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Course Unit Title : Computational Mechanics
Course Unit Code : 01MAK5186
Type of Course Unit : Optional
Level of Course Unit : Second Cycle
Year of Study : 1
Semester : 1.Semester
Number of ECTS Credits Allocated : 6,00
Name of Lecturer(s) : ---
Course Assistants :
Learning Outcomes of The Course Unit : 1. Understand main principles of the numerical solution technique such as a finite element method.
2. Teach solution techniques to solve problems in solid mechanics by using finite element method.
3. Provide an ability to make structural analysis by the finite element method .
Mode of Delivery : Face-To-Face
Prerequisities and Co-requisities Courses : Unavailable
Recommended Optional Programme Components : Unavailable
Course Contents : Introduction to Computational Mechanics. Stresses and Equilibrium. Strain-Displacement Relations. Stress-Strain Relations. One-Dimensional Problems, Finite Element Modeling, Coordinates and Shape Functions, Element types, real constant, Material properties. Analysis of Two-Dimensional Solid Mechanics Problems. Two-Dimensional Isoparametric Elements. Beam and Frame Elements. Structural Mechanics Applications.
Languages of Instruction : Turkish
Course Goals : -Solving problems in solid mechanics using finite element method
- to create and solve finite element models of various engineering problems in solid mechanics
Course Aims : The objectives of this course are:
- to teach the basics of solid mechanics to identify engineering problems
- to teach basic concepts in finite element formulation in solid mechanics
- to identify engineering problems
WorkPlacement   Not Available
Recommended or Required Reading
Textbook :
Additional Resources : 1. Chandrupatla, T. R., and Belegundu, Ashok D.,1991, Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering, Prentice-Hall, New Jersey.
2. Zienkiewicz, O.C. and Taylor, R.L., 1991, The Finite Element Method?, McGraw-Hill.
3. Yang, T.Y., 1986, Finite Element Structural Analysis, Prentice-Hall, New Jersey.
4. Shames, I.H., 1989, Introduction to Solid Mechanics, Prentice-Hall, New Jersey.
5. Cook, R.D., 1995, Finite Element Modeling For Stress Analysis, Wiley.
6. Moaveni, S., Finite Element Analysis, Prentice-Hall, New Jersey.
7. Braver, J.R., 1993, Finite Element Analysis, United States.
8. Every book about the theme and lecture notes of the Instructor.
Material Sharing
Documents :
Assignments :
Exams :
Additional Material :
Planned Learning Activities and Teaching Methods
Lectures, Practical Courses, Presentation, Seminar, Project, Laboratory Applications (if necessary)
ECTS / Table Of Workload (Number of ECTS credits allocated)
Student workload surveys utilized to determine ECTS credits.
Activity :
Number Duration Total  
Course Duration (Excluding Exam Week) :
14 3 42  
Time Of Studying Out Of Class :
14 5 70  
Homeworks :
5 5 25  
Presentation :
0 0 0  
Project :
0 0 0  
Lab Study :
0 0 0  
Field Study :
0 0 0  
Visas :
1 15 15  
Finals :
1 20 20  
Workload Hour (30) :
30  
Total Work Charge / Hour :
172  
Course's ECTS Credit :
6      
Assessment Methods and Criteria
Studies During Halfterm :
Number Co-Effient
Visa :
1 30
Quiz :
0 0
Homework :
5 10
Attendance :
0 0
Application :
0 0
Lab :
0 0
Project :
0 0
Workshop :
0 0
Seminary :
0 0
Field study :
0 0
   
TOTAL :
40
The ratio of the term to success :
40
The ratio of final to success :
60
TOTAL :
100
Weekly Detailed Course Content
Week Topics  
1 Introduction (Fundamental concept of mechanics)
 
2 Stress-Strain Analysis
 
3 Mechanical Behavior of Materials
 
4 Fundamental of the Finite Element Method (Node, Element, Shape function, Stiffness Matrix; Force Vector)
 
5 General process steps of FEM
 
6 Modeling one, two and three dimensions
 
7 Modeling of engineering materials
 
8 Element types, Real constant and Material properties
 
9 Built the model
 
10 Meshing
 
11 Solution procedure
 
12 Structural Mechanics Applications
 
13 Structural Mechanics Applications
 
14 Structural Mechanics Applications