Dr. Mohammed Zikry
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
MAE 734 Finite Element Analysis II
3 Credit Hours
This course will provide a general preparation in computational solid mechanics for graduate engineering, science, and mathematics students who will pursue further work and research in areas pertaining to phenomena, such as wave and structural dynamic analysis, finite elasticity, plasticity, viscoplasticity, fracture mechanics, nonlinear solution methods for quasi-static and dynamic, plates and shells, and contact.
Finite Element Analysis I (NC State MAE 533)
Computer and Software Requirements
Please review the minimum computer specifications that NC State University and Engineering Online recommend.