Finite Elements in Fluids, Volume 5
Richard H. Gallagher
Wiley, 1984 - Fluid dynamics
Vols. for 1975 contain selected papers from the International Symposium on Finite Element Methods in Flow Problems; vols. for 1978- contain selected papers from the International Conference on Finite Elements in Flow Problems.
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Finite Elements in Fluid MechanicsA Decade of Progress
Analysis of Stokes Flow by a Hybrid Method
Domain Decomposition for Elliptic Problems
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