Boundary elements XVIII by International Conference on Boundary Element Methods (18th 1996 Braga, Portugal)

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Published by Computational Mechanics Publications in Southampton, Boston .

Written in English

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Other titlesBoundary elements 18, Boundary elements eighteen
Statementeditors, C.A. Brebbia ... [et al.].
ContributionsBrebbia, C. A., International Workshop on Fluid Mechanics (3rd : 1996 : Braga, Portugal)
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LC ClassificationsTA347.B69 I565 1996
The Physical Object
Pagination667 p. :
Number of Pages667
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Open LibraryOL1021649M
LC Control Number96083670

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