Boundary Element

A Practical Guide to Boundary Element Methods with the Software Library BEMLIB (Repost)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by leonardo78 at Oct. 20, 2016
A Practical Guide to Boundary Element Methods with the Software Library BEMLIB (Repost)

A Practical Guide to Boundary Element Methods with the Software Library BEMLIB by C. Pozrikidis
2002 | ISBN: 1584883235 | 440 pages | PDF | 4,6 MB

The boundary-element method is a powerful numerical technique for solving partial differential equations encountered in applied mathematics, science, and engineering.
Fast Boundary Element Methods in Engineering and Industrial Applications (Repost)

Ulrich Langer, "Fast Boundary Element Methods in Engineering and Industrial Applications"
English | 2012 | PDF | 284 pages | ISBN: 3642256694 | 4 MB

Boundary Element Advances in Solid Mechanics  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tanas.olesya at June 24, 2016
Boundary Element Advances in Solid Mechanics

Boundary Element Advances in Solid Mechanics by Dimitri Beskos
English | 6 Dec. 2003 | ISBN: 3211003789 | 311 Pages | PDF | 32 MB

This volume presents and discusses recent advances in boundary element methods and their solid mechanics applications. It illustrates these methods in their latest forms, developed during the last five to ten years, and demonstrates their advantages in solving a wide range of solid mechanics problems.
Finite Element and Boundary Element Applications in Quantum Mechanics

Finite Element and Boundary Element Applications in Quantum Mechanics by L. Ramdas Ram-Mohan
English | November 7, 2002 | ISBN: 0198525214 | Pages: 624 | DJVU | 7,1 MB
Boundary Element Methods in Engineering and Sciences (Repost)

M. H. Aliabadi, P. H. Wen, "Boundary Element Methods in Engineering and Sciences"
English | 2010 | ISBN: 184816579X | 412 pages | PDF | 5,1 MB
Finite Element and Boundary Element Techniques from Mathematical and Engineering Point of View by E. Stein

Finite Element and Boundary Element Techniques from Mathematical and Engineering Point of View by E. Stein
English | 1 Sept. 1989 | ISBN: 3211821031 | 338 Pages | PDF | 24 MB

Traditional FEM and the more recent BEM underlie many engineering computational methods and corresponding software. Both methods have their merits and also their limitations. The combination of both methods will provide an improved numerical tool in the future.
Computational Acoustics of Noise Propagation in Fluids - Finite and Boundary Element Methods (repost)

Computational Acoustics of Noise Propagation in Fluids - Finite and Boundary Element Methods by Steffen Marburg and Bodo Nolte
English | 2008 | ISBN: 3540774475, 3642096085 | 578 pages | PDF | 12,9 MB
A Projection Transformation Method for Nearly Singular Surface Boundary Element Integrals (repost)

A Projection Transformation Method for Nearly Singular Surface Boundary Element Integrals by Ken Hayami
English | 30 Mar. 1992 | ISBN: 3540550003 | 468 Pages | PDF | 7 MB

In three dimensional boundary element analysis, computation of integrals is an important aspect since it governs the accuracy of the analysis and also because it usually takes the major part of the CPU time. The integrals which determine the influence matrices, the internal field and its gradients contain (nearly) singular kernels of order lIr a (0:= 1,2,3,4,.··) where r is the distance between the source point and the integration point on the boundary element.
Boundary Element Analysis: Mathematical Aspects and Applications [Repost]

Boundary Element Analysis: Mathematical Aspects and Applications (Lecture Notes in Applied and Computational Mechanics) by Martin Schanz
English | Feb 21, 2007 | ISBN: 354047465X | 359 Pages | PDF | 6 MB

This volume contains eleven contributions on boundary integral equation and boundary element methods.
The Boundary Element Method in Acoustics: A Development in Fortran

The Boundary Element Method in Acoustics: A Development in Fortran (Integral Equation Methods in Engineering) by Stephen Martin Kirkup
English | Oct 1998 | ISBN: 0953403106 | 158 Pages | PDF | 2 MB

The boundary element method (BEM) is a powerful computational technique, providing numerical solutions to a range of scientific and engineering problems. To the user, the main characteristic of the method is that only a mesh of the boundary of the domain is required. Hence, at the very least, the method is easier to apply than the more traditional finite element method.