This lecture provides a practice-oriented introduction in numerical and computational methods for simulating continuum mechanical problems, like they occure typically in engineering applications. The application of these methods gain in importance in industrial practice. The lecture imparts knowledge about the fundamentals in modelling, discretizing schemes and solving algorithms, just as the for practical usage important questions of accuracy, costs and efficiency. The important industrial domains of fluid and structural mechanics are handled as well as heat transfer problems.
From the content
- Basics of continuum mechanical modelling, simple field problems
- Finite volume methods, discretization of convective and diffusive fluxes, Galerkin method, finite element methods, simple elements and shape functions.
- Time discretization, explicit and implicit approaches
- Characteristics of numerical solvers, stability, consistence, convergence, conservatism and error estimation
|Lecture name||Numerical methods|
|Lecturer||Prof. Dr. rer. nat. M. Schäfer|
|Responsible assistant||F. Köhler, M.Sc.|
|Start of lectures||April 2020|
|Lecture dates||Wednesday 12:35 – 14:15|
|Next examination date||March 11th, 2020, 15:00 – 17:30|
|Related tutorial||Numerical methods tutorial|
Office hours before the exam
|03 March 2020||10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m.||S4|10 – 1|
|06 March 2020||13:00 p.m. to 14:00 p.m.||S4|10 – 1|
Prior information on the exam
The NBV exam on the 11th of March 2020 takes place 15:00 – 17:00 in Room L402-1.
Further information on the exam is provided here: Prior_info_NBV_WS1819.