Analysis of Structures
MSc Computational Mechanics
Mode of teaching: lecture, tutorial
|Lecture:||Dr. rer. nat. Ernst Baeck|
|Tutorial:||Dr. rer. nat. Ernst Baeck|
Date and time
|Mode of teaching||Lecture|
|Summer semester 2021: online (Moodle course)||Recordings, asynchronous provision|
|Tutorial videos, asynchronous delivery|
At the conclusion of this course students should be able to
- implement complex problems from numerical mathematics as well as problems from continuum mechanics
- abstract problems within the scope of algorithms
- implement algorithms using classical procedural FORTRAN language (version 77, 90 and higher)
- implement algorithms using an object orientated approach with the language C++.
- map realistic objects to simple container structures
- implement an object orientated class library for a complex problem from civil engineering.
- Basic development cycle within a command window using explicit compiler calls
- Procedural approach using arrays and structures.
- Working with files.
- Memory mapping implementing a quasi dynamical memory management within FORTRAN 77.
- Dynamic memory management using FORTRAN 90 and C++.
- Implementation of a class library to calculate section values arbitrary profiles made up of simple two node line elements using the thin walled approximation.
Programs and Tools
|Compiler suite:||MinGW (minimal GNU for Windows)|
|Computer languages:||FORTRAN 66/77/90++