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Multiphysics modelling with finite element methods / William B.J. Zimmerman

By: Zimmerman, William B. J
Material type: TextTextSeries: Series on stability , vibration and control of systems 18Publisher: Hackensack, N.J. World Scientific Publishing cop. 2006Description: 422 s. illISBN: 9812568433; 978-981-256-843-4Subject(s): Finita elementmetodenDDC classification: 511.42 Other classification: Tdcbbb | 511 | Tas
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... This textbook introduces the intellectual framework for modeling with COMSOL Multiphysics, a package which has unique features in representing multiply linked domains with complex geometry, highly coupled and nonlinear equation systems, and arbitrarily complicated boundary, auxiliary, and initial conditions ... The final part of the book deals with case studies in a broad range of application areas including nonlinear pattern formation, thin film dynamics and heterogeneous catalysis, composite and effective media for heat, mass, conductivity, and dispersion, population balances, tomography, multiphase flow, electrokinetic, microfluidic networks, plasma dynamics, and corrosion chemistry
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... This textbook introduces the intellectual framework for modeling with COMSOL Multiphysics, a package which has unique features in representing multiply linked domains with complex geometry, highly coupled and nonlinear equation systems, and arbitrarily complicated boundary, auxiliary, and initial conditions ... The final part of the book deals with case studies in a broad range of application areas including nonlinear pattern formation, thin film dynamics and heterogeneous catalysis, composite and effective media for heat, mass, conductivity, and dispersion, population balances, tomography, multiphase flow, electrokinetic, microfluidic networks, plasma dynamics, and corrosion chemistry

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