Encyclopedia of Computational Mechanics
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Online ISBN: 9780470091357
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Over the past four decades computational methods in applied mechanics havedeveloped into valuable tools that are widely used across both industry andacademia. The applications are numerous ranging through aerospace and civilengineering structures, geotechnics, flow problems, automotive engineering,geo-environmental modeling, biomechanics, electromagnetism, metal forming andnumerous other fields.
Edited and written by a team of world-renowned authorities, The Encyclopedia of Computational Mechanics provides the most comprehensivecollection of knowledge about the theory and practice of computationalmechanics.
Offering an in-depth, practical source of information, this landmarkreference provides a firm foundation for the reader's research and practice indeveloping designs and in understanding, assessing and managing numericalanalysis systems.
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