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source: David Ham 2013年11月25日

This series of lectures on the finite element method is being given to PhD students in computing and physical sciences at Imperial College London in Autumn 2013/Spring 2014. The course is quite mathematical, but is targeted at engineering and physical sciences graduates: it does not assume students have a maths degree. For more information, see the course website at: http://wp.doc.ic.ac.uk/spo/finite-element/

Finite element method course lecture -1: function spaces 1:19:59

lecture 0 part I 22 Nov 2013: finite element in 1D 46:05

lecture 0 part II 22 Nov 2013: finite element in 1D 32:34

lecture 1 part I 22 Nov 2013: Implementing finite element in 1D 37:26

lecture 1 part II 22 Nov 2013: Implementing finite element in 1D 41:41

lecture 2 part I 5 Dec 2013: weak derivatives and Sobolev spaces 44:31

lecture 2 part II 5 Dec 2013: weak derivatives and Sobolev spaces 35:21

lecture 3 part I 23 Jan 2014: constructing finite elements. 40:24

lecture 3 part II 23 Jan 2014: constructing finite elements. 41:17

lecture 4 part I 31 Jan 2014 some vector calculus 42:54

lecture 4 part I 31 Jan 2014 Poisson in more dimensions 25:46

lecture 5 part I 7 Feb 2014 Quadrature and local assembly 47:09

lecture 5 part II 7 Feb 2014 Local assembly 28:47

lecture 6 part 1 14 February 2014 Nonlinear problems 45:21

lecture 6 part 2 14 February 2014 Nonlinear problems 29:39

lecture 7 part I 28 Feb 2014 Boundary conditions 40:52

lecture 7 part II 28 Feb 2014 Vector-valued spaces 40:14

lecture 8 part I 7 Mar 2014 Piola Transforms 39:41

lecture 8 part II 7 Mar 2014 Piola transforms and mixed spaces 30:45

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