Progress in Industrial Mathematics at ECMI 2000 / Edition 1

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The European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry (ECMI) was founded in 1986 by leading groups of mathematicians in Europe for the following scopes:

i) direct involvement of mathematicians in R&D activities;

ii) international cooperation at a European scale;

iii) education of industrial mathematicians to meet the growing demand for such experts.

ECMI 2000 shows that ECMI has offered a unique example of effective international cooperation thanks to the financial support of the European Framework programmes. In particular they have helped ECMI establishing a set of Special Interest Groups to favour interaction with industry. This volume includes minisymposia about their activities, in particular microelectronics, glass, polymers, finance, traffic, and textiles. Applied mathematicians and other professionals working in academia or industry will find the book to be a useful and stimulating source of mathematical applications related to industrial problems.

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Table of Contents

Why do we do "Industrial Mathematics"? Some Comments on Reasons once Given by Alan Tayler 3
From Nucleation to Large Aggregates: the Growth of Filamentary 16
State of the Art Simulations of High Intense Particle Beams in Complicated Accelerator Structures 28
Effective Buckley-Leverett Equations by Homogenization 42
Trading Volume in Models of Financial Derivatives 57
Two-Scale Asymptotics for Stochastic: Volatility Models 63
Non-Probabilistic Jump Modelling for Financial Derivatives 67
Mass Gravity Flows Modelling 75
Recent Results in the Dynamics of Liquid Dispersions 80
Some New Results on the Flow of Waxy Crude Oils in a Loop 85
Image Restoration Problems for New-Generation Telescopes 91
Image Processing for Digital Still Cameras 96
Multiwavelets and Image Processing 105
ICT and Effective Learning 113
An Advanced Tool for Authoring Multimedia Presentation 118
Evolutionary Music and Fitness Functions 126
The User "InterActs" with the Web: Integrating Active Study Tools in a Web-Based Instruction System 140
Applications of the Self-Organizing Networks in Document Categorization 145
On a Class of Large Size Planar Discrete Velocity Models for Gas Mixtures 157
Time-Depending Solutions to Spherical Harmonic Equations for Semiconductor Devices 164
A Comparison Between Bulk Solutions to the Boltzmann Equation and the Spherical Harmonic Model for Silicon Devices 169
An Extended Fluid-Dynamical Model Describing Electron Transport in Semiconductors 174
Monte Carlo Verification of an Extended Hydrodynamic Model Describing Charge Carrier Transport in Semiconductors 179
Modeling of Quantum Ballistic Transport in Electron Waveguide Devices 185
Carrier Transport in Silicon Dioxide using the Spherical-Harmonics Expansion of the BTE 190
Front-Fixing Modeling of Directional Solidification in Microgravity Conditions 197
Computational Model for Solidification Process of a Binary Alloy 204
Numerical Study for Solutal Convection in Liquid Alloy by Spectral and Finite Volume Approximations 210
Equipment and Process Modelling of Industrial Crystal Growth Using the Finite Volume Codes CrysVUn and STHAMAS 218
Optimal Design of Thermo-Electrical Flanges 225
Numerical Simulation of the Plunger Velocity 230
Advanced Transport Modelling in a Microelectronics Company: Status and Perspectives 239
Energy Transport Model for Silicon Semiconductors Derived from the Non Parabolic Band Hydrodynamical Model Based on the Maximum Entropy Principle 246
Neural Networks with Higher Level Architecture for Bipolar Device Modeling 252
Multirate Methods in Electrical Circuit Simulation 258
An Accelerated Poincare-Map Method for Finding the PSS of Autonomous Oscillators 266
Iterative Solution of Linear Systems in Circuit Simulation 272
Travelling Waves in a Linearly Stable, Optimal-Velocity Model of Road Traffic 281
