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Globalwebtutors provide premium Finite Element Modeling Assignment help services for complicated problems & questions. We provide customized help with Finite Element Modeling assignments & homework. Please send your assignment at support@globalwebtutors.com to get the instant help with Finite Element Modeling assignments. Analyzing structures for their mechanical characteristics can be done in closed form only for very simple geometries.

The deflection of a cantilevered beam, for instance, can be accurately predicted only for small displacements and well known boundary conditions using the beam equations as set up by Euler. If the cross section of the beams varies too widely or the boundary conditions aren’t defined well enough, those equations can no longer be used with an acceptable degree of accuracy. Structures such as the bed or bridge of a machine tool are frequently too complex for any closed form solutions.

Their behavior under loads, such as cutting forces, can only be predicted using Finite Element Analysis techniques. Here, the geometry to be analyzed is represented by elements of finite size that share common points (nodes). Each node has a certain degree of freedom and all nodes together form a matrix that represents the stiffness matrix of this particular geometry.

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