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Author Blazek, J.

Title Computational fluid dynamics : principles and applications / J. Blazek.

Published Amsterdam ; Boston ; London : Elsevier, 2005.

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 UniM ERC  532.05 BLAZ    DUE 26-10-19
Edition 2nd ed.
Physical description xx, 470 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm + 1 CD-ROM
Notes Previous ed.: Oxford: Elsevier Science, 2001.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents 2 Governing Equations 5 -- 2.1 Flow and its Mathematical Description 5 -- 2.2 Conservation Laws 8 -- 2.3 Viscous Stresses 13 -- 2.4 Complete System of the Navier-Stokes Equations 16 -- 3 Principles of Solution of the Governing Equations 29 -- 3.1 Spatial Discretisation 32 -- 3.2 Temporal Discretisation 45 -- 3.3 Turbulence Modelling 53 -- 3.4 Initial and Boundary Conditions 56 -- 4 Structured Finite Volume Schemes 77 -- 4.1 Geometrical Quantities of a Control Volume 81 -- 4.2 General Discretisation Methodologies 85 -- 4.3 Discretisation of the Convective Fluxes 95 -- 4.4 Discretisation of the Viscous Fluxes 118 -- 5 Unstructured Finite Volume Schemes 131 -- 5.1 Geometrical Quantities of a Control Volume 136 -- 5.2 General Discretisation Methodologies 141 -- 5.3 Discretisation of the Convective Fluxes 153 -- 5.4 Discretisation of the Viscous Fluxes 172 -- 6 Temporal Discretisation 183 -- 6.1 Explicit Time-Stepping Schemes 184 -- 6.2 Implicit Time-Stepping Schemes 192 -- 6.3 Methodologies for Unsteady Flows 214 -- 7 Turbulence Modelling 227 -- 7.1 Basic Equations of Turbulence 230 -- 7.2 First-Order Closures 240 -- 7.3 Large-Eddy Simulation 250 -- 8 Boundary Conditions 271 -- 8.1 Concept of Dummy Cells 272 -- 8.2 Solid Wall 274 -- 8.3 Farfield 281 -- 8.4 Inlet/Outlet Boundary 287 -- 8.5 Injection Boundary 289 -- 8.6 Symmetry Plane 290 -- 8.7 Coordinate Cut 291 -- 8.8 Periodic Boundaries 292 -- 8.9 Interface Between Grid Blocks 295 -- 8.10 Flow Gradients at Boundaries of Unstructured Grids 298 -- 9 Acceleration Techniques 303 -- 9.1 Local Time-Stepping 304 -- 9.2 Enthalpy Damping 305 -- 9.3 Residual Smoothing 306 -- 9.4 Multigrid 312 -- 9.5 Preconditioning for Low Mach Numbers 327 -- 10 Consistency, Accuracy and Stability 351 -- 10.1 Consistency Requirements 352 -- 10.2 Accuracy of Discretisation 353 -- 10.3 Von Neumann Stability Analysis 354 -- 11 Principles of Grid Generation 373 -- 11.1 Structured Grids 376 -- 11.2 Unstructured Grids 388 -- 12 Description of the Source Codes 415 -- 12.1 Programs for Stability Analysis 417 -- 12.2 Structured 1-D Grid Generator 417 -- 12.3 Structured 2-D Grid Generators 418 -- 12.4 Structured to Unstructured Grid Converter 419 -- 12.5 Quasi 1-D Euler Solver 419 -- 12.6 Structured 2-D Euler/Navier-Stokes Solver 420 -- 12.7 Unstructured 2-D Euler/Navier-Stokes Solver 421 -- 12.8 Visualisation Tool 423 -- A.1 Governing Equations in Differential Form 427 -- A.2 Quasilinear Form of the Euler Equations 433 -- A.3 Mathematical Character of the Governing Equations 434 -- A.4 Navier-Stokes Equations in Rotating Frame of Reference 438 -- A.5 Navier-Stokes Equations Formulated for Moving Grids 441 -- A.6 Thin Shear Layer Approximation 445 -- A.7 Parabolised Navier-Stokes Equations 447 -- A.8 Axisymmetric Form of the Navier-Stokes Equations 448 -- A.9 Convective Flux Jacobian 450 -- A.10 Viscous Flux Jacobian 452 -- A.11 Transformation from Conservative to Characteristic Variables 455 -- A.12 GMRES Algorithm 458 -- A.13 Tensor Notation 462.
Subject Computational fluid dynamics.
Fluid dynamics -- Mathematical models.
ISBN 0080445063 (hbk.)