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Title:Mathematical Models of Fluid Dynamics
Author(s): Ansorge
Date:2009
Publisher:Wiley-VCH
Size:1 online resource (243 p.)
ISBN:9783527407743
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Keywords: Mathematics
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Title:The finite element method in heat transfer and fluid dynamics
Author(s): Junuthula Narasimha Reddy 1945-
David K. Gartling
Date:1994
Publisher:CRC Press, Boca Raton
ISBN:0849394104
Keywords: Fluid dynamics Mathematical models.
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Title:Numerical computation of internal and external flows
Author(s): Charles Hirsch
Date:1988
Publisher:Wiley
Note:v. 1. Fundamentals of numerical discretization -- v. 2. Computational methods for inviscid and viscous flows
Contents:THE NUMERICAL COMPUTATION OF POTENTIAL FLOWS. The Mathematical Formulations of the Potential Flow Model. The Discretization of the Subsonic Potential Equation. The Computation of Stationary Transonic Potential Flows. THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE SYSTEM OF EULER EQUATIONS. The Mathematical Formulation of the System of Euler Equations. The Lax-Wendroff Family of Space-Centered Schemes. The Central Schemes with Independent Time Integration. The Treatment of Boundary Conditions. Upwind Schemes for the Euler Equations. Second Order Upwind and High-Resolution Schemes. THE NUMERICAL SOLUTION OF THE NAVIER-STOKES EQUATIONS. The Properties of the System of Navier-Stokes Equations. Discretization Methods for the Navier-Stokes Equations
ISBN:0471923516
Series:Wiley series in numerical methods in engineering
Keywords: Fluid dynamics , Mathematical models , Fluids , Flows , Simulations , Numerical methods
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Title:Reduced Basis Methods for Partial Differential Equations An Introduction
Author(s): Alfio Quarteroni
Date:2016
Size:1 online resource (296 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-319-15431-2
Contents:1 Introduction -- 2 Representative problems: analysis and (high-fidelity) approximation -- 3 Getting parameters into play -- 4 RB method: basic principle, basic properties -- 5 Construction of reduced basis spaces -- 6 Algebraic and geometrical str ucture -- 7 RB method in actions -- 8 Extension to nonaffine problems -- 9 Extension to nonlinear problems -- 10 Reduction and control: a natural interplay -- 11 Further extensions -- 12 Appendix A Elements of functional analysis
ISBN:9783319154312
Series:eBooks
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Series:UNITEXT: 92
Keywords: Mathematics , Partial differential equations , Mathematical models , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Fluid mechanics , Mathematics , Partial Differential Equations , Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics , Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering , Engineering Fluid Dynamics
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Title:Waves and Compressible Flow
Author(s): Hilary Ockendon
Date:2016
Edition:2nd ed. 2016
Size:1 online resource (243 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4939-3381-5
Contents:Introduction -- The Equations of Inviscid Compressible Flow -- Models for Linear Wave Propagation -- Theories for Linear Waves -- Nonlinear Waves in Fluids -- Shock Waves -- Epilogue
ISBN:9781493933815
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Keywords: Mathematics , Mathematical models , Mathematical physics , Continuum physics , Fluid mechanics , Mathematics , Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics , Engineering Fluid Dynamics , Classical Continuum Physics , Mathematical Physics
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Title:Five Decades of Tackling Models for Stiff Fluid Dynamics Problems [electronic resource] : A Scientific Autobiography
Author(s): Radyadour Kh Zeytounian
Date:2014
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
Note:Rationality - as opposed to 'ad-hoc' - and asymptotics - to emphasize the fact that perturbative methods are at the core of the theory - are the two main concepts associated with the Rational Asymptotic Modeling (RAM) approach influid dynamics when t he goal is to specifically provide useful models accessible to numerical simulation via high-speed computing. This approach has contributed to a fresh understanding of Newtonian fluid flow problems and has openedup new avenues for tackling real fluid flow phenomena, which are known to lead to very difficult mathematical and numerical problems irrespective of turbulence. With the present scientific autobiography the author guides the readerthrough his somewhat non-traditional career first discovering fluid mechanics, and then devoting more than fifty years to intense work in the field. Using both personal and general historical contexts, this account will be of benefitto anyone interested in the early and contemporary developments of an important branch of theoretical and computational fluid mechanics
Contents:Introduction
Ten Years in Armenia
The Moscow Period With I.A. Kibel
My French Scientific Career up to 2012
The Interrelationship Between NSF Equations and our RAM Approach
Retrospective Summary
Bibliography
ISBN:9783642395413
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Keywords: Physical geography , Hydraulic engineering
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Title:Mathematical and Numerical Foundations of Turbulence Models and Applications [electronic resource]
Author(s): Toms Chacn Rebollo
Roger Lewandowski
Date:2014
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Birkhuser
Size:1 online resource
Note:With applications to climate, technology, and industry, the modeling and numerical simulation of turbulent flows are rich with history and modern relevance. The complexity of the problems that arise in the study of turbulencerequires tools from vario us scientific disciplines, including mathematics, physics, engineering, and computer science. Authored by two experts in the area with a long history of collaboration, this monograph provides a current,detailed look at several turbulence models from both the theoretical and numerical perspectives. The k-epsilon, large-eddy simulation, and other models are rigorously derived and their performance is analyzed using benchmarksimulations for real-world turbulent flows. Mathematical and Numerical Foundations o f Turbulence Models and Applications is an ideal reference for students in applied mathematics and engineering, as well as researchers in mathematicaland numerical fluid dynamics. It is also a valuable resource for advanced graduate students in fluid dyna mics, engineers, physical oceanographers, meteorologists, and climatologists
Contents:Introduction
Incompressible Navier
Stokes Equations
Mathematical Basis of Turbulence Modeling
The k Model
Laws of the Turbulence by Similarity Principles
Steady Navier
Stokes Equations with Wall Laws and Fixed Eddy Viscosities
Analysis of the Continuous Steady NS
TKE Model
Evolutionary NS
TKE Model
Finite Element Approximation of Steady Smagorinsky Model
Finite Element Approximation of Evolution Smagorinsky Model
A Projection
based Variational Multi
Scale Model
Numerical Approximation of NS
TKE Model
Numerical Experiments
Appendix A: Tool Box
ISBN:9781493904556
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Keywords: Mathematics , Differential equations, partial , Numerical analysis , Hydraulic engineering
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Title:Ergodic Theory, Open Dynamics, and Coherent Structures [electronic resource]
Author(s): Wael Bahsoun
Christopher Bose
Gary Froyland
Date:2014
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer
Size:1 online resource
Note:This book is comprised of selected research articles developed from a workshop onErgodic Theory, Probabilistic Methods and Applications, held in April 2012 at the BanffInternational Research Station.It contains contributionsfrom world leading experts in ergodic theory, dynamical systems, numerical analysis, fluid dynamics, and networks.The volume will serve asa valuable reference for mathematicians, physicists, engineers, physical oceanographers,atmospheric scientists, biologists, and climate scientis ts, who currently use, or wish to learn how to use, probabilistic techniques to cope with dynamical models that display open, coherent, or non-equilibrium behavior
Contents:1. Nonautonomous flows as open dynamical systems: characterising escape rates and time
varying boundaries
2. Eigenvalues of transfer operators for dynamical systems with holes
3. Periodic points, escape rates and escape measures
4. A multi
time step method to compute optical flow with scientific priors for observations of a fluidic system
5. Numerical approximation of conditionally invariant measures via maximum entropy
6. Lebesgue ergodicity of a dissipative subtractive algorithm
7. Improved estimates of survival probabilities via isospectral transformations
8. Dispersing
ISBN:9781493904198
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Series:Mathematics and Statistics (Springer-11649)
Keywords: Mathematics , Differentiable dynamical systems , Mathematical optimization , Distribution (Probability theory)
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Title:Mathematical Modeling for Complex Fluids and Flows [electronic resource]
Author(s): Michel O Deville
Thomas B Gatski
Date:2012
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:Mathematical Modeling for Complex Fluids and Flows provides researchers and engineering practitioners encountering fluid flows with state-of-the-art knowledge in continuum concepts and associated fluid dynamics. In doing so itsupplies the means to de sign mathematical models of these flows that adequately express the engineering physics involved. It exploits the implicit link between the turbulent flow of classical Newtonian fluids and the laminar andturbulent flow of non-Newtonian fluids such as thos e required in food processing and polymeric flows. The book develops a descriptive mathematical model articulated through continuum mechanics concepts for these non-Newtonian,viscoelastic fluids and turbulent flows. Each complex fluid and flow is examined in this continuum context as well as in combination with the turbulent flow of viscoelastic fluids. Some details are also explored via kinetic theory,especially viscoelastic fluids and their treatment with the Boltzmann equation. Both solution and modeli ng strategies for turbulent flows are laid out using continuum concepts, including a description of constructing polynomialrepresentations and accounting for non-inertial and curvature effects. Ranging from fundamental concepts to practical methodology, a nd including discussion of emerging technologies, this book is ideal for those requiring asingle-source assessment of current practice in this intricate yet vital field
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Contents:1. Introduction
2. Tensor Analysis, Invariants, and Representations
3. Kinematics and Dynamics
4. Constitutive Equations: General Principles
5. Non
Newtonian and Viscoelastic Fluids
6. Turbulent Flows
7. The Boltzmann Equation
8. Properties of the Hermite Polynomials
Table of symbols
References
ISBN:9783642252952
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Keywords: Mathematics , Computer simulation
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Title:Advances in Applied Analysis [electronic resource]
Author(s): Sergei V Rogosin
Anna A Koroleva
Date:2012
Publisher:Basel : Springer Basel : Imprint: Birkhuser
Size:1 online resource
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Note:This book contains survey papers based on the lectures presented at the 3rd International Winter School Modern Problems of Mathematics and Mechanics held in January 2010 at the Belarusian State University, Minsk. Theselectures are devoted to differen t problems of modern analysis and its applications. An extended presentation of modern problems of applied analysis will enable the reader to get familiar with new approaches of mostly interdisciplinarycharacter. The results discussed are application orie nted and present new insight into applied problems of growing importance such as applications to composite materials, anomalous diffusion, and fluid dynamics
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Contents:Introduction
Kisil, Vladimir V.: Erlangen Program at Large: Brief Outline
Laurincikas, A.: The Riemann zeta
function: approximation of analytic functions
Luchko, Yury: Anomalous diffusion: models, their analysis, and interpretation
Mityushev, Vladimir, V.: R
linear and Riemann
Hilbert problems for multiply connected domains
Plaksa, S. A.: Commutative algebras associated with classic equations of mathematical physics
Rogosin, Sergei V.: 2D Free Boundary Value Problems
ISBN:9783034804172
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Series:Trends in Mathematics
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Keywords: Mathematics , Functions of complex variables , Differential equations, partial , Number theory
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Title:Interfacial Convection in Multilayer Systems [electronic resource]
Author(s): A Nepomnyashchy
I Simanovskii
J.C Legros
Date:2012
Edition:2nd ed. 2012
Publisher:Boston, MA : Springer US
Size:1 online resource
