Finite Element Methods in Structural Mechanics: With Pascal Programs (Ellis Horwood Series in Mechanical Engineering)

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This book emphasizes important didactic aspects of teaching the finite element method. It assumes no previous knowledge of numerical methods or finite elements, although it does assume some knowledge of the fundamentals of linear structural mechanics. It includes worked examples and homework assignments, and provides a fully documented computer code to illustrate the basic aspects of finite element program development using Pascal. Another unique feature is the discussion, in an elementary manner, of the whole variety of current issues of finite element analysis. Readership: Senior-level undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students in applied and structural mechanics. Civil, mechanical and aerospace engineers. --- Michal Kleiber is Professor of Applied and Computational Mechanics at the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Warsaw. He has authored and co-authored more than 100 articles in the areas of finite element methods, structural mechanics and constitutive modelling in finite strain elasto-plasticity.

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Book Description Ellis Horwood & PWN, 1993. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. Hardcover, 1st English edition, XI + 306pp, NOT ex-library. Internally in very good condition, some external storage wear. Remains an attractive copy. Clean, bright, untanned pages with unmarked text, free of readily noticeable creasing. Very good firm binding; minor faint marks to outer page edges. Boards show shelfworn marks and scratches, small indentations and creases to edges and corners, small scuffed/chipped marks to edges, a few tiny cosmetic edge-tears. Spine straight, upper section appears gently sunned, with a couple of horizontal creases. Published without a dust jacket. -- This book emphasizes important didactic aspects of teaching the finite element method. It assumes no previous knowledge of numerical methods or finite elements, although it does assume some knowledge of the fundamentals of linear structural mechanics. It includes worked examples and homework assignments, and provides a fully documented computer code to illustrate the basic aspects of finite element program development using Pascal. Another unique feature is the discussion, in an elementary manner, of the whole variety of current issues of finite element analysis. Readership: Senior-level undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students in applied and structural mechanics. Civil, mechanical and aerospace engineers. --- Michal Kleiber is Professor of Applied and Computational Mechanics at the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research, Warsaw. He has authored and co-authored more than 100 articles in the areas of finite element methods, structural mechanics and constitutive modelling in finite strain elasto-plasticity. Bookseller Inventory # 003171

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