Integral Methods in Science and Engineering

Integral Methods in Science and Engineering Integral methods are among the most powerful techniques for investigating real life phenomena translated into mathematical models This book contains a number of contributions to the development and ap

  • Title: Integral Methods in Science and Engineering
  • Author: Christian Constanda
  • ISBN: 9780582239210
  • Page: 424
  • Format: Paperback
  • Integral methods are among the most powerful techniques for investigating real life phenomena translated into mathematical models This book contains a number of contributions to the development and application of such techniques in the context of linear and nonlinear problems in elasticity, fluid dynamics and mathematical physics The procedures featured in the volume incIntegral methods are among the most powerful techniques for investigating real life phenomena translated into mathematical models This book contains a number of contributions to the development and application of such techniques in the context of linear and nonlinear problems in elasticity, fluid dynamics and mathematical physics The procedures featured in the volume include vortex methods, analytic and numerical methods, hybrid numerical schemes, integral equation approaches, and conservation laws The articles were presented by their authors at the Third International Conference on Integral Methods in Science and Engineering, IMSE 93, 27 29 August 1993, at Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan.

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