Starting from a clear, concise introduction, the powerful finite element and boundary element methods of engineering are developed for application to quantum mechanics. The reader is led through illustrative examples displaying the strengths of these methods using application to fundamental quantum mechanical problems and to the design/simulation of quantum nanoscale devices.

Series: Oxford Texts in Applied and Engineering Mathematics (Book 5). Paperback: 624 pages. ISBN-10: 9780198525226. Many (most) problems in quantum mechanics are intractable by standard solution methods. Even perturbation methods designed to make use of and extend known idealized solutions frequently fail to converge.

Starting from a clear, concise introduction, the powerful finite element and boundary element methods of engineering are developed for application to quantum mechanics. The reader is led through illustrative examples displaying the strengths of these methods using application to fundamental quantum mechanical problems and to the design/simulation of quantum nanoscale devices.

Items related to Finite Element and Boundary Element Applications i. .Ramdas Ram-Mohan Finite Element and Boundary Element Applications in Quantum Mechanics (Oxford Texts in Applied and Engineering Mathematics). ISBN 13: 9780198525226. This well-organized book is an elementary introduction to quantum mechanics, the finite element method and the boundary element methodDirected to an audience of senior undergraduate and graduate students, it features bibliographies for each chapter, and author subject indices. -Optics & Photonics News.

L Ramdas Ram-Mohan Oxford: Oxford University Press (2002) £2. 0 (paperback), ISBN 0-19-852522-2 Although this book is one of the Oxford Texts in Applied and Engineering Mathematics, we may think of it as a physics book

L Ramdas Ram-Mohan Oxford: Oxford University Press (2002) £2. 0 (paperback), ISBN 0-19-852522-2 Although this book is one of the Oxford Texts in Applied and Engineering Mathematics, we may think of it as a physics book. It explains how to solve the problem of quantum mechanics using the finite element method (FEM) and the boundary element method (BEM). Many examples analysing actual problems are also shown. As for the ratio of the number of pages of FEM and BEM, the former occupies about 80%.

This book introduces the finite element and boundary element methods (FEM & BEM) for applications to quantum mechanical systems. A discretization of the action integral with finite elements, followed by application of variational principles, brings a very general approach to the solution of Schroedinger's equation for physical systems in arbitrary geometries with complex mixed boundary conditions

By: Ram-Mohan, L. Ramdas. Material type: BookSeries: Oxford texts in applied and engineering mathematics ; 5. Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press,2002

By: Ram-Mohan, L. Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press,2002. c2002Description: xviii, 605 p. : ill. ; 24 c. SBN: 0198525214 (acid-free paper); 0198525222 (pbk. : acid-free paper). Subject(s): Finite element method Boundary element methods Quantum theoryDDC classification: 53. 2 Online resources: Publisher description Table of contents only Catalogued by: Sara. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Starting from a clear, concise introduction, the powerful finite element and boundary element methods of engineering are developed for application to. Categories: Physics\Quantum Physics. A discretization of the action integral with finite elements, followed by application of variational principles, brings a very general approach to the solution of Schroedinger's equation for physical systems in arbitrary geometries with complex mixed boundary conditions. As for the ratio of the number of pages of FEM and BEM, the former occupies about 8. ONTINUE READING. A discretization of the action integral with finite elements, followed by application of variational principles, brings a very general approach to the solution of Schroedinger's equation for physical systems in arbitrary geometries with complex mixed boundary conditions