What are the Applications of Finite Element Analysis

By | May 22nd, 2019|• Linear Analysis, FEA: Basics, • Nonlinear Analysis, FEA: Intermediate, FEA Topics:, Case Studies, Basic Engineering Concepts, Art of Engineering|

I think that I have a tendency to overuse FEA. Since I know how to do it, it feels natural for me to do so! I guess it's true that when you have the hammer, everything looks like a nail to you! Thinking about this, in this post I want to discuss what are the [...]

Time to learn FEA

By | April 30th, 2018|Art of Engineering|

If I would have to name a number one issue people have with learning FEA, lack of time is definitely it. Being an engineer usually calls for a lot of work during a week, so every other minute is precious. But there are a lot of myths about learning, and especially learning FEA that I [...]

Do you need to know math behind FEA?

By | November 30th, 2017|• Linear Analysis, FEA: Basics, • Nonlinear Analysis, FEA: Intermediate, FEA Topics:, Art of Engineering|

Recently I asked a lot of my subscribers what they think is the most difficult thing in FEA. While "interpreting results" or "too much theory in materials" appeared quite often, I also got several answers like: My biggest obstacle is actually understanding the mathematical concept behind it. Although I am really interested in the application [...]

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