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However, basic theories and formulas have been included. This textbook can be adopted for an introductory level course in FEA offered to students in mechanical and civil engineering, and engineering technology programs. The Direct Stiffness Method is used to develop the bar, truss, beam and frame elements.
Both analytical and simulation solutions are presented through examples and tutorials to ensure that readers understand the fundamentals of FEA and the simulation software. It is strongly recommended that readers always find a way to verify the FEA simulation results.