The School of Mechanical Sciences, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Bhubaneswar is organizing an Online Course on Computational Fracture Mechanics from May 24 to June 4, 2021.
The aim of this short course is to present the state-of-the-art and the most recent developments in computational and experimental methods for the analysis and simulation of fracture at multiple scales, such that the design of materials can be optimized.
IIT Bhubaneswar, established by the Ministry of Human Resource Development, Government of India under The Institutes of Technology (Amendment) Act, 2011 came into existence on 22nd July 2008. The Institute strives to offer the best engineering education with unmatched novelties in the curriculum.
- Expose the participants to the fundamental aspects of material design: Analysis of stress and strain, stress concentration, failure criterion, theories of failure, analysis of plates, closed-form solutions, and their limitations.
- To build confidence and capability amongst the participants on computational methods through approaches to develop constitutive equations for bulk, governing equations, strong and weak forms, overview of the finite element method (FEM), the partition of unity and enrichment techniques, and level sets.
- Discussions on processes and characteristics of composite materials, macro, and micro-mechanical behavior of lamina and laminate, and the experimental techniques for the characterization and testing of composite materials.
- Introduction to design of engineering materials
- Analysis of stress and strain
- Stress-strain relations for linearly elastic solids
- Failure criterion and preventions
- Case studies
- Bending of straight beams, Thin-wall beams
- Thick and thin-wall cylinders
- Torsion, Analysis of plates, Stress concentration
- Closed-form solutions, their limitations, and some case studies
- Fundamentals of the finite element method; weak and strong forms
- Discretization and interpolation schemes and numerical integration
- Concepts of partition of unity and its relation to the completeness
- Development of elemental and global stiffness matrices in FEM for 1D and 2D problems
Who can Attend?
Faculty members from reputed academic institutions and technical institutions. Executives, engineers, and researchers from manufacturing, service, and government organizations including Research and Development laboratories are invited to apply.
Registration for the first 30 participants will be free of cost. Beyond 30 participants, a course registration fee of ₹8000 is applicable. The registration has to be confirmed by submitting the filled-in registration form to the course coordinator.
All the payments must be made in favor of CEP, IIT Bhubaneswar, Canara Bank. A/C No:24282010001960, IFSC: CNRB0017282.
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