Basic concepts of numerical methods, in particular the FEM are summarized. The theory is explicated for structural concrete parts like beams, plates, slabs and shells. Thus, the operation of complex software is made transparent, incl. opportunities and pitfalls. With 42 examples.
Ulrich Häussler-Combe studied structural engineering at the Technical University Dortmund and gained his doctorate from the University Karlsruhe. Following ten years of construction engineering and development in computational engineering, he came back to the University Karlsruhe as a lecturer for computer aided design and structural dynamics. In 2003 he was appointed as professor for special concrete structures at the Technical University Dresden. He retired in 2021 and currently is still active as guest professor at the Technical University Munich.
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