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9 May: Good FEA needs a suspicious mind

9 May, 6.30pm. ICE, London

Finite element analysis (FEA) outputs should always be viewed with healthy suspicion as part of the validation process, according to Tensar’s Andrew Lees who will present this evening meeting of the British Geotechnical Association’s Early Career Group. Lees will explore how to bridge the knowledge between FEA users often being early in their career with the experience needed to know whether an FEA output is plausible growing throughout a career. Lee will use the event to look at good practices for validation of finite element models in geotechnical engineering.

Contact: Justyna Wierczorek, email: justyna.wieczorek@a2-studio.com

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