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 Nazarenko, Sergey.
 Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, c2015.
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 Book — xxi, 226 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
 Summary

 Fluid Equations and Different Regimes of Fluid Flows Background theory Further reading Problems Solutions
 Conservation Laws in Incompressible Fluid Flows Background theory Further reading Problems Solutions
 Fluid with Free Surface Background theory Further reading Problems Solutions
 Waves and Instabilities Background theory Further reading Problems Solutions
 Boundary Layers Background theory Problems Solutions
 TwoDimensional Flows Background theory Problems Solutions
 Point Vortices and Point Sources Background theory Further reading Problems Solutions
 Turbulence Background theory Further reading Problems Solutions
 Compressible Flow Background theory Further reading Problems Solutions
 Bibliography Index.
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2. Ideal MHD [2014]
 Ideal magnetohydrodynamics
 Freidberg, Jeffrey P., author.
 Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2014.
 Description
 Book — xx, 722 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
 Summary

 1. Introduction
 2. The ideal MHD model
 3. General properties of ideal MHD
 5. Equilibrium: onedimensional configurations
 6. Equilibrium: twodimensional configurations
 7. Equilibrium: threedimensional configurations
 8. Stability: general considerations
 9. Alternate MHD models
 10. MHD stability comparison theorems
 11. Stability: onedimensional configurations
 12. Stability: multidimensional configurations Appendix A. Heuristic derivation of the kinetic equation Appendix B. The Braginskii transport coefficients Appendix C. Time derivatives in moving plasmas Appendix D. The curvature vector Appendix E. Overlap limit of the high b and GreeneJohnson stellarator models Appendix F. General form for q(y) Appendix G. Natural boundary conditions Appendix H. Upper and lower bounds on dQKIN.
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3. Introduction to compressible fluid flow [2014]
 Compressible fluid flow
 Oosthuizen, P. H.
 Second edition.  Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group, [2014]
 Description
 Book — xxi, 558 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm.
 Summary

 Introduction The Equations of Steady OneDimensional Compressible Flow Some Fundamental Aspects of Compressible Flow OneDimensional Isentropic Flow Normal Shock Waves Oblique Shock Waves Expansion Waves  PrandtlMeyer Flow Variable Area Flows Adiabatic Flow with Friction Flow with Heat Transfer Linearized Analysis of TwoDimensional Compressible Flows Hypersonic and HighTemperature Flows HighTemperature Gas Effects LowDensity Flows Bibliography Appendices.
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 Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2012.
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 Book — xi, 189 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
 Summary

 1. Introduction
 2. Modelling
 3. Numerical aspects of CFD
 4. Turbulent flow modelling
 5. Turbulent mixing and chemical reactions
 6. Multiphase flow modelling
 7. Best practice guidelines
 8. References and further reading Appendix.
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 Pozrikidis, C. (Constantine), 1958
 2nd ed.  New York : Oxford University Press, 2011.
 Description
 Book — xxix, 1243 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
 Summary

 Preface
 Note to the Instructor
 Note to the Reader
 1 Kinematic structure of a flow
 2 Kinematic analysis of a flow
 3 Stresses, the equation of motion, and vorticity transport
 4 Hydrostatics
 5 Exact solutions
 6 Flow at low Reynolds numbers
 7 Irrotational flow
 8 Boundarylayer analysis
 9 Hydrodynamic stability
 10 Boundaryintegral methods for potential flow
 11 Vortex motion
 12 Finitedifference methods for convectiondiffusion
 13 Finitedifference methods for incompressible Newtonian flow
 A Mathematical supplement
 B Primer of numerical methods
 C FDLIB software library
 D User Guide of directory
 08 stab of FDLIB on hydrodynamic stab
 References
 Index.
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6. Applied shape optimization for fluids [2010]
 Mohammadi, B.
 2nd ed.  Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, c2010.
 Description
 Book — xiv, 277 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
 Summary

