Here is the listing of Best reference books on Advanced Finite Element and Boundary Element Methods.
|1. ” Concepts and Applications of Finite Element Analysis” by R.D. Cook, D. S. Malkus and M.E. Plesha
Book Review: This book deals with the theoretical foundations and usage of finite element methods. The book also demonstrates fundamentals of finite element analysis of solids, structures and fluids. The book provides introduction to finite element method. The book also formulates finite element method for linear static analysis for solids and structures which includes chapters on stiffness method, potential energy approaches, truss, beam, plate elements and isoparametric elements. The book also contains chapters on geometric and material nonlinearities.
|2. “Finite Element Procedure in Engineering Analysis” by K. J. Bathe
Book Review: This book demonstrates that finite element procedures are an important part of engineering analysis and scientific investigations. The book also deals with the finite element procedures that are very important and widely used. The book also deals with the linear and nonlinear analysis of solids, fluids and multiphysics problems and their formulations, presents them and also discusses many solution techniques for the governing finite element equations. The book also provides general, reliable and effective procedures that are the basics of recent developments in the field of finite element procedures.
|3. “The Finite Element Method” by O.C. Zienkewicz and R. L. Taylor
Book Review: This book demonstrates the modeling of physical systems and also covers the latest advancements in the field of finite element methods. The book covers basic and advanced methodologies of advanced solid mechanics and advanced fluid dynamics. This book is meant for people studying advanced courses of structural mechanics. This book is also useful for undergraduates, postgraduates and professional engineers. The book contains chapters on viscoelasticity, plasticity, creep, shells and plates. The book also contains new linked interpolation methods for shell and plate formations.
|4. “Boundary Element Methods for Soil-Structure Interaction” by G Oliveto|
|5. “Recent Advances In Boundary Element Methods” by Demosthenes Polyzos, George Manolis|
|6. “Boundary Element Methods in Engineering” by Brebbia|
|7. “Boundary Element Methods: Fundamentals and Applications” by S Kobayashi|
|8. “BOUNDARY ELEMENT METHOD” by Christoph Schwab, Stefan A. Sauter|
|9. “Dual Reciprocity Boundary Element Methods For Solving Inverse Problems” by Adrian Farcas|
|10. “Boundary element methods for solving inverse problems” by Alexandru Rap|
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