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Author Ying, Long'an, 1936-

Title Numerical methods for exterior problems / Ying Lung-An
Published Singapore ; Hackensack, N.J. : World Scientific, [2006]
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Series Peking University series in mathematics ; v. 2
Peking University series in mathematics ; v. 2
Contents Preface -- 1. Exterior problems of partial differential equations. 1.1. Harmonic equation-potential theory. 1.2. Poisson equations. 1.3. Poisson equations-variational formulation. 1.4. Helmholtz equations. 1.5. Linear elasticity. 1.6. Bi-harmonic equations. 1.7. Steady Navier-Stokes equations-linearized problems. 1.8. Steady Navier-Stokes equations. 1.9. Heat equation. 1.10. Wave equation. 1.11. Maxwell equations. 1.12. Darwin model -- 2. Boundary element method. 2.1. Some typical domains. 2.2. General domains. 2.3. Subdivision of the domain. 2.4. Dirichlet to Neǔmann operator. 2.5. Finite part of divergent integrals. 2.6. Numerical approximation. 2.7. Error estimates. 2.8. Domain decomposition. 2.9. Boundary perturbation -- 3. Infinite element method. 3.1. Harmonic equation-two dimensional problems. 3.2. General elements. 3.3. Harmonic equation-three dimensional problems. 3.4. Inhomogeneous equations. 3.5. Plane elasticity. 3.6. Bi-harmonic equations. 3.7. Stokes equation. 3.8. Darwin model. 3.9. Elliptic equations with variable coefficients. 3.10. Convergence -- 4. Artificial boundary conditions. 4.1. Absorbing boundary conditions. 4.2. Some approximations. 4.3. Bayliss-Turkel radiation boundary conditions. 4.4. A lower order absorbing boundary condition. 4.5. Liao extrapolation in space and time. 4.6. Maxwell equations. 4.7. Finite difference schemes. 4.8. Stationary Navier-Stokes equations -- 5. Perfectly matched layer method. 5.1. Wave equations. 5.2. Bérenger's perfectly matched layers. 5.3. Stability analysis. 5.4. Uniaxial perfectly matched layers. 5.5. Maxwell equations. 5.6. Helmholtz equations -- 6. Spectral method. 6.1. Introduction. 6.2. Orthogonal systems of polynomials. 6.3. Laguerre spectral methods. 6.4. Jacobi spectral methods. 6.5. Rational and irrational spectral methods. 6.6. Error estimates
Summary This book provides a comprehensive introduction to the numerical methods for the exterior problems in partial differential equations frequently encountered in science and engineering computing. The coverage includes both traditional and novel methods. A concise introduction to the well-posedness of the problems is given, establishing a solid foundation for the methods. Sample Chapter(s). Chapter 1: Exterior Problems of Partial Differential Equations (1,839 KB). Contents: Exterior Problems of Partial Differential Equations; Boundary Element Method; Infinite Element Method; Artificial Boundary C
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 251-263) and index
Subject Differential equations, Partial.
Form Electronic book
ISBN 9789812772565 (electronic bk.)
9812772561 (electronic bk.)