 PREFACE
 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
 1. Introduction
 2. Optimal shape design
 3. Partial differential equations for fluids
 4. Some numerical methods for fluids
 5. Sensitivity evaluation and automatic differentiation
 6. Parameterization and implementation issues
 7. Local and global optimization
 8. Incomplete sensitivities
 9. Consistent approximations and approximate gradients
 10. Numerical results on shape optimization
 11. Control of unsteady flows
 12. From airplane design to microfluidic
 13. Toplogical optimization for fluids
 14. Conclusion and perspectives
 INDEX.
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7. Computational fluid dynamics [2010]
 Chung, T. J., 1929
 2nd ed.  Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2010.
 Description
 Book — xxii, 1034 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
 Summary

 Part I. Preliminaries:
 1. Introduction
 2. Governing equations Part II. Finite Difference Methods:
 3. Derivation of finite difference equations
 4. Solution methods of finite difference equations
 5. Incompressible viscous flows via finite difference methods
 6. Compressible flows via finite difference methods
 7. Finite volume methods via finite difference methods Part III. Finite Element Methods:
 8. Introduction to finite element methods
 9. Finite element interpolation functions
 10. Linear problems
 11. Nonlinear problems/convectiondominated flows
 12. Incompressible viscous flows via finite element methods
 13. Compressible flows via finite element methods
 14. Miscellaneous weighted residual methods
 15. Finite volume methods via finite element methods
 16. Relationships between finite differences and finite elements and other methods Part IV. Automatic Grid Generation, Adaptive Methods and Computing Techniques:
 17. Structured grid generation
 18. Unstructured grid generation
 19. Adaptive methods
 20. Computing techniques Part V. Applications:
 21. Applications to turbulence
 22. Applications to chemically reactive flows and combustion
 23. Applications to acoustics
 24. Applications to combined mode radiative heat transfer
 25. Applications to multiphase flows
 26. Applications to electromagnetic flows
 27. Applications to relativistic astrophysical flows Appendices.
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QA911 .C476 2010  Unknown 
 Reston, Va. : American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, c2009.
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 Book — xxv, 521 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
 Summary

 Brief history of flow control / David R. Williams and Douglas G. MacMynowski
 Physical concepts underlying the development and application of active flow control / David Greenblatt and Israel J. Wygnanski
 Flow control terminology / Douglas G. MacMynowski and David R. Williams
 Role of instability theory in flow control / Vassilis Theofilis
 Dynamic and closedloop control / Clarence W. Rowley and Belinda A. Batten
 Actuators and sensors / Louis Cattafesta and Mark Sheplak
 Modeling and simulation / Christopher L. Rumsey and R. Charles Swanson
 Fixed wing airfoil applications / Avraham Seifert and Carl P. Tilmann
 Turbomachinery applications / Hermann F. Fasel ... [et al.]
 Combustion control / Suresh Menon and Ben T. Zinn
 Aeroacoustics of flow control / William Devenport and Stewart Glegg
 Airbreathing propulsion flowpath applications / Daniel N. Miller and Jeffrey D. Flamm
 Flow control for rotorcraft applications / Ahmed A. Hassan, Michael A. McVeigh and Israel Wygnanski.
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9. Understanding fluid flow [2009]
 Worster, M. G.
 Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2009.
 Description
 Book — xiv, 104 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.
 Summary

