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EML 4500 Finite Element Analysis and Design, Fall 2008

Prof. Loc Vu-Quoc University of Florida

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End of Fall 2008 semester, 21 Dec 2008; consult versions up until this date for what actually occurring during the semester. Eml4500.f08 14:55, 21 December 2008 (UTC)

Interesting news:

Free digital texts begin to challenge costly college textbooks in California, By Gale Holland, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer August 18, 2008. Would-be reformers are trying to beat the high cost -- and, they say, the dumbing down -- of college materials by writing or promoting open-source, no-cost online texts.

IMPORTANT: The perils of plagiarizing wikipedia; see Falling exam passes blamed on Wikipedia 'littered with inaccuracies', 21 June 2008, by Martyn Mclaughlin, "WIKIPEDIA and other online research sources were yesterday blamed for Scotland's falling exam pass rates."

Mourning the Death of Handwriting, By Claire Suddath. Time Magazine, Monday, Aug. 03, 2009.

Model HW report: Current version Archived version

MIT's OpenCourseWare course(s): Current version Archived version

FEA animations: Current version Archived version

Rules to review top-3 HW reports: Archived version

HW report table: Archived version

Comments to classes: Archived version

Lecture transparencies written in real time in class (i.e., not written ahead of lectures). Additional presentations (html, wiki) made in class were not recorded in these transparencies.

djvu: Fast download (viewers evince or DjView4). Meetings 1-9 (4.3 MB) Mtgs 10-18 (4.6 MB) Mtgs 19-27 (3.8 MB) Mtgs 28-36 (4.5 MB) Mtgs 37-41 (2.7 MB).

pdf: Slow download. After clicking on a link, wait for about a minute to allow for the transfer of data to your browser or to your pdf viewer: Meetings 1-9 (27 MB) Mtgs 10-18 (31 MB) Mtgs 19-27 (24 MB) Mtgs 28-36 (30 MB) Mtgs 37-41 (19 MB).

Lecture notes in Fall 2006

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