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# The finite element method in heat transfer and fluid dynamics

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Written in English

### Subjects:

• Fluid dynamics -- Mathematical models.,
• Heat -- Transmission -- Mathematical models.,
• Finite element method.

## Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Classifications The Physical Object Statement J.N. Reddy, D.K. Gartling. Contributions Gartling, David K. LC Classifications TA357 .R43 1994 Pagination 390 p. : Number of Pages 390 Open Library OL1084461M ISBN 10 0849394104 LC Control Number 94008277

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