 Jäger, Matthäus, author.
 Wiesbaden, Germany : Springer Spektrum, 2019.
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 Book — 1 online resource
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 Developing a Fuel Tank with the Help of Computer Aided Engineering (CAE). Deriving a System of Equations for the Description of Sloshing Phenomena. Showing the Usability of the Finite Volume Method. Verifying the Results for Suitable Test Cases.
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 Versteeg, H. K. (Henk Kaarle), 1955
 2nd ed.  Harlow, England ; New York : Pearson Education Ltd., 2007.
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 Book — xii, 503 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 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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 Versteeg, H. K. (Henk Kaarle), 1955
 Harlow, Essex, England : Longman Scientific & Technical ; New York : Wiley, 1995.
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 Book — x, 257 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
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 *Introduction. *Conservation Laws of Fluid Motion and Boundary Conditions. *Turbulence and its Modelling. *The Finite Volume Method for Diffusion Problems. *The Finite Volume Method for ConvectionDiffusion Problems. *Solution Algorithms for PressureVelocity Coupling in Steady Flows. *Solution of Discretised Equations. *The Finite Volume Method for Unsteady Flows. *Implementation of Boundary Conditions. *Advanced topics and applications. Appendices. References. Index.
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 Linss, Torsten.
 Heidelberg : Springer, c2010.
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 Book — xi, 320 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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 1 Introduction. 2 Layeradapted meshes. Part I One dimensional problems. 3 The analytical behaviour of solutions. 4 Finite difference schemes for convectiondiffusion problems. 5 Finite element and finite volume methods. 6 Discretisations of reactionconvectiondiffusion problems. Part II Two dimensional problems. 7 The analytical behaviour of solutions. 8 Reactiondiffusion problems. 9 Convectiondiffusion problems.
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 Voller, V. R. (Vaughan R.)
 Singapore ; Hackensack, N.J. : World Scientific Pub. Co., c2009.
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 Book — xiv, 170 p. : ill. (some col.).
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 Governing Equations
 The Essential Ingredients in a Numerical Solution
 Control Volume Finite Element Data Structure
 Control Volume Finite Element Method (CVFEM) Discretization and Solution
 The Control Volume Finite Difference Method
 Analytical and CVFEM Solutions of AdvectionDiffusion Equations
 The CVFEM Solution for Plane Stress and Plane Strain Elasticity
 The CVFEM Solution for the StreamFunction Vorticity Form of the NavierStokes Equations
 Notes for the Extension of CVFEM to Three Dimensions.
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 International Symposium on Finite Volumes for Complex Applications (7th : 2014 : Berlin, Germany)
 Cham : Springer, 2014.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xviii, 468 pages) : illustrations (some color) Digital: data file.
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 Part I Invited contributions. P. Bochev: Compatible Discretizations for Partial Differential Equations. F. Bouchu: Finite Volume Methods for Shallow Water Equations, Hyperbolic Equations, Magnetohydrodynamics. C. ChainaisHillairet: Finite Volume Methods for DriftDiffusion Equations. M. Dumbser: High Order OneStep AMR and ALE Methods for Hyperbolic PDE. P. Helluy: Compressible Multiphase Flows. K. Mikula: Finite Volumes in Image Processing and Groundwater Flow. S. Mishra: Finite Volume Methods for Conservation Laws, Uncertainty Quantification. Part II Theoretical aspects of Finite Volume Methods.
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 International Symposium on Finite Volumes for Complex Applications (8th : 2017 : Lille, France)
 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2017.
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 Book — 1 online resource Digital: text file; PDF.
