## Finite Element Methods in Engineering: Proceedings of the 1974 International Conference on Finite Element Methods in Engineering Held at the University of New South Wales, Australia, August 28-30, 1974Victor A. Pulmano, Algis P. Kabaila School of Civil Engineering, University of New South Wales, 1974 - Technology & Engineering - 840 pages |

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### Contents

Results on The Convergence of The Finite Element Method in Structural | 3 |

On The Reduction of Numerical Error in The Matrix Displacement | 15 |

J H Argyris J R | 33 |

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