Encyclopedia of Fluid Mechanics: Supplement 1: Applied Mathematics in Fluid Dynamics

Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff

This supplement to the comprehensive series Encyclopedia of Fluid Mechanics steps back from the topical approach to fluid mechanics, and embraces the overall subject from an entirely mathematical viewpoint. Within the pure science of mathematics, the motion of particles and fluids is described and studies without the uncertainty that can accompany experimental investigations. This volume addresses the mathematical details of model formation and development, which constitutes the basis for numerical experimentation. It is intended to stimulate and report current and emerging concepts in pure research on flow dynamics.
  • Limba : Engleza
  • Cuprins : On the nature of Navier-Stokes turbulence; mean velocity and shear stress in two-dimensional turbulent wakes; computation of separated and reattached turbulent boundary layers; development of the theory - computations of separated and reattached turbulent boundary layers, validation of the theory; a new stochastic particle dispersion modeling of the turbulent, particle-laden, round jet; optimal approach for the prediction of critical flow; characteristics of flow fields in liquid metal baths due to vertically injected gas jets - a numerical study; on some numerical methods for viscous compressible flow; grid generation techniques with applications to fluid dynamics; approximation of boundary value problems using finite elements; boundary conditions approximations and accuracy in channel flow analysis; techniques for free boundary problems; on a coupled system of hyperbolic equations arising in thermoelasticity; hyperbolic conservation laws; invariance properties of partial differential equations via infinites
  • Data Publicarii : 03 May 1993
  • Format : Hardback
  • Numar pagini : 692
  • ISBN : 9780872015470
1041.99 Lei
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