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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Aleksei Klementev
Implementation of the Finite Element Method for Truss Analysis for Android OS
Applied Mathematics and Information Science
(Bachelor’s programme)
7
2016
This work is devoted to the study of finite element method (FEM) and its direct application in various scientific fields, in the field of engineering and technology. The raised problem is of paramount importance for the study of truss construction. There was a task - to clarify the question of the finite element method, its history and its practical use. This method is often used in the computer industry, as a practical tool for engineering analysis.

Pratt truss was modeled under the influence of a predetermined force on the MATLAB programming language. It was also resolved optimization problems for different characteristics of the truss. The resulting algorithm for the program was moved to the JAVA language on Android Studio.

Results of the study can be useful for modeling various truss structure in structural mechanics.

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