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Kattan
MATLAB Guide to Finite Elements
An Interactive Approach

2nd edition of the successful textbook


Includes a brief MATLAB tutorial

This successful textbook explores the numerical implementation of Finite Element


Analysis using the computer program MATLAB, which is very popular today in
engineering and engineering education. The book contains a short tutorial on MATLAB
as well as a systematic strategy for the treatment of finite element methods. Useful to
both students and researchers in engineering, it provides various examples and exercises
from mechanical, civil and aerospace engineering, as well as from materials science. The
book especially stresses the interactive use of MATLAB, with each example solved in an
interactive manner. An extensive solutions manual is provided as well, which includes
detailed solutions to all the problems in the book for classroom use. This second edition
includes a new brick (solid) element with eight nodes and a one-dimensional fluid flow
element. A review of the applications of finite elements in various fields such as fluid flow,
heat transfer, structural dynamics, electro-magnetics, is added as well.

2nd ed. 2007, XII, 429 p.

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