Computer Aided Analysis of Transport Structures
Major: Bridges and Transport Tunnels
Code of subject: 7.192.06.E.027
Department: Bridges and Structural Mechanics
Lecturer: PhD, docent, Stasiuk B. M.
Semester: 2 семестр
Mode of study: денна
Learning outcomes: ПРН 1. Possession of sufficient knowledge in industries related to the disciplines of bridge and tunnel complexes, which will allow to critically analyze the situation and identify key trends in the industry. ПРН 3. Knowledge of the basics of professionally oriented disciplines of specialty 192 "Construction and Civil Engineering": engineering networks and structures, research in construction, intellectual property, economic evaluation of innovative technologies and design solutions in construction, economics, and enterprise management. ПРН 8. Acquisition of adequate knowledge and understanding related to the specialization "Bridges and transport tunnels", the scale of which will be sufficient to successfully organize and conduct research in the design, construction, and operation of MTT, to form and represent the results of professional activities. ПРНПС 1. Apply the acquired knowledge and understanding to identify, formulate and solve problems of development of frame construction technologies, using known methods. ПРНПС 2. Apply knowledge to solve characteristic problems of synthesis and analysis in technologies of construction and reconstruction of bridge structures. ПРНПС 3. Systematically think and apply creative abilities to the formation of fundamentally new ideas in the design, construction, and operation of MTT. ПРНПС 6. To search for information in various sources to solve problems of design, construction, and operation of MTT. ПРНПС 7. To combine theory and practice, as well as to make decisions and develop strategies for solving problems of modern technologies of construction of bridges and tunnels, taking into account universal values, social, state, and industrial interests. ПРНПС 9. Critically evaluate the results of activities and reasonably defend the decisions made. ПРНПС 10. To use in practice knowledge, to apply methodical tools of knowledge in the field of services on design, construction, and operation of MTT, to analyze the received results of researches in the context of the existing theories, to draw the corresponding conclusions. KOM 1. Reporting to specialists and non-specialists information, ideas, problems, solutions, and own experience in the field of professional activity. KOM 2. Ability to use a variety of methods, including modern information technology, for effective communication at the professional and social levels. AiB 1. Ability to adapt to new situations and make appropriate decisions AiB 3. Ability to treat the work responsibly, make decisions independently, achieve the goal in compliance with the requirements of professional ethics.
Required prior and related subjects: • Mathematics (differential and integral calculations, linear algebra, differential equations) • Physics (mechanics, thermodynamics, fundamentals of physics of solids) • Theoretical mechanics (statics, kinematics, dynamics) • Strength of Materials (concept of stress and strain analysis of the stress state in a point of the body, the geometric characteristics of sections, stretching, twisting, bending rods potential energy of elastic deformation vibrations designs, technical impact theory).
Summary of the subject: The course aims at developing the students' skills of applying modern numerical methods for calculation of complex engineering structures. The focus of theory and practical application of the finite element method. This course provides an opportunity to more fully and deeply acquainted with the calculation of complex structures and structures that are in a complex resistance action of dynamic loads. It also allows you to evaluate the accuracy of the results obtained by the methods of strength of materials, theory of elasticity and plasticity. Learning the basics finite element method extends the range of the objects (plates, membrane arrays), which are widely used in the design of transport constructions
Assessment methods and criteria: • Operating control 40% of the points (computation-graphic works, laboratory work). • Final control 60% (exam, written-oral form).
Recommended books: 1. Rudakov K.N. FEMAP 10.2.0. Geometric and finite element modeling of structures. - K .: KPI, 2011.-317 p. 2. Laird G., Jensen A. FEA Modeling with FEMAP and NX Nastran. - Movement Publishing, 2015. – 80 pp. 3. Jensen A. FEA Learn the FEMAP API (Application Programming Interface) for Automation and Customization. - Movement Publishing, 2017. – 80 pp. 2. Zenkevich O.K. The finite element method in engineering. - Moscow: Mir, 1975. - 541 p. 3. Norry D., de Vries J. Introduction to the finite element method. - Moscow: Mir, 1981. - 304 p. 4. Samarsky A.A. Introduction to numerical methods. - Moscow: Nauka, 1987. - 459 p. 5. Richkov SP Modeling of structures in MSC visual NASTRAN for Windows. M .: NT Press, 2004. - 546 p.