Over the next few posts, I will share the writings and programs that I had created for a class in computational structural analysis—how we efficiently analyze a structure using numerical methods. The field is a subset of computational mechanics, which combines the disciplines of mathematics, computer science, and engineering.

The class consisted of juniors and seniors in mechanical or aerospace engineering. In other words, for brevity, I will assume that you have some familiarity with statics, linear algebra, and calculus. If time permits in future, I will upload my class notes to fill gaps and share more drawings.

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