By F. Hartmann (auth.), Prof. Dimitri E. Beskos (eds.)
The research of plates and shells below static and dynamic quite a bit is of greatinterest to scientists and engineers either from the theoretical and the sensible standpoint. The Boun- dary point approach (BEM) has a few special merits over area options similar to the Finite distinction procedure (FDM) and the Finite aspect process (FEM) for a large category of structuralanalysis difficulties. this is often the 1st publication to deal in particular with the research of plates and shells by means of the BEM and to hide all features in their behaviour, and combi- nes educational and state of the art articles at the BEM as ap- plied to plates and shells. It goals to notify scientists and engineers in regards to the use and some great benefits of this techni- que, the newest advancements within the box and the consistent with- tinent literature for additional research.
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Boundary Element Analysis of Plates and Shells by F. Hartmann (auth.), Prof. Dimitri E. Beskos (eds.)