Computer Simulation in Physics and Engineering

Computer Simulation in Physics and Engineering
Author : Martin Oliver Steinhauser
Publisher : Walter de Gruyter
Total Pages : 529
Release : 2013-01-01
ISBN 10 : 9783110256062
ISBN 13 : 3110256061
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Computer Simulation in Physics and Engineering Book Description:

This work is a needed reference for widely used techniques and methods of computer simulation in physics and other disciplines, such as materials science. The work conveys both: the theoretical foundations of computer simulation as well as applications and "tricks of the trade", that often are scattered across various papers. Thus it will meet a need and fill a gap for every scientist who needs computer simulations for his/her task at hand. In addition to being a reference, case studies and exercises for use as course reading are included.


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