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Note:The interfacial convection is a widespread phenomenon which has numerous applications. This book describes the basic models of interfacial convection used on different spatial scales. It presents a variety of physical mechanismsand types of instabili ty characteristic for liquid systems with interfaces. The book summarizes results obtained in the field of interfacial convection during a number of decades, including recent developments in exploration ofmicrofluidic convective flows. The book will appea l to researchers and graduate students working in the field of fluid dynamics. It will help readers to master the mathematical approaches which are used for studying convective flowsand understand the underlying physical phenomena. This new edition has be en updated throughout and contains the significant progress achieved in studying phenomena in ultra-thin films, in systems with phase transitions, multicomponentsystems, and nanosuspensions. Reviews of first edition: In summary, the bulk of this book is e xcellentIf the authors could expand the content of chapters six and seven to give the same level of coverage as the first fivechapters, this would be an even more valuable resource for mathematicians, physicists and engineers working on the stability of t hermocapillary flows. (Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 2007) This monograph pulls together the largeamount of very recent theoretical and experimental works related to interfacial convection in multilayer systems and is a valuable contribution. (Mathematical Reviews, 2007)
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Contents:Introduction
Types of convective instabilities in systems with an interface
Benard problem in multilayer systems with undeformable interfaces
Benard problem in multilayer systems with deformable interfaces
Stability of flows
Outlook
ISBN:9780387877143
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Series:Applied Mathematical Sciences, 0066-5452 : v179
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Keywords: Mathematics , Differential equations, partial
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Title:Numerical Methods for Two-phase Incompressible Flows [electronic resource]
Author(s): Sven Gross
Arnold Reusken
Date:2011
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:This book is the first monograph providing an introduction to and an overview of numerical methods for the simulation of two-phase incompressible flows. The Navier-Stokes equations describing the fluid dynamics are examined incombination with models for mass and surfactant transport. The book pursues a comprehensive approach: important modeling issues are treated, appropriate weak formulations are derived, level set and finite element discretizationtechniques are analyzed, efficient iterative solvers are investigated, implementational aspects are considered and the results of numerical experiments are presented. The book is aimed at M Sc and PhD students and other researchers inthe fields of Numerical Analysis and Computational Engineering Science in terested in the numerical treatment of two-phase incompressible flows
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Contents:Introduction
Part I One
phase incompressible flows
Mathematical models
Finite element discretization
Time integration
ISBN:9783642196867
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Series:Springer Series in Computational Mathematics, 0179-3632 : v40
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Keywords: Mathematics , Computer science Mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Hydraulic engineering , Mechanical engineering
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Title:Fundamentals of Scientific Computing [electronic resource]
Author(s): Bertil Gustafsson
Date:2011
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:The book of nature is written in the language of mathematics -- Galileo Galilei How is it possible to predict weather patterns for tomorrow, with access solely to todays weather data? And how is it possible to predict theaerodynamic behavior of an a ircraft that has yet to be built? The answer is computer simulations based on mathematical models sets of equations that describe the underlying physical properties. However, these equations areusually much too complicated to solve, either by the smarte st mathematician or the largest supercomputer. This problem is overcome by constructing an approximation: a numerical model with a simpler structure can be translated into aprogram that tells the computer how to carry out the simulation. This book conveys the fundamentals of mathematical models, numerical methods and algorithms. Opening with a tutorial on mathematical models and analysis, it proceeds tointroduce the most important classes of numerical methods, with finite element, finite difference and sp ectral methods as central tools. The concluding section describes applications in physics and engineering, including wavepropagation, heat conduction and fluid dynamics. Also covered are the principles of computers and programming, including MATLAB
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Contents:Part I Models and elementary mathematics
Part II Fundamentals in numerical analysis
Part III Numerical methods for differential equations
Part IV Numerical methods for algebraic equations
Part V Applications
References
Index
ISBN:9783642194955
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Keywords: Mathematics , Computer simulation , Biology Data processing , Computer science Mathematics , Computer science , Engineering mathematics
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Title:Nonlinear Conservation Laws and Applications [electronic resource]
Author(s): Alberto Bressan
Gui-Qiang G Chen
Marta Lewicka
Dehua Wang
Date:2011
Publisher:Boston, MA : Springer US
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Note:This volume contains the proceedings of the Summer Program on Nonlinear Conservation Laws and Applications held at the IMA on July 130-31, 2009. Hyperbolic conservation laws is a classical subject, which has experienced vigorousgrowth in recent years . The present collection provides a timely survey of the state of the art in this exciting field, and a comprehensive outlook on open problems. Contributions of more theoretical nature cover the followingtopics: global existence and uniqueness theory of one-dimensional systems, multidimensional conservation laws in several space variables and approximations of their solutions, mathematical analysis of fluid motion, stability anddynamics of viscous shock waves, singular limits for viscous systems, basic p rinciples in the modeling of turbulent mixing, transonic flows past an obstacle and a fluid dynamic approach for isometric embedding in geometry, models ofnonlinear elasticity, the Monge problem, and transport equations with rough coefficients. In additi on, there are a number of papers devoted to applications. These include: models of blood flow, self-gravitating compressible fluids,granular flow, charge transport in fluids, and the modeling and control of traffic flow on networks
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Contents:Foreword
Preface
Open questions in the theory of one dimensional hyperbolic conservation laws
Multidimensional conservation laws: Overview, problems, and perspective
Mathematical analysis of fluids in motion
Selected topics in approximate solutions of nonlinear conservation laws
High
resolution central schemes
Stability and dynamics of viscous shock waves
Mathematical aspects of a model for granular flow
The flow associated to weakly differentiable vector fields: recent results and open problems
Existence and uniqueness results for the continuity equation and appl
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Keywords: Mathematics , Differentiable dynamical systems , Mathematical physics
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Title:Numerical Methods for Fluid Dynamics [electronic resource] : With Applications to Geophysics
Author(s): Dale R Durran
Date:2010
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:This book is a major revision of Numerical Methods for Wave Equations in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics the new title of the second edition conveys its broader scope. The second edition is designed to serve graduate students andresearchers studying geoph ysical fluids, while also providing a non-discipline-specific introduction to numerical methods for the solution of time-dependent differential equations. The methods considered are those at the foundation ofreal-world atmospheric or ocean models, with th e focus being on the essential mathematical properties of each method. The fundamental character of each scheme is examined in prototypical fluid-dynamical problems like tracer transport,chemically reacting flow, shallow-water waves, and waves in an inter nally stratified fluid. The book includes exercises and is well illustrated with figures linking theoretical analyses to results from actual computations. Changes fromthe first edition include new chapters, discussions and updates throughout. Dale Durran is Professor and Chair of Atmospheric Sciences and Adjunct Professor of Applied Mathematics at the University of Washington. Reviews from the FirstEdition: This book will no doubt become a standard within the atmospheric science community, but its comfort able applied mathematical style will also appeal to many interested in computing advective flows and waves. It is acontemporary and worthy addition to the still-sparse list of quality graduate-level references on the numerical solution of PDEs. SIAM Revie w, 2000, 42, 755-756 (by David Muraki) This book presents an extensive overview of pastand current numerical methods used in the context of solving wave systems It is directed primarily at flows that do not develop shocks and focuses on standard fluid pr oblems including tracer transport, the shallow-water equationsand the Euler equations the book is well organized and written and fills a long-standing void for collected material on numer
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Keywords: Mathematics , Physical geography , Numerical analysis , Mechanical engineering , Civil engineering
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Title:Nonlinear Differential Equations of Monotone Types in Banach Spaces [electronic resource]
Author(s): Viorel Barbu
Date:2010
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:This book is concerned with basic results on Cauchy problems associated with nonlinear monotone operators in Banach spaces with applications to partial differential equations of evolutive type. This is a monograph about the mostsignificant results ob tained in this area in last decades but is also written as a graduate textbook on modern methods in partial differential equations with main emphasis on applications to fundamental mathematical models ofmathematical physics, fluid dynamics and mechanics. This book is selfcontained while the prerequisites in functional analysis are necessary to understand as it is being presented in a preliminary chapter. An up-to-date list ofreferences and extended comments are included
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Contents:Fundamental Functional Analysis
Maximal Monotone Operators in Banach Spaces
Accretive Nonlinear Operators in Banach Spaces
The Cauchy Problem in Banach Spaces
Existence Theory of Nonlinear Dissipative Dynamics
ISBN:9781441955425
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Keywords: Mathematics , Global analysis (Mathematics) , Differential equations, partial
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Title:Mathematical Physiology [electronic resource] : I: Cellular Physiology
Author(s): James Keener
James Sneyd
Date:2009
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York : Imprint: Springer
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Note:There has been a long history of interaction between mathematics and physiology. This book looks in detail at a wide selection of mathematical models in physiology, showing how physiological problems can be formulated and studiedmathematically, and h ow such models give rise to interesting and challenging mathematical questions. With its coverage of many recent models it gives an overview of the field, while many older models are also discussed, to put themodern work in context. In this second edition the coverage of basic principles has been expanded to include such topics as stochastic differential equations, Markov models and Gibbs free energy, and the selection of models has alsobeen expanded to include some of the basic models of fluid transport, respiration/perfusion, blood diseases, molecular motors, smooth muscle, neuroendrocine cells, the baroreceptor loop, turboglomerular oscillations, blood clotting andthe retina. Owing to this extensive coverage, the second edition is published in two volu mes. This first volume deals with the fundamental principles of cell physiology and the second with the physiology of systems. The book includesdetailed illustrations and numerous excercises with selected solutions. The emphasis throughout is on the appli cations because of this interdisciplinary approach, this book will be of interest to students and researchers, not only inmathematics, but also in bioengineering, physics, chemistry, biology, statistics and medicine. James Keener is a Distinguished Profes sor of Mathematics at the University of Utah. He and his wife live in Salt Lake City, but don't besurprised if he moves to the mountains. James Sneyd is the Professor of Applied Mathematics at the University of Auckland in New Zealand, where he has worked for the past six years. He lives with his wife and three children beside abeach, and would rather be swimming. Reviews of the first edition: ...probably the best book ever written on the interdiscipli
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Contents:Cellular Physiology
Biochemical Reactions
Cellular Homeostasis
Membrane Ion Channels
Passive Electrical Flow in Neurons
Excitability
Traveling Waves of Electrical Excitation
Wave Propagation in Higher Dimensions
Calcium Dynamics
Intercellular Communication
Neuroendocrine Cells
Regulation of Cell Function
ISBN:9780387758473
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Keywords: Mathematics , Human physiology
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Title:Quality and Reliability of Large-Eddy Simulations [electronic resource]
Author(s): Johan Meyers
Bernard J Geurts
Pierre Sagaut
Date:2008
Publisher:Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands
