The volume contains papers presented at the final conference of the DFG Research Program in Boundary Element Methods. The contributions deal with and offer solutions for problems arising in the application of BEM to engineering tasks.
|Publisher:||Springer Berlin Heidelberg|
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1997|
|Product dimensions:||6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.04(d)|
Table of ContentsEfficient Calculation of Acoustic Fields by Boundary Element Method; A Boundary Element Formulation for Generalized Viscoelastic Solids in Time Domain; On the Efficient Realization of Sparse Matrix Techniques for Integral Equations with Focus on Panel Clustering, Cubature and Software Design Aspects; Bimetal Problems; Analysis of 3D Elastoplastic Notch and Crack Problems Using Boundary Element Method; Adaptive Domain Decomposition Methods for Finite and Boundary Element Equations; On the Use of a BEM Time-Stepping Procedure for Nonlinear and Unsteady Wave-Structure Interaction; Integral Equations Arising from Instationary Flows around Thin Wings; Multiscale Methods for the Solution of the Helmholtz and Laplace Equations; Galerkin-Type Boudary Element Analysis for 3D Elasticity Problems; Parallel Coupling of FEM and BEM for 3D Elasticity Problems; Coupling of BEM and FEM for Elastic Structures; Fast Algorithms for the Solution of Pseudodifferential Equations; Different Methodologies for Coupled BEM and FEM with Implementation on Parallel Computers; Error Analysis for the BEM on Nonsmooth Curves.