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JJ,

Try "Introduction to Finite Elements in Engineering" by Chandrupatla and
Belegundu (Prentice Hall). Good book for basic reference.

Chad Edward Grinsteiner, P.E.
Project Engineer
White Engineering Associates, Inc.
http://www.weainc.com


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To: seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org
Subject: FEA REFERENCE

Hi,
Can anyone recommend me a good finite element analysis reference?  Please do
not send deep books, I am looking more for something like "Finite Element
Analysis for Dummies" or "FEA 101"  :-)

Thank you,

JJ


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