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Note:Computational resources have developed to the level that, for the first time, it is becoming possible to apply large-eddy simulation (LES) to turbulent flow problems of realistic complexity. Many examples can be found intechnology and in a variety of natural flows. This puts issues related to assessing, assuring, and predicting the quality of LES into the spotlight. Several LES studies have been published in the past, demonstrating a high level ofaccuracy with which turbulent flow predictions can be attained, without having to resort to the excessive requirements on computational resources imposed by direct numerical simulations. However, the setup and use of turbulent flowsimulations requires a profound knowledge of fluid mechanics, numerical techni ques, and the application under consideration. The susceptibility of large-eddy simulations to errors in modelling, in numerics, and in the treatment ofboundary conditions, can be quite large due to nonlinear accumulation of different contributions over t ime, leading to an intricate and unpredictable situation. A full understanding of the interacting error dynamics in large-eddysimulations is still lacking. To ensure the reliability of large-eddy simulations for a wide range of industrial users, the devel opment of clear standards for the evaluation, prediction, and control of simulation errors in LES issummoned. The workshop on Quality and Reliability of Large-Eddy Simulations, held October 22-24, 2007 in Leuven, Belgium (QLES2007), provided one of the fi rst platforms specifically addressing these aspects of LES
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Contents:Numerical and Mathematical Analysis of Subgrid
Scale
Model and Discretization Errors
Architecture of Approximate Deconvolution Models of Turbulence*
Adaptive Turbulence Computation Based on Weak Solutions and Weak Uniqueness
On the Application of Wavelets to LES Sub
grid Modelling
Analysis of Truncation Errors and Design of Physically Optimized Discretizations
Spectral Behavior of Various Subgrid
Scale Models in LES at Very High Reynolds Number
Performance Assessment of a New Advective Subgrid Model Through Two Classic Benchmark Test Cases
Assessment of Dissipation in LES
ISBN:9781402085789
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Keywords: Thermodynamics
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Title:Instability in Models Connected with Fluid Flows I [electronic resource]
Author(s): Claude Bardos
Andrei Fursikov
Date:2008
Publisher:New York, NY : Springer New York
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Note:Instability in Models Connected with Fluid Flows I presents chapters from world renowned specialists. The stability of mathematical models simulating physical processes is discussed in topics on control theory, first order linearand nonlinear equatio ns, water waves, free boundary problems, large time asymptotics of solutions, stochastic equations, Euler equations, Navier-Stokes equations, and other PDEs of fluid mechanics. Fields covered include:controllability and accessibility properties of the Nav ier- Stokes and Euler systems, nonlinear dynamics of particle-like wavepackets, attractors of nonautonomous Navier-Stokes systems, large amplitude monophase nonlinear geometricoptics, existence results for 3D Navier-Stokes equations and smoothness results for 2D Boussinesq equations, instability of incompressible Euler equations, increased stability in the Cauchy problem for elliptic equations. Contributorsinclude: Andrey Agrachev (Italy-Russia) and Andrey Sarychev (Italy) Maxim Arnold (Russia) Anatoli Ba bin (USA) and Alexander Figotin (USA) Vladimir Chepyzhov (Russia) and Mark Vishik (Russia) Christophe Cheverry (France) EfimDinaburg (Russia) and Yakov Sinai (USA-Russia) Francois Golse (France), Alex Mahalov (USA), and Basil Nicolaenko (USA) Victor Isako v (USA)
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Contents:Preface, Claude Bardos and Andrei Fursikov
Solid Controllability in Fluid Dynamics, Andrey Agrachev and Andrey Sarychev
Analyticity of Periodic Solutions of the 2D Boussinesq System, Maxim Arnold
Nonlinear Dynamics of a System of Particle
Like Wavepackets, Anatoli Babin and Aleksander Figotin
Attractors for Nonautonomous NavierStokes System and Other Partial Differential Equations, Vladimir Chepyzhov and Mark Vishik
Recent Results in Large Amplitude Monophase Nonlinear Geometric Optics, Christophe Cheverry
Existence Theorems for the 3DNavierStokes System Having as In
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Keywords: Mathematics , Global analysis (Mathematics) , Differential equations, partial , Computer science Mathematics , Mathematical optimization , Thermodynamics , Mechanics, applied
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Title:Linear Partial Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers [electronic resource]
Author(s): Tyn Myint-U
Lokenath Debnath
Date:2007
Edition:Fourth Edition
Publisher:Boston, MA : Birkhuser Boston
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Note:One of the most fundamental and active areas in mathematics, the theory of partial differential equations (PDEs) is essential in the modeling of natural phenomena. PDEs have a wide range of interesting and important applicationsin every branch of app lied mathematics, physics, and engineering, including fluid dynamics, elasticity, and optics. This significantly expanded fourth edition is designed as an introduction to the theory and applications of linearPDEs. The authors provide fundamental concepts, underlying principles, a wide range of applications, and various methods of solutions to PDEs. In addition to essential standard material on the subject, the book contains new materialthat is not usually covered in similar texts and reference books, incl uding conservation laws, the spherical wave equation, the cylindrical wave equation, higher-dimensional boundary-value problems, the finite element method,fractional partial differential equations, and nonlinear partial differential equations with applica tions. Key features include: * Applications to a wide variety of physical problems in numerous interdisciplinary areas * Over 900worked examples and exercises dealing with problems in fluid mechanics, gas dynamics, optics, plasma physics, elasticity, biol ogy, and chemistry * Historical comments on partial differential equations * Solutions and hints to selectedexercises * A comprehensive bibliographycomprised of many standard texts and reference books, as well as a set of selected classic and recent paper sfor readers interested in learning more about the modern treatment of the subjectLinear Partial Differential Equations for Scientists and Engineers, Fourth Edition will primarily serve as a textbook for the first two courses in PDEs, or in a course on ad vanced engineering mathematics. The book may also be used as areference for graduate students, researchers, and professionals in modern applied mathematics, mathematical physics, and engineering
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Contents:Preface to the Fourth Edition
Preface to the Third Edition
Introduction
First
Order, Quasi
Linear Equations and Method of Characteristics
Mathematical Models
Classification of Second
Order Linear Equations
The Cauchy Problem and Wave Equations
Fourier Series and Integrals with Applications
Method of Separation of Variables
Eigenvalue Problems and Special Functions
Boundary
Value Problems and Applications
Higher
Dimensional Boundary
Value Problems
Green's Functions and Boundary
Value Problems
Integral Transform Methods with Applications
Nonlinear Partia
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Title:Large Eddy Simulation for Incompressible Flows [electronic resource] : An Introduction
Author(s): Pierre Sagaut
Date:2006
Edition:Third Edition
Publisher:Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg
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Note:The first and most exhaustive work of its kind devoted entirely to the subject, Large Eddy Simulation presents a comprehensive account and a unified view of this young but very rich discipline. LES is the only efficient techniquefor approaching high Reynolds numbers when simulating industrial, natural or experimental configurations. The author concentrates on incompressible fluids and chooses his topics in treating with care both the mathematical ideas andtheir applications. The book addresses resear chers as well as graduate students and engineers. The second edition was a greatly enriched version motivated both by the increasing theoretical interest in LES and the increasing number ofapplications. Two entirely new chapters were devoted to the coupli ng of LES with multiresolution multidomain techniques and to the new hybrid approaches that relate the LES procedures to the classical statistical methods based on theReynolds-Averaged Navier-Stokes equations. This 3rd edition adds various sections to the text such as a careful error analysis of filtered density function models and multiscale models. It also contains two new chapters dealing withthe mathematical representations of LES and the prediction of active and passive scalar dynamics, which are of considerable interest for engineering and geophysical modeling. The part on geophysical flow has much to offer on a criticalcurrent issue. To quote from the foreword to the third edition written by Charles Meneveau: ... this meticulously assembled and sig nificantly enlarged description of the many aspects of LES will be a most welcome addition to thebookshelves of scientists and engineers in fluid mechanics, LES practitioners, and students of turbulence in general.
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Contents:Introduction
Formal Introduction to Scale Separation: Band
Pass Filtering
Application to Navier
Stokes Equations
Other Mathematical Models for the Large
Eddy Simulation Problem
Functional Modeling (Isotropic Case)
Functional Modeling: Extension to Anisotropic Cases
Structural Modeling
Numerical Solution: Interpretation and Problems
Analysis and Validation of Large
Eddy Simulation Data
Boundary Conditions
Coupling Large
Eddy Simulation with Multiresolution/Multidomain Techniques
Hybrid RANS/LES Approaches
Implementation
Examples of Applications
Coupling
ISBN:9783540264033
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Keywords: Computer science , Fluids , Hydraulic engineering
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Title:Multiscale Modelling and Simulation
Author(s):
Date:2004
Size:1 online resource (141 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-18756-8
Contents:I Mathematical Methods -- Some Recent Progress in Multiscale Modeling -- Homogenization Method for Transport of DNA Particles in Heterogeneous Arrays -- Metastability, conformation dynamics, and transition pathways in complex systems
-- Nonlinear Dynamics Analysis through Molecular Dynamics Simulations -- Exploration of coarse free energy surfaces templated on continuum numerical methods -- Damping factors for the gap-tooth scheme -- II Materials Science --
Multiscale Aspects of Polymer Simulations -- Polymers near a Surface: An ab initio Density Functional based Multiscale Modeling Approach -- Dual Resolution Molecular Simulation of Bisphenol-A Polycarbonate Adsorption onto Nickel (111):
Chain Length Effects -- Stress and energy flow field near a rapidly propagating mode I crack -- A Peierls Criterion for Deformation Twinning at a Mode II Crack -- III Physics/Chemistry/Fluid Dynamics/Biology -- Simulation of Transport
in Partially Miscible Binary Fluids: Combination of Semigrandcanonical Monte Carlo and Molecular Dynamics Methods -- Computer simulations of SiO2 and GeO2 -- Large Scale Density Functional Calculations -- Dispersion corrected density
functionals applied to the water naphthalene cluster -- Flow of Aqueous Solutions in Carbon Nanotubes -- Continuum-particle hybrid methods for dense fluids -- Dissipative Particle Dynamics for Modeling Complex Fluidics -- Population
balance modeling of synthesis of nanoparticles in aerosol flame reactors -- Modelling gene expression using stochastic simulation -- Color Plates
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Keywords: Mathematics , Chemometrics , Computer mathematics , Mathematical models , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Mathematics , Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics , Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis , Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering , Math. Applications in Chemistry
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Title:Large Eddy Simulation of Turbulent Incompressible Flows Analytical and Numerical Results for a Class of LES Models
Author(s): Volker John
Date:2004
Size:1 online resource (261 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-18682-0
Contents:1 Introduction -- 1.1 Short Remarks on the Nature and Importance of Turbulent Flows -- 1.2 Remarks on the Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS) and the k — ? Model -- 1.3 Large Eddy Simulation (LES) -- 1.4 Contents of this Monograph -- 2
Mathematical Tools and Basic Notations -- 2.1 Function Spaces -- 2.2 Some Tools from Analysis and Functional Analysis -- 2.3 Convolution and Fourier Transform -- 2.4 Notations for Matrix-Vector Operations -- 3 The Space Averaged
Navier-Stokes Equations and the Commutation Error -- 3.1 The Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations -- 3.2 The Space Averaged Navier-Stokes Equations in the Case ? = ?d -- 3.3 The Space Averaged Navier-Stokes Equations in a Bounded
Domain -- 3.4 The Gaussian Filter -- 3.5 Error Estimate of the Commutation Error Term in the Lp (?d) Norm -- 3.6 Error Estimate of the Commutation Error Term in the H-1 (?) Norm -- 3.7 Error Estimate for a Weak Form of the Commutation
Error -- 4 LES Models Which are Based on Approximations in Wave Number Space -- 4.1 Eddy Viscosity Models -- 4.2 Modelling of the Large Scale and Cross Terms -- 4.3 Models for the Subgrid Scale Term -- 5 The Variational Formulation of
the LES Models -- 5.1 The Weak Formulation of the Equations -- 5.2 Boundary Conditions for the LES Models -- 5.3 Function Spaces for the LES Models -- 6 Existence and Uniqueness of Solutions of the LES Models -- 6.1 The Smagorinsky
