2014-2015 Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog

ETM 467 Applied Finite Element Analysis

Application of the finite element method to structural engineering problems. Study of truss, beam, plane stress, plane strain, shell, and solid continuum finite elements; mesh generation; proper element density and element interfacing; and composite modeling problems. Two hours lecture and two hours laboratory, course meets four hours per week.




ENGR 357 (C- or higher) or ET 357 (C- or higher) or permission of instructor.

General Education


Course may be taken for Graduate credit.