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 PART 4. Hyperbolic Problems. David Iampietro, Frederic Daude, Pascal Galon, and JeanMarc Herard, A Weighted Splitting Approach For LowMach Number Flows. Florence Hubert and Remi Tesson, Weno scheme for transport equation on unstructured grids with a DDFV approach. M.J. Castro, J.M. Gallardo and A. Marquina, New types of Jacobianfree approximate Riemann solvers for hyperbolic systems. Charles Demay, Christian Bourdarias, Benoit de Laage de Meux, Stephane Gerbi and JeanMarc Herard, A fractional step method to simulate mixed flows in pipes with a compressible twolayer model. Theo Corot, A second order cellcentered scheme for Lagrangian hydrodynamics. Clement Colas, Martin Ferrand, JeanMarc Herard, Erwan Le Coupanec and Xavier Martin, An implicit integral formulation for the modeling of inviscid fluid flows in domains containing obstacles. Christophe Chalons and Maxime Stauffert, A highorder Discontinuous Galerkin Lagrange Projection scheme for the barotropic Euler equations. Christophe Chalons, Regis Duvigneau and Camilla Fiorini, Sensitivity analysis for the Euler equations in Lagrangian coordinates. Jooyoung Hahn, Karol Mikula, Peter Frolkovic, and Branislav Basara, Semiimplicit level set method with inflowbased gradient in a polyhedron mesh. Thierry Goudon, Julie Llobell and Sebastian Minjeaud, A staggered scheme for the Euler equations. Christian Bourdarias, Stephane Gerbi and Ralph Lteif, A numerical scheme for the propagation of internal waves in an oceanographic model. Hamza Boukili and JeanMarc Herard, A splitting scheme for threephase flow models. M. J Castro, C. Escalante and T. Morales de Luna, Modelling and simulation of nonhydrostatic shallow flows. Svetlana Tokareva and Eleuterio Toro, A flux splitting method for the BaerNunziato equations of compressible twophase flow. Mohamed Boubekeur and Fayssal Benkhaldoun and Mohammed Seaid, GPU accelerated finite volume methods for threedimensional shallow water flows. Ward Melis, Thomas Rey and Giovanni Samaey, Projective integration for nonlinear BGK kinetic equations. Lei Zhang, JeanMichel Ghidaglia and Anela Kumbaro, Asymptotic preserving property of a semiimplicit method. Sebastien Boyaval, A FiniteVolume discretization of viscoelastic SaintVenant equations for FENEP fluids. David Coulette, Emmanuel Franck, Philippe Helluy, Michel Mehrenberger, Laurent Navoret, Palindromic Discontinuous Galerkin Method. M. LukacovaMedvid'ova, J. Rosemeier, P. Spichtinger and B. Wiebe, IMEX finite volume methods for cloud simulation. Raimund Burger and Ilja Kroker, Hybrid stochastic Galerkin finite volumes for the diffusively corrected LighthillWhithamRichards traffic model. Hamed Zakerzadeh, The RSIMEX scheme for the rotating shallow water equations with the Coriolis force. Emmanuel Audusse, Minh Hieu Do, Pascal Omnes, Yohan Penel, Analysis of Apparent Topography scheme for the linear wave equation with Coriolis force. N. Aissiouene, MO. Bristeau, E. Godlewski, A. Mangeney, C. Pares and J. SainteMarie, Application of a combined finite element  finite volume method to a 2D nonhydrostatic shallow water problem. Emanuela Abbate, Angelo Iollo and Gabriella Puppo, A relaxation scheme for the simulation of low Mach number flows. Stefan Vater, Nicole Beisiegel and Jorn Behrens, Comparison of wetting and drying between a RKDG2 method and classical FV based secondorder hydrostatic reconstruction. Anja Jeschke, Stefan Vater and Jorn Behrens, A Discontinuous Galerkin Method for NonHydrostatic Shallow Water Flows. Remi Abgrall and Paola Bacigaluppi, Design of a SecondOrder Fully Explicit Residual Distribution Scheme for Compressible Multiphase Flows. Martin Campos Pinto, An Unstructured ForwardBackward Lagrangian Scheme for Transport Problems. Nicole Goutal, MinhHoang Le and Philippe Ung, A Godunovtype scheme for Shallow Water equations dedicated to simulations of overland flows on stepped slopes. Dionysios Grapsas, Raphaele Herbin and JeanClaude Latche, Two models for the computation of laminar flames in dust clouds. Gregoire Pont, Pierre Brenner, High order finite volume scheme and conservative grid overlapping technique for complex industrial applications.
