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Lectures on The Finite Element Method

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Lectures on The Finite Element Method
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Publisher: Tata Institute of Fundamental Research
Number of pages: 145

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Our basic aim has been to present some of the mathematical aspects of the finite element method, as well as some applications of the finite element method for solving problems in Elasticity. This is why important topics, such as curved boundaries, mixed and hybrid methods, time-dependent problems, etc..., are not covered here.

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