TY - CONF
CY - Amsterdam
ID - upm29971
UR - https://imacs-online.eu/imacs-online_files/Journals.html
A1 - Dominguez Abascal, José
A1 - Alarcón Álvarez, Enrique
Y1 - 1983///
N2 - As is well known B.E.M. is obtained as a mixture of
the integral representation formula of classical elasticity and the discretization philosophy of the finite element method
(F.E.M.). The paper presents the application of B.E.M.
to elastodynamic problems. Both the transient and steady
state solutions are presented as well as some techniques to
simplify problems with a free-stress boundary.
PB - Elsevier
SN - 0444866108
TI - The Boundary Element Method in elastodynamics
M2 - Montreal (Canadá)
AV - public
EP - 405
T2 - 10th IMACS World Congress on Systems Simulation and Scientific Computation
ER -