PELICAM: An interactive educational software for training students to the finite element method
PELICAM is an interactive educational software designed for the initiation of students into the finite element method applied to the mechanical vibrations of deformable bodies. It offers the student the opportunity of building up and running his own example during a working session.
KeywordsFinite Element Method Finite Element Model Mode Shape Deformable Body Interactive Computer Graphic
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