Finite Element Analysis Instruction
Nerd alert! :)
Finite element methods were not heavily covered in my undergrad, and it is very in demand for the jobs I want to go for. Looking to learn the theory of why you would select a certain mesh, or the shell method vs. others etc. Just the theory in general, and maybe work some problems. Review of Diff. EQs. would be fun too ;).
Also interested in learning ANSYS and Solidworks, beyond the tutorials I've been dinking around in with my trials. Is there a way we can help each other? Thank you!
About Jessica Armstrong
I have a civil engineering degree with a math minor. I worked as an oil and gas pipeline engineer in Alaska, which made me become sort of a structural/mechanical hybrid. Realizing I want to learn to... code and go to grad school for mechanical or electrical; I'd eventually like to go into the prototyping end where I can innovate and see new ideas into reality instead of being stuck in a building code book for consulting. That said...I wouldn't mind doing structural for Spacex...a gal can dream ;). My analytical side is very balanced with my artistic side, and I'd like to utilize the latter skills here. Art, sculpting, graphic design, AutoCAD drafting, photo editing, 3D rendering/modeling, modeling modeling (internationally published in hair/beauty/fashion), singing (4.5 octave range). I'm also down for intellectual conversation. show moreOpen to other proposals
Jessica Armstrong is looking for:
- Music & Audio
- Tutoring & Mentoring
- Classes & Webcasts
- Web/Software Development
- Fun & Quirky