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BEM/MRM 2015 : 38th International Conference on Boundary Elements and Other Mesh Reduction Methods

   

Conference CFP

  

 

When:

  21 Sep 2015 through 23 Sep 2015

CFP Deadline:

  21 Aug 2015

Where:

  New Forest, UK

Website URL:

  http://www.wessex.ac.uk/15-conferences/bemmrm-38.html

Categories:

  Engineering & Technology > Mechanical/Industrial

Event description:

--Overview--

The Conference on Boundary Elements and Mesh Reduction Methods (BEM/MRM) is recognised as the international forum for the latest advances in these techniques and their applications in science and engineering.

The continued success of the Conference since the first meeting held in Southampton in 1978 is an indication of the strength of the research being carried out by many different groups around the world.

The history of the Conference, now in its 38th annual meeting, traces the evolution of these advanced methods since the first successful development of boundary integral techniques into BEM took place to the recent and most sophisticated Mesh Reduction Methods.

The objective of the research presented at these meetings is the further development of technologies that reduce or eliminate the type of meshes required by first generation computational methods such as finite differences and finite elements. This aim is being achieved firstly through the emergence of BEM as a method that eliminates the need for an internal mesh and more recently through the development of a series of advanced techniques for further mesh reduction approaches culminating in meshless methods.

All the meetings since 1978 have produced a series of edited volumes in which all major developments in the field have been presented. This valuable collection has been available in digital form since 1993 when the volumes began to be archived in the Wessex Institute’s eLibrary (http://library.witpress.com) where they can be easily accessed.

--Conference Topics--

Advanced formulations
Advanced meshless and mesh reduction methods
Structural mechanics applications
Solid mechanics
Heat and mass transfer
Electrical engineering and electromagnetics
Computational methods
Fluid flow modelling
Damage mechanics and fracture
Dynamics and vibrations
Engineering applications

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24 October 2014
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