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Wave Propagation Analysis with Boundary Element Method

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Wave Propagation Analysis with Boundary Element Method
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Publisher: Ledizioni LediPublishing
ISBN/ASIN: 8895994159
ISBN-13: 9788895994154
Number of pages: 130

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The aim of this thesis is to developed an efficient procedure for the application of BEM to transient scalar wave propagation problems, investigating the coerciveness property of the related energy functional, avoiding the analysis in the frequency domain.

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