 Preface
 1. Building intuition
 2. Parallel viscous flow
 3. Viscous gravity currents
 4. Equations of flow
 5. Interactions between linear flows
 6. Flows round rigid objects
 7. Waves and instability Bibliography Index.
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10. Applied computational fluid dynamics techniques : an introduction based on finite element methods [2008]
 Löhner, Rainald.
 2nd ed.  Chichester, West Sussex, England ; Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, c2008.
 Description
 Book — xviii, 519 p. : ill. ; 26 cm. Video: Applied CFD techniques.
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 FOREWORD TO THE SECOND EDITION.ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS.1 INTRODUCTION AND GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS.1.1 The CFD code.1.2 Porting research codes to an industrial context.1.3 Scope of the book.2 DATA STRUCTURES AND ALGORITHMS.2.1 Representation of a grid.2.2 Derived data structures for static data.2.3 Derived data structures for dynamic data.2.4 Sorting and searching.2.5 Proximity ins pace.2.6 Nearestneighbours and graphs.2.7 Distance to surface.3 GRID GENERATION.3.1 Description of the domain to be gridded.3.2 Variation of element size and shape.3.3 Element type.3.4 Automatic grid generation methods.3.5 Other grid generation methods.3.6 The advancing front technique.3.7 Delaunay triangulation.3.8 Grid improvement.3.9 Optimal spacefilling tetrahedra.3.10 Grids with uniform cores.3.11 Volumetosurface meshing.3.12 NavierStokes gridding techniques.3.13 Filling space with points/arbitrary objects.3.14 Applications.4 APPROXIMATION THEORY.4.1 The basic problem.4.2 Choice of trial functions.4.3 General properties of shape functions.4.4 Weighted residual methods with local functions.4.5 Accuracy and effort.4.6 Grid estimates.5 APPROXIMATION OF OPERATORS.5.1 Taxonomy of methods.5.2 The Poisson operator.5.3 Recovery of derivatives.6 DISCRETIZATION IN TIME.6.1 Explicit schemes.6.2 Implicit schemes.6.3 Awordof caution.7 SOLUTION OF LARGE SYSTEMS OF EQUATIONS.7.1 Direct solvers.7.2 Iterative solvers.7.3 Multigrid methods.8 SIMPLE EULER/NAVIERSTOKES SOLVERS.8.1 Galerkin approximation.8.2 LaxWendroff (TaylorGalerkin).8.3 Solving for the consistent mass matrix.8.4 Artificial viscosities.8.5 Boundary conditions.8.6 Viscous fluxes.9 FLUXCORRECTED TRANSPORT SCHEMES.9.1 The FCT Concept.9.2 Algorithmic implementation.9.3 Steepening.9.4 FCT for TaylorGalerkin schemes.9.5 Iterative limiting.9.6 Limiting for systems of equations.9.7 Examples.9.8 Summary.10 EDGEBASED COMPRESSIBLE FLOWSOLVERS.10.1 The Laplacian operator.10.2 First derivatives: first form.10.3 First derivatives: second form.10.4 Edgebased schemes for advectiondominated PDEs.11 INCOMPRESSIBLE FLOWSOLVERS.11.1 The advection operator.11.2 The divergence operator.11.3 Artificial compressibility.11.4 Temporal discretization:projection schemes.11.5 Temporal discretization: implicit schemes.11.6 Temporal discretization of higher order.11.7 Acceleration to the steady state.11.8 Projective prediction of pressure increments.11.9 Examples.12 MESH MOVEMENT.12.1 The ALE frame of reference.12.2 Geometric conservation law.12.3 Mesh movement algorithms.12.4 Region of moving elements.12.5 PDEbased distance functions.12.6 Penalization of deformed elements.12.7 Special movement techniques for RANS grids.12.8 Rotating parts/domains.12.9 Applications.13 INTERPOLATION.13.1 Basic interpolation algorithm.13.2 Fastest 1timealgorithm:brute force.13.3 Fastest Ntime algorithm: octree search.13.4 Fastest known vicinity algorithm: neighbourtoneighbour.13.5 Fastest gridtogrid algorithm: advancingfront vicinity.13.6 Conservative interpolation.13.7 Surfacegridtosurfacegrid interpolation.13.8 Particlegrid interpolation.14 ADAPTIVE MESH REFINEMENT.14.1 Optimalmesh criteria.14.2 Error indicators/estimators.14.3 Refinement strategies.14.4 Tutorial: hrefinement with tetrahedra.14.5 Examples.15 EFFICIENT USE OF COMPUTER HARDWARE.15.1 Reduction of cachemisses.15.2 Vector machines.15.3 Parallel machines: general considerations.15.4 Sharedmemory parallel machines.15.5 SIMD machines.15.6 MIMD machines.15.7 The effect of Moore's law on parallel computing.16 SPACEMARCHING AND DEACTIVATION.16.1 Spacemarching.16.2 Deactivation.17 OVERLAPPING GRIDS.17.1 Interpolation criteria.17.2 External boundaries and domains.17.3 Interpolation: initialization.17.4 Treatment of domains that are partially outside.17.5 Removal of inactive regions.17.6 Incremental interpolation.17.7 Changes to the flow solver.17.8 Examples.18 EMBEDDED AND IMMERSED GRID TECHNIQUES.18.1 Kinetic treatment of embedded or immersed objects.18.2 Kinematic treatment of embedded surfaces.18.3 Deactivation of interior regions.18.4 Extrapolation of the solution.18.5 Adaptive mesh refinement.18.6 Load/flux transfer.18.7 Treatment of gaps or cracks.18.8 Direct link to particles.18.9 Examples.19 TREATMENT OF FREE SURFACES.19.1 Interface fitting methods.19.2 Interface capturing methods.20 OPTIMAL SHAPE AND PROCESS DESIGN.20.1 The general optimization problem.20.2 Optimization techniques.20.3 Adjoint solvers.20.4 Geometric constraints.20.5 Approximate gradients.20.6 Multipoint optimization.20.7 Representation of surface changes.20.8 Hierarchical design procedures.20.9 Topological optimization via porosities.20.10 Examples.References.Index.
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TA357 .L592 2008  Unknown 
 Herron, Isom H., 1946
 Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2008.
 Description
 Book — xiii, 282 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
 Summary

