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Advanced Computational Methods in Science and Engineering by Rob F. Remis, Neil V. Budko (auth.), Barry Koren, Kees Vuik

By Rob F. Remis, Neil V. Budko (auth.), Barry Koren, Kees Vuik (eds.)

The objective of the current ebook is to teach, in a extensive and but deep means, the cutting-edge in computational technological know-how and engineering. Examples of issues addressed are: quick and actual numerical algorithms, model-order relief, grid computing, immersed-boundary tools, and particular computational equipment for simulating a large choice of not easy difficulties, difficulties reminiscent of: fluid-structure interplay, turbulent flames, bone-fracture therapeutic, micro-electro-mechanical platforms, failure of composite fabrics, hurricane surges, particulate flows, etc. the most gain provided to readers of the ebook is a well-balanced, updated evaluation over the sector of computational technological know-how and engineering, via in-depth articles by way of experts from the separate disciplines.

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E. Plessix We stress that while we only investigate the use of this interpolation for structured grids in this work, the use of these multigrid components enable the solution of unstructured-grid Helmholtz problems. 4 Numerical experiments In this section, we perform several numerical 2D experiments of increasing complexity. We start with the constant wavenumber problem, which serves as a benchmark for the algorithmic choices, after which we evaluate the method’s performance for a Helmholtz problem with a wedge heterogeneity, and a model of the Sigsbee field.

Methods in Fluids 20: 59–74, 1995. On Numerical Issues in Time Accurate Laminar Reacting Gas Flow Solvers S. van Veldhuizen, C. R. Kleijn Abstract The numerical modeling of laminar reacting gas flows in thermal Chemical Vapor Deposition (CVD) processes commonly involves the solution of advectiondiffusion-reaction equations for a large number of reactants and intermediate species. These equations are stiffly coupled through the reaction terms, which typically include dozens of finite rate elementary reaction steps with largely varying rate constants.

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