 PART 5. Elliptic and Parabolic problems. Sarvesh Kumar, Ricardo RuizBaier, Ruchi Sandilya, Discontinuous finite volume element methods for the optimal control of Brinkman equations. L. Beaude, K. Brenner, S. Lopez, R. Masson, F. Smai, Nonisothermal compositional twophase Darcy flow: formulation and outflow boundary condition. Clement Cances, Didier Granjeon, Nicolas Peton, Quang Huy Tran, and Sylvie Wolf, Numerical scheme for a stratigraphic model with erosion constraint and nonlinear gravity flux. Christoph Erath and Robert Schorr, Comparison of adaptive nonsymmetric and threefield FVMBEM coupling. Thomas Fetzer, Christoph Gruninger, Bernd Flemisch, Rainer Helmig, On the Conditions for Coupling Free Flow and PorousMedium Flow in a Finite Volume Framework. Mario Ohlberger and Felix Schindler, NonConforming Localized Model Reduction with Online Enrichment: Towards Optimal Complexity in PDE constrained Optimization. Hanz Martin Cheng and Jerome Droniou, Combining the Hybrid Mimetic Mixed method and the Eulerian Lagrangian Localised Adjoint Method for approximating miscible flows in porous media. Ambartsumyan, E. Khattatov and I. Yotov, Mixed finite volume methods for linear elasticity. Nabil Birgle, Roland Masson and Laurent Trenty, A nonlinear domain decomposition method to couple compositional gas liquid Darcy and free gas flows. Jurgen Fuhrmann, Annegret Glitzky and Matthias Liero, Hybrid FiniteVolume/FiniteElement Schemes for p(x)Laplace Thermistor Models. E. Ahusborde, B. Amaziane and M. El Ossmani, Finite Volume Scheme for Coupling TwoPhase Flow with Reactive Transport in Porous Media. Martin Schneider, Dennis Glaser, Bernd Flemisch and Rainer Helmig, Nonlinear finitevolume scheme for complex flow processes on cornerpoint grids. Daniil Svyatskiy and Konstantin Lipnikov, Consistent nonlinear solver for solute transport in variably saturated porous media. Jan ten Thije Boonkkamp, Martijn Anthonissen and Ruben Kwant, A twodimensional complete flux scheme in local flow adapted coordinates. Birane Kane, Robert Klofkorn, Christoph Gersbacher, hpAdaptive Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Porous Media Flow. N. Kumar, J.H.M. ten Thije Boonkkamp, B. Koren and A. Linke, A Nonlinear Flux Approximation Scheme for the Viscous Burgers Equation. Rene Beltman, Martijn Anthonissen and Barry Koren, Mimetic Staggered Discretization of Incompressible NavierStokes for Barycentric Dual Mesh. Sebastien Boyaval, Guillaume Enchery, Riad Sanchez and Quang Huy Tran, A reducedbasis approach to twophase flow in porous media. Sebastien Boyaval, Guillaume Enchery, Riad Sanchez and Quang Huy Tran, On the capillary pressure in basin modeling. Jurgen Fuhrmann, Clemens Guhlke, A finite volume scheme for NernstPlanckPoisson systems with ion size and solvation effects. Vasiliy Kramarenko, Kirill Nikitin, and Yuri Vassilevski, A nonlinear correction FV scheme for nearwell regions. Florent Chave, Daniele A. Di Pietro and Fabien Marche, A Hybrid HighOrder method for the convective CahnHilliard problem in mixed form. Alexey Chernyshenko, Maxim Olshahskii and Yuri Vassilevski, A hybrid finite volume  finite element method for modeling flows in fractured media. Michele Botti, Daniele A. Di Pietro, and Pierre Sochala, A nonconforming highorder method for nonlinear poroelasticity. Hanen Amor and Fayssal Benkhaldoun and Tarek Ghoudi and Imad Kissami and Mohammed Seaid, New criteria for mesh adaptation in finite volume simulation of planar ionization wave front propagation. Author Index.