Model -- 6.2 The Taylor LES Model -- 6.3 The Rational LES Model -- 7 Discretisation of the LES Models -- 7.1 Discretisation in Time by the Crank-Nicolson or the Fractional-Step ?-Scheme -- 7.2 The Variational Formulation and the
Linearisation of the Time-Discrete Problem -- 7.3 The Discretisation in Space -- 7.4 Inf-Sup Stable Pairs of Finite Element Spaces -- 7.5 The Upwind Stabilisation for Lowest Order Non-Conforming Finite Elements -- 7.6 The
Implementation of the Slip With Friction and Penetration With Resistance Boundary Condition -- 7.7 The Discretisation of the Auxiliary Problem in the Rational LES Model -- 7.8 The Computation of the Convolution in the Rational LES
Model -- 7.9 The Evaluation of Integrals, Numerical Quadrature -- 8 Error Analysis of Finite Element Discretisations of the LES Models -- 8.1 The Smagorinsky Model -- 8.2 The Taylor LES Model -- 9 The Solution of the Linear Systems --
9.1 The Fixed Point Iteration for the Solution of Linear Systems -- 9.2 Flexible GMRES (FGMRES) With Restart -- 9.3 The Coupled Multigrid Method -- 9.4 The Solution of the Auxiliary Problem in the Rational LES Model -- 10 A Numerical
Study of a Necessary Condition for the Acceptability of LES Models -- 10.1 The Flow Through a Channel -- 10.2 The Failure of the Taylor LES Model -- 10.3 The Rational LES Model -- 10.4 Summary -- 11 A Numerical Study of the
Approximation of Space Averaged Flow Fields by the Considered LES Models -- 11.1 A Mixing Layer Problem in Two Dimensions -- 11.2 A Mixing Layer Problem in Three Dimensions -- 12 Problems for Further Investigations -- 13 Notations --
References
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Keywords: Engineering , Computer mathematics , Numerical analysis , Computational intelligence , Fluid mechanics , Engineering , Engineering Fluid Dynamics , Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis , Computational Science and Engineering , Computational Intelligence , Numerical Analysis
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Title:A Stability Technique for Evolution Partial Differential Equations A Dynamical Systems Approach
Author(s): Victor A Galaktionov
Date:2004
Size:1 online resource (377 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-2050-3
Contents:Introduction: A Stability Approach and Nonlinear Models -- Stability Theorem: A Dynamical Systems Approach -- Nonlinear Heat Equations: Basic Models and Mathematical Techniques -- Equation of Superslow Diffusion -- Quasilinear Heat
Equations with Absorption. The Critical Exponent -- Porous Medium Equation with Critical Strong Absorption -- The Fast Diffusion Equation with Critical Exponent -- The Porous Medium Equation in an Exterior Domain -- Blow-up
Free-Boundary Patterns for the Navier-Stokes Equations -- The Equation ut = uxx + uln2u: Regional Blow-up -- Blow-up in Quasilinear Heat Equations Described by Hamilton-Jacobi Equations -- A Fully Nonlinear Equation from Detonation
Theory -- Further Applications to Second- and Higher-Order Equations -- References -- Index
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Series:Progress in Nonlinear Differential Equations and Their Applications : 56
Keywords: Mathematics , Mathematical analysis , Analysis (Mathematics) , Partial differential equations , Continuum mechanics , Fluid mechanics , Mathematics , Partial Differential Equations , Analysis , Continuum Mechanics and Mechanics of Materials , Engineering Fluid Dynamics
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Title:Interface and Transport Dynamics Computational Modelling
Author(s):
Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (437 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-07969-0
Contents:I INTERFACE DYNAMICS: Phenomenology and Modelling -- Melting Kinetics of Prolate Spheroidal Crystals -- Deterministic Behaviour in Sidebranching Development -- Growth Dynamics during Solidification of Undercooled Melts --
Thermodynamics of Diffuse Interfaces -- Computer Investigation of the Influence of the Internal Structure Topology on the Percolation Process in Two- and Three-Dimensional Inhomogeneous Systems -- Electron Transport of Nanoperm Alloys
-- Self-Organized Formation of Fractal and Regular Pores in Semiconductors -- Evolution and Shapes of Dunes -- Morphogenesis of Growing Amorphous Films -- II INTERFACE DYNAMICS: Modelling and Simulation -- Density Effects and Fluid
Flow in Phase-field Models -- A Lattice Boltzmann Method for the Mesoscopic Calculation of Anisotropic Crystal Growth -- A Phase-field Model for the Solidification Process in Multicomponent Alloys -- Planar Solidification from
Undercooled Melt: An Approximation of a Dilute Binary Alloy for a Phase-field Model -- Initial Transients in the Symmetric Model for Directional Solidification -- Dynamics of a Faceted Nematic-Smectic B Front in Thin-Sample Directional
Solidification -- Last Stage Solidification of Alloys: A Theoretical Study of Dendrite Arm and Grain Coalescence -- Phase-field Modeling of Eutectic Solidification: From Oscillations to Invasion -- Phase-field Theory of Nucleation and
Growth in Binary Alloys -- Modelling of Phase Transformations in Titanium Alloys with a Phase-field Model -- Spreading of Liquid Monolayers: From Kinetic Monte Carlo Simulations to Continuum Limit -- A Multi-mesh Finite Element Method
for Phase-field Simulations -- Transport of Point Defects in Growing Si Crystals -- Atomistic Simulation of Transport Phenomena in Simple and Complex Fluids and Fluid Mixtures -- Unusual Viscosity Feature in Spinodal Decomposition
Under Shear Flow -- Micro-macro Approach to Cluster Formation in Granular Media -- III Transport -- Urban Transport Phenomena in the Street Canyon -- Walker Behaviour Modelling by Differential Games -- Investigations of Vibrations in
the Complex Dynamical Systems of Transmission Pipelines -- Information in Intelligent Transportation System -- Experiments on Route Choice Behaviour -- Transport Out of a Gravitationally Stable Layer with the Help of a Faster Diffusing
Substance: PDE Simulations and Scaling Laws -- Microscopic Parameters and Macroscopic Features of Traffic Flow -- An Adaptive Smoothing Method for Traffic State Identification from Incomplete Information -- Probabilistic Description of
Nucleation in Vapours and on Roads -- Cellular Automata Simulation of Collective Phenomena in Pedestrian Dynamics -- Modeling, Simulation and Observations for Freeway Traffic and Pedestrian -- Testing Traffic Flow Models
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Keywords: Computer science , Computer communication systems , Computer mathematics , Physics , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Thermodynamics , Heat engineering , Heat transfer , Mass transfer , Computer Science , Computer Communication Networks , Computational Science and Engineering , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Engineering Thermodynamics, Heat and Mass Transfer , Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering
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Title:Trends in Nonlinear Analysis
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Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (419 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-05281-5
Contents:1 Interview with Willi Jäger -- 2 Spatio-Temporal Dynamics of Reaction-Diffusion Patterns -- 3 Some Nonclassical Trends in Parabolic and Parabolic-like Evolutions -- 4 Mathematical Aspects of Design of Beam Shaping Surfaces in
Geometrical Optics -- 5 Recent Developments in Multiscale Problems Coming from Fluid Mechanics -- 6 From Molecular Dynamics to Conformation Dynamics in Drug Design -- 7 A Posteriori Error Estimates and Adaptive Methods for Hyperbolic
and Convection Dominated Parabolic Conservation Laws -- 8 On Anisotropic Geometric Diffusion in 3D Image Processing and Image Sequence Analysis -- 9 Population Dynamics: A Mathematical Bird’s Eye View -- 10 Did Something Change?
Thresholds in Population Models -- 11 Multiscale Modeling of Materials — the Role of Analysis -- Appendix. Color Plates
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Keywords: Mathematics , Life sciences , Mathematical analysis , Analysis (Mathematics) , Computer mathematics , Mathematical models , Physics , Mathematics , Analysis , Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics , Computational Science and Engineering , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Life Sciences, general , Environmental Monitoring/Analysis
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Title:High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering, Munich 2002 Transactions of the First Joint HLRB and KONWIHR Status and Result Workshop, October 10–11, 2002, Technical University of Munich, Germany
Author(s):
Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (505 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-55526-8
Contents:I High Performance Systems -- TeraFlops Computing with the Hitachi SR8000-F1: From Vision to Reality -- II Computational Fluid Dynamics -- Numerical Prediction of Deformations and Oscillations of Wind-Exposed Structures -- Large-Eddy
and Detached-Eddy Simulation of the Flow Around High-Lift Configurations -- Direct Simulation with the Lattice Boltzmann Code BEST of Developed Turbulence in Channel Flows -- DNS of Homogeneous Shear Flow and Data Analysis for the
Development of a Four-Equation Turbulence Model -- Large-Eddy Simulations of High Reynolds Number Flow Around a Circular Cylinder -- Numerical Simulation of Passively Controlled Turbulent Flows over Sharp—Edged and Smoothly Contoured
Backward—Facing Steps -- Parallel Single- and Multiphase CFD-Applications Using Lattice Boltzmann Methods -- Models of Type Ia Supernova Explosions -- Direct Numerical Simulation of Boundary Layer Separation along a Curved Wall with
Oscillating Oncoming Flow -- III Biosciences -- QM/MM Study of Rhodopsin -- Simulation of Neuronal Map Formation in the Primary Visual Cortex -- IV Chemistry -- A User-Oriented Set of Quantum Chemical Benchmarks -- Structure,
Energetics, and Spectroscopy of Models for Enzyme Cofactors -- Ruthenium Dioxide, a Versatile Oxidation Catalyst: First Principles Analysis -- Theoretical Studies of Structures of Vanadate Complexes in Aqueous Solution -- V Solid-State
Physics -- Large Scale Car-Parrinello Simulation of Fully Hydrated DNA -- Metal-Insulator Transitions and Realistic Modelling of Correlated Electron Systems -- Monte Carlo Studies of Three-Dimensional Bond-Diluted Ferromagnets --
Microwave Ionisation of Non-Hydrogenic Alkali Rydberg States -- Density-Functional Calculation and Inelastic Neutron Scattering of Structural and Dynamical Properties in Fluoride Crystals -- Optical Response of Semiconductor Surfaces
and Molecules Calculated from First Principles -- Phase Fluctuations and the Role of Electron Phonon Coupling in High-TcSuperconductors -- The Cluster-Perturbation-Theory and its Application to Strongly-Correlated Materials --
Object-Oriented C++ Class Library for Many Body Physics on Finite Lattices and a First Application to High-Temperature Superconductivity -- From Fermi Liquid to Non-Fermi Liquid Physics — Influence of Non-Local Fluctuations in
Low-Dimensional Fermion Systems -- One-Dimensional Electron-Phonon Systems: Mott- Versus Peierls-Insulators -- VI Geophysics -- 3-D Seismic Wave Propagation on a Global and Regional Scale: Earthquakes, Fault Zones, Volcanoes -- VII
Fundamental Physics -- Simulation of QCD with Dynamical Quarks -- Quantum Chromodynamics with Chiral Quarks -- Three-Nucleon Force in the4He Scattering System -- Simulations of the Local Universe -- The Free Electron Maser in Pulsar
Magnetospheres -- VIII Computer Science -- Pseudo-Vectorization and RISC Optimization Techniques for the Hitachi SR8000 Architecture -- Automatic Performance Analysis on Hitachi SR8000 -- Adapting PAxML to the Hitachi SR8000-F1
Supercomputer -- Load Balancing for Spatial-Grid-Based Parallel Numeric Simulations on Clusters of SMPs — A Case Study from an Industrial CFD Simulation -- Scientific Progress in the Par-EXPDE-Project -- gridlib — A Parallel,
Object-Oriented Framework for Hierarchical-Hybrid Grid Structures in Technical Simulation and Scientific Visualization
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Keywords: Mathematics , Chemoinformatics , Numerical analysis , Computer mathematics , Physics , Complexity, Computational , Mathematics , Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Computer Applications in Chemistry , Numeric Computing , Complexity , Numerical and Computational Physics
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Title:Fields, Flows and Waves An Introduction to Continuum Models
Author(s): David F Parker
Date:2003
Size:1 online resource (270 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4471-0019-5
Contents:1. The Continuum Description -- 1.1 Densities and Fluxes -- 1.2 Conservation and Balance Laws in One Dimension -- 1.3 Heat Flow -- 1.4 Steady Radial Flow in Two Dimensions -- 1.5 Steady Radial Flow in Three Dimensions -- 2. Unsteady
Heat Flow -- 2.1 Thermal Energy -- 2.2 Effects of Heat Supply -- 2.3 Unsteady, Spherically Symmetric Heat Flow -- 3. Fields and Potentials -- 3.1 Gradient of a Scalar -- 3.2 Gravitational Potential -- 3.3 Continuous Distributions of
Mass -- 3.4 Electrostatics -- 4. Laplace’s Equation and Poisson’s Equation -- 4.1 The Ubiquitous Laplacian -- 4.2 Separable Solutions -- 4.3 Poisson’s Equation -- 4.4 Dipole Solutions -- 5. Motion of an Elastic String -- 5.1 Tension
and Extension Kinematics and Dynamics -- 5.2 Planar Motions -- 5.3 Properties of the Wave Equation -- 5.4 D’Alembert’s Solution, Travelling Waves and Wave Reflections -- 5.5 Other One-dimensional Waves -- 6. Fluid Flow -- 6.1
Kinematics and Streamlines -- 6.2 Volume Flux and Mass Flux -- 6.3 Two-dimensional Flows of Incompressible Fluids -- 6.4 Pressure in a Fluid -- 6.5 Bernoulli’s Equation -- 6.6 Three-dimensional, Incompressible Flows -- 7. Elastic
Deformations -- 7.1 The Kinematics of Deformation -- 7.2 Polar Decomposition -- 7.3 Stress -- 7.4 Isotropic Linear Elasticity -- 8. Vibrations and Waves -- 8.2 Guided Waves -- 8.3 Love Waves in Elasticity -- 8.4 Elastic Plane Waves --
