This series publishes text books on topics of general interest in the field of computational engineering sciences.
The books will focus on subjects in which numerical methods play a fundamental role for solving problems in engineering and applied sciences. Advances in finite element, finite volume, finite differences, discrete and particle methods and their applications to classical single discipline fields and new multidisciplinary domains are examples of the topics covered by the series.
The main intended audience is the first year graduate student. Some books define the current state of a field to a highly specialised readership; others are accessible to final year undergraduates, but essentially the emphasis is on accessibility and clarity.
The books will be also useful for practising engineers and scientists interested in state of the art information on the theory and application of numerical methods.