D. James Benton
Publisher: unknown
Pages: 115

If you've struggled to understand the finite element method, then you must read this book. I don't cover a lot of theory in this text. It's mostly a compilation of examples. The one theoretical aspect of numerical methods for solving differential equations that I will present is the finite element method. This powerful technique is more often than not buried under a mountain of esoteric details that make it inaccessible to most students of applied mathematics. I aim to reveal, not obfuscate. I trust you will find this book helpful in that respect. Understanding applied mathematics results in a richer appreciation of the world and how it works. Those who see only disconnected objects and forces miss the elegance with which such things can be described in the versatile language we call calculus. Differential equations describe the way objects and forces interact. While there are many ...
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