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 International Symposium on Finite Volumes for Complex Applications (8th : 2017 : Lille, France)
 Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2017.
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 Book — 1 online resource Digital: text file; PDF.
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 PART 1. Invited Papers. ChiWang Shu, Boundpreserving high order finite volume schemes for conservation laws and convectiondiffusion equations.E.D. FernandezNieto, Some geophysical applications with finite volume solvers of twolayer and twophase systems.Thierry Gallouet, Some discrete functional analysis tools.Yuanzhen Cheng, Alina Chertock and Alexander Kurganov, A Simple FiniteVolume Method on a Cartesian Mesh for Pedestrian Flows with Obstacles.
 PART 2. Franck Boyer and Pascal Omnes, Benchmark on discretization methods for viscous incompressible flows. Benchmark proposal for the FVCA8 conference : Finite Volume methods for the Stokes and NavierStokes equations.Louis Vittoz, Guillaume Oger, Zhe Li, Matthieu De Leffe and David Le Touze, A highorder Finite Volume solver on locally refined Cartesian meshes.Daniele A. Di Pietro and Stella Krell, Benchmark session : The 2D Hybrid HighOrder method.Jerome Droniou and Robert Eymard, Benchmark: two Hybrid Mimetic Mixed schemes for the liddriven cavity.Eric Chenier, Robert Eymard and Raphaele Herbin, Results with a locally refined MAC scheme  benchmark session.Sarah Delcourte and Pascal Omnes, Numerical results for a discrete duality finite volume discretization applied to the NavierStokes equations.Franck Boyer and Stella Krell and Flore Nabet, Benchmark session : The 2D Discrete Duality Finite Volume Method.P.E. Angeli, M.A. Puscas, G. Fauchet and A. Cartalade, FVCA8 benchmark for the Stokes and NavierStokes equations with the TrioCFD code  benchmark session.
 PART 3. Theoretical Aspects of Finite Volumes. Francoise Foucher, Moustafa Ibrahim and Mazen Saad, Analysis of a Positive CVFE Scheme For Simulating Breast Cancer Development, Local Treatment and Recurrence.Christoph Erath and Dirk Praetorius, Ceatype quasioptimality and convergence rates for (adaptive) vertexcentered FVM.Helene Mathis and Nicolas Therme, Numerical convergence for a diffusive limit of the GoldsteinTaylor system on bounded domain.Florian De Vuyst, LagrangeFlux schemes and the entropy property.Caterina Calgaro and Meriem Ezzoug, $L^\infty$stability of IMEXBDF2 finite volume scheme for convection diffusion equation.Raphaele Herbin, JeanClaude Latche and Khaled Saleh, Low Mach number limit of a pressure correction MAC scheme for compressible barotropic flows.T. Gallouet, R. Herbin, J.C. Latche and K. Mallem, Convergence of the MAC scheme for variable density flows.J. Droniou, J. Hennicker, R. Masson, Uniformintime convergence of numerical schemes for a twophase discrete fracture model.Claire ChainaisHillairet, Benoit Merlet and Antoine Zurek, Design and analysis of a finite volume scheme for a concrete carbonation model.Rita Riedlbeck, Daniele A. Di Pietro, and Alexandre Ern, Equilibrated stress reconstructions for linear elasticity problems with application to a posteriori error analysis.Patricio Farrell and Alexander Linke, Uniform Second Order Convergence of a Complete Flux Scheme on Nonuniform 1D Grids.J. Droniou and R. Eymard, The asymmetric gradient discretisation method.Robert Eymard and Cindy Guichard, DGM, an item of GDM.Claire ChainaisHillairet, Benoit Merlet and Alexis F. Vasseur, Positive lower bound for the numerical solution of a convectiondiffusion equation.Francois Dubois, Isabelle Greff and Charles Pierre, Raviart Thomas Petrov Galerkin Finite Elements.Naveed Ahmed, Alexander Linke, and Christian Merdon, Towards pressurerobust mixed methods for the incompressible NavierStokes