Anisotropic Analysis Using Boundary Elements by N. A. Schclar

By N. A. Schclar

Discusses the boundary aspect approach utilized to three-d anisotropic elasticity and contains examples to teach the flexibility of BEM. starting with a primary conception of elastostatics, this identify covers techniques comparable to the twin reciprocity strategy and numerical integration.

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