Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering
Prentice Hall, 2002 - Engineering mathematics - 453 pages
Now in its third edition, Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering provides an integrated approach to finite methodologies through the integration of exercises and examples involving engineering applications. The steps used in the development of the theory are implemented in complete, self-contained computer programs, while retaining the strategies and philosophies of previous editions. It serves as a primary textbook for senior undergraduate and first-year graduate students as well as an invaluable learning resource for practicing engineers. Hallmark Features: *Over 250 illustrations integrated throughout the text. *Problem formulation and modeling emphasized in each chapter. *Practical examples and problems. *Pre- and post-processing concepts discussed in the last chapter. New to the Third Edition: Additional programs and source code on a companion CD Includes complete self-contained computer programs with source codes in Visual Basic, Excel-based Visual Basic, MATLAB, QUICKBASIC, FORTRAN, and C.
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Review: Introduction to Finite Elements in EngineeringUser Review - Joecolelife - Goodreads
If you want to learn the basics of FEM, take this book. First half of the book is an excellent introduction to FEM. It explains nicely even the mathematical background, so you can basically "plug and ... Read full review
Review: Introduction to Finite Elements in EngineeringUser Review - Goodreads
a good test book. Read full review