9. Electromagnetic VVaves and Light -- 9.1 Physical Background -- 9.2 Waveguides -- 10. Chemical and Biological Models -- 10.1 Diffusion of Chemical Species -- 10.2 Population Biology -- 10.3 Biological Waves -- Solutions
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Title:IUTAM Symposium on Diffraction and Scattering in Fluid Mechanics and Elasticity Proceeding of the IUTAM Symposium held in Manchester, United Kingdom, 16–20 July 2000
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (353 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-017-0087-0
Contents:1 The scattering of Rossby waves by ocean ridges -- 2 Wave diffraction through a gap in a breakwater of non-zero thickness -- 3 Nonlinear effects in wave scattering and generation -- 4 Reflection by slotted thick barriers under
oblique wave attack: a numerical study -- 5 The finite dock problem -- 6 Long periodic waves on a beach -- 7 Waves trapped under a moving pressure distribution -- 8 Localised oscillations near submerged obstacles -- 9 Approximations to
embedded trapped modes in wave guides -- 10 Trapped modes about tube bundles in waveguides -- 11 Phononic band structures for arrays of circular cavities in an elastic medium -- 12 The split-operator technique in acoustical physics --
13 A unified model for the properties of composite materials -- 14 Acoustic modelling of signature reduction materials for underwater applications -- 15 Acoustic wave phase conjugation in active media -- 16 Wave passage through a
string having multielement inclusions with partial interior dynamics -- 17 Diffraction coefficients for a circular impedance cone -- 18 On the acoustics of a thick shear layer -- 19 The wavenumber surface in blade-vortex interaction --
20 Diffraction of creeping waves by conical points -- 21 Effects of temperature gradient on the propagation of an acoustic solitary wave in an air-filled tube -- 22 Scattering by blunt and sharp convex obstacles in two dimensions -- 23
Diffraction coefficients for tilted surface-breaking cracks -- 24 Domain sensitivity analysis of the elastic far-field patterns -- 25 Factorisation of a certain Wiener-Hopf matrix arising in diffraction theory -- 26 Theory of crack
front waves -- 27 Formation of an unknown discrete spectrum in a general spectrum -- 28 A new class of point models in diffraction by thin elastic plates -- 29 A 2-D model of the interaction between a pressure wave and a submerged
sandwich panel -- 30 On the propagation and scattering of fluid-structural waves in a three-dimensional duct bounded by thin elastic walls -- 31 Ultrasonic backscattering enhancements for truncated objects in water: quantitative
models, tests and special cases -- 32 Kiss singularities of Green’s functions of non-strictly hyperbolic equations -- 33 Deflection of a partially clamped elastic plate -- 34 Seismic wave dynamics in regular and singular points of the
ray -- 35 Propagation in curved waveguides -- 36 Eigensolutions for Rayleigh wave analysis -- 37 Waves in wood -- 38 Boundary integral methods for elastic layered media
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Series:Fluid Mechanics and Its Applications: 68
Keywords: Physics , Mathematical models , Acoustics , Vibration , Dynamical systems , Dynamics , Physics , Acoustics , Vibration, Dynamical Systems, Control , Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics
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Title:Nonlinear PDE’s in Condensed Matter and Reactive Flows
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (526 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-0307-0
Contents:I -- A two-species reaction-diffusion problem with one static reactant: the case of higher order kinetics -- The influence of advection on the propagation of fronts for reaction-diffusion equations -- Instabilities and Nonlinear
Patterns of Overdriven Detonations in Gases -- Ends of Laminar Flamelets: Their Structure, Behaviour and Implications -- On some reaction-diffusion systems with nonlinear diffusion arising in biology -- Control of weakly blowing up
semilinear heat equations -- Spirals in Excitable Media -- Conical-shaped travelling fronts allied to the mathematical analysis of the shape of premixed Bunsen flames -- Numerical Modelling of High Speed and Low Speed Combustion --
Lectures on Wave Turbulence and Intermittency -- Overdetermined elliptic problems in physics -- Partial Differential Equations in thin film Flows in Fluid dynamics and rivulets -- II -- The Ginzburg-Landau system for superconducting
thin films -- Symmetric Vortex solutions in the U(1) and SO(5) Ginzburg-Landau Models of Superconductivity -- Vortices and sound waves for the Gross-Pitaevskii equation -- A priori estimates for Ginzburg-Landau solutions -- Asymptotic
Analysis of Models of Superconductivity -- Spatial Unfolding of Homoclinic Bifurcations -- Existence and long time behaviour of solutions for a homogeneous quantum Boltzmann equation -- Asymptotic behavior in a model of dispersive wave
turbulence -- Some problems in superconductivity and reacting flow -- Finite time blow-up of solutions of kinetic equations and formation of Bose-Einstein condensate -- Second order phase transitions -- Vortex Analysis in the
Ginzburg-Landau Model of Superconductivity -- On Chern-Simons vortex theory
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Series:NATO Science Series, Series C: Mathematical and Physical Sciences: 569
Keywords: Mathematics , Physical chemistry , Partial differential equations , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Continuum physics , Condensed matter , Mathematics , Partial Differential Equations , Condensed Matter Physics , Physical Chemistry , Classical Continuum Physics , Applications of Mathematics
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Title:Progress in Industrial Mathematics at ECMI 2000
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (656 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-04784-2
Contents:Plenary talks -- Minisymposia: Finance Fuel pipelines Image processing: linear and nonlinear techniques Information and communication technologies Kinetic transport in semiconductor devices Liquid/solid phase transictions and
interfaces Mathematical problems in glass industry Microelectronics Models of highway traffic Models from the texile industry Numerical methods for hyperbolic and kinetic equations Problems of charge transport in semiconductor
nanostructures Polymers Some applications of fluid and gas dynamics Teaching of industrial mathematics at ECMI centers -- Contributed talks
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Series:Mathematics in Industry, The European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry: 1
Keywords: Business , Operations research , Decision making , Computer science , Economics, Mathematical , Computer mathematics , Computational intelligence , Public finance , Business and Management , Operation Research/Decision Theory , Mathematics of Computing , Public Economics , Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis , Quantitative Finance , Computational Intelligence
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Title:Computational Methods for Fluid Dynamics
Author(s): Joel H Ferziger
Date:2002
Edition:third, rev. edition
Size:1 online resource (426 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-56026-2
Contents:1. Basic Concepts of Fluid Flow -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Conservation Principles -- 1.3 Mass Conservation -- 1.4 Momentum Conservation -- 1.5 Conservation of Scalar Quantities -- 1.6 Dimensionless Form of Equations -- 1.7 Simplified
Mathematical Models -- 1.8 Mathematical Classification of Flows -- 1.9 Plan of This Book -- 2. Introduction to Numerical Methods -- 2.1 Approaches to Fluid Dynamical Problems -- 2.2 What is CFD? -- 2.3 Possibilities and Limitations of
Numerical Methods -- 2.4 Components of a Numerical Solution Method -- 2.5 Properties of Numerical Solution Methods -- 2.6 Discretization Approaches -- 3. Finite Difference Methods -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Basic Concept -- 3.3
Approximation of the First Derivative -- 3.4 Approximation of the Second Derivative -- 3.5 Approximation of Mixed Derivatives -- 3.6 Approximation of Other Terms -- 3.7 Implementation of Boundary Conditions -- 3.8 The Algebraic
Equation System -- 3.9 Discretization Errors -- 3.10 An Introduction to Spectral Methods -- 3.11 Example -- 4. Finite Volume Methods -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Approximation of Surface Integrals -- 4.3 Approximation of Volume Integrals
-- 4.4 Interpolation and Differentiation Practices -- 4.5 Implementation of Boundary Conditions -- 4.6 The Algebraic Equation System -- 4.7 Examples -- 5. Solution of Linear Equation Systems -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Direct Methods --
5.3 Iterative Methods -- 5.4 Coupled Equations and Their Solution -- 5.5 Non-Linear Equations and their Solution -- 5.6 Deferred-Correction Approaches -- 5.7 Convergence Criteria and Iteration Errors -- 5.8 Examples -- 6. Methods for
Unsteady Problems -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Methods for Initial Value Problems in ODEs -- 6.3 Application to the Generic Transport Equation -- 6.4 Examples -- 7. Solution of the Navier-Stokes Equations -- 7.1 Special Features of the
Navier-Stokes Equations -- 7.2 Choice of Variable Arrangement on the Grid -- 7.3 Calculation of the Pressure -- 7.4 Other Methods -- 7.5 Solution Methods for the Navier-Stokes Equations -- 7.6 Note on Pressure and Incompressibility --
7.7 Boundary Conditions for the Navier-Stokes Equations -- 7.8 Examples -- 8. Complex Geometries -- 8.1 The Choice of Grid -- 8.2 Grid Generation -- 8.3 The Choice of Velocity Components -- 8.4 The Choice of Variable Arrangement -- 8.5
Finite Difference Methods -- 8.6 Finite Volume Methods -- 8.7 Control-Volume-Based Finite Element Methods -- 8.8 Pressure-Correction Equation -- 8.9 Axi-Symmetric Problems -- 8.10 Implementation of Boundary Conditions -- 8.11 Examples
-- 9. Turbulent Flows -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Direct Numerical Simulation (DNS) -- 9.3 Large Eddy Simulation (LES) -- 9.4 RANS Models -- 9.5 Reynolds Stress Models -- 9.6 Very Large Eddy Simulation -- 10. Compressible Flow -- 10.1
Introduction -- 10.2 Pressure-Correction Methods for Arbitrary Mach Number -- 10.3 Methods Designed for Compressible Flow -- 11. Efficiency and Accuracy Improvement -- 11.1 Error Analysis and Estimation -- 12. Special Topics -- 12.1
Introduction -- 12.2 Heat and Mass Transfer -- 12.3 Flows With Variable Fluid Properties -- 12.4 Moving Grids -- 12.5 Free-Surface Flows -- 12.6 Meteorological and Oceanographic Applications -- 12.7 Multiphase flows -- 12.8 Combustion
-- A. Appendices -- A.l List of Computer Codes and How to Access Them -- A.2 List of Frequently Used Abbreviations -- References
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Keywords: Mathematics , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Physics , Continuum physics , Computational intelligence , Fluid mechanics , Mechanical engineering , Mathematics , Applications of Mathematics , Classical Continuum Physics , Mechanical Engineering , Engineering Fluid Dynamics , Computational Intelligence , Numerical and Computational Physics
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Title:Lectures on Fluid Dynamics A Particle Theorist’s View of Supersymmetric, Non-Abelian, Noncommutative Fluid Mechanics and d-Branes
Author(s): Roman Jackiw
Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (114 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-3665-6
Contents:1 Introduction -- 2 Classical Equations -- 3 Specific Models -- 4 Common Ancestry: The Nambu—Goto Action -- 5 Supersymmetric Generalization -- 6 One-Dimensional Case -- 7 Toward a Non-Abelian Fluid Mechanics -- 8 Noncommutative Fluid
Mechanics -- Solutions to Problems -- References
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Keywords: Physics , Quantum field theory , String theory , Fluids , Physics , Fluid- and Aerodynamics , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Quantum Field Theories, String Theory
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Title:Selected Topics in Nonlinear Wave Mechanics
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Date:2002
Size:1 online resource (263 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-0095-6
Contents:1 Elastic Surface Waves, Resonances, and Inverse Acoustic Scattering -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Waves on elastic plates: Lamb-type and Scholte-Stoneley waves -- 1.3 Acoustic Interactions Wich Ocean-Floor Sediments -- 1.4 Conclusions
-- 2 Amplitude Equation Models for the Interaction of Shocks with Nonlinear Dispersive Wave Envelopes -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 The Weak Coupling Limit -- 2.3 The Riemann Problem -- 2.4 The Zero Diffusion Limit -- 2.5 Dynamics Prior
to Shock Onset -- 2.6 The Incompressible Limit -- 2.7 Exact Solutions -- 2.8 The ? = 0 Problem -- 2.9 The Multi-Scale Expansions -- 2.10 Modulation Equations for the Dispersive Wave -- 2.11 Analysis of the Effective Shock Equation for
the Nonlinear Limit -- 2.12 Analysis of the Effective Shock Equation in the Linear Limit -- 2.13 Numerical Experiments -- 3 Some Aspects of One-Dimensional Finite Amplitude Elastic Wave Propagation -- 3.1 First Order Equations -- 3.2
Systems of First Order Equations -- 3.3 Elastic Strings -- 3.4 Problems for membranes -- 3.5 Some problems for three dimensional elastic bodies -- 3.6 Thermodynamic considerations -- 4 Nonlinear Duality Between Elastic Waves and
Quasi-particles -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Hyperbolicity and Conservation Laws -- 4.3 Elasticity as a field theory -- 4.4 Solitonic systems -- 4.5 Nearly integrable systems -- 4.6 Examples from Continuum Mechanics -- 4.7 Conclusions --
5 Time-Harmonic Waves in Pre-Stressed Dissipative Materials -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Linearized Equations in Solids -- 5.3 Constitutive Equation for Solids -- 5.4 Linearized Equations and Restrictions for Fluids -- 5.5 Propagation
