Best Reference Books – Application of Numerical Methods in Structural Engineering

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Application of Numerical Methods In Structural Engineering subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Application of Numerical Methods In Structural Engineering along with reviews.

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1. “Computational Engineering – Introduction to Numerical Methods” by Michael Schäfer

“Computational Engineering – Introduction to Numerical Methods” Book Review: This book provides a complete introduction to modern numerical methods in engineering. It covers different applications in fluid mechanics, structural mechanics and heat transfer. It is useful for all engineering fields such as computational engineering, mechanical engineering, as well as chemical and civil engineering.

2. “Gallagher Optimum Structural *design* Theory And Applications (Wiley Series in Numerical Methods in Engineering)” by RH GALLAGHER
3. “Manual of Numerical Methods in Concrete: Modelling and Applications Validated by Experimental and Site-monitoring Data” by M Y H Bangash

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“Manual of Numerical Methods in Concrete: Modelling and Applications Validated by Experimental and Site-monitoring Data” Book Review: The main goal of this book is to explain a unified approach for the available mathematical models. It also helps to link them to element analysis and to computer programs The book covers creep, temperature, and shrinkage formulations of various concrete constitutive models.

4. “Numerical Methods: For Scientific and Engineering Computation” by Mahinder Kumar Jain

“Numerical Methods: For Scientific and Engineering Computation” Book Review: The new edition of the book covers a new material including more comprehensive content. It includes turbo C programs for several standard methods. The book provides an in-depth explanation of spline interpolation. It illustrates detailed solutions of problems FORTRAN and C programs provided in CD. It is designed for Both undergraduate and postgraduate students of various engineering disciplines. It is also useful for B. Sc. (Hons. ) Mathematics/Physics and M. Sc. Mathematics students.

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5. “Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis” by Sastry S S

“Introductory Methods of Numerical Analysis” Book Review: The new edition of the book is fully revised and updated. It provides a comprehensive introduction to the basics of numerical methods needed in scientific and technological applications. It also highlights numerical methods and helps to develop problem solving skills. The book contains references to MATLAB, IMSL, numerical recipes and program libraries for implementing the numerical methods. This book is designed for undergraduate students of all branches of engineering. It provides illustrative examples and problems in each chapter with chapter-end exercises. It contains four model question papers at the end of the book.

6. “Numerical Methods – Vol. 4” by Kandasamy
7. “Numerical Methods” by Balagurusamy

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“Numerical Methods” Book Review: This book is designed for the core course of the subject. It provides an introduction to numerical methods to students. It illustrates logical arrangement of topics, clarity of presentation and illustration with examples. It contains a number of unique features which make this book different from other books in this field.
8. “Numerical Methods for Engineers” by Canale Chapra

“Numerical Methods for Engineers” Book Review: The new edition of the book retains the instructional techniques which made the book so successful. It gives a unique approach towards each part of topics with sections such as motivation, mathematical background and orientation. The book provides numerous new problems from actual engineering practice. It covers topics from different areas such as biotechnology and biomedical engineering. It contains different new examples and case studies of different engineering which help students to explore various fields in engineering.

9. “Numerical Methods: Problems and Solutions” by Mahinder Kumar Jain

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“Numerical Methods: Problems and Solutions” Book Review: This book contains a brief content numerical solution of transcendental and polynomial equations. It explains a system of linear algebraic equations and eigenvalue problems, interpolation. It also discusses approximation, differentiation and integration, ordinary differential equations. The book provides 300 problems with complete solutions.

10. “Numerical Methods in Engineering and Science: with Programs in C and C++” by B S Grewal

“Numerical Methods in Engineering and Science: with Programs in C and C++” Book Review: This comprehensive book covers the fundamental concepts of numerical analysis based on its construction. It explains routines for solving nonlinear equations, linear and nonlinear systems of equations, and eigenvalue problems. The book concentrates on software development and highlights software tools, OOP techniques for handling vectors, polynomials, and matrices. The bok helps students to solve various software development and programming challenges with actual examples. It is used as practical reference for developers and consultants setting up applications programs for electrical, electronic engineering.

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