Boundary elements in acoustics: advances and applications
Otto von Estorff
WIT, 2000 - Mathematics - 476 pages
Bringing together contributions from leading teachers and well-known researchers, this book will be invaluable not only to acoustic engineers and researchers, but also applied mathematicians, ocean engineers, and postgraduate students who need to understand the BEM and its many applications in this area.
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