Condition for Inhomogeneous Waves -- 5.6 Dissipation and Wave Decay -- 5.7 A New Approach to Wave Propagation -- 5.8 Rays in Pre-Stressed Solids -- 6 Dissipative Effects on the Evolution of Internal Solitary Waves in a t Sheared,
Stably Stratified Fluid Layer -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 Model system -- 6.3 Discussion -- 6.4 Conclusions -- 7 Dissipative Nonlinear Strain Waves in Solids -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Modelling of nonlinear waves in an elastic rod --
7.3 Mathematical tools for analysis of the governing equations -- 7.4 Amplification of a strain solitary wave in a narrowing rod -- 7.5 Selection of nonlinear strain waves in an elastic rod due to the influence of an external medium --
7.6 Influence of macro- and micro-dissipation on the formation of dissipative solitary waves -- 7.7 Concluding remarks
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Title:New Horizons of Computational Science Proceedings of the International Symposium on Supercomputing held in Tokyo, Japan, September 1–3, 1997
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Date:2001
Size:1 online resource (312 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-010-0864-8
Contents:Stellar Evolution, Stellar Dynamics and Tera-Flops Computation -- Simulation of Nature by Computer -- Supercomputing and Evolution in Close Binaries -- Stellar Dynamics of Dense Stellar Systems -- Stellar Dynamics on 200 Tflops
Special-Purpose Computers -- Astrophysical N-Body Simulations: Algorithms and Challenges -- Star Cluster Simulations -- Stellar Dynamical Simulations of Galaxies and of Galaxy Systems Using the Marseille Grape-3 Systems -- Accretion of
Planets and Moons -- What We Learned from Special Purpose Computers -- Reconfigurable Computing -- Special-Purpose Computer for Radio Astronomy -- Special-Purpose Computers for Classical Particle Simulations -- Molecular Dynamics
Machine: Highly Parallelized Special-Purpose-Computer for Molecular Dynamics Simulations -- Molecular Simulations with the MD-Grape Special-Purpose Computer -- High Performance Computing in Biophysics: Recent Experiences and
Developments of Charmm -- Massive Parallelism: The Hardware for Computational Chemistry? -- Molecular Dynamics Simulation of Ion Channels -- The QCDSP Computer: Particle Physics with 20,000 Processors -- The CP-PACS Project and Lattice
QCD -- Three Generations of APE Projects: Lessons and Perspective -- Vector-Parallel Processing and Fujitsu VPP300E/700E Supercomputer System -- The Evolution of Rotating Collisional Stellar Systems -- Effects of the Alfvén Wave on the
Gravitational Instability in the Interstellar Medium -- N-Body Simulation of Halo Formation Using GRAPE-4 -- The PCI Interface for Grape Systems: PCI-HIB -- Fragmentation of Molecular Clouds: The Initial Phase of a Stellar Cluster --
Formation of Star Clusters in the Magellanic Clouds -- Three Dimensional MHD Simulations of Accretion Disks and Jet Formation -- Gravitational Collapse of Rotating Clouds: Bar Formation in a Self-Similarly Contracting Disk -- The
Formation and Evolution of Dwarf Galaxies: Hydrodynamics and Color Gradient -- Parallel 3D Lattice Boltzmann Simulations of Turbulent Dark Cloud Flows -- Photoionization of a Clumpy Universe -- Smoothed Particle Hydrodynamics with
Parallel Virtual Machine -- Jets from Time-Dependent Accretion Flows onto a Black Hole -- Supercomputing in the Astronomical Institute of Romanian Academy -- Anisotropic Fokker-Planck Models of Globular Cluster Evolution -- An
Efficient Parallel Hierarchical Algorithm for Module Placement -- The Efficient Parallel Newton-GMRES Algorithm for Computational Fluid Dynamics -- Molecular Mechanism of Homogeneous Nucleation in Vapor Phase: Lennard-Jones Fluid --
Development of Special Purpose Computer for Cosmic Hydrodynamics with SPH Method
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Series:Astrophysics and Space Science Library: 263
Keywords: Life sciences , Microprocessors , Biochemistry , Physics , Astrophysics , Atoms , Life Sciences , Biochemistry, general , Processor Architectures , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Astrophysics and Astroparticles
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Title:Lectures on Applied Mathematics Proceedings of the Symposium Organized by the Sonderforschungsbereich 438 on the Occasion of Karl-Heinz Hoffmann’s 60th Birthday, Munich, June 30 – July 1, 1999
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Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (320 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-59709-1
Contents:I Invited Contributions -- Pure, Applied, and Industrial Mathematics: Strength Through Connections -- On H2-Matrices -- On the Stability of Microstructure for General Martensitic Transformations -- Dissipative Evolution of
Microstructure in Shape Memory Alloys -- A Phase Diagram of Integration and Segregation in a Population of Hawks and Doves -- Existence and Asymptotic Behaviour in Phase-Field Models with Hysteresis -- On a New Class of Nonlocal
Unilateral Problems in Thermomechanics -- Dynamics of Diffusive Phase Transitions Driven by Coupled Mechanisms -- Free Boundary Problems and their Stabilisation -- A New Model for the Dynamics of Dispersions in a Batch Reactor --
Optimal Control Problems for the Navier-Stokes Equations -- Structural Identification of Nonlinear Coefficient Functions in Transport Processes through Porous Media -- II Contributions from the SFB 438 -- Development of Innovative
Osteosynthesis Techniques by Numerical and In Vitro Simulation of the Masticatory System -- Rate Independent Hysteresis -- The Oxidation Process of Silicon -- The Growth of Vapor Deposited Amorphous Zr5Al.5Cu27.5-Alloy Films:
Experiment and Simulation -- Modelling, Simulation, and Control of Electrorheological Fluid Devices -- Direct Numerical Simulation of Turbulent Channel Flow of a Viscous Anisotropic Fluid -- Numerical Simulation and Experimental
Studies of the Fluid-Dynamic Behaviour of Rising Bubbles in Stagnant and Flowing Liquids
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Keywords: Mathematics , Mathematical analysis , Analysis (Mathematics) , Computer mathematics , Mathematical models , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Materials science , Mathematics , Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics , Analysis , Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis , Characterization and Evaluation of Materials , Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering
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Title:Nonlinear Science at the Dawn of the 21st Century
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Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (1 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-46629-0
Contents:Nonlinear Science -- Nonlinear Coherent Phenomena in Continuous Media -- Perturbation Theories for Nonlinear Waves -- Josephson Devices -- Josephson Flux-Flow Oscillators in Microwave Fields -- Coupled Structures of Long Josephson
Junctions -- Stacked Josephson Junctions -- Dynamics of Vortices in Two-Dimensional Magnets -- Nonlinear Optics -- Spatial Optical Solitons -- Nonlinear Fiber Optics -- Self-Focusing and Collapse of Light Beams in Nonlinear Dispersive
Media -- Coherent Structures in Dissipative Nonlinear Optical Systems -- Solitons in Optical Media with Quadratic Nonlinearity -- Lattice Dynamics and Applications -- Nonlinear Models for the Dynamics of Topological Defects in Solids
-- 2-D Breathers and Applications -- Scale Competition in Nonlinear Schrödinger Models -- Demonstration Systems for Kink-Solitons -- Quantum Lattice Solitons -- Noise in Molecular Systems -- Biomolecular Dynamics and Biology --
Nonlinear Dynamics of DNA -- From the FPU Chain to Biomolecular Dynamics -- Mutual Dynamics of Swimming Microorganisms and Their Fluid Habitat -- Nonlinearities in Biology: The Brain as an Example
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Series:Lecture Notes in Physics: 542
Keywords: Physics , Quantum optics , Superconductivity , Superconductors , Biophysics , Biological physics , Lasers , Photonics , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Physics , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Strongly Correlated Systems, Superconductivity , Laser Technology, Photonics , Quantum Optics , Biophysics and Biological Physics , Mathematical Methods in Physics
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Title:Numerical Treatment of Multiphase Flows in Porous Media Proceedings of the International Workshop Held a Beijing, China, 2–6 August 1999
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Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (446 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-45467-5
Contents:Mathematical and Numerical Techniques in Energy and Environmental Modeling -- Domain Decomposition for Some Transmission Problems in Flow in Porous Media -- Numerical Subgrid Upscaling of Two-Phase Flow in Porous Media -- Numerical
Simulation of Multiphase Flow in Fractured Porous Media -- The Modified Method of Characteristics for Compressible Flow in Porous Media -- A Numerical Algorithm for Single Phase Fluid Flow in Elastic Porous Media -- On the
Discretization of Interface Problems with Perfect and Imperfect Contact -- Finite Element Analysis for Pseudo Hyperbolic Integral-Differential Equations -- A CFL-Free Explicit Scheme with Compression for Linear Hyperbolic Equations --
Maximizing Cache Memory Usage for Multigrid Algorithms for Applications of Fluid Flow in Porous Media -- A Locally Conservative Eulerian-Lagrangian Method for Flow in a Porous Medium of a Mixture of Two Components Having Different
Densities -- Validation of Non-darcy Well Models Using Direct Numerical Simulation -- Mathematical Treatment of Diffusion Processes of Gases and Fluids in Porous Media -- Implementation of a Locally Conservative Eulerian-Lagrangian
Method Applied to Nuclear Contaminant Transport -- Application of a Class of Nonstationary Iterative Methods to Flow Problems -- Reservoir Thermal Recover Simulation on Parallel Computers -- A Class of Lattice Boltzmann Models with the
Energy Equation -- Block Implicit Computation of Flow Field in Solid Rocket Ramjets -- Stable Conforming and Nonconforming Finite Element Methods for the Non-newtonian Flow -- Numerical Simulation of Compositional Fluid Flow in Porous
Media -- Parallelization of a Compositional Reservoir Simulator -- Relationships among Some Conservative Discretization Methods -- Parallel Methods for Solving Time-Dependent Problems Using the Fourier-Laplace Transformation --
Cascadic Multigrid Methods for Parabolic Pressure Problems -- Estimation in the Presence of Outliers: The Capillary Pressure Case -- A Comparison of ELLAM with ENO/WENO Schemes for Linear Transport Equations -- An Accurate
Approximation to Compressible Flow in Porous Media with Wells -- Fast Convergent Algorithms for Solving 2D Integral Equations of the First Kind -- A Two-Grid Finite Difference Method for Nonlinear Parabolic Equations -- A Compact
Operator Method for the Omega Equation -- Domain Decomposition Algprithm for a New Characteristic Mixed Finite Element Method for Compressible Miscible Displacement -- A Boundary Element Method for Viscous Flow on Multi-connected
Domains -- A Characteristic Difference Method for 2D Nonlinear Convection-Diffusion Problems -- Fractional Step Methods for Compressible Multicomponent Flow in Porous Media -- A Model and Its Solution Method for a Generalized Unsteady
Seepage Flow Problem -- Domain Decomposition Preconditioners for Non-selfconjugate Second Order Elliptic Problems -- Performance of MOL for Surface Motion Driven by a Laplacian of Curvature -- A High-Order Upwind Method for
Convection-Diffusion Equations with the Newmann Boundary Condition
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Keywords: Physics , Earth sciences , Continuum physics , Fluids , Condensed matter , Fluid mechanics , Physics , Classical Continuum Physics , Condensed Matter Physics , Engineering Fluid Dynamics , Fluid- and Aerodynamics , Numerical and Computational Physics , Earth Sciences, general
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Title:Complex Flows in Industrial Processes
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Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (338 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-1348-2
Contents:I Flows of Nonlinear Materials -- 1. Molecular Theories of Polymer Viscosity -- 2. Sedimentation in Coal-Water Slurry Pipelining -- 3. Problems of Nonlinear Fluid Dynamics in Industrial Plants -- 4. Spurt in the Extrusion of Polymeric
Melts: Discrete Models for Relaxation Oscillations -- II Flows Accompanied by Thermal Processes -- 5. Isobaric Crystallization of Polypropylene -- 6. Mathematical Modeling of Some Glass Problems -- 7. Mathematical Problems in the
Ziegler-Natta Polymerization Process -- III Nonlinear Flows in Porous Media -- 8. The Espresso Coffee Problem -- 9. Infiltration Processes in Composite Materials Manufacturing: Modeling and Qualitative Results -- 10. Porous Media with
Hydrophile Granules
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Keywords: Engineering , Fluid mechanics , Industrial engineering , Production engineering , Engineering , Engineering Fluid Dynamics , Engineering, general , Industrial and Production Engineering
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Title:Modeling in Applied Sciences A Kinetic Theory Approach
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Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (420 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-0513-5
Contents:1. Generalized Kinetic Models in Applied Sciences -- 2. Rapid Granular Flows: Kinetics and Hydrodynamics -- 3. Collective Behavior of One-Dimensional Granular Media -- 4. Notes on Mathematical Problems on the Dynamics of Dispersed
Particles Interacting through a Fluid -- 5. The Becker—Döring Equations -- 6. Nonlinear Kinetic Models with Chemical Reactions -- 7. Development of Boltzmann Models in Mathematical Biology -- 8. Kinetic Traffic Flow Models -- 9.
