Designed to serve as an introductory text which presents the finite element technique in a clear, easy-to-understand manner. The emphasis remains on. Title, The finite element method for engineers. A Wiley-interscience publication. Author, Kenneth H. Huebner. Edition, illustrated. Publisher, Wiley, The finite element method is a standard area of study at most universities and this book is a useful and reliable tool for students and practitioners alike.
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