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Essentials of the finite element method for mechanical and structural engineers

Essentials of the finite element method for mechanical and structural engineers

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Current

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Core Supplement

Abstract

Introduces the essentials of finite element (FE) methods and relates them to a range of engineering applications. Specifically addresses linear spring elements, trusses, frames, beams, structural dynamics and heat transfer. Also gives mathematical background and analysis techniques with an explanation of programming used.

Author

Pavlou, D.

History

Academic Press is an imprint of Elsevier

ISBN

9780128023860

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Publisher History

As an imprint of Elsevier the Academic Press are a publisher of scientific books.


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