Sylabus předmětu ZIEC - Introduction to Engineering Computing (FFWT - SS 2018/2019)Help

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Course code: ZIEC
Course title in Czech:
Introduction to Engineering Computing
Course title in English:
Introduction to Engineering Computing
Semester: SS 2018/2019
Mode of completion and number of credits:
Exam (5 credits)
Mode of delivery and timetabled classes:
full-time, 2/0 (hours of lectures per week / hours of seminars per week)
Level of course: bachelor; master; master continuing
Course type:
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Course supervisor: Ing. Jan Tippner, Ph.D.
Course supervising department:
Teachers: Ing. David Děcký, Ph.D. (instructor, lecturer)
Ing. Jaromír Milch, Ph.D. (instructor, lecturer)
Ing. Václav Sebera, Ph.D. (instructor, lecturer)
Ing. Pavlína Suchomelová (instructor, lecturer)
Ing. Jan Tippner, Ph.D. (examiner, instructor, lecturer, supervisor, tutor)
Mgr. Ing. Miroslav Trcala, Ph.D. (instructor, lecturer)
Ing. Barbora Vojáčková, DiS. (instructor, lecturer)
Prerequisites: to study at faculty REK or to study at faculty LDF
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Aim of the course and learning outcomes:
Students will be introduced to computer aided engineering (CAE) using the finite
element method (FEM) and with the help of ANSYS software. The course consists of
the topics: CAE applications, methods and tools; FEM theoretical background;
general concepts of model analyses; ANSYS environment; analysis pre-processing,
solution and post-processing; building or import of geometry; building of
finite-element models; material models, modelling of basic mechanical and
thermal problems based on tutorials. Students will choose their own project
topics and work will be led by a teacher.
Course content:
Introduction to the course: how to pass the course successfully.
Numerical analysis and its history.
Possibilities of solution of a general problem -- numerical and analytical
Software for numerical analysis. Hardware for numerical analysis.
General principles and procedure of a numerical analysis.
(allowance 2/0)
2.Computing system ANSYS.
Graphical user interface, file management.
Geometrical models building.
Choosing element type and mesh.
(allowance 2/0)
Material models.
Applying of boundary and initial conditions.
Postprocessing of results
Choosing of a topic of student's project.
(allowance 2/0)
Structural linear analysis, its aims, possibilities and procedure.
Tutorial No. 1 -- static analysis, linear mechanics.
(allowance 2/0)
5.Structural nonlinear analysis, its aims, possibilities and procedure.
Tutorial No. 2 -- transient analysis, nonlinear mechanics.
(allowance 2/0)
Test: autonomous work ­ stress distribution in bended specimen.
Thermal analysis, its aims, possibilities and procedure.
Tutorial No. 3 -- thermodynamical transient analysis of a phase change.
(allowance 2/0)
Structural dynamic analysis, its aims, possibilities and procedure.
Tutorial No. 4 -- dynamic analysis of a construction.
(allowance 2/0)
8.Parametric modelling in ANSYS. (allowance 2/0)
Optimization - its aims, possibilities and procedure.
Tutorial No. 5 -- Geometrical optimization of a construction.
(allowance 2/0)
Consulting and solving of seminar project (in computer classroom). (allowance 2/0)
Consulting and solving of seminar project (in computer classroom). (allowance 2/0)
12.Consulting and solving of seminar project (in computer classroom). (allowance 2/0)
Presentation of seminar projects. (allowance 2/0)
Repetition - basic procedures of different physical tasks. (allowance 2/0)
Learning activities and teaching methods:
Type of teaching method
Daily attendance
28 h
practice6 h
consultation12 h
preparation for exam
10 h
preparation for regular assessment6 h
preparation of presentation
8 h
elaboration and execution of projects
14 h
84 h
Assessment methods:
Credit (defence of the project), oral exam (practical use of SW, discussion about procedure).
Assessment criteria ratio:
Requirement type
Daily attendance
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Recomended reading and other learning resources:
TOPPING, B H V. Advances in finite element procedures and techniques. Edinburgh: Civil-Comp, 1998. 298 p. ISBN 0-948749-56-3.
TOPPING, B H V. Advances in finite element technology. Edinburgh: Civil-Comp, 1996. 453 p. ISBN 0948749415.
BATHE, K. Finite element procedures. Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall, 1996. 1037 p. ISBN 0-13-301458-4.
CHAMPION, E R. Finite Element Analysis in Manufacturing Engineering. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1992. 21 p. ISBN 0-07-010510-3.
TOPPING, B H V. -- KUMAR, B. Developments in analysis and design using finite element methods. Edinburgh: Civil-Comp, 1999. 282 p. ISBN 0-948749-61-X.
Fundamentals of finite element analysis. Boston: McGraw-Hill, 494 p. ISBN 0-07-239536-2.
MADENCI, E. -- GUVEN, I. The finite element method and applications in engineering using ANSYS. New York: Springer, 2006. 686 p. ISBN 0-387-28289-0.
MOAVENI, S. Finite elements analysis : theory and application with ANSYS. Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall, 1999. 527 p. ISBN 0-13-785098-0.
NAKASONE, Y. -- YOSHIMOTO, S. -- STOLARSKI, T A. Engineering analysis with ANSYS software. Amsterdam: Butterworth-Heinemann, 2006. 456 p. ISBN 0-7506-6875-X.
ZIENKIEWICZ, O. -- TAYLOR, R. The finite element method : Basic formulation and linear problems . Volume 1. 4th ed. London: McGraw-Hill, 1989. 648 p. ISBN 0-07-084174-8.
ZIENKIEWICZ, O. -- TAYLOR, R. The finite element method : Solid and fluid Mechanics, dynamics and non-linearity . Volume 2. 4th ed. Berkshire: McGraw-Hill, 1991. 807 p. ISBN 0-07-084175-6.
Multiphysics modelling with finite element methods. New Jersey ;: London :, 422 p. ISBN 9789812568434.
Process modelling and simulation with finite element methods. Singapore: World Scientific, 2004. 382 p. ISBN 981-238-793-5.

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