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Old   January 2, 1999, 01:24
Default Solid-Liquid Two Phase Flow Numerical Simulation with the Finite Element Method
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Qing Hao
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Hi,every one,

I will do a project in the field as the title indicated. Because I am not familiar with FEM, I hope to start from a simple and detailed textbook. Can you help me? Thanks in advance.
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Old   January 8, 1999, 16:50
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1. An Introduction to the finite element method, J.N. Reddy, McGraw Hill Pub.

2. The finite element method Zeienkewicz and Taylor, MaGraw Hill Pub.

2. The finite element method in heat transfer and fluid dynamics, J. N. Reddy and Gartling, CRC Press.

Papers by T. J. R. Hughes
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Old   January 9, 1999, 00:31
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Thank you, Achuth Rao. --Qing Hao

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