By M. H. Aliabadi, P. H. Wen
The boundary point process (BEM), sometimes called the boundary quintessential equation process (BIEM), is a contemporary numerical approach which has loved expanding recognition during the last twenty years. it really is now a longtime replacement to conventional computational equipment of engineering research. the most benefit of the BEM is its targeted skill to supply an entire resolution by way of boundary values in basic terms, with massive mark downs in modeling attempt. This ebook is designed to supply readers with a accomplished and up to date account of the tactic and its program to difficulties in engineering and technological know-how. each one bankruptcy presents a short description of ancient improvement, through easy thought, derivation and examples.
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