Institut National Polytechnique De Grenoble

Mechanical Modelling


Iowa State Course Substitution

ME Technical Elective


Course Info

International Credits: 5.0
Converted Credits: 3.0
Country: France
Language: English
Course Description:
Mechanical modelling - 4EUS3MEM Goals This course is centered on the description and formulation of common phenomena that condition the material behavior with hydraulic and thermal systems (turbine, pump, turbo-reactor,...) For each type of solicitations (thermo-elastic and visco-elastic) the formulation of the macroscopic behavior is presented. Thus, it is about defining very common phenomena that must be systematically integrated during system analysis. Finite element formulation is also presented, weak and strong formulation, matrix formulation for thermal and structural problems. The students will use a finite element sofware and different models for mechanical problems will be presented Contact Philippe (Ense3) MARIN Content Reminder on the constraint and deformation tensor notions Thermo-elasticity and limit criterion problem formulation, Navier and Beltrami Visco-elasticty and limit criterion, flow, relaxation, dynamic behavior problem formulation Finite element for 1-Dimensional problem, for 2-Dimensional problem (thermal and plane stress) Training in structural softwareuse: different geometric models of structure analysis, modelling of boundary conditions, critical analysis and limit of results Prerequisites Notion of elasticity and beam theory. ABOUT US STUDIES RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL COMPANIES STUDENT LIFE Number of hours Lectures : 20.0 Tutorials : 22.0 Laboratory works : 16.0 ECTS : 5.0 Page 1 × Tests final exam and Project report Additional Information Course list Curriculum->Engineer ME->Semester 3 Curriculum->Engineer IEN->Semester 3 VERSION FRANÇAISE Voir la version française de cette page Ecole Nationale Supérieure de l'Energie, l'Eau et l'Environnement 21 avenue des Martyrs CS 90624 38031 GRENOBLE CEDEX 1 To improve the quality of this site and the service rendered to the user, we use cookies audience measurement. By continuing your visit to this site, you agree to our use of cookies for this purpose. More


Evaluation Date:
November 3, 2017
John Wagner