Discovering of Synchronized Flow as a New Traffic Phase and Related Problems for Traffic Flow Modeling 286
Gipps' Model of Highway Traffic 293
Asymptotic Methods for Air-Flow Around Fibers 301
A Continuum Model for the Carding Machine 306
Central Schemes for Balance Laws 313
High Resolution Nonoscillatory Central Difference Schemes for the 2D Euler Equations via Artificial Compression 318
Numerical Solution of the Non Homogeneous Fokker-Planck-Landau Equation 325
Multiscale Hyperbolic Equations: Numerical Approximation and Applications 332
Similarity and Numerical Analysis of a Singular Moving Boundary Hyperbolic Problem 339
Quantum Kinetic Equation Including Phonon Scattering 347
On a Variational Approach to the Time Evolution of the Mean Field Polaron 358
Wavefronts in Photoexcited Semiconductor Superlattices 365
Nonlinear Transport in Semiconductor Superlattices 372
Periodic Recycling and Motion of Wavefronts in a Model of the Gunn Effect with Saturating Current Characteristics 386
Stochastic Simulation of Nonisothermal Crystallization of Polymers 401
Modeling and Simulating the Crystallization of Polymers via a Many-Particle System 408
Flow-Induced Deformation of Drops 415
Expanding the Industrial Use of Linear Viscoelastic Material Functions 420
Postponing Polymer Processing Instabilities 427
Thermally Induced Flow Front Instabilities in Injection Moulding 433
Estimation of Flood Risks in Urban Areas - The Curb as a Challenge for SWE 441
Towards a Two-dimensional Modelling Element in River Flow Simulation Systems 446
The Lattice Boltzmann Method for Two-Phase Flows and Applications to Filtration Processes 451
Mathematical Modelling - a Challenging Course 459
Solving Industrial Problems - Learning by Doing 466
Recent Developments and Open Problems in Composites Materials Manufacturing 475
Non-Isothermal Mathematical Model of Wood and Paper Drying 488
Tuning of Fuzzy Systems as an Ill-Posed Problem 493
Estimation Problems for a Crystallization Process Modelled by a Dynamic Germ-Grain Model 499
Some Mathematical Problems in the Designing of Subsoil Decontamination by Bioventing 506
Power Invariant Vector Compaction Based on Bit Clustering and Temporale Partitioning 512
Production Planning in a Multiproduct Batch Plant Under Uncertainty 526
Programming Numerical Sensitivity Analysis of Ordinary Differential Equations 532
Fast-Marching Approach for the Simulation of Directional Etching Processes 537
Coupled Frequencies of a Fluid in Closed Circular Cylindrical Rigid Tank with an Elastic Annular Plate in its Roof 544
Numerical Treatment of Optimal Control Problems with Differential-Algebraic Equations and Applications to Virtual Test-drives 549
Different Collision-Dominated Regimes for Chemically Reacting Gases 554
Optimal Shape Design and Optimal Sizing of Industrial Components 560
Mathematical and Numerical Modelling of Three-Phase Flows in Pipelines 565
A Fast Nearest Neighbour Algorithm 571
Mathematical Modelling of LD-Steelmaking Process 577
Efficiency Analysis of Production Systems 584
A New Finite Difference Scheme for the Boltzmann - Poisson System on Semiconductor Devices 592
An Explicit Kinetic Model for Traffic Flow 597
A Nonlinear Nonviscous Hydrodynamical Model for Change Transport Derived from Kinetic Theory 602
A Penalty Scheme for Solving American Option Problems 608
Evaporative and Topographical Effects in Coating Flows 613
Homogenization for Viscoelastic Composites with Prescribed Interface Jumps in Displacements and Stresses 618
Inverse Modeling of Sedimentary Basins 625
Nonlinear Pulse Propagation in Blood Flow Problems 630
A Numerical Method for Quantum Billiards with an Application to Waveguides 636
Inverse Design of an Axis-Symmetric Diffuser 641
Blended Lobatto Methods with Variable Numerical Damping in Multibody Dynamics 646
An Asymptotic Method for a Conjugate Heat Transfer Problem 651
Relations Between the Motion-Responses Caused by Fixed and Moving Loads Acting on Discretely Supported Strings and Beams 657
Color Plates 663
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