Kinetic Limits for Large Communication Networks -- 10. Numerical Simulation of the Boltzmann Equation by Particle Methods -- 10.5 References
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Keywords: Mathematics , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Mechanics , Mechanics, Applied , Fluid mechanics , Mathematics , Applications of Mathematics , Theoretical and Applied Mechanics , Engineering Fluid Dynamics
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Title:An Introduction to the Mechanics of Fluids
Author(s): C Truesdell
Date:2000
Size:1 online resource (278 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-0-8176-4846-6
Contents:Bodies, Configurations, and Motions -- Kinematics and Basic Laws -- Constitutive Equations, Reduced Constitutive Equations, and Internal Constraints -- Simple Fluids -- Some Flows of Incompressible Fluids in General -- Some Flows of
Particular Nonlinear Fluids -- Some Flows of Fluids of Grade 2 -- Navier-Stokes Fluids -- Incompressible Euler Fluids -- Compressible Euler Fluids -- Singular Surfaces and Waves
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Keywords: Engineering , Mathematical models , Mechanics , Mechanics, Applied , Fluid mechanics , Engineering , Engineering Fluid Dynamics , Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics , Theoretical and Applied Mechanics
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Title:High Performance Scientific and Engineering Computing Proceedings of the International FORTWIHR Conference on HPSEC, Munich, March 16-18, 1998
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Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (44 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-60155-2
Contents:I Fluid Flow -- On the Realistic Performance of Linear Algebra Components in Iterative Solvers -- Applying the Checkpointing Routine treeverse to Discretizations of Burgers’ Equation -- Adaptive Grids for Time Dependent Conservation
Laws: Theory and Applications in CFD -- Numerical Bifurcation Analysis of Premixed Combustion in Porous Inert Media -- Multigrid Solution of the Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations and its Application to Parallel Computers --
Simulation of Internal and Free Turbulent Flows -- Application of Parallel Numerical Flow Solvers Invoking Advanced Turbulence-Transport Models to Aircraft Components -- Solution of Coupled Problems by Parallel Multigrid -- Coupled
Numerical Computations of the Fluid Damped Oscillations of a Lamina -- Efficient Treatment of Complicated Geometries and Moving Interfaces for CFD Problems -- II Dynamic Systems and Optimal Control -- Very Low Thrust Trajectory
Optimization -- Mechanical Multibody Systems with Deformable Components -- Real Time Simulation and Online Control for Virtual Test Drives of Cars -- Numerical Simulation of Vibrations for the Design of a Rear Axle -- Flight Tests with
Computer Generated Synthetic Vision -- Flight Path Optimization with a New Homotopy Method for Reducing Safety Hazards in Microbursts -- Integrated User Environment for the Numerical Solution of Optimal Control Problems -- Simulation
and Optimization of Logistic Processes Involving Sloshing Media -- Numerical Simulation and Optimal Control of Air Separation Plants -- Advanced Extrapolation Methods for Large Scale Differential Algebraic Problems -- III Melting,
Coating, and Crystal Growth -- On the Generation and Spreading of ’Finger’ Instabilities in Film Coating Processes -- CrysVUN++, a Powerful Computer Code for Global Thermal Modelling of Industrial Crystal Growth Processes -- 3D
Adaptive Unstructured Grid Solver: Application to Flow and GaAs Deposition in the Planetary Reactor™ -- Direct Navier-Stokes Simulations of Turbulent Czochralski Flows -- IV Semiconductors and Circuits -- Advanced Models, Applications,
and Software Systems for High Performance Computing - Application in Microelectronics -- Numerical Simulation of Microstructured Semiconductor Devices, Transducers, and Systems -- Parallel Multigrid Methods for the Continuity Equations
in Semiconductor Device Simulation -- Partitioning Strategies in Circuit Simulation -- A New Stochastic Integration Scheme for the Efficient Solution of Randomly Disturbed Circuits -- Eigenvalue Solvers for Electromagnetic Fields in
Cavities -- Remarks on the Convex Analysis of the Energy Model of Semiconductor Devices -- Analysis of Electromechanical Microdevices Using Coupled FEM-BEM Based on the TP2000 CAD Platform -- Numerical Analysis of Distributed Inductive
Parasitics in High Power Bus Bars -- Low Pressure Discharges in Plasma Reactors: Modelling and Computer-Aided Diagnostics -- V HPSC in Physics and Chemistry -- Numerical Fluid Dynamics in Astrophysics with Smoothed Particle
Hydrodynamics -- Parallel Computation of Multi-Dimensional Neutron and Photon Transport in Inhomogeneous Media -- Quantum Chemistry on Parallel Computers: Concepts and Results of a Density Functional Method -- Future Trends in HPSC --
Technological Trends and their Impact on the Future of Supercomputers
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Keywords: Mathematics , Science , Computers , Computer mathematics , Physics , Computational intelligence , Mathematics , Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis , Theory of Computation , Science, general , Computational Intelligence , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Numerical and Computational Physics
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Title:High Performance Computing in Science and Engineering ’98 Transactions of the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) 1998
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Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (455 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-58600-2
Contents:Physics -- Universal Fluctuations of Dirac Spectra -- Computations of Convection Driven Spherical Dynamos -- Dynamical Behaviour of Persistent Spins in the Triangular Potts Model A Large-Scale Monte Carlo Study -- Dynamical
Localization in the Paul Trap — the Influence of the Internal Strucutre of the Atom -- Interacting Particle-Liquid Systems -- Finite Difference Modeling of Earthquakes -- Parallel Seismic Data Processing -- Parallel computing on
Near-field Scanning Optical Microscopy (NSOM) -- Solid State Physics -- Quantum Monte Carlo Simulations of one Hole in the t-J Model -- SU (2)-spin Invariant Auxiliary Field Quantum Monte-Carlo Algorithm for Hubbard Models --
Temperature Dependent Band Structure of the Kondo insulator -- Numerical study of spin-charge separation in one dimension -- The interplay between d-wave superconductivity and antiferromagnetic fluctuations: a quantum Monte Carlo study
-- Towards a Time-Dependent Density-Functional Description of Multiple Multiphoton-Ionization of Helium in Strong Laser Fields -- Chemistry and High-Performance Computing -- Hydrogen Molecule in a Magnetic Field: The Global Ground
State of the Parallel Configuration -- Interfaces in immiscible polymer blends: A Monte Carlo simulation approach on the CRAY T3E -- Computer Simulations of the Dynamics of Amorphous Silica -- Computational Fluid Dynamics -- Direct
Numerical Simulations of Turbulent Boundary Layers on High Performance Computers -- DNS of Point-Source Induced Transition in an Airfoil Boundary-Layer Flow -- CFD-Applications on NEC SX-4 -- High Performance Computing of Turbulent
Flow in Complex Pipe Geometries -- Parallelization of the CFD Code KAPPA for Distributed Memory Computers -- Numerical simulation of the fluid flow and the separation behaviour in a disc stack centrifuge -- Unsteady Flow Simulation in
an Axial Flow Turbine Using a Parallel Implicit Navier-Stokes Method -- Navier-Stokes-Calculations of the Flow around a Helicopter Fuselage -- Parallel multilevel algorithms for solving the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations -- A
Parallel Software-Platform for Solving Problems of Partial Differential Equations Using Unstructured Grids and Adaptive Multigrid Methods -- Reacting Flows -- Detailed Simulations of Turbulent Flames Using Parallel Supercomputers --
Towards a reliable and efficient furnace simulation tool for coal fired utility boilers -- Engineering and Computer-Science -- Parallel Computation of Electromagnetic Fields Based on Integral Equations -- Numerical Simulation of
Mechanical Behaviour of Dynamically Stressed Fencing Mask -- Parallel SPH on CRAY T3E and NEC SX-4 Using DTS -- PISA — Parallel Image Segmentation Algorithms -- Interactive Parallel Visualization of Large Scale Computer Simulations in
Physics -- Construction of Large Permutation Representations for Matrix Groups
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Keywords: Mathematics , Chemoinformatics , Computer mathematics , Physics , Complexity, Computational , Mathematics , Computational Mathematics and Numerical Analysis , Computer Applications in Chemistry , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Numerical and Computational Physics , Complexity
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Title:Dynamical Systems, Plasmas and Gravitation Selected Papers from a Conference Held in Orléans la Source, France, 22–24 June 1997
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Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (404 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0105906
Contents:General introduction -- Honouring marc feix -- Interaction of a ultra-high-intensity electromagnetic pulse with an overdense plasma -- Plasma accelerator simulations using semi-lagrangian 1D and 2D Vlasov code -- 2D vlasov-eulerian
simulations: Extension to the relativistic case -- A limiting case of averaging compactness lemmas motivated by the kinetic formulation of some classical systems of fluid mechanics -- Expansion of a negative ion plasma into vacuum -- A
presentation of the diffusion velocity method -- Finite-difference schemes for the diffusion equation -- 1, 2, 3 plasmas! -- The notion of integrability for time-dependent Hamiltonian systems: Illustration from the relativistic motion
of a charged particle in an electromagnetic field -- Stochastisation of phases in four-wave interaction -- Light bullets propagation in saturating nonlinear optical medium -- The dynamics of some quantum open systems with short-range
nonlinearities -- Global dynamics of fusion plasmas -- The Jeans’ criterion and the gravitational instability -- Recent progress in studies of one-dimensional gravitating systems -- Fluctuations of the kinetic energy and stability of
coherent structures in a one-dimensional gravitating gas: Numerical simulation -- Structure formation in the one-dimensional gravitational gas -- Interaction forces and space symmetry -- Cellular automaton explosion models -- Acoustic
earth imaging by seismic migration -- Integrability and alegbraic solutions for the 2-D lotka-Volterra system -- Isochronous centers of cubic reversible systems -- On the polynomial first integrals of the (a, b, c) Lotka-Volterra
system -- Local integrability for nilpotent critical point -- Lie symmetries of generalized Ermakov systems -- Hamilton’s principal function and integration by quadratures for an N-degree-of-freedom non - autonomous system given N
invertible invariants in involution -- Hierarchies of similarity symmetries and singularity analysis -- Area preserving flows on compact connected surfaces -- A lattice model for tropical rain forests -- Periodic solutions and
associated limit cycle for the generalised Chazy equation -- A branch and bound algorithm for the flow-shop scheduling problem -- On the linear third-order differential equation -- Telecommunication network optimisation and statistical
physics -- A study of the analytical and local semiclassical Wigner distribution -- Quantum transition and irreversibility -- Pioneering in plasma simulation
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Keywords: Physics , Gravitation , Fluids , Atoms , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Physics , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Numerical and Computational Physics , Fluid- and Aerodynamics , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Classical and Quantum Gravitation, Relativity Theory
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Title:Hyperbolic Problems: Theory, Numerics, Applications Seventh International Conference in Zürich, February 1998 Volume II
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Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (513 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-0348-8724-3
Contents:A New Approach for a Flux Solver Taking into Account Source Terms, Viscous and Multidimensional Effects -- Blowup for Hyperbolic Equations -- Some Analytical Results Concerning the Drift Diffusion Equations for Semiconductor Devices
Coupled with Maxwell’s Equations -- Transport Equations and Orlicz Spaces -- Well-posedness of a 2 x 2 System of Resonant Conservation Laws -- The Relaxation Limit for Systems of Broadwell Type -- Weakly-nonlinear Hyperbolic Waves in
BZT-fluids -- Inclusion of Solutions of Cauchy Problems for Quasilinear Hyperbolic Equations -- A Fed Back Level-Set Method for Moving Material-Void Interfaces -- Mathematical Aspects of Numerical Solution of Hyperbolic Systems --
Existence of Entropy Solutions for the Compressible Euler Equations -- Wave Propagation Methods for Conservation Laws with Source Terms -- Quasi-Characteristics Numerical Schemes -- On the Initial-value Problem for Zero-pressure Gas
Dynamics -- Stability and Instability of Detonation Waves -- Central Schemes for Systems of Balance Laws -- Composite Centered Schemes for Multidimensional Conservation Laws -- On the Diffusion Limit of a Hyperbolic Relaxation System
-- Well-Posedness Theory for System of Hyperbolic Conservation Laws -- Nonlinear Stability of Shock Fronts for a Relaxation System in Several Space Dimensions -- Front Tracking Based on Conservation in One and Two Space Dimensions -- A
Genuinely Multi-dimensional Scheme for Mixed Hyperbolic-Parabolic Systems -- Recent Results in Non Linear Geometric Optics -- Evolution-Galerkin Methods: Algorithms and Analysis from a Finite Difference Viewpoint -- Hyperbolic
Relaxation Approximation to Nonlinear Parabolic Problems -- A Comparison of Third and Second Order Accurate Finite Volume Schemes for the Two-dimensional Compressible Euler Equations -- Unique Solutions to Discontinuous Hamilton-Jacobi
Equations in Shape-From-Shading -- Relativistic Dissipative Hydrodynamics in the 3+1 Formulation -- Absolutely Transparent Boundary Conditions for Time-Dependent Wave-Type Problems -- Blow-up of Solutions in System of Atmosphere
Dynamics -- Holomorphic Factorization for the Solution Operators for Hyperbolic Equations -- The Propagation of Shock Waves in 2-D System of Pressureless Gas Dynamics -- Hyperbolic Systems with Relaxation: Symmetrizers and Entropies --
