Computational Fluid Dynamics for the 21st Century: Proceedings of a Symposium Honoring Prof. Satofuka on the Occasion of his 60th Birthday, Kyoto, Japan, July 15-17, 2000 / Edition 1

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This volume contains new trends of computational fluid dynamics for the 21st century and consists of papers especially useful to the younger generation of scientists and engineers in this field. Topics include cartesian, gridless and higher-order schemes, and flow-visualization techniques.

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1 Contributions of Prof. Satofuka to Computational Fluid Dynamics.- Cartesian Grid Approach with Virtual Boundary Method and Its Applications.- Isotropic and Anisotropic Adaptive Meshes: Models and Convergence Properties.- Gridless Type Solver — Generalized Finite Difference Method —.- Residual-Based Compactness versus Directionality for High-Order Compressible Flow Calculations.- Progress in the Development of a Class of Efficient Low Dissipative High Order Shock-Capturing Methods.- A Second-Order-Accurate Fluctuation Splitting Scheme for Unsteady Hyperbolic Problems.- Lattice-Boltzmann Methods — A New Tool in CFD —.- Perspectives on Simulation Based Aerodynamics Design.- Multi-Objective Aerodynamic and Aeroelastic Optimization.- Genetic Algorithms and Game Theory for High Lift Multi-Airfoil Design Problems in Aerodynamics.- Parallel Computation of Flow Problems Using Explicit Schemes.- Parallel Computation of Compressible Flows for Implicit Schemes Without Sub-Iteration and Modification of the Implicit Solver.- Some Influences of Geometry, Shear and Walls on 3D Flows at Intermediate Reynolds Numbers.- Least-Squares Method for Laminar Flow Problems.- On the Incompressible Limit of Compressible Fluid Flow.- Effects of Wave Breaking Action on Flows in Tidal-Flats.- Computational Methods for Parachute Aerodynamics.- Dissipative Mechanism in Godunov Method.- Numerical Simulation of Shock Interactions.- Numerical Simulations of the Coupling Process of Compressible Vortices.- Numerical Simulation of Sound Emission from Supersonic Jet.- Numerical Computation in Magnetofluid Dynamics.- Numerical Investigation of Magnetohydrodynamic Effects in Real Gas Flows.- Real-Time Computation and Visualization on Mobile PC’s.

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