Boundary Elements for Engineers: Theory and Applications (Hardback)Jill Trevelyan (author)
Hardback 228 Pages / Published: 31/01/1994
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A number of technical books have been published which give detailed theoretical formulations of the boundary element method. While this is necessary for a full academic description of the technique, it often makes the description more difficult for engineers and new BEM students to follow. This book gives a simplified derivation of the basic mathematics behind the technique. The method is described and derived in engineering terms and is aimed at engineers and engineering students. The book also includes a description of the various uses of this technology in industry today and over the last ten years, giving examples from aerospace engineering and automobile engine design to the simulation of corrosion protection systems on oil platforms and ocean going vessels. Examples are taken from the BEASY software, which is a commercial software package using BEM. Colour illustrations for the book will be provided on a separate diskette.
Publisher: WIT Press
Number of pages: 228
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