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Introduction To The Finite Element Method: A Numerical Method For Enginneering Analysis

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This book is a modern treatment of the entire field of classical dynamics based on vectorial methods and on the analytical developments of Lagrange.

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    This book is a modern treatment of the entire field of classical dynamics based on vectorial methods and on the analytical developments of Lagrange. It is suitable for honours undergraduates in mathematics or mathematical physics and also for general science degree students offering mathematics as a principal subject. It should satisfy the needs of all scientists and engineers requiring a fuller understanding of the theoretical principles of higher mechanics.

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    Publisher CBS Publishers & Distributors
    Binding Paperback
    Size 8.5 x 5.5 "
    Year 2005 Reprint
    Edition 1st Edition
    Pages 477
    Author C.S. Desai
    Subject Civil Engineering
    About the Author

    Born in Gujarat, India, Chandrakant S. Desai is a civil engineer and a renowned expert in numerical modeling in the field of geomechanics. He has authored several texts on numerical techniques and geo-mechanics. Some of these include Elementary Finite Element Method, Numerical Methods In Geomechanics, Introductory Finite Element Method, Numerical Methods In Geotechnical Engineering, and Mechanics Of Materials And Interfaces: The Disturbed State Concept.

    After completing his engineering degree from the University of Bombay, Desai went to the US to receive his MS degree from Rice University, Texas, and then went on to complete his Ph.D from the University of Texas. Desai has pioneered the development of new constitutive models and laboratory procedures in numerical geomechanics. He was honored with the Senior U.S. Scientist Award by the Humboldt Foundation in 1979. Desai also received the Nathan M. Newmark medal in 2009. He is currently a professor in the Department of Civil Engineering and Engineering Mechanics at the University of Arizona, Tucson, USA.

    John Frederick Abel was a faculty at the Cornell University and has done extensive research on topics such as earthquake engineering, concrete shells, steel framed structures, computational mechanics, and interactive computer graphics. He has collaborated with over a hundred authors for over 200 publications. Some of the titles credited to him include Computation Of Spatial Structures, Stress Recovery In Geometrically Nonlinear Membranes, and Non-linear Patterns Of Mercury Bioaccumulation In Aquatic Organisms. Abel completed his Ph.D from the University of California, Berkeley, and is currently a visiting faculty at Cornell University.

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