equations.Thierry Goudon, Stella Krell and Giulia Lissoni, Numerical analysis of the DDFV method for the Stokes problem with mixed Neumann/Dirichlet boundary conditions.J. Droniou, R. Eymard, T. Gallouet, C. Guichard and R. Herbin, An error estimate for the approximation of linear parabolic equations by the Gradient Discretization Method.M. BessemoulinChatard, C. ChainaisHillairet, and A. Jungel, Uniform $L^\infty$ estimates for approximate solutions of the bipolar driftdiffusion system.Abdallah Bradji, Some convergence results of a multidimensional finite volume scheme for a timefractional diffusionwave equation.Nina Aguillon and Franck Boyer, Optimal order of convergence for the upwind scheme for the linear advection on a bounded domain.Matus Tibensky, Angela Handlovicova, Numerical scheme for regularised Riemannian mean curvature flow equation.Ahmed Ait Hammou Oulhaj, A finite volume scheme for a seawater intrusion model.Clement Cances and Flore Nabet, Finite volume approximation of a degenerate immiscible twophase flow model of CahnHilliard type.Clement Cances, Claire ChainaisHillairet and Stella Krell, A nonlinear Discrete Duality Finite Volume Scheme for convectiondiffusion equations.Wasilij Barsukow, Stationarity and vorticity preservation for the linearized Euler equations in multiple spatial dimensions.Jan Giesselmann and Tristan Pryer, Goaloriented error analysis of a DG scheme for a second gradient elastodynamics model.Alain Prignet, Simplified model for the clarinet and numerical schemes. Author Index.
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 Voller, V. R. (Vaughan R.)
 Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific ; Bangalore (India) : IISc Press, ©2009.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xiv, 170 pages) : illustrations
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 Governing Equations
 The Essential Ingredients in a Numerical Solution
 Control Volume Finite Element Data Structure
 Control Volume Finite Element Method (CVFEM) Discretization and Solution
 The Control Volume Finite Difference Method
 Analytical and CVFEM Solutions of AdvectionDiffusion Equations
 The CVFEM Solution for Plane Stress and Plane Strain Elasticity
 The CVFEM Solution for the StreamFunction Vorticity Form of the NavierStokes Equations
 Notes for the Extension of CVFEM to Three Dimensions.
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 Koshizuka, S., author.
 London, United Kingdom : Academic Press, an imprint of Elsevier, 2018.
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 Book — 1 online resource
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 Front Cover; Moving Particle SemiImplicit Method; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Concept of Particle Methods; 1.1.1 Lagrangian Description; 1.1.2 Meshless Discretization; 1.1.3 Continuum Mechanics; 1.2 MPS Method; 1.2.1 Weighted Difference; 1.2.2 Particle Interaction Models; 1.2.3 Semiimplicit Algorithm; 1.2.4 MPS and SPH; 1.3 Research History of Particle Methods; References; 2 Fundamentals of Fluid Simulation by the MPS Method; 2.1 The Elements of the MPS Method; 2.1.1 Setting the Initial Positions of Particles; 2.1.2 Setting Initial Velocities of Particles.
 2.1.3 How to Move Particles2.1.4 How to Calculate Acceleration of Particles; 2.2 Basic Theory of the MPS Method; 2.2.1 Mass of a Particle; 2.2.2 Governing Equations; 2.2.2.1 The NavierStokes Equations; 2.2.2.1.1 Meaning of the Pressure Gradient Term; 2.2.2.1.2 Meaning of the Viscous Term; 2.2.2.2 Equation of Continuity; 2.2.2.3 Notation by Vectors; 2.2.3 Particle Number Density and Weight Function; 2.2.3.1 The Standard Particle Number Density n0; 2.2.3.2 Relationship Between Particle Number Density and Fluid Density; 2.2.3.3 Example of Calculation; 2.2.3.4 The Form of a Weight Function.
