The Finite Element Method for Elliptic Problems
Elsevier, 01.01.1978 - 529 Seiten
The objective of this book is to analyze within reasonable limits (it is not a treatise) the basic mathematical aspects of the finite element method. The book should also serve as an introduction to current research on this subject.
On the one hand, it is also intended to be a working textbook for advanced courses in Numerical Analysis, as typically taught in graduate courses in American and French universities. For example, it is the author’s experience that a one-semester course (on a three-hour per week basis) can be taught from Chapters 1, 2 and 3 (with the exception of Section 3.3), while another one-semester course can be taught from Chapters 4 and 6.
On the other hand, it is hoped that this book will prove to be useful for researchers interested in advanced aspects of the numerical analysis of the finite element method. In this respect, Section 3.3, Chapters 5, 7 and 8, and the sections on “Additional Bibliography and Comments should provide many suggestions for conducting seminars.
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Chapter 3 Conforming finite element methods for second order problems
Chapter 4 Other finite element methods for secondorder problems
Chapter 5 Application of the finite element method to some nonlinear problems
Chapter 6 Finite element methods for the plate problem
Chapter 7 A mixed finite element method