Untitled DocumentWiley Online Library Probekapitel. Preis inkl. MwSt, zzgl. This book is primarily for a first one-semester course on CFD; in mechanical, chemical, and aeronautical engineering. Almost all the existing books on CFD assume knowledge of mathematics in general and differential calculus as well as numerical methods in particular; thus, limiting the readership mostly to the postgraduate curriculum.
To provide the students with sufficient background to understand the mathematical representation of the governing equations of fluid flow and heat transfer. To enable the students to solve one and two-dimensional ordinary and partial differential equations using traditional CFD tools. To teach students how to express derivatives and differential equations through discretization techniques. To help the students to understand the general transformation equations for grid generation. To teach students how to apply explicit, implicit and semi-implicit methods of finite differencing.
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Computational Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer. Muralidhar , T. This text provides a comprehensive background to the numerical solution of equations arising in fluid flow and heat transfer problems. Robust methods which have emerged in the past decade for solving physical problems involving complex geometry as well as complex physics are emphasised. Algorithms suitable for main frame as well as desktop computing are covered. One of the goals of the book is to make well-developed numerical techniques immediately accessible to senior undergraduate and postgraduate students, college teachers, designers and research workers who would like to employ computational tools in their profession. Each of these groups will be aware of the host of applications where computational fluid flow and heat transfer is expected to make its mark.