The Finite Element Method For Engineers, 4Th Ed by Donald L. Dewhirst,Ted G. Byrom,Doughlas E. Smith, Kenneth H. Huebner

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Market_Desc: · Advance undergraduate and graduate students in engineering mechanics and engineering science courses Special Features: · Applies FEM to a wide range of mechanics problems used in real-world and classroom-based scenarios· Includes current commercially-available finite element codes in the text· Content is basic in level and is organized to be taught in either two semesters or two quarters About The Book: This text is a revision of an introduction to the finite element method, offering a balanced treatment of theory, examples and applications emphasizing mechanics (forces, stresses, displacements, vibrations), heat transfer, elasticity and multi-physics problems (fluid flow, electromagnetic behavior). This book has an unusual mix of authors (from both industry and academia) for a main stream engineering book which makes it more applied than the competition. With applications and examples, the text explains how the finite element method can be applied to numerous and diverse areas of mechanics problems and analysis. The finite element method is a standard area of study at most universities and this book is a useful and reliable tool for students and practitioners alike.

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Published January 1, 2008 by WSE.
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