 2.2.4 Approximation of Partial Differential Operators2.2.4.1 Gradient; 2.2.4.2 The Gradient Model of the MPS Method (Nabla Model); 2.2.4.3 The Meaning of Each Parts of the Gradient Model; 2.2.4.4 Example of Gradient Calculation; 2.2.4.5 Laplacian Operator and Its Uses; 2.2.4.6 The Laplacian Model of the MPS Method; 2.2.4.6.1 The Meaning of the Laplacian Model; 2.2.4.6.2 Example of Laplacian Calculation; 2.2.5 Semiimplicit Method; 2.2.5.1 How to Calculate Pressure, and the Necessity of the Semiimplicit Method; 2.2.5.2 Outline of the Semiimplicit Method in the MPS Method.
 2.2.5.3 Details of the Semiimplicit Method of the MPS Method2.2.5.4 Derivation of Pressure Poison Equation of the MPS Method; 2.2.5.5 How to Calculate the Pressure Poisson Equation; 2.2.5.6 The Boundary Condition of Pressure; 2.2.5.7 The Boundary Condition of Velocity; 2.3 Outline of Simulation Programs; 2.3.1 Contents of Program; 2.3.2 How to Compile and Execute the Sample Programs; 2.3.3 How to Visualize the Simulation Result; 2.3.4 Functions of the Program; 2.3.4.1 Libraries and Declarations; 2.3.4.2 Main Function; 2.3.4.3 initializeParticlePositionAndVelocity_for 2dim() Function.
 2.3.4.4 calculateNZeroAndLambda() Function2.3.4.5 weight() Function; 2.3.4.6 mainLoopOfSimulation() Function; 2.3.4.7 calculateGravity Function; 2.3.4.8 calculateViscosity Function; 2.3.4.9 moveParticle() Function; 2.3.4.10 calculatePressure() Function; 2.3.4.11 calculateNumberDensity() Function; 2.3.4.12 setBoundaryCondition() Function; 2.3.4.13 setSourceTerm() Function; 2.3.4.14 setMatrix() Function; 2.3.4.15 solveSimultaniousEquationsByGaussianElimination() Function; 2.3.4.16 calculatePressureGradient() Function; 2.3.4.17 calculatePressure_forExplicitMPS() Function.
11. Numerical methods for partial differential equations : finite difference and finite volume methods [2016]
 Mazumder, Sandip, 1969 author.
 London ; San Diego, CA ; Waltham, MA ; Kidlington, Oxford : Academic Press, [2016]
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 Book — xix, 461 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
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Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations: Finite Difference and Finite Volume Methods focuses on two popular deterministic methods for solving partial differential equations (PDEs), namely finite difference and finite volume methods. The solution of PDEs can be very challenging, depending on the type of equation, the number of independent variables, the boundary, and initial conditions, and other factors. These two methods have been traditionally used to solve problems involving fluid flow. For practical reasons, the finite element method, used more often for solving problems in solid mechanics, and covered extensively in various other texts, has been excluded. The book is intended for beginning graduate students and early career professionals, although advanced undergraduate students may find it equally useful. The material is meant to serve as a prerequisite for students who might go on to take additional courses in computational mechanics, computational fluid dynamics, or computational electromagnetics. The notations, language, and technical jargon used in the book can be easily understood by scientists and engineers who may not have had graduatelevel applied mathematics or computer science courses. * Presents one of the few available resources that comprehensively describes and demonstrates the finite volume method for unstructured mesh used frequently by practicing code developers in industry* Includes stepbystep algorithms and code snippets in each chapter that enables the reader to make the transition from equations on the page to working codes* Includes 51 worked out examples that comprehensively demonstrate important mathematical steps, algorithms, and coding practices required to numerically solve PDEs, as well as how to interpret the results from both physical and mathematic perspectives.
