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# ME8692 Question Bank Finite Element Analysis Regulation 2017 Anna University

## ME8692 Question Bank Finite Element Analysis

### Sample ME8692 Question Bank Finite Element Analysis

1 Illustrate the Stress-Strain relationship matrix for an axisymmetric
triangular element.
BT3 Applying
2 Classify the types of shell element. BT4 Analyzing
3 Define 2D vector variable problems BT1 Remembering
4 List out the various elasticity equations. ME8692 Question Bank Finite Element Analysis
5 Define plane stress and plane strain. BT1 Remembering
6 Discuss ‘Principal stresses”. BT2 Understanding
7 Mention the difference between the use of linear triangular elements
and bilinear rectangular elements for a 2D domain.
BT2 Understanding
8 Write the strain displacement matrix for a 3 noded triangular element. ME8692 Question Bank Finite Element Analysis
9 Distinguish between plane stress, plane strain and axisymmetric
analysis in solid mechanics.
BT2 Understanding
10 Distinguish between plate and shell elements. BT3 Applying
11 Define axisymmetric formulation. BT2 Understanding
12 Develop the Shape functions for axisymmetric triangular elements ME8692 Question Bank Finite Element Analysis
13 Express finite element modeling for axisymmetric solid. BT4 Analyzing
14 Develop the Strain-Displacement matrix for axisymmetric solid BT6 Creating
15 Show the Stress-Strain displacement matrix for axisymmetric solid BT3 Applying
16 Deduce the Stiffness matrix for axisymmetric solid BT5 Evaluating
17 Assess the requried conditions for a problem assumed to be
axisymmetric.
ME8692 Question Bank Finite Element Analysis
18 State whether plane stress or plane strain elements can be used to model BT4 Analyzing

Triangular element are used for the stress analysis of plate subjected to inplane loads. The (x,y) coordinates of nodes i, j, and k of an element are given by (2,3), (4,1), and (4,5) mm respectively. The nodal displacement are given as :
u1=2.0 mm, u2=0.5 mm, u3= 3.0 mm v1=1.0 mm, v2= 0.0 mm, v3= 0.5 mm Examine element stress. Let E=160GPa, poisson’s ratio = 0.25 and thickness of the element t=10 mm

 Subject name Finite Element Analysis Short Name FEA Semester 6 Subject Code ME8692 Regulation 2017 regulation