Uses simple engineering terms to describe which types of problems can best be solved with each method, combining the two and the applications for which this might be suitable. Features a chapter devoted to the construction of finite and boundary element meshes, error analysis and confidence criteria. Contains a slew of practical applications.Uses simple engineering terms to describe which types of problems can best be solved with each method, combining the two and the applications for which this might be suitable.

Title | : | Introduction to finite and boundary element methods for engineers |

Author | : | Gernot Beer, J. O. Watson |

Publisher | : | John Wiley & Son Ltd - 1992 |

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