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Authored by a respected scientist with a growing international reputation this is a self-contained text that can be used by the beginners and the experts alike, to study the basic aspects of finite element modelling. It provides a sound physical understanding of the basis on which mathematical models of polymer processes are built. Written from a chemical engineering rather then a mathematical perspective it enables the reader to get up to speed in a relatively short time Provides the 'parts and tools' required to assemble finite element models, applicable to situations that arise under realistic conditions Discusses and compares specific finite element schemes that provide the most reliable and robust numerical solution procedures for polymer processing models Practical examples give a wide ranging view of the application of finite element analysis to industrial problems Describes non-Newtonian fluid mechanics equations in a self-contained, concise and clear manner Includes clear and simple readily compiled code to model simple problems that can be extended to solve more complex polymer processing problems This book makes the subject accessible to a wide audience ranging from senior under-graduate to post-graduate engineering students, as well as, researchers and practising engineers involved in polymer industry.
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