Advances in Fluid Dynamics
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This special volume contains the proceedings of the Symposium held on June 26, 1988 at Williamsburg, Virginia, in honor of Professor Maurice Holt on the occasion of his seventieth birthday. There were more than two dozen participants from eleven countries. They were either his past students or his colleagues whose careers crossed his at some point. The twenty-one papers in this volume are the written version of the presentations at this Symposium; they are mostly in the area of computational fluid dynamics (CFD), a field in which Professor Holt is a pioneer. These papers cover almost all…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This special volume contains the proceedings of the Symposium held on June 26, 1988 at Williamsburg, Virginia, in honor of Professor Maurice Holt on the occasion of his seventieth birthday. There were more than two dozen participants from eleven countries. They were either his past students or his colleagues whose careers crossed his at some point. The twenty-one papers in this volume are the written version of the presentations at this Symposium; they are mostly in the area of computational fluid dynamics (CFD), a field in which Professor Holt is a pioneer. These papers cover almost all aspects of CFD including numerical analysis, symbolic analysis, and grid genera tion. They cover diverse topics such as complex plume flows, shock waves and shock focussing, coronary circulation, free surface flows, direct containment heat ing in nuclear reactors, and uranium enrichment. There is also an article on the progress and future directions in CFD by one of the true experts in this area. In addition to CFD papers, there is an experimental paper on the flow of spherical glass beads in airflow in a 90° vertical-to-horizontal bend, as well as a historical paper on seventy years of fluid dynamic research at Aerodynamisches Institut at Aachen. It is worth pointing out that there is also an article on the simple fluid concept by a world-renowned authority on continuum mechanics.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Springer / Springer, Berlin
  • Artikelnr. des Verlages: 978-1-4612-8201-3
  • Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1989
  • Seitenzahl: 328
  • Erscheinungstermin: 26. September 2011
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 235mm x 155mm x 17mm
  • Gewicht: 499g
  • ISBN-13: 9781461282013
  • ISBN-10: 1461282012
  • Artikelnr.: 36122003
Inhaltsangabe
Non-unique Solutions of the Euler Equations.- Navier-Stokes Computations of Three-Dimensional Laminar Flows with Buoyancy in a Channel with Wing-Type Vortex Generators.- The Numerical Solution of the Biharmonic Equation, Using a Spectral Multigrid Method.- Finite Volume Shape and Placement for Efficiency, Accuracy, and Physics.- NND Schemes and their Application to Numerical Simulation of Complex Plume Flow Problems.- Symbolic Analysis and Computational Algorithm Construction.- Velocity and Mass Flux Distribution Measurements of Spherical Glass Beads in Air Flow in a 90° Vertical-to Horizontal Bend.- Hyperbolic Solution Adaptive Mesh Generation.- From the Kármán-Trefftz Profile to Cast-7-75 Years of the Aerodynamisches Institut.- Progress and Future Directions in Computational Fluid Dynamics.- Computer Models Needed to Analyze the Hazard of Direct Containment Heating (DCH).- Numerical Simulation of Shock Focussing.- The Interaction Between a Pair of Counter-Rotating Potential Vortices in Vertical Ascent and a Free Surface.- Microbubble Formulation and Splitting in a Turbulent Boundary Layer for Turbulence Reduction.- Some Remarks on the Kutta Condition.- The Simple Fluid Concept.- On the Uniqueness of Discrete Shock Waves.- Computational Fluid Mechanics in R&D on Uranium Enrichment.- Numerical Study of Spherical Taylor-Couette Flow.- Trajectories of Vortex Lines Beneath a Free Surface or Above a Plane..- A Mathematical Model for Response of the Coronary Circulation to High Sustained Gravitational Force Field.- A Class of Discontinuities Caused by 'Delta Functions'.