Gerald Kress: Katalogdaten im Frühjahrssemester 2018

NameHerr Dr. Gerald Kress
Adresse
Verbundwerkst. u. Adaptive Strukt.
ETH Zürich, CLA E 31
Tannenstrasse 3
8092 Zürich
SWITZERLAND
E-Mailgkress@ethz.ch
DepartementMaschinenbau und Verfahrenstechnik
BeziehungDozent

NummerTitelECTSUmfangDozierende
151-0042-01LIngenieur-Tool: FEM-Programme Information Belegung eingeschränkt - Details anzeigen
Die Anwesenheit an diesem Ingenieur-Tool-Kurs ist obligatorisch. Bei Abwesenheit werden keine Kreditpunkte gutgeschrieben. Ausnahmen müssen vom Dozenten bewilligt werden.
0.4 KP1KG. Kress, C. Thurnherr
KurzbeschreibungDer Kurs "Einführung in FEM Programm" macht die Studierenden mit der Durchführung einfacher Strukturanalysen mit der Finite-Elemente-Methode vertraut.
LernzielKennenlernen eines modernen Finite-Elemente Programms. Einstieg in Strukturberechnungen von komplexen CAD Bauteilen mittels FEM.
Kritische Interpretation der Lösungen mittels Konvergenzanalyse.
InhaltVerwendete Programme: ANSYS Workbench
SkriptLehrunterlagen: Die im Kurs verwendeten Unterlagen basieren auf Kursunterlagen der Firma CADFEM Schweiz und wurden von uns entsprechend erweitert und ergänzt.
LiteraturEs werden keine Textbücher benötigt.
Voraussetzungen / Besondereskeine
151-0358-00LStructural Optimization4 KP3GG. Kress, B. Schläpfer
KurzbeschreibungThe lecture class Structural Optimization addresses the automated and computer-aided finding of optimum solutions to problems of structural design. This includes design parameterization, formulation of objective and constraining functions as well as design improvement through application of optimization methods offered by mathematical programming and evolutionary algorithms.
LernzielTo become familiar with the most important methods of structural optimization and be able to utilize them on practical problems.
InhaltThe lecture class Structural Optimization addresses the automated and computer-aided finding of optimum solutions to problems of structural design. This includes design parameterization, formulation of objective and constraining functions as well as design improvement through application of optimization methods offered by mathematical programming and evolutionary algorithms.
SkriptLecture class material is handed out and can be down-loaded from
http://www.structures.ethz.ch/education/master/intro/compulsory/optimization/Structural_Optimization_script_2007.pdf
LiteraturThe script provides sufficient theory for the lecture class and the students are not required to purchase additional literature.
151-0361-00LAn Introduction to the Finite-Element Method4 KP3GG. Kress, C. Thurnherr
KurzbeschreibungThe class includes mathematical ancillary concepts, derivation of element equations, numerical integration, boundary conditions and degree-of-freedom coupling, compilation of the system’s equations, element technology, solution methods, static and eigenvalue problems, iterative solution of progressing damage, beam-locking effect, modeling techniques, implementation of nonlinear solution methods.
LernzielObtain a theoretical background of the finite-element method.
Understand techniques for finding numerically more efficient finite elements. Understand degree-of-freedom coupling schemes and recall typical equations solution algorithms for static and eigenvalue problems. Learn how to map specific mechanical situations correctly to finite-element models. Understand how to make best use of FEM for structural analysis. Obtain a first inside into the implementation of nonlinear FEM procedures.
Inhalt1. Introduction, direct element derivation of truss element
2. Variational methods and truss element revisited
3. Variational methods and derivation of planar finite elements
4. Curvilinear finite elements and numerical integration
5. Element Technology
6. Degrees-of-freedom coupling and solution methods
7. Iterative solution methods for damage progression analysis
8. Shear-rigid and shear compliant beam elements and locking effect
9. Beam Elements and Locking Effect
10. Harmonic vibrations and vector iteration
11. Modeling techniques
12. Implementation of nonlinear FEM procedures
SkriptScript and handouts are provided in class and can also be down-loaded from:
http://www.structures.ethz.ch/education/master/master/Anintroductiontothefiniteelementmethod.html
LiteraturNo textbooks required.