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Thursday, August 16, 2007

Programming the Finite Element Method

Programming the Finite Element Method

By I. M. Smith, D. V. Griffiths,
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Number Of Pages: 482
Publication Date: 1988-02
Sales Rank: 2848964
ISBN / ASIN: 0471915521
EAN: 9780471915522
Binding: Hardcover
Manufacturer: John Wiley & Sons Inc
Studio: John Wiley & Sons Inc

Book Description:

Following the highly successful previous editions, this Third edition contains programs and subroutine libraries fully updated in Fortran 90, which are also available on the Internet via anonymous ftp. A wide variety of new problem solving analyses are presented, including classical structural analysis, elasticity and plasticity, steady state and transient fluid flow, linear and non-linear solid dynamics and construction processes in geomechanics. The authors provide:
a clear outline of programming philosophy
programs which illustrate analytic rather than numerical evaluation of element properties
exercises for students to solve
Unique elements of the text include:
practical problems in Fortran 90
instructions to the reader for developing their own computer programs which use the finite element method to solve specific problems
guidelines towards vectorisable/parallelisable programs
`Mesh-free or `element-by-element techniques supplanting traditional `mesh-dependent or `global element assembly methods in every chapter.
These improvements all contribute to a more comprehensive book with a wide appeal, but which will be of particular interest to students and practitioners in the application of the finite element method, and problems related to its use; undergraduates and postgraduates in civil engineering (applications in fields of Geomechanics), mechanical engineering (stress and fluid flow problems), applied mathematics and physics (solution of partial differential equations), and engineers in the fields as indicated above.

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