Method of Difference Potentials and Its Applications

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The first English edition of a well-known Russian monograph. This book presents the method of difference potentials first proposed by the author in 1969, and contains illustrative examples and new algorithms for solving applied problems of gas dynamics, diffraction, scattering theory, and active noise screening.

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Overview

The first English edition of a well-known Russian monograph. This book presents the method of difference potentials first proposed by the author in 1969, and contains illustrative examples and new algorithms for solving applied problems of gas dynamics, diffraction, scattering theory, and active noise screening.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783642627156
  • Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
  • Publication date: 1/28/2013
  • Series: Springer Series in Computational Mathematics , #30
  • Edition description: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2002
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 538
  • Product dimensions: 6.14 (w) x 9.21 (h) x 1.14 (d)

Table of Contents

I. Justification of Algorithms of the Method.- 1. Preliminaries.- 2. Differential and Difference Potentials.- 3. Reduction of Boundary-Value Problems for the Laplace Equation to Boundary Equations of Calderón-Seeley Type.- 4. Numerical Solution of Boundary-Value Problems.- II. General Constructions of Surface Potentials.- 1. Generalized Potentials and Boundary Equations with Projections for Differential Operators.- 2. General Constructions of Potentials and Boundary Equations for Difference Operators.- 3. Lazarev’s Results on the Algebraic Structure of the Set of Surface Potentials of a Linear Operator.- III. A General Scheme of the Method of Difference.- 1. A General Scheme of the Method of Difference Potentials for Differential Problems.- 2. Illustrations of Constructions of the Method of Difference Potentials.- 3. General Scheine of the Method of Difference Potentials for Solving Numerically the Difference Analogs of Differential Boundary-Value Problems.- IV. Examples of MDP Algorithms for Solving.- 1. The Tricomi Problem.- 2. Constructions of the Method of Difference Potentials for the Computation of Stressed States of Elastic Compressible Materials.- 3. Problems of Internal Flows of Viscous Incompressible Fluids.- 4. An Example of the MDP Algorithm for Computing the Stationary Acoustic Wave Field outside a Solid of Revolution.- V. Artificial Boundary Conditions.- 1. An Efficient Algorithm for Constructing Artificial Boundary Conditions for a Model Problem.- 2. On the Results of the Application of the Method of Difference Potentials to the Construction of Artificial Boundary Conditions for External Flow Computations.- VI. General Constructions of Difference.- 1. Nonreflecting Difference Conditions on the Moving and Shape Varying Boundary of the Computational Domain.- 2. Spectral Approach to the Construction of Nonreflecting Boundary Conditions.- VII. Nonreflecting Artificial Boundary Conditions.- 1. Problem of Constructing NRABCs and the Corresponding Auxiliary Cauchy Problem.- 2. Algorithm for Solving the Cauchy Problem with the Help of Lacunas.- VIII. Problems of Active Shielding and Imitation.- 1. Active Shielding Control.- 2. Difference Imitation Problems.- References.

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