CEE 571 - Computational Plates & Shells

Spring 2020

TitleRubricSectionCRNTypeHoursTimesDaysLocationInstructor
Computational Plates & ShellsCEE571CD70508LCD41100 - 1220 T R  2310 Newmark Civil Engineering Bldg  C. Armando Duarte
Phillipe Daniel Alves
Computational Plates & ShellsCEE571ONL70927ONL4 -     C. Armando Duarte

Official Description

Classical and first-order shear deformable plate and shell models: assumptions, applicability, valid boundary conditions, analytical solutions; finite element methods for plates and shells: convergence, instabilities, shear and membrane locking, mixed methods for plates and shells; implementation and verification of finite elements for plates and shells; buckling of plates and shells; boundary layer effects; introduction to high order hierarchical plates and shell models and to isogeometric analysis of shells. Course Information: Same as CSE 554. 4 graduate hours. No professional credit. Prerequisite: CEE 471 or TAM 551. Credit or current registration in CEE 570 Finite Element Methods or ME 471 Finite Element Analysis.

Subject Area

  • Civil and Environmental Engineering

Course Description

Classical and first-order shear deformable plate and shell models: assumptions, applicability, valid boundary conditions, analytical solutions; finite element methods for plates and shells: convergence, instabilities, shear and membrane locking, mixed methods for plates and shells; implementation and verification of finite elements for plates and shells; buckling of plates and shells; boundary layer effects; and introduction to high order hierarchical plates and shell models and to isogeometric analysis of shells are covered in this course.

Credit Hours

4 hours

Prerequisites

Undergraduate degree and CEE 471 or TAM 551. Credit or current registration in CEE 570 Finite Element Methods or ME 471 Finite Element Analysis.

Last updated

12/19/2019