## Engineering

Problem Statement

A 3D solid model for the cover of a pressure cylinder is designed which can hold up a pressure of 0.5 MPa. The model is made up of aluminum alloy. It is required to find alternative material to manufacture pressure cylinder cover. This case deals with material – Engineering Plastic being substituted for aluminum alloy.

Objective:

The purpose of the simulation is to assess the possibility of replacing the aluminum

1.1 Introduction

Finite element analysis (FEA) involves solution of engineering problems using computers. Engineering structures that have complex geometry and loads, are either very difficult to

Introduction:

In this example you will learn to model a cooling fin for electronics. This involves heat generation, conduction and convection.

Physical Problem:

All

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1.   What is the finite element method (FEM)?

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Problem Statement:

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