Numerical methods in engineering

Most physical phenomena are described by differential equations that hold on a finite domain. During the past half century computational physics has developed a host of numerical tools to solve these differential equations, the finite element method being the most prominent. The equations that hold at (moving) interfaces between these domains cannot be solved equally well. Given the ongoing miniaturisation and the wish to understand and to predict the behaviour of materials and devices from more fundamental physical principles, the proper description and simulation of interface phenomena becomes increasingly important. Computational multiscale methods. Computational multiphysics. Focus on the development and implementation of computational methods for engineering applications.

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