Modeling and Computation in Engineering II by Liquan Xie

By Liquan Xie

Modeling and Computation in Engineering II (CMCE 2013, Hong Kong, 22-23 June 2013) comprises 50 contributions on modeling and simulation expertise, that have been offered on the 2d SREE convention on Modeling and Computation in Engineering (CMCE 2013) and the third SREE Workshop on utilized Mechanics and Civil Engineering (AMCE 2013), either held in Hong Kong, 22-23 June 2013 . the themes lined comprise: - Modeling Read more...

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