Where did it start The mathematical basis of the BEM is in the reformulation of the BEM as a boundary integral equation Eg Kellogs book Foundations of Potential Theory 1929 Availability of computers and the Fortran programming language led to the initial solutions of boundary integral equat ID: 673779 Download Presentation

Stephen Kirkup. School of Engineering, . University of Central Lancashire, England. Purpose. The Boundary Element Method is a Numerical Method. From a mathematical viewpoint the BEM finds an approximate solution to a partial differential equation (PDE) governing a domain.

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Where did it start?. The mathematical basis of the BEM is in the reformulation of the BEM as a boundary integral equation. Eg Kellog’s book Foundations of Potential Theory 1929. Availability of computers and the Fortran programming language led to the initial solutions of boundary integral equations in the 1960s.

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