible for course, tutor) - slovak, english
Ing. Juraj Úradníček, PhD. (examiner, instructor, lecturer) - slovak, english
 
Last modification: 21. 6. 2019
Supervisor: Dr.h.c. prof. Ing. Ľubomír Šooš, PhD. and programme supervisor


Last modification made by Ing. Marianna Frajková on 06/21/2019.

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