Generalized Finite Element Methods
Generalized Finite Element Methods (GFEM) is a specialized skill in computational mechanics that extends the traditional finite element method (FEM) to solve complex engineering problems. It incorporates advanced methodologies such as domain decomposition, boundary element and meshless methods to overcome limitations of traditional FEM. GFEM is used to analyze complex geometries, nonlinear behavior, and extreme conditions such as large deformation, fracture, and nonlinear material behavior. This method is beneficial for analyzing phenomena occurring in the real world accurately. However, it requires advanced knowledge in computational mechanics, numerical methods, and programming skills to implement and get accurate results.
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