Boundary Element Methods : Computational Mathematics and Applications
The boundary element method (BEM) has become a major numerical tool in scientific and engineering problem solving, with particular applications in the solution of partial differential equations in engineering. This book has been written as a self-contained reference, combining both the mathematical rigor necessary for a full understanding of BEM, and extensive examples of applications and illustrations.
- Hardback | 672 pages
- 156 x 232 x 34mm | 997.91g
- 01 Apr 1992
- Elsevier Science Publishing Co Inc
- Academic Press Inc
- San Diego, United States
- illustrations, bibliography, index
Table of contents
Some basic properties of Sobolev spaces; theory of distributions; Pseudodifferential operators and their Fredholm properties; the finite element methods - spaces and properties; the potential equation; the Helmholtz equation; the thin plate equation; linear elastostatics; some error estimates for numerical solutions of boundary integral equations.