FiniteElement Method Description
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Using FiniteElement Methods, assuming that stiffness of each element is equal to f.
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I have discretized and labelled the nodes and elements as follows.
For element 1, theta = 90 degrees + tan^1(2/3) = 123.69 degrees
F1 0.307684 0.46154 0.30768 0.461535 u1
F2 = f * 0.46154 0.692316 0.461535 0.692316 u2
F3 0.30768 0.461535 0.307684 0.461535 u3
F4 0.461535 0.69232 0.46154 0.692316 u4
For element 2, theta = tan^1(1/3.5) = 15.95 degrees
F3 0.926888 0.26032 0.92689 0.26032 u3
F4 = f * 0.26032 0.073112 0.26032 0.073112 u4
F5 0.92689 0.26032 0.926888 0.26032 u5
F6 0.26032 0.07311 0.26032 0.073112 u6
For element 3, theta = tan^1(4/1.5) = 69.44 degrees
F1 0.123333 0.329748 0.12333 0.329748 u1
F2 = f * 0.329748 0.881627 0.32975 0.881627 u2
F5 0.12333 0.32975 0.123333 0.329748 u5
F6 0.32975 0.88163 0.329748 0.881627 u6
For element 4, theta = 360  ...
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The finiteelement method descriptions are given.
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