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Finite Element Methods
During the course there will be three mandatory laborations.
Submit within the deadline; I will then have time to give you good
feedback. The final deadline for all three laborations is 22/12.
- Lab 1: Finite element method in 1D (pdf) (deadline 23/11)
- Lab 2: Finite element method in 2D (pdf) (deadline 9/12)
- Lab 3: Comsol multiphysics (pdf) (deadline 22/12)
Guidelines for submission of Laborations
It is expected that you discuss your work before it is submitted, but copying is cheating and is unacceptable.
- The first page of the report should state clearly:
- Names (and email addresses) of all students in the group (a group
may consist of no more than two students) with signatures
- Date of Submission
- Each report should contain a section with theory, a section with
implementation details, and a concluding section with results and
discussions. The report should be preceded by a short summary and the
code should be attached by the end. Since the code is an essential part
of the laboration, it should be as readable as the report. Hence a
typical report structure could look something like
That is just one possibility, there are
many others! Given the scope of a laboration, a report
might typically consist of something like 1--3, or maybe up to 5 pages
- Setup and some theory
- Comments on the code
- Sample results
- Concluding discussion
- Attached code
- I do not accept handwritten reports.
- Update 101110: For a fully electronic submission, you are
requested to mail me a single file in the portable document