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Department of Civil Engineering

Muffakhamjah College of Engineering & Technology

Banjara Hills, Hyderabad 500 034

ASSIGNMENT AND TUTORIAL WORK

1) Name :

2) Roll No :

3) Class : BE Civil A and B Section

4) Year : IV year II semester

5) Academic Year : 2016-17

6) Subject : Finite Element Method

7) Tutor : Syed Sirajul Haq

INSTRUCTIONS:
1)Assume suitably any data that is missing.

2)Answers should be written in correct serial order and each answer should start on
a separate page.

3) All answers should be handwritten and in blue ink.


4) All answers should include neat sketch(es).

5) Submit both assignment and tutorial work together in a spiral bound booklet. Use
A4 size sheets. Insert page numbers.
ASSIGNMENT ASSESMENT Roll
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ASSIGNMENT QUESTIONS
Subject: Finite Element Method Class: BE CIVIL IV year II
semester( AY 16-17)

Using the figure 1 and data given below answer the following questions.

Q1) Write the element stiffness matrices.

Q2) Carry out the assembly of the element matrices to form the structure stiffness matrix. Apply the
boundary conditions and obtain the reduced structure stiffness matrix. Form the global load vector.

Q3) Solve for nodal displacements. Obtain the element stresses.

A three bar truss is shown in figure. The area of cross section of each element is 500 mm 2 and E =
210 GPa. Use N, mm units in your calculations.

Figure 1

Q4)What is transformation matrix. Obtain transformation matrix for frame element.

Q5) Obtain strain-displacement relationship in case of 3-D elasticity problems.

Q6) Explain plane stress and plane strain problems. Give examples. Obtain [D] matrices.

Using the figure 2 and data given below answer the following questions.

Q7) Obtain [k] matrix for the element. Its a plane stress case.

Q8)Obtain nodal displacements.

Q9)Calculate element strains and stresses

The triangular plate is fixed along one edge and is subjected to concentrated loads
at one of the nodes as shown in figure. Assume E = 70,000 Mpa, t = 10 mm and
Poissons ratio is 0.3.
Figure 2

Q10) What are shape functions. Write two properties of shape function.

Q11) What are isoparametric finite elements. Give examples. What are the
advantages of using isoparametric elements.

Q12)a)What is Jacobian explain. Illustrate the use of Jacobian in assembling the


stiffness matrix of a 4 noded quadrilateral element.

b) For a four noded rectangular element 1(0,0), 2(3,0), 3(3,2), 4(0,2), determine the
Jacobian matrix [J ] and strain-displacement matrix [B] at the centre of the
element.

Q13)Illustrate tetrahedron element. Explain volume coordinates.

Q14) Write strain displacement and stress-strain relation for axisymmetric problems

Q15)What are axisymmetric problems. Give examples with neat sketches.


WRITE ASSIGNMENT QUESTION ANSWERS IN THE
FOLLOWING PAGES IN CORRECT SERIAL ORDER AND EACH
ANSWER SHOULD START IN A FRESH PAGE
TUTORIAL ASSESMENT
Roll No.
Q.No Date of Marks Signature Remarks
Submission
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TUTORIAL QUESTIONS
Subject: FINITE ELEMENT METHOD Class: BE CIVIL IV year II
semester(AY 16-17)

Q1) Do the above problem following element approach

Q2) Do the above problem following penalty approach

Using the figure 2 and data given below answer the following questions.

Q3) Write the element stiffness matrices. Carry out the assembly of the element matrices to
form the structure stiffness matrix. Apply the boundary conditions and obtain the reduced structure
stiffness matrix. Form the global load vector. Solve for nodal displacement.

Q4) Draw the SFD and BMD

Figure 2

Q5)a)
b)

Q6)

Use Gaussian quadrature with two and three Gauss points and evaluate the
following integrals.

Q7)

Q8)
Q9)

Q10)
WRITE TUTORIAL QUESTION ANSWERS IN THE FOLLOWING
PAGES IN CORRECT SERIAL ORDER AND EACH ANSWER
SHOULD START IN A FRESH PAGE