Floating, Flowing, Flying: Pieter J. Zandbergen's Life as Innovator, Inspirator and Instigator in Numerical Fluid Dynamics / Edition 1 available in Hardcover
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- Springer Netherlands
This book is dedicated to Pieter J. Zandbergen on the occasion of his sixty-fifth birthday. It contains fourteen original contributions written by specialized authors and deals with the application of mathematics and numerical analysis to a wide variety of problems in fluid dynamics and related fields.
At present the research field of computational fluid dynamics is growing strongly and the book is therefore of interest to applied mathematicians, theoretical physicists and engineers.
|Edition description:||Reprinted from JOURNAL OF ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS, 34:1-2, 1998|
|Product dimensions:||7.60(w) x 10.24(h) x (d)|
Table of Contents
Preface. Low-Reynolds-number Flow over Partially Covered Cavities; C.H. Driesen, et al. Computing Flows on General Two-Dimensional Nonsmooth Staggered Grids; P. Wesseling, et al. On the Sound Radiated by a Turbulent Bubbly Flow; L. Van Wijngaarden. Two-Dimensional Incompressible Navier-Stokes Calculations in Complex-Shaped Moving Domains; K. Riemslagh, et al. Rheological Modeling with Hookean Bead-Spring Cubes (SC, BCC and FCC); A.I.M. Denneman, et al. Low-Mach-Number Asymptotics of the Navier-Stokes Equations; B. Müller. On the Resolution of Critical Flow Regions in Inviscid Linear and Nonlinear Instability Calculations; V. Theofilis. Unsteady Fully-Developed Flow in a Curved Pipe; N. Riley. Boundary-Integral-Equation Methods for Screen Problems in Acoustic and Electromagnetic Aerospace Research; H. Schippers. Spectro-Consistent Discretization of Navier-Stokes: A Challenge to RANS and LES: R.W.C.P. Verstappen, A.E.P. Veldman. A Free-Convection Boundary-Layer Model for the Centrifugal Etching of an Axisymmetric Cavity; H.K. Kuiken. Numerical Simulation of Differential Systems Displaying Rapidly Oscillating Solutions; I. Moise, et al. Wave Groups in Uni-Directional Surface-Wave Models; E. van Groesen. Progressive Cross Waves due to the Horizontal Oscillations of a Vertical Cylinder in Water. Evolution Equations; M. Markiewicz, O. Mahrenholtz.