Finite Element Method Multiple Choice Questions Highlights
 1000+ Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) in Finite Element Method with a detailed explanation of every question. These MCQs cover theoretical concepts, truefalse(T/F) statements, fillintheblanks and match the following style statements.
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 These MCQs are organized chapterwise and each Chapter is futher organized topicwise.
 Every MCQ set focuses on a specific topic of a given Chapter in Finite Element Method Subject.
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Finite Element Method Chapters
Here's the list of chapters on the "Finite Element Method" subject covering 100+ topics. You can practice the MCQs chapter by chapter starting from the 1st chapter or you can jump to any chapter of your choice. Matrix Algebra and Gaussian Elimination
 One Dimensional Problems
 Trusses
 Two Dimensional Problems using Constant Strain Triangles
 Axis Symmetric Solids Subjected to Axis Symmetric Loading
 Two Dimensional Isoparametric Elements and Numerical Integration
 Beams and Frames
 Three Dimensional Problems in Stress Analysis
 Scalar Field Problems
 Dynamic Considerations
 Pre Processing, Post Processing, Integral Formulations and Variational Methods
 Second Order Boundary Value Problems
 Bending of Beams
 Finite Element Error Analysis
 Eigen Value, Time Dependent Problems, Numerical Integration and Computer Implementation
 Single Variable Problems
 Interpolation Functions, Numerical Integration and Modelling Considerations
 Plane Elasticity
 Flows of Viscous Incompressible Fluids
 Bending of Elastic Plates
 Computer Implementation and Weighted Residual for Three Dimensional Models
 Interpolation Functions for General Element Formulation
 Heat Transfer
 Analysis of Shells & Bending of Thin Plates
 Applications in Solid Mechanics
 Computer Program, Standard Packages and Features
1. Matrix Algebra and Gaussian Elimination
The section contains multiple choice questions and answers on matrix algebra, gaussian elimination and conjugate gradient method.


2. One Dimensional Problems
The section contains questions and answers on one dimensional problems finite element modelling, coordinates and shape functions, potential energy and galerkin approaches, global stiffness matrix and load vector, k properties, boundary conditions treatment, quadratic shape function and temperature effects.
3. Trusses
The section contains MCQs on plane and three dimensional trusses, global stiffness matrix for the banded and skyline solutions.


4. Two Dimensional Problems using Constant Strain Triangles
The section contains multiple choice questions and answers on finite element modelling, constant strain triangle, orthotropic materials, two dimensional problems modelling and boundary conditions.


5. Axis Symmetric Solids Subjected to Axis Symmetric Loading
The section contains questions and answers on axis symmetric formulation, triangular element, problem modelling and boundary conditions.


6. Two Dimensional Isoparametric Elements and Numerical Integration
The section contains MCQs on four node quadrilateral, numerical integration, axis symmetric problems and conjugate gradient implementation of quadrilateral element.


7. Beams and Frames
The section contains multiple choice questions and answers on finite element formulation, load vector, boundary conditions, shear force, bending moment, elastic support beams, beams with axial loading and combine loads, timoshenko beam element, plane and three dimensional frames.
8. Three Dimensional Problems in Stress Analysis
The section contains questions and answers on finite element formulation and methods, stress calculations, mesh preparation, hexa hedral and higher order elements.


9. Scalar Field Problems
The section contains MCQs on steady state heat transfer, torison, potential flow, seepage, electric fields and fluid flow ducts.


10. Dynamic Considerations
The section contains multiple choice questions and answers on dynamic considerations formulation, element mass matrices, eigen values and vectors evaluation, shafts critical speeds program, guyan reduction and rigid body modes.


11. Pre Processing, Post Processing, Integral Formulations and Variational Methods
The section contains questions and answers on mesh generation, post processing, weighted integral forms, boundary value problems, approximation variational methods, mathematical concepts and formulae.


12. Second Order Boundary Value Problems
The section contains MCQs on basic steps of finite element analysis.

13. Bending of Beams
The section contains multiple choice questions and answers on eulerbernoulli beam element, timoshenko beam and frame elements.


14. Finite Element Error Analysis
The section contains questions and answers on approximation errors, errors measurements, convergence and accuracy of the solution.


15. Eigen Value, Time Dependent Problems, Numerical Integration and Computer Implementation
The section contains MCQs on eigen value and time dependent problems, isoparametric formulation, numerical integration, computer implementation and program fem1dv2 applications.


16. Single Variable Problems
The section contains multiple choice questions and answers on boundary value problems, mesh generation and imposition of boundary conditions, single variable problems applications, eigen value and time dependent problems.
17. Interpolation Functions, Numerical Integration and Modelling Considerations
The section contains questions and answers on modelling considerations, elements library and interpolation functions.


18. Plane Elasticity
The section contains MCQs on plane elasticity governing equations and weak formulations, finite element model, integrals evaluation, assembly, boundary and initial conditions.


19. Flows of Viscous Incompressible Fluids
The section contains multiple choice questions and answers on governing equations, preliminary comments, velocity pressure and penalty finite element models.


20. Bending of Elastic Plates
The section contains questions and answers on classical and shear deformable plate models, eigen values and time dependent problems.


21. Computer Implementation and Weighted Residual for Three Dimensional Models
The section contains MCQs on preprocessor, processor, computer program fem2dv2 applications, alternative formulations, non linear and three dimensional problems.


22. Interpolation Functions for General Element Formulation
The section contains multiple choice questions and answers on compatibility and completeness requirements, polynomial forms, triangular and rectangular elements, isoparametric formulation, three dimensional and axis symmetric elements.


23. Heat Transfer
The section contains questions and answers on one dimensional conduction, two dimensional heat transfer formulation, three dimensional heat transfer, axis symmetric and time dependent heat transfer.


24. Analysis of Shells & Bending of Thin Plates
The section contains MCQs on shell forces formulation, shell finite analysis, thin plates formulation, mindlin’s plate element, rectangular plate element with 12 and 16 dof.


25. Applications in Solid Mechanics
The section contains multiple choice questions and answers on plane stress, plane strain, plane quadrilateral element, solids three dimensional stress analysis and torsion analysis, stress and strain computation.


26. Standard Packages and Features
The section contains questions and answers on commercial packages, fea packages desirable and undesirable features.


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