Boundary Integral Methods

Theory and Applications Proceedings of the IABEM Symposium Rome, Italy, October 15–19, 1990

  • Luigi Morino
  • Renzo Piva

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XIII
  2. General Lectures

  3. Contributions

    1. H. Antes, T. Meise
      Pages 55-64
    2. P. Bassanini, M. R. Lancia, R. Piva, C. M. Casciola
      Pages 85-94
    3. Philip Beauchamp, Luigi Morino
      Pages 95-104
    4. E. De Bernardis, D. Tarica, A. Visingardi, P. Renzoni
      Pages 172-181
    5. A. C. Demetracopoulos, C. Hadjitheodorou
      Pages 182-191
    6. J. Dominguez, R. Gallego
      Pages 192-201
    7. M. Guiggiani, G. Krishnasamy, F. J. Rizzo, T. J. Rudolphi
      Pages 211-220
    8. M. H. L. Hounjet
      Pages 221-230
    9. N. Kamiya, K. Kawaguchi
      Pages 271-278
    10. E. Korach, S. Miccoli, G. Novati
      Pages 301-310
    11. E. Lutz, L. J. Gray, A. R. Ingraffea
      Pages 339-348
    12. Jean-Claude Nedelec, Eliane Becache, Naoshi Nishimura
      Pages 379-388
    13. T. Panzeca, C. Polizzotto, M. Zito
      Pages 420-429
    14. P. D. Sclavounos
      Pages 450-459
    15. Aldo Sestieri, Walter D’Ambrogio, Enrico De Bernardis
      Pages 460-469
    16. Masa. Tanaka, M. Nakamura, T. Nakano
      Pages 470-479
    17. Masa. Tanaka, Y. Yamada, M. Shirotori
      Pages 480-489
    18. J. L. Wearing, M. A. Sheikh, M. C. Burstow
      Pages 500-509

About these proceedings


This volume contains edited papers from IABEM-90, the 1990 Symposium of the Interna­ tional Association for Boundary Element Methods (IABEM). As stated in the By-Laws of the Association, the purposes of IABEM are: 1. to promote the international exchange of technical information related to the devel­ opment and application of boundary-integral equation (BIE) formulations and their numerical implementation to problems in engineering and science, commonly referred to as the boundary element method (BEM); 2. to promote research and development activities for the advancement of boundary­ integral equation methods and boundary element solution algorithms; 3. to foster closer personal relationships within the BEM community of researchers. The objectives of the Symposium, in line with those of the Association, was to provide a forum where the two "souls" of the Association, i. e. , (i) mathematical foundations and numerical aspects, and (ii) engineering applications could be integrated. We believe that the first aspect has been neglected in too many of the BEM Symposia held in the past, which, with a few exceptions (notably, the IUTAM Symposia on the subject) have emphasized the practical aspects of the method. As a consequence, we have tried to give a stronger emphasis to the more theoretical issues: this is attested for instance, by the fact that the two general lectures were given by Prof. Gaetano Fichera, of the University of Rome "La Sapienza," and Prof.


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Editors and affiliations

  • Luigi Morino
    • 1
  • Renzo Piva
    • 1
  1. 1.Dip. di Meccanica e AeronauticaUniversity of Rome “La Sapienza”RomaItaly

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  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1991
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
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  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-85465-1
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-85463-7
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