Jul 18,2022
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FDP on Finite Element Method for Engineering Applications | FDP organized by Faculty of Engineering


Faculty Development Programme (FDP) on Finite Element Method for Engineering Applications organized by Faculty of Engineering & Technology from 18th- 23rd July, 2022 for domains of Mechanical, Civil & Electrical Engineering.

Modelling physical phenomena virtually of every phenomenon in nature is one of the most important requirement of engineers & scientists, whether aerospace, biological, chemical. geological, or mechanical can be described with the aid of the laws of physics or other fields in terms of algebraic, differential, and/or integral equations relating various quantities of interest. Determining the stress distribution in a pressure vessel with oddly shaped holes and numerous stiffeners and subjected to mechanical, thermal, and/or aerodynamic loads, finding the concentration of pollutants in lakes and seawater or in the atmosphere, and simulating weather in an attempt to understand and predict the formation of thunderstorms and tornadoes are a few examples of many important practical problems that engineers deal with. Analytical descriptions of physical phenomena and processes are called mathematical models. Over the last three decades, with the help of suitable mathematical models and numerical methods, it is now possible to solve many practical problems of engineering. The use of a numerical method and a computer to evaluate the mathematical model of a process and estimate its characteristics is called a numerical simulation.

There are several reasons why an engineer or a scientist should study a numerical method, especially the Finite Element Method (FEM), the finite element method and its generalizations are the most powerful computer-oriented methods ever devised to analyze practical engineering problems. FEM is one of the most popular numerical method to boundary and initial value problems. One distinct feature of FEM is that it can be generalized to the domains of any arbitrary geometry. Today Finite element analysis is an integral and major component in many fields of engineering design and manufacturing. Major established industries such as the automobile, aerospace, chemical, pharmaceutical, petroleum, electronics, and communications as well as emerging technologies such as nanotechnology and biotechnology rely on the finite element method to simulate complex phenomenon at different scales for design and manufacture of high-technology products.

Understanding its need in finding solution of various engineering problems. Faculty of Engineering & Technology for domains of Mechanical, Civil & Electrical Engineering., Invertis University, Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh is organizing a One Week Faculty Development Programme (FDP) from 18th-23rd July, 2022.The objective of holding this FDP is to enhance the understanding of faculty about Finite Element Method (FEM) & to disseminate information about its use along with hand-on experience of application with software. Participants/delegates will be provided with authorized certificates.



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