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Author Nikishkov, G. P. (Gennadiĭ Petrovich)
Title Programming finite elements in Java [trademark symbol] / Gennadiy Nikishkov.
Imprint London : Springer-Verlag, 2010.

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Author Nikishkov, G. P. (Gennadiĭ Petrovich)
Subject Finite element method -- Data processing.
Java (Computer program language)
Description 1 online resource (xvi, 402 pages)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 397-398) and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents Finite Element Formulation -- Finite Element Equations for Heat Transfer -- FEM for Solid Mechanics Problems -- Finite Element Program -- Finite Element Solution -- Finite Element Processor -- Finite Element Model -- Elastic Material -- Elements -- Numerical Integration -- Two-dimensional Isoparametric Elements -- Implementation of Two-dimensional Quadratic Element -- Three-dimensional Isoparametric Elements -- Implementation of Three-dimensional Quadratic Element -- Assembly and Solution -- Direct Equation Solver -- Iterative Equation Solver -- Load Data and Load Vector Assembly -- Stress Increment, Residual Vector and Results -- Elastic-Plastic Problems -- Mesh Generation -- Mesh Generator -- Two-dimensional Mesh Generators -- Generation of Three-dimensional Meshes by Sweeping -- Pasting Mesh Blocks -- Mesh Transformations -- Copying, Writing and Reading Mesh Blocks -- Visualization of Meshes and Results -- to Java 3D™ -- Visualizer -- Visualization Scene Graph -- Surface Geometry -- Edge and Face Subdivision -- Surface Subdivision -- Results Field, Color Scale, Interaction and Lights.
Summary The finite element method (FEM) is a computational technique for solving problems which are described by partial differential equations or which can be formulated as functional minimization. The FEM is commonly used in the design and development of products, especially where structural analysis is involved. The simple object model of the Java™ programming language lends itself to efficient implementation of FEM analysis. Programming Finite Elements in Java™ teaches the reader FEM algorithms and their programming in Java™ through a single finite element Java™ program. The compact, simple code makes it straightforward to understand the algorithms and their implementation, thereby encouraging developers to extend the code to their own tasks. All of the main aspects of finite element techniques are considered: • finite element solution; • generation of finite element meshes; and • visualization of finite element models and results with Java 3D™. The step-by-step presentation includes algorithm programming and code explanation at each point. Problems and exercises are provided for each chapter, with Java™ source code and problem data sets available from http://extras.springer.com/2010/978-1-84882-971-8. Graduate students using the FEM will find the simple but detailed object-oriented programming methods presented in this textbook to be of great assistance in understanding the FEM, including mesh generation and visualization. Programming Finite Elements in Java™ will also be of interest to senior undergraduates doing special studies encompassing the FEM. Researchers and practicing engineers already familiar with the FEM but seeking an alternative approach will find this book readily suited to self study.
ISBN 9781848829725
1848829728
9781848829718
184882971X
OCLC # 567359274
Link Springer - LINK.



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