J.T. Katsikadelis, Athens

This book presents the Boundary Element Method, BEM, for the static and dynamic analysis of plates and membranes. It is actually a continuation of the book Boundary Elements: Theory and Applications by the same author and published by Elsevier in 2002. The latter was well received as a textbook by the relevant international scientific community, which is ascertained by the fact that it was translated into three languages, Japanese by the late Prof. Masa Tanaka of the Shinshu University, Nagano (Asakura, Tokyo 2004), in Russian by the late Prof. Sergey Aleynikov of the Voronezh State Architecture and Civil Engineering University (Publishing House of Russian Civil Engineering Universities, Moscow 2007), and in ...

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