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12. Numerical methods for partial differential equations : finite difference and finite volume methods [2016]
 Mazumder, Sandip, 1969 author.
 London : Academic Press, [2016]
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 Book — 1 online resource (xix, 461 pages) : illustrations.
 Wood, William A., author.
 Hampton, Virginia : National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center, October 1998.
 Description
 Book — 1 online resource (49 pages) : illustrations.
 Hu, Changqing
 Hampton, VA : Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering, NASA Langley Research Center ; Springfield, VA : National Technical Information Service, distributor, [1998]
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 Shu, ChiWang.
 Hampton, Va. : ICASE, NASA Langley Research Center ; Hanover, MD : NASA Center for Aerospace Information, [distributor], 2001.
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 LeVeque, Randall J., 1955
 Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2002.
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 Book — xix, 558 p. : ill.
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 Preface
 1. Introduction
 2. Conservation laws and differential equations
 3. Characteristics and Riemann problems for linear hyperbolic equations
 4. Finitevolume methods
 5. Introduction to the CLAWPACK software
 6. High resolution methods
 7. Boundary conditions and ghost cells
 8. Convergence, accuracy, and stability
 9. Variablecoefficient linear equations
 10. Other approaches to high resolution
 11. Nonlinear scalar conservation laws
 12. Finitevolume methods for nonlinear scalar conservation laws
 13. Nonlinear systems of conservation laws
 14. Gas dynamics and the Euler equations
 15. Finitevolume methods for nonlinear systems
 16. Some nonclassical hyperbolic problems
 17. Source terms and balance laws
 18. Multidimensional hyperbolic problems
 19. Multidimensional numerical methods
 20. Multidimensional scalar equations
 21. Multidimensional systems
 22. Elastic waves
 23. Finitevolume methods on quadrilateral grids
 Bibliography
 Index.
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 LeVeque, Randall J., 1955
 Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2002.
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 Book — xix, 558 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
 Summary

 Preface
 1. Introduction
 2. Conservation laws and differential equations
 3. Characteristics and Riemann problems for linear hyperbolic equations
 4. Finitevolume methods
 5. Introduction to the CLAWPACK software
 6. High resolution methods
 7. Boundary conditions and ghost cells
 8. Convergence, accuracy, and stability
 9. Variablecoefficient linear equations
 10. Other approaches to high resolution
 11. Nonlinear scalar conservation laws
 12. Finitevolume methods for nonlinear scalar conservation laws
 13. Nonlinear systems of conservation laws
 14. Gas dynamics and the Euler equations
 15. Finitevolume methods for nonlinear systems
 16. Some nonclassical hyperbolic problems
 17. Source terms and balance laws
 18. Multidimensional hyperbolic problems
 19. Multidimensional numerical methods
 20. Multidimensional scalar equations
 21. Multidimensional systems
 22. Elastic waves
 23. Finitevolume methods on quadrilateral grids
 Bibliography
 Index.
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 Washington, D.C. : National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch ; [Springfield, Va. : National Technical Information Service, distributor], 1986.
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 International Symposium on Finite Volumes for Complex Applications (6th : 2011 : Prague, Czech Republic)
 Berlin ; New York : Springer, ©2011.
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 Book — 1 online resource (xvii, 1065 pages)
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 Finite Volumes for Complex Application VI Problems & Perspectives; Editors Preface; Organization; Contents; Part I Regular Papers; Part II Invited Papers; Part III Benchmark Papers
20. A new timespace accurate scheme for hyperbolic problems I [microform] : quasiexplicit case [1998]
 Sidilkover, D.
 Hampton, VA : Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering, NASA Langley Research Center ; Springfield, VA : National Technical Information Service [distributor, 1998]
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