FEA (Finite Element Analysis)

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Definition: FEA (Finite Element Analysis)

It is also called finite element method. It is used in the mathematical analysis of partial differential equation and integration. It was given by Sir R Courant in 1943 to come out with the solution of the problem related to numerical analysis in systems. So in a way it can give the performance of a machine. To utilise it properly it has to be implemented during the period designing and manufacturing as not much can be changed after the manufacturing of the product.

This reduces the overall risk associated with the product design as it allows proper analysis. The system is designed into network of mesh and node a grid is formed to analyse the overall structure of the system.

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