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Modeling Strategies

Errors in FEM/FEA by mloew
Posted: 27 May 04 (Edited 2 Jun 04)

Discussions on FEM/FEA quality, convergence, and other errors come up often. Below is a list of online resources that may be of interest:

  • P. Kurowski Easily made errors mar FEA results, Machine Design, 13 September 2001
  • P. Kurowski More errors that mar FEA results, Machine Design 21 March 2002
  • V. Apanovitch, P. Kurowski Discretization Error Control in Precise Solids Method, part 1, BENCHmark, April 2001
  • V. Apanovitch, P. Kurowski Discretization Error Control in Precise Solids Method, part 2, BENCHmark, July 2001
  • P. Kurowski,  B.Szabo  How to find Errors in the Finite Element Models, Machine Design, 25 September 1997
  • How to Model and Interpret Results Part 1: An Illustration of Idealisation & Modelling Strategies From NAFEMS
  • A Posterori Error Estimation in Finite Element Analysis

  •    by Mark Ainsworth & J. Tinsley Oden)
       
  • The Finite Element Method and its Reliability

  •    by Ivo Babuska, University of Texas at Austin and Theofanis Strouboulis, Texas A&M University, College Station
       

    I will add to this list I find other links to this subject.

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