Explaining complex things in a complex way is BAD…
How do I know that?
When I was 18 years old, I spent one whole day to explain to my 15 years old little brother how to calculate matrixes.
I thought it was so cool that I absolutely wanted him to know that…
He chose to go in medecine… and I was devastated (T_T)
Sometimes, you think that you are making a favour to others by talking about the complex stuffs and going into as much details as you can… but most of the time, you are just doing the opposite.
That’s why I decided to take even the most complex engineering concepts and reduce them to the core in order to make this knowledge crystal clear to you.
(And no, I will never stop to teach… people have tried to stop me, they all deeply regret it now :-D )
That’s what this blog is called: “FEA for All: From Basics to Advanced”
BUT… if after reading this blog, you choose to go in medicine… let me know, seriously ;-)
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About me now:
I am a French engineer who would like to share his (burning) passion about Finite Element Analysis (FEA) to help other Engineers.
I have been using FEA for more than 10 years now and I would like to change the way FEA is taught in order to make it more accessible to engineers and designers who really need it to improve their products.