This text therefore is designed to prepare undergraduates and practicing engineers with bachelors degrees both to solve their specific problems and to read further in the current finite element literature. It is assumed that the reader has some background in the diverse mathematical fields associated with the finite element method; matrix algebra mechanics variation methods and computer skills. The book is divided into three parts; introduction and background material a description of the method and applications. A relatively simple computer code is included in Appendix I. At the end of each chapter bibliographic information is provided in two sections References and Further Reading. A brief descriptive commentary is included with most ef the references cited. Abbreviations used in the references are summarized in Appendix II.Part A is incorported both to guide the reader to useful texts on the background material and to summarize without detailed derivations the methods and equations that are employed in Parts Band C.
|Publishers||CBS Publishers & Distributors|
|Author||Ghose D. N|
|Subject||AIEEE, Joint Entrance & Competitive Examinations|
|About the Author||NA|
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