Incompressible Computational Fluid Dynamics: Trends and Advances

Incompressible Computational Fluid Dynamics: Trends and Advances

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by Max D. Gunzburger
     
 

The book provides an entrée into the current research in the field. It can also serve as a source book for researchers and others who require information on methods and techniques.See more details below

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The book provides an entrée into the current research in the field. It can also serve as a source book for researchers and others who require information on methods and techniques.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780521096225
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
01/11/2009
Pages:
500
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 1.30(d)

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Table of Contents

1. A few tools for turbulence models in Navier–Stokes equations B. Cardot, B. Mohammadi and O. Pironneau; 2. On some finite element methods for the numerical simulation of incompressible viscous flow Edward J. Dean and Roland Glowinski; 3. CFD - an industrial perspective Michael S. Engelman; 4. Stabilized finite element methods Leopoldo P. Franca, Thomas J. R. Hughes and Rolf Stenberg; 5. Optimal control and optimization of viscous, incompressible flows Max D. Gunzburger, L. Steven Hou and Thomas P. Svobodny; 6. A fully-coupled finite element algorithm, using direct and iterative solvers, for the incompressible Navier–Stokes equations W. G. Habashi, M. F. Peeters, M. P. Robichaud and V-N. Nguyen; 7. Numerical solution of the incompressible Navier–Stokes equations in primitive variables on unstaggered grids M. Hafez and M. Soliman; 8. Spectral element and lattice gas methods for incompressible fluid dynamics George Em Karniadakis, Steven A. Orszag, Einar M Rønquist and Anthony T. Patera; 9. Design of incompressible flow solvers: practical aspects Rainald Löhner; 10. The covolume approach to computing incompressible flows R. A. Nicolaides; 11. Vortex methods: an introduction and survey of selected research topics Elbridge Gerry Puckett; 12. New emerging methods in numerical analysis: applications to fluid mechanics Roger Temam; 13. The finite element method for three-dimensional incompressible flow R. W. Thatcher; 14. A posteriori error estimators and adaptive mesh-refinement techniques for the Navier–Stokes equation R. Verfürth.

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