Journal Information
Engineering Analysis with Boundary Elements
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This journal is specifically dedicated to the dissemination of the latest developments of new engineering analysis techniques using boundary elements and other mesh reduction methods.

Boundary element (BEM) and mesh reduction methods (MRM) are very active areas of research with the techniques being applied to solve increasingly complex problems. The journal stresses the importance of these applications as well as their computational aspects, reliability and robustness.

The main criteria for publication will be the originality of the work being reported, its potential usefulness and applications of the methods to new fields.

In addition to regular issues, the journal publishes a series of special issues dealing with specific areas of current research.

The journal has, for many years, provided a channel of communication between academics and industrial researchers working in mesh reduction methods

Fields Covered:

• Boundary Element Methods (BEM)
• Mesh Reduction Methods (MRM)
• Meshless Methods
• Integral Equations
• Applications of BEM/MRM in Engineering
• Numerical Methods related to BEM/MRM
• Computational Techniques
• Combination of Different Methods
• Advanced Formulations
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2022-11-17
Special Issues
Special Issue on Application of Boundary Element and Meshless Methods in Renewable Energy Systems
Submission Date: 2023-04-15

Renewable energy sources such as solar, wind, hydropower, geothermal, tidal, and bioenergy are clean and inexhaustible. Their use benefits the environment, climate, and ultimately the economy. At the present time, however, building renewable energy systems can be expensive. To be competitive with traditional sources, smart engineering and design are needed. Computer simulations can be used to optimize the systems and to improve the design. While there are many numerical techniques, among them the mesh reduction and meshless methods are highly efficient. Methods like the Boundary Element Method (BEM), the Radial Basis Function Collocation Method (RBFCM), the Element Free Galerkin (EFG) method, the Meshless Local Petrov-Galerkin (MLPG) method, the Generalized Finite Difference Method, the Meshless Finite Volume Method, the Differential Quadrature Method, Moving Least Squares based methods, Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics, Molecular Dynamics, and other innovative meshless methods have been successfully applied to solve renewable energy systems problems. The aim of this special issue is to promote the use of these efficient numerical methods to solve challenging problems in the research and development of renewable energy in hope to advance humanity’s future in green energy. Potential topics include, but are not limited to, the following: Evaluation of the performance of solar collectors Simulation of photovoltaic and photovoltaic/thermal systems Investigation of supercritical geothermal systems Analyze the performance of borehole heat exchangers Energy harvesting from geothermal pavements Performance examination of wind turbines Simulation of tidal hydrodynamics and performance of tidal turbines Numerical analysis of biomass gasification Submissions are directed to: Submission open on: November 1, 2022 Submission close on: April 15, 2023 Select Article Type: VSI Renewable Energy
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2022-11-17
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