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by A. J. Kassab,A. Kassab,E. Divo

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A. J. Kassab,A. Kassab,E. Divo
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WIT Press / Computational Mechanics (January 2003)
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A simple boundary element method for solving potential problems in non-homogeneous media is presented. One of the issues that should be solved during a building design process is a calculation of heat consumption and energy efficiency of a future building

A simple boundary element method for solving potential problems in non-homogeneous media is presented. A physical parameter (. heat conductivity, permeability, permittivity, resistivity, magnetic permeability) has a spatial distribution that varies with one or more co-ordinates. One of the issues that should be solved during a building design process is a calculation of heat consumption and energy efficiency of a future building. The technology of energy modeling, BEM, helps designers to automate this process

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Book Publishing WeChat. 41003 3 922 Downloads 5 669 Views Citations. Heat Distribution in Rectangular Fins Using Efficient Finite Element and Differential Quadrature Methods. ShahNor BASRI, M. M. FAKIR, F. MUSTAPHA, D. L. A. MAJID, A. JAAFAR. 13018 6 397 Downloads 13 310 Views Citations.

Synopsis: This book presents a boundary element method for heat conduction problems in non-homogeneous media. 1. Boundary Element Method for Heat Conduction: With Applications in Non-Homogeneous Media.

and Divo, . ‘A Generalized Boundary Integral Formulation for Diffusion Problems in Inhomogeneous Media’, Chapter 2, in Advances in Boundary Elements: Numerical and Mathematical Aspects, Golberg, . (e., Computational Mechanics, Boston, 1998, p. 7–76. ‘A BIE Formulation of Linearly Layered Potential Problems,’ Engineering Analysis, 1996, Vol. 16, pp. 1–. oogle Scholar. Manolis, . and Gipson, .

Topics in engineering; V. 44. ID Numbers.

E Divo, E A Divo, A J Kassab. This monograph represents a contribution to integral equation methods. It provides the formulation of a boundary-only integral equation for field problems governed by variable coefficient partial differential equations. Although the authors concentrate on the heat conduction equation, the method they propose is general and applicable to a variety of engineering field problems.

Boundary Element Method for Heat Conduction: With Applications in Non-Homogeneous Media. Topics in Engineering, Volume 44. Ea Divo, Aj Kassab, Dp Sekulic. Selected Abstracts of the meeting of the Belgian Society of Internal Medicine (October 19, 1996). P. Troisfoniaines, Aj Kassab, Daniel Soyeur.

Boundary Element Method for Heat Conduction: With Applications in Non-homogenous Media. A generalized boundary integral equation for isotropic heat conduction with spatially varying thermal conductivity. A coupled FVM/BEM approach to conjugate heat transfer in turbine blades. Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements 18 (4), 273-286, 1996. Solving transient nonlinear heat conduction problems by proper orthogonal decomposition and the finite-element method. A Fic, RA Białecki, AJ Kassab.

by E. Divo, A. J. Kassab, A. Kassab. ISBN 9781853127717 (978-1-85312-771-7) Hardcover, WIT Press, Computational Mechanics, 2003.

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This book presents a boundary element method for heat conduction problems in non-homogeneous media. The method developed contributes to the rapidly evolving field of integral equation methods by providing a technique where a boundary-only integral equation is used to solve field problems governed by a variable-coefficient partial differential equation. Although the authors’ text specifically addresses the heat conduction equation, the proposed method is applicable to a variety of engineering field problems, including flow through porous non-homogeneous media and elasticity in non-homogeneous media.