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Manolis; Demosthenes Polyzos Springer 9789048181902 : This volume is dedicated to Professor Dimitri Beskos.
Recent Advances in Boundary Element Methods George Manolis; Demosthenes Polyzos Springer 9789048181902 : This volume is dedicated to Professor Dimitri Beskos. 2010 Язык: ENG Размер: 2. 9 x 1. 0 x . 9 cm Основная тема: Engineering Подзаголовок: A Volume to Honor Professor Dimitri Beskos Рейтинг: Поставляется из: Германии Описание: This volume is dedicated to Professor Dimitri Beskos.
Автор: George Manolis; Demosthenes Polyzos Название: Recent . Описание: This volume presents and discusses recent advances in Boundary Element Methods (BEM) and their solid mechanics applications in those areas where these numerical methods prove to be the ideal solution tool.
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Recent Advances in Boundary Element Methods A Volume to Honor Professor Dimitri Beskos Manolis, George; Polyzos, Demosthenes Ed. XXXVIII, 2009, pp. 470. Gnitko . .Forced vibrations of tankspartically filled with liquid under seismic loading. of XXXIII Conference Boundary elements and other mesh reduction methods WITPress, Transaction on Modelling and Simulation, 2011. Ventsel E. Free vibrations of shells of revolution filled with a fluid. ithboundaryelements, 2010, no. 34.
Recent Advances in Boundary Element Methods A Volume to Honor Professor Dimitri Beskos Manolis . of Gradient Elasticity Problems, by G. F. Karlis, S. V. Tsinopoulos and D. Polyzos; The Fractional Diffusion-wave Equation in Bounded Inhomogeneous Anisotropic Media.
Recent Advances in Boundary Element Methods A Volume to Honor Professor Dimitri Beskos Manolis, . Polyzos, D. (Ed. 2009, Approx. 510 . Hardcover ISBN: 978-1-402709-6 Due: March 26, 2009.
Boundary Element Methods. A volume to honour John T. Katsikadelis. his 72nd birthday was for me a great challenge and honor
Boundary Element Methods. WITPRESS WIT Press publishes leading books in Science and Technology. his 72nd birthday was for me a great challenge and honor. This volume is a small tribute to the man who guided me into academics and who has been a supervisor and a friend to me for the last 28 years.
Recent advances in boundary element methods. A volume to honor Professor Dimitri Beskos on the occasion of his 65th birthday. This paper presents a new Boundary Element Method (BEM) in the direct time domain for the solution of the wave propagation problem in 3D homogenous inviscid acoustic media. The methodology is based on impulse response techniques.
This volume, dedicated to Professor Dimitri Beskos, contains contributions from leading researchers in Europe, the USA, Japan and elsewhere, and addresses the needs of the computational mechanics research community in terms of timely information on boundary integral equation-based methods and techniques applied to a variety of fields.
The contributors are well-known scientists, who also happen to be friends, collaborators as past students of Dimitri Beskos. Dimitri is one the BEM pioneers who started his career at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis, USA, in the 1970s and is now with the University of Patras in Patras, Greece.
The book is essentially a collection of both original and review articles on contemporary Boundary Element Methods (BEM) as well as on the newer Mesh Reduction Methods (MRM), covering a variety of research topics. Close to forty contributions compose an over-500 page volume that is rich in detail and wide in terms of breadth of coverage of the subject of integral equation formulations and solutions in both solid and fluid mechanics.