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The following published books are some of the boundary element materials available from the founders of BEST Corporation:

Developments in Boundary Element Methods - 1
Boundary Element Methods in Engineering Science
Developments in Boundary Element Methods - 2
Developments in Boundary Element Methods - 3
Developments in Boundary Element Methods - 4
Industrial Applications of Boundary Element Methods, Developments in Boundary Element Methods - 5
Boundary Element Methods in Nonlinear Fluid Dynamics, Developments in Boundary Element Methods - 6
Advanced Dynamic Analysis by Boundary Element Methods, Developments in Boundary Element Methods - 7
The Boundary Element Methods in Engineering

 

bem_1.gif (47619 bytes) Developments in Boundary Element Methods - 1

"Developments in Boundary Element Methods", Vol. 1, Elsevier Applied Science Publishers, U.K., Editors: P.K. Banerjee and R. Butterfield,1979, 292 pages

Contents:

New Concepts illustrated by old problems
Non-linear problems of potential flow
Advanced implementation of the boundary element method to two- and three-dimensional elastostatics
Two- and three-dimensional problems of elasto-plasticity
Two- and three-dimensional problems of fracture mechanics
Boundary integral equation methods applied to wave problems
The boundary element method in thermoelasticity
The boundary element method for plates and shells
Application of the boundary element method in electrical engineering problems
Coupling boundary element methods with other numerical methods

 

bem_in_engineering_science.gif (54619 bytes) Boundary Element Methods in Engineering Science

"Boundary Element Methods in Engineering Science", McGraw Hill, London, Authors: P.K. Banerjee and R. Butterfield, 1981, 512 pages, Translated into Russian in 1984 and Chinese in 1987

Contents:

An Introduction to Boundary Element Methods
Some One-dimensional Problems
Two-dimensional Problems of Steady State Potential Flow
Two-dimensional Problems of Elastostatics
Three-dimensional Problems of Steady State Potential Flow
Three-dimensional Problems in Elasticity
Problems of Edges and Corners
Parametric Representation of Functions and Geometry
Transient Potential Flow (Diffusion) Problems
Transient Problems in Elasticity
Plate-bending Problems
Elastoplasticity
Examples in Fluid Mechanics
Combination of Boundary Element Methods with Other Numerical Methods
Computer Implementation of Boundary Element Methods

 

bem_2.gif (47854 bytes) Developments in Boundary Element Methods - 2

"Developments in Boundary Element Methods", Vol. 2, Elsevier Applied Science Publishers, U.K., Editors: P.K. Banerjee and R.P. Shaw,1982, 290 pages

Contents:

Boundary element formulation for melting and solidification problems
Transient flow through porous elastic media
Applications of boundary element methods to problems of water waves
Problems of general viscous flow
Time-dependent inealstic deformation of metals by boundary element methods
Determination of eigenvalues by boundary element methods
Transient stress analysis of tunnels and caverns of arbitrary shape due to travelling waves
Analysis of hydrodynamic loads by boundary element methods
Acoustic emissions from submerged structures

 

bem_3.gif (71197 bytes) Developments in Boundary Element Methods - 3

"Developments in Boundary Element Methods", Vol. 3, Elsevier Applied Science Publishers, U.K., Editors: P.K. Banerjee and S. Mukherjee, 1984, 312 pages

Contents:

Advanced implementation of boundary element methods for three-dimensional problems of elastoplasticity and viscoplasticity
Boundary element formulations for large strain-large deformation problems of plasticity and viscoplasticity
Elastoplastic analysis by indirect methods
Non-linear problems of fracture mechanics
Large deflection analysis of thin elastic plates
Problems of time-dependent Navier-Stokes flow
Boundary element formulations and solutions for some ono-linear water wave problems
Boundary element analysis of non-linear sloshing problems
Advanced integration schemes over boundary elements and volume cells for two- and three-dimensional non-linear analysis
Some linear and non-linear problems in aero- and hydrodynamics

 

bem_4.gif (71412 bytes) Developments in Boundary Element Methods - 4

"Developments in Boundary Element Methods", Vol. 4, Elsevier Applied Science Publishers, U.K., Editors: P.K. Banerjee and J.O. Watson, 1986, 346 pages

Contents:

