The finite element method for engineers

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Wiley, Nov 1, 1982 - Mathematics - 623 pages
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Supplemented with numerous real-world problems and examples taken directly from the authors' experience in industry and research, The Finite Element Method for Engineers, Fourth Edition gives readers the real insight needed to apply the method to challenging problems and to reason out solutions that cannot be found in any textbook.

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Contents

MEET THE FINITE ELEMENT METHOD
3
A PHYSICAL
22
APPENDIX C
35
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KENNETH H. HUEBNER, PhD, is retired from Ford Motor Company, where he was manager of the Computer-Aided Engineering Research Staff. He received his PhD from Purdue University in 1969.
DONALD L. DEWHIRST, PhD, has many years of experience in the aerospace and automotive industries. He is recently retired from Ford Motor Company. He received his PhD from the Department of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics at the University of Illinois.
DOUGLAS E. SMITH, PhD, is Assistant Professor, Division of Engineering at the Colorado School of Mines, Golden, Colorado. He has been involved with finite element analysis (FEA) for over fifteen years while working at IBM Corporation and Ford Motor Company. He received his PhD from the University of Illinois, Urbana— Champaign.
TED G. BYROM, PhD, is an independent consulting engineer and a former technology consultant with Oryx Energy Co., Inc. He received his PhD in aerospace engineering from Texas A& M University.

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