This set of Finite Element Method Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Shear Deformable Plate Model”. 1. In FEM, which theory is an extension of the Timoshenko beam theory? a) Classical Plate Theory b) Hencky-Mindlin plate theory c) Kirchhoff plate theory d) Shell theory 2. In displacement-based plate theories, if a linear theory … Read more

This set of Finite Element Method Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “ Classical Plate Model”. 1. In FEM, what does the simple two-dimensional plate theories account for? a) The kinematics of bending deformation of thin bodies without to transverse loads b) The kinematics of bending deformation of thin bodies subjected to transverse … Read more

This set of Finite Element Method Assessment Questions and Answers focuses on “Penalty – Finite Element Model – 2”. 1. Which option is correct regarding constraints in the viscous flow problems governed by the continuity and momentum equation? a) Constrains are readily available b) Constraints are created by the elimination of pressure c) Constraints are … Read more

This set of Finite Element Method Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Penalty – Finite Element Model – 1”. 1. Which type of problem can be obtained by reformulating a problem with differential constraints by using the penalty method? a) A problem with no constraints b) A problem with variable constraints c) A … Read more

This set of Finite Element Method Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Velocity – Pressure Finite Element Model”. 1. In velocity-pressure formulation in FEM, which step is not used in the development of a weak form? a) Multiply governing equations with weight functions b) Integrating over the element domain c) Integrating by parts … Read more

This set of Finite Element Method Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Governing Equations”. 1. For fluid flows, which expression does not characterize the slow flow of a viscous and incompressible fluid in a closed domain? a) v.∇v=0 b) μ≠0 c) =0 d) =0 2. In mathematical modeling, for which option, a fluid … Read more

This set of Finite Element Method Question Paper focuses on “Plane Elasticity – Assembly, Boundary and Initial Conditions”. 1. From solid mechanics, what is the correct displacement(u) boundary condition for the following plane stress problem of the beam? a) uy(a,)=0 b) uy(a,)=0 c) ux(a,)≠0 d) ux(a,)=≠0 2. From solid mechanics, which traction(t) boundary condition is … Read more

This set of Finite Element Method Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Plane Elasticity – Evaluation of Integrals”. 1. In the Finite Element Method, which expression is correct for a linear triangular element if S is the shape function, Ae is its area, and K is a constant? a) b) c) =KAe d) … Read more

This set of Finite Element Method Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Plane Elasticity – Finite Element Model”. 1. If only the first derivatives of ux and uy appear in the weak forms, then their interpolation must be at least bilinear. a) True b) False 2. In FEM, if two independent variables are … Read more

This set of Finite Element Method Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on “Plane Elasticity – Weak Formulations”. 1. In FEM, which method is not used to construct the weak forms and associated finite element model of the plane elasticity equations? a) Principle of virtual displacements b) The principle of minimum total potential energy … Read more

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