Hermitian cubic and singular elements for plane strain
Boundary element method implementation for three-dimensional transient elastodynamics
A boundary element method for axisymmetric elastic bodies
Thin elastic plates in bending
Boundary element analysis of non-linear bending of sandwich plates and shallow shells
On non-linear heat transfer problems
Implementation of combined boundary element-finite element analysis with applications in geomechanics
The indirect boundary integral formulation for elliptic, hyperbolic and non-linear fluid flows

 

bem_5.gif (43872 bytes) Industrial Applications of Boundary Element Methods, Developments in Boundary Element Methods - 5

"Industrial Applications of Boundary Element Methods", Elsevier Applied Science Publishers, London and New York, Editors: P.K. Banerjee and R.B. Wilson, 1989, 306 pages

Contents:

Advanced applications of BEM to gas turbine engine structures
Advanced applications of BEM to inelastic analysis of solids
Advanced development of BEM for elastic and inelastic dynamic analysis of solids
Boundary element methods for poroelastic and thermoelastic analyses
Advanced substructured analysis of elastodynamic wave propagation problems
BEM analysis of problems of fracture mechanics
Boundary element applications in the automotive industry
Advanced stress analysis by a commercial BEM code
Thermoelastic analysis for design of machine components

 

bem_in_nonlinear_fluid_dynamics.gif (27488 bytes) Boundary Element Methods in Nonlinear Fluid Dynamics, Developments in Boundary Element Methods - 6

"Boundary Element Methods in Nonlinear Fluid Dynamics", Elsevier Applied Science Publishers, London and New York, Editors: P.K. Banerjee and L. Morino, 1990, 357 pages

Contents:

Helmholtz and poincare potential-vorticity decompositions for the analysis of unsteady compressible viscous flows
Advanced boundary element methods for steady incompressible thermoviscous flow
A time-dependent incompressible viscous BEM for moderate reynolds numbers
A boundary integral formulation in primitive variables for unsteady viscous flows
Newtonian and non-newtonian unsteady flow problems
A general theory of unsteady compressible potential flows with applications to aeroplanes and rotors
Recent advances in solution methods for unsteady viscous flows
Boundary element analysis of slow non-newtonian flow
Further development of BEM in thermal fluid dynamics

 

advanced_dynamic_analysis_by_bem.gif (59244 bytes) Advanced Dynamic Analysis by Boundary Element Methods, Developments in Boundary Element Methods - 7

"Boundary Element Methods in Nonlinear Fluid Dynamics", Elsevier Applied Science Publishers, London and New York, Editors: P.K. Banerjee and S. Kobayashi, 1992, 407 pages

Contents:

Advanced dynamics fracture mechanics analysis
Multiregion periodic dynamic analysis by BEM of 2D, 3D and axisymmetric problems
Time-domain formulations of BEM for two-dimensional, axisymmetric and three-dimensional scalar wave propagation
Time-domain formulations of BEM for two-dimensional, axisymmetric and three-dimensional transient elastodynamics
Transient elastic wave scattering problems by boundary element methods
Hypersingular boundary integral equations: their occurrence, interpretation, regularization and computation
Transient elastodynamics analysis for three-dimensional configurations
Eigenvalue analysis by boundary element method
Mathematical foundations of BEM formulations for static and dynamic analyses
Progress in 3D BE calculations and optoelectronic measurements of soil-structure interaction

 

boundary_element_methods_in_engineering.gif (68158 bytes) The Boundary Element Methods in Engineering

"The Boundary Element Methods in Engineering", P.K. Banerjee, McGraw Hill Book Co., London and New York, 1994, 501 pages

Contents:

An introdution to boundary element methods
Some basic mathematical principles
Two- and three-dimensional problems of steady state potential flow
Two- and three-dimensional problems of elastostatics
Axisymmetric problems
Elastic analysis of solids with holes and inclusions
General body forces
Transient potential flow (diffusion) problems
Poroelastic and thermoelastic analyses
Dynamic analysis
Fracture mechanics
Plate-bending problems
Non-linear analysis of solids
Combination of boundary element methods with other numerical methods
Viscous flow at low to medium reynolds numbers
Convective fluid flow and heat transfer
Computer implementation of boundary element methods
 

 

 

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