 1. Review of analytic function theory
 2. Special functions
 3. Eigenvalue problems and eigenfunction expansions
 4. Green's functions for boundaryvalue problems
 5. Laplace transform methods
 6. Fourier transform methods
 7. Particular physical problems
 8. Asymptotic expansions of integrals.
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TA357 .H43 2008  Unknown 
 Reston, Va. : American Society of Civil Engineers, c2008.
 Description
 Book — 486 p.
 Summary

In the past several years, computational models for free surface flow simulations have been increasingly in demand for engineering, construction and design, legislation, land planning, and management decisions. Many computational models have been hastily developed and delivered to clients without the proper scientific confirmation and certification. In order to correct this, the ASCE/EWRI Task Committee developed a new rigorous and systematic verification and validation process, Verification and Validation of 3D FreeSurface Flow Models, which discusses this procedure in detail. The topics include terminology and basic methodology; analytical solutions for mathematical verification; mathematical verification using prescribed or manufactured solutions; physical process validation; application site validation; the systematic model verification and validation procedure; systems analysis considerations, findings, and conclusions; and recommendations. The appendixes contain input data for test cases and formulations and codes for manufactured solutions. This publication will be indispensable for students and professionals working on computational models and environmental engineering.
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TA357 .V47 2008  Unknown 
 Durbin, Paul A.
 Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2007.
 Description
 Book — xii, 349 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
 Summary

 1. Introduction to viscous flow
 2. Elements of computational analysis
 3. Creeping flow
 4. Intermediate Reynolds numbers
 5. High Reynolds number and boundary layer
 6. Turbulent flow
 7. Compressible flow
 8. Interfaces.
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TA357 .D855 2007  Unknown 
 Versteeg, H. K. (Henk Kaarle), 1955
 2nd ed.  Harlow, England ; New York : Pearson Education Ltd., 2007.
 Description
 Book — xii, 503 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
 Summary

