Boundary Elements and Other Mesh Reduction Methods XXXIII
Edited By: C.A. Brebbia and V. POPOV, Wessex Institute of Technology, UK
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WIT Transactions on Modelling and Simulation
The Wessex Institute of Technology has been convening conferences on the Boundary Element Method since 1978. The now-annual conference series is recognised internationally as the premiere forum for sharing the latest advances on the boundary element method and other meshless techniques and their applications, which continue to evolve and grow in importance. Scientists and engineers who work with the boundary element method and other meshless techiques will find this book helpful in keeping up with progress in their field.
The success of the meeting is an indication of the strength of the research being carried out by many different groups around the world. This continuous growth is a result of the evolution of the techniques from methods based on classical integral equations to techniques that now cover a wide variety of mathematical approaches, the main objective of which is to reduce or eliminate the mesh. The mesh, a concept inherited from more primitive methods, such as finite differences and finite elements, is alien to the solution of the problem and dictated only by the limitations of first-generation analysis techniques.
The papers presented at the thirty third conference in the series, contained in this volume, cover topics such as: Advances in Solid Mechanics; Fluid Flow Applications; Computational Methods; Advanced Formulations; Advanced Meshless and Mesh reduction Methods.
Conference: BEM/MRM 2011