The Finite Element Analysis in the field of Nanotechnology is continually contributing to the areas ranging from electronics, micro computing, material science, quantum science, engineering, biotechnology, medicine, aerospace, and environment and in computational nanotechnology. The finite element method (FEM) is widely used for solving problems of traditional fields of engineering and Nano research where experimental analysis is unaffordable. This numerical technique can provide accurate solution to complex engineering problems. Over decades this method has become the noted research area for the mathematicians. The popularity of FEM is due to the advent of computer FEA software such as NASTRAN, ANSYS, ABAQUS, Matlab, OPEN Foam, Simscale and the like. With the development of nanoscience, the researchers found difficulties in spending funds for nano related projects. The FEA has evolved as the affordable methodology and offers solutions to all complicated systems of research.
Part of the book: Finite Element Methods and Their Applications