 Chapter 1 Introduction
 Chapter 2 Conservation laws of fluid motion and their boundary conditions
 Chapter 3 Turbulence and its modelling
 Chapter 4 The finite volume method for diffusion problems
 Chapter 5 The finite volume method for convectiondiffusion problems
 Chapter 6 Solution algorithms for pressurevelocity coupling in steady flows
 Chapter 7 Solution of systems of discretised equations
 Chapter 8 The finite volume method for unsteady flows
 Chapter 9 Implementation of boundary conditions
 Chapter 10 Uncertainty in CFD modelling
 Chapter 11 Methods for dealing with complex geometries
 Chapter 12 CFD modelling of combustion
 Chapter 13 Numerical calculation of radiative heat transfer Appendices References Index.
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15. Solitary waves in fluids [2007]
 Southampton, UK ; Boston : WIT Press, c2007.
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 Book — 183 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
 Summary

 Chapter 1: Introduction Historical introduction Kortewegde Vries equation Solitary waves: bifurcation from the linear spectrum
 Chapter 2: Kortewegde Vries equation: solitons and undular bores Introduction Periodic travelling wave solutions and solitary waves Inverse scattering transform method and solitons Whitham modulation equations Undular bores Propagation of KdV soliton through a variable environment
 Chapter 3: Solitary waves in water: numerical methods and results Introduction Formulation Linear solutions Weakly nonlinear results Numerical methods for periodic waves Numerical methods for solitary waves Extensions
 Chapter 4: Internal solitary waves Introduction Approximate evolution equations Solitons and their properties Evolution of initial disturbances Solitons in variable media Conclusion
 Chapter 5: Solitary waves in rotating fluids Introduction Axisymmetric inertial solitary waves Internal gravity waves in a rotating channel
 Chapter 6: Planetary solitary waves Introduction Coherent structures and solitons Weakly nonlocal solitary waves: slow death by radiation The dynamical isolation of the crests of cnoidal waves: Gauss' cosinelemniscate function, imbricate series and all that An exemplary model: equatorial solitary waves in the shallowwater equations Equatorial Kelvin solitary waves Vortices embedded in a shear zone and nonlinear critical latitude theory Summary
 Chapter 7: Envelope solitary waves Linear waves and group velocity Weakly nonlinear waves Envelope solitons Bifurcation to solitary waves Twodimensional solitary waves.
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QC174.26 .W28 S57 2007  Unknown 
 Canuto, C.
 Berlin ; New York : Springer, c2007.
 Description
 Book — xxx, 596 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
 Summary

 Fluid Dynamics Fundamentals. SingleDomain Methods for Stability Analyses. SingleDomain Methods for Incompressible Flows. SingleDomain Methods for Compressible Flows. Multidomain Discretizations. Multidomain Solution Strategies. Incompressible Flows in Complex Domains. Spectral Methods Primer. Appendices. References.
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17. Transport phenomena [2007]
 Bird, R. Byron (Robert Byron), 1924
 Rev. 2nd ed.  New York : J. Wiley, c2007.
 Description
 Book — xii, 905 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
 Summary

