Course Outline

Introduction

  • Boundary Elements vs Finite Elements

How Boundary Elements Integrate with Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) and Integrated Engineering Software

Continuous Elements, Discontinuous Elements and Surface Discretization

Versatility through Mesh Regeneration

Case study: Discretization of a Crankshaft

Setting up the Development Environment

Overview of BEM's Mathematical Foundations

Two-dimensional Laplace's Equation -- Solving a Simple Boundary Value Problem

Discontinuous Linear Elements -- Improving Approximations

Two-dimensional Helmholtz Type Equation -- Extending the Analysis

Two-dimensional Diffusion Equation

Green's Functions for Potential Problems

Analyzing Three-dimensional Problems

Analyzing Problems with Stress and Flux Concentrations

Analyzing Torsion, Diffusion, Seepage, Fluid Flow and Electrostatics

Combination with Finite Elements and the Hybrid Method

The Importance of Clean Code

Increasing Computational Performance (Parallel and Vector Computing)

Closing Remarks

Requirements

  • Basic knowledge of vector calculus
  • Understanding of ordinary and partial differential equations
  • Understanding of complex variables
  • Programming experience in any language
 7 Hours

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