 Preface.
 Chapter 0. The Subject of Transport Phenomena. PART I: MOMENTUM TRANSPORT.
 Chapter 1. Viscosity and the Mechanisms of Momentum Transport.
 Chapter 2. Shell Momentum Balances and Velocity Distribution in Laminar Flow.
 Chapter 3. The Equations of Change for Isothermal Systems.
 Chapter 4. Velocity Distributions with More Than One Independent Variable.
 Chapter 5. Velocity Distributions in Turbulent Flow.
 Chapter 6. Interphase Transport in Isothermal Systems.
 Chapter 7. Macroscopic Balances for Isothermal Flow Systems.
 Chapter 8. Polymeric Liquids. PART II: ENERGY TRANSPORT.
 Chapter 9. Thermal Conductivity and the Mechanisms of Energy Transport.
 Chapter 10. Shell Energy Balance sand Temperature Distributions in Solids and Laminar Flow.
 Chapter 11. The Equations of Change for Nonisothermal Systems.
 Chapter 12. Temperature Distributions with More than One Independent Variable.
 Chapter 13. Temperature Distributions in Turbulent Flow.
 Chapter 14. Interphase Transport in Nonisothermal Systems.
 Chapter 15. Macroscopic Balances for Nonisothermal Systems.
 Chapter 16. Energy Transport by Radiation. PART III: MASS TRANSPORT.
 Chapter 17. Diffusivity and the Mechanisms of Mass Transport.
 Chapter 18. Concentration Distributions in Solids and Laminar Flow.
 Chapter 19. Equations of Change for Multicomponent Systems.
 Chapter 20. Concentration Distributions with More than One Independent Variable.
 Chapter 21. Concentration Distributions in Turbulent Flow.
 Chapter 22. Interphase Transport in Nonisothermal Mixtures.
 Chapter 23. Macroscopic Balances for Multicomponent Systems.
 Chapter 24. Other Mechanisms for Mass Transport. Appendices. Appendix A. A Vector and Tensor Notation. Appendix B. Fluxes and the Equations of Change. Appendix C. Mathematical Topics. Appendix D. The Kinetic Theory of Gases. Appendix E. Tables for Prediction of Transport Properties. Appendix F. Constants and Conversion Factors. Notation. Author Index. Subject Index. About the Authors.
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CHEMENG120A01
 Course
 CHEMENG120A01  Fluid Mechanics
 Instructor(s)
 Fuller, Gerald G
 Ghiaasiaan, Seyed Mostafa, 1953
 Cambridge [England] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2008.
 Description
 Book — xx, 613 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
 Summary

 Part I:
 1. Thermodynamic and singlephase flow fundamentals
 2. Gasliquid interfacial phenomena
 3. Twophase mixtures, fluid dispersions, and liquid films
 4. Twophase flow regimes  I
 5. Twophase flow modeling
 6. Drift flux model and voidquality relations
 7. Twophase flow regimes  II
 8. Pressure drop in twophase flow
 9. Countercurrent flow limitations (flooding)
 10. Twophase flow in small flow passages Part II. Boiling and Condensation:
 11. Pool boiling
 12. Flow boiling
 13. Critical heat flux (CHF) and post CHF heat transfer in flow boiling
 14. Flow boiling and CHF in mini and microchannels
 15. Fundamentals of condensation and external flow condensation
 16. Internal flow condensation
 17. Choking in twophase flow.
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TA357 .G4625 2007  Unknown 
 Iannelli, Joe.
 Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2006.
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 Book — xxi, 727 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 25 cm.
 Summary

 Governing Equations of Fluid Mechanics. Constitutive and State Equations. State Equations for Reacting Air. Euler and Navier Stokes Systems. QuasiOneDimensional and FreeSurface Equations. Overview of CFD Algorithm Development. The Finite Element Method. NonLinearly Stable Implicit RungeKutta Time Integrations. OneDimensional NonDiscrete CharacteristicsBias Resolution. CharacteristicsBias Controller and Length. CFD Investigation of Quasi1DIncompressible Flows. Numerical Study of Generalized Quasi1D Free Surface Flows. CFD Investigation of Generalized Quasi1D Compressible Flows. MultiDimensional Characteristics and CharacteristicsBias Systems. MultiDimensional Incompressible Flows. MultiDimensional FreeSurface Flows. MultiDimensional Compressible Flows.
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TA347 .F5 I23 2006  Unknown 
 Eckert, Michael, 1949
 Weinheim : WileyVCH, c2006.
 Description
 Book — x, 286 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
 Summary

 Preface.
 1. Diverging Trends before the 20th Century.
 2. The Beginnings of Fluid Dynamics in Goettingen, 19041914.
 3. Aviation and the Rise of Aerodynamics in the World War I.
 4. The Internationalization of Fluid Mechanics in the 1920s.
 5. A "Working Program" for Research on Turbulence.
 6. Aerodynamics Comes of Age.
 7. New Applications.
 8. Prandtl, Fluid Dynamics and National Socialism.
 9. New Centers.
 10. Fluid Dynamics on the Eve of the Second World War.
 11. Epilogue. Appendix. Abbreviations. References. Author Index. Name Index. Subject Index.
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