Some Hyperbolic Models for Wave Propagation -- Discrete Shock Profiles and Their Stability -- Advances in Fast Marching and Level Set Methods for Propagating Interfaces -- Rate of Convergence for the Zero Relaxation Limit -- A High
Order Fourier/Unstructured Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Hyperbolic Conservation Laws -- Asymptotic Properties of Solutions to High-Order Hyperbolic Equations Generalizing the Damped Wave Equation -- A Volume-of-fluid Type
Algorithm for Compressible Two-phase Flows -- Numerical Code for Magneto-Plasma Flows -- Highly-Accurate Artificial Boundary Conditions for Unsteady Transonic Flow Problems in Wind Tunnels -- Pointwise Convergence Rate for Nonlinear
Conservation Laws -- Newton-GMRES Resolution of Ill Conditioned Hyperbolic Systems in Fluid Dynamics -- Applications of Shock-Waves in General Relativity -- The Riemann Problem for the Integrodifferential Equations of the Shallow Water
Theory -- Decay and Uniqueness of Solutions of Nonlinear Hyperbolic Conservation Laws via Generalized Characteristics -- Radiative Shocks, Supersonic Turbulence and Structure Formation in Space -- A New Convergence Proof for FV Schemes
-- The Particle Model of Compressible Fluids -- The Method of Transport for the Euler Equations Written as a Kinetic Scheme -- List of Participants
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Keywords: Mathematics , Mathematical analysis , Analysis (Mathematics) , Numerical analysis , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Mathematics , Analysis , Numerical Analysis , Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering
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Title:Fundamental Problematic Issues in Turbulence
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Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (480 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-0348-8689-5
Contents:1 Mathematical issues -- Does turbulence saturate global transport estimates? -- The closure problem for Friedman-Keller infinite chain of moment equations, corresponding to the Navier-Stokes system -- Vorticity alignment results for
the 3D Euler and Navier-Stokes equations -- On the finite-time singularity problem in hydrodynamics -- The outer regions in singular Euler -- 2 Control and related -- On controllability of the Navier-Stokes equations -- Low dimensional
models, the minimal flow unit and control -- Active control of turbulence in boundary layer flows -- Origin and growth of structures in boundary layer flows -- Vortex control in a spatially growing round jet -- 3 Observational aspects
-- The lack of a simple paradigm in fully developed turbulence: characteristics of local concentrations of vorticity and Reynolds stress in turbulent shear flows -- Near-singular flow structure in small-scale turbulence -- Some
thoughts on similarity, the POD, and finite boundaries -- Worms in a turbulence experiment, from hot wire time series -- Intermittency in the closed flow between coaxial disks -- 4 Two- and quasi-two-dimensional flows -- Turbulent
statistical dynamics of a system of point vortices -- Combining deterministic and statistical approaches to compute two-dimensional turbulent flows with walls -- Evolution of decaying two-dimensional turbulence and self-similarity --
Linear and nonlinear models for turbulence in the presence of waves -- On the stationary energy spectra of the stratified fluid in a weak turbulence regime -- On a possible mechanism of anomalous diffusion in geophysical turbulence --
5 Basic aspects of turbulence modelling -- Basic issues of turbulence modeling -- Physics and modeling of small scale turbulence for large eddy simulation -- On dynamical systems obtained via Galerkin projections onto low-dimensional
bases of eigenfunctions -- Symmetries of the Navier-Stokes equations and their implications for subgrid-models in large-eddy simulation of turbulence -- Subgrid modeling for the filtered scalar transport equation -- 6 Statistical
aspects -- Turbulent fluctuations, predictability, and action principles -- Instantons in the theory of turbulence -- A variational approach to turbulent boundary layers -- Scaling laws of a passive scalar energy flux in fully
developed turbulence -- Intermittency in channel-flow turbulence -- Structure functions in homogeneous and non-homogeneous turbulent flows -- Pressure fluctuations in a turbulent channel -- Statistics of longitudinal and transverse
velocity increments -- Turbulent transport in a liquid layer heated on its free surface -- On the statistics of small-scale turbulence and its universality -- A new method to characterize inhomogeneous turbulence -- Multiscale
similarity of isotropic homogeneous turbulence -- 7 Passive objects -- The role of Lagrangian chaos in the creation of multifractal measures -- On the geometry of two-dimensional slices of irregular level sets in turbulent flows --
Universal and nonuniversal properties of the passive scalar statistics -- Multi-scalar mixing and Lagrangian approaches -- Turbulent transport of vector (magnetic) field: intermittency and anomalous scalings -- Intermittency and
anomalous scalings of inertial particles distribution in turbulent flow -- Scalar fluctuation PDF’s and kinetics of turbulent mixing -- Magnetohydrodynamics in turbulent swirling flow -- List oficipants and authors
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Title:Mathematical Models of Non-Linear Excitations, Transfer, Dynamics, and Control in Condensed Systems and Other Media
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Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (411 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-4799-0
Contents:I. Mathematical models for nonlinear phenomena and properties (kinetic and dynamic processes, mass and heat transfer) -- Temperature jump and weak evaporation in a poly-atomic gas -- Evolution of the dynamic dissipative systems as a
temporal “colour” fractal -- Existence of solutions and dynamical models of Chandrasekhar H-equations -- Fluid dynamic limit of the Boltzmann kinetic equation arising in the coagulation—fragmentation dynamics -- Necessary and
sufficient conditions for solvability of the initial-boundary value transport problem -- Solitary waves in two-component resonantly absorbing media -- Nonlinear vector model of the internal DNA dynamics -- The dynamics of the economic
society structure -- Mathematical model for the heat mass transfer in the systems with the nonlinear properties induced by the electromagnetic radiation -- Mathematical model nonlinear heat transfer in an inhomogeneous dispersible
system -- II. Numerical methods and computer simulations -- Unsteady viscous flow simulation based on QGD system -- Ecological after-effects numerical modelling under methane combustion -- Computer simulation of evaporation process
into the vacuum -- On oscillation and nonoscillation domains for difference Riccati equation -- III. Nonlinear phenomena in physics -- Dusty particle interaction in plasma placed in magnetic field -- Tunnel transport of electrons at
anharmonic accepting mode -- Atomic operator formalism of elementary gates for quantum computation and impurity-induced exciton quantum gates -- Nonlinear spin waves and magnet-acoustic resonance in the model of Heisenberg magnet --
Modeling of 2delectron field emission from silicon microcathode -- Echo-phenomenon in ferroelectric solid and liquid crystals -- Investigations of blistering in solids using stochastic model -- Electric potentials distribution for
particles located in solution -- Statement and solution of a boundary value problem in a model of a plasma generator as controlled system -- IV. Nonlinear models in chemical physics and physical chemistry -- Complex representation of
dynamics of coupled nonlinear oscillators -- Conducting channels structure and dielectric-metal switching stability in thin amorphous films -- Phenomenological description for process of multiple disintegration of solids under
intensive stress action such as compression & shear -- Vaporization and growth of aerosol particles, given internal heat release and radiant heat exchange -- Vaporization and growth of large and moderately large particles at
considerable differences of gaseous component concentrations -- Diffusive vaporization and growth of assembly ofN-large particles -- Analysis of the phenomenon of autoacceleration in free radical polymerization -- Quntum-chemical
models for the active centers of transition metals biologically active complexes. Interconnection of the active centers structure and the functions -- Relations between the properties of substances and their molecular structure:
phenomenological study of substituted methanes and their analogs
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Keywords: Mathematics , Physical chemistry , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Mathematical models , Physics , Condensed matter , Mathematics , Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics , Applications of Mathematics , Physical Chemistry , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Condensed Matter Physics
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Title:Foundations of Fluid Mechanics with Applications Problem Solving Using Mathematica®
Author(s): Sergey P Kiselev
Date:1999
Size:1 online resource (575 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-1572-1
Contents:1 Definitions of Continuum Mechanics -- 1.1 Vectors and Tensors -- 1.2 Eulerian and Lagrangian Description of a Continuum: Strain Tensor -- 1.3 Stress Tensor -- References -- 2 Fundamental Principles and Laws of Continuum Mechanics --
2.1 Equations of Continuity, Motion, and Energy for a Continuum -- 2.2 The Hamilton—Ostrogradsky’s Variational Principle in Continuum Mechanics -- 2.3 Conservation Laws for Energy and Momentum in Continuum Mechanics -- References -- 3
The Features of the Solutions of Continuum Mechanics Problems -- 3.1 Similarity and Dimension Theory in Continuum Mechanics -- 3.2 The Characteristics of Partial Differential Equations. -- 3.3 Discontinuity Surfaces in Continuum
Mechanics -- References -- 4 Ideal Fluid -- 4.1 Integrals of Motion Equations of Ideal Fluid and Gas -- 4.2 Planar Irrotational Steady Motions of an Ideal Incompressible Fluid -- 4.3 Axisymmetric and Three-Dimensional Potential Ideal
Incompressible Fluid Flows -- 4.4 Nonstationary Motion of a Solid in the Fluid -- 4.5 Vortical Motions of Ideal Fluid -- References -- 5 Viscous Fluid -- 5.1 General Equations of Viscous Incompressible Fluid -- 5.2 Viscous Fluid Flows
at Small Reynolds Numbers -- 5.3 Viscous Fluid Flows at Large Reynolds Numbers -- 5.4 Turbulent Fluid Flows -- References -- 6 Gas Dynamics -- 6.1 One-Dimensional Stationary Gas Flows -- 6.2 Nonstationary One-Dimensional Flows of Ideal
Gas -- 6.3 Planar Irrotational Ideal Gas Motion (Linear Approximation) -- 6.4 Planar Irrotational Stationary Ideal Gas Flow (General Case) -- 6.5 The Fundamentals of the Gasdynamic Design Technology -- References -- 7 Multiphase Media
-- 7.1 Mathematical Models of Multiphase Media -- 7.2 Correctness of the Cauchy Problem: Relations at Discontinuities in Multiphase Media -- 7.3 Quasi-One-Dimensional Flows of a Gas-Particle Mixture in Laval Nozzles -- 7.4 The
Continual-Discrete Model and Caustics in the Pseudogas of Particles -- 7.5 Nonstationary Processes in Gas-Particle Mixtures -- 7.6 The Flows of Heterogeneous Media without Regard for Inertial Effects -- 7.7 Wave Processes in Bubbly
Liquids -- References -- Appendix B: Glossary of Programs
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Title:Stochastic Dynamics
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Date:1997
Size:1 online resource (386 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0105592
Contents:Probability in physics -- From stratonovich calculus to noise-induced phase transitions -- Generalized langevin equations: A useful tool for the perplexed modeller of nonequilibrium fluctuations? -- Colored noise in dynamical systems:
Some exact solutions -- On the operator method of variable contraction for stochastic processes -- Recurrence time statistics in low-dimensional dynamical systems -- The boltzmann equation for the gas of partly inelastic balls with
regard to random interaction forces -- Ratchets driven by colored gaussian noise -- A motor protein model and how it relates to stochastic resonance, feynman’s ratchet, and maxwell’s demon -- A diffusion-limited reaction -- Stochastic
localization in soft anharmonic oscillators -- Quantum transition state theory for multidimensional dissipative systems -- Surmounting fluctuating barriers: Basic concepts and results -- Some problems of cluster dynamics of biological
macromolecules -- Stochastic synchronization -- Stochastic analysis of limit cycle behavior -- Symbolic dynamics approach to stochastic processes -- Stochastic resonance (for beginners) -- Dynamics of globally coupled noisy oscillators
-- Cluster statistics and traffic on a lattice -- Phase synchronization in noisy and chaotic oscillators -- A glauber-dynamics approach to coupled stochastic resonators -- Stochastic aspects of the force network in a regular granular
piling -- Burgers’ turbulence and dynamical scaling -- Quantum mechanics simulated by diffusion and branching processes -- Markov chain models for spatially-distributed reacting systems -- Macromechanical modeling of the surface flow
of granular systems -- Novel pattern formation in granular matter -- Self-motion in physico-chemical systems far from thermal equilibrium -- Synthetic random flows: Generation and applications -- Active brownian particles: Artificial
agents in physics -- Planetary rings — nonequilibrium systems in space
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Keywords: Physics , Fluids , Thermodynamics , Atoms , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Numerical and Computational Physics , Thermodynamics , Fluid- and Aerodynamics
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Title:Stochastic Models in Geosystems
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Date:1997
Size:1 online resource (492 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4613-8500-4
Contents:Seismic coda waves: A stochastic process in earth’s lithosphere -- One dimensional random walk in a random medium -- Cascade of scaling gyroscopes: lie structure, universal multifractals and self-organized criticality in turbulence --
A non-linear model for fluid parcel motions in the presence of many large and meso-scale vortices -- Scale-dependent ocean wave turbulence -- A survey of cascades with applications from geosciences -- The role of statistical models in
turbulence theory -- Ocean circulation: flow in probability under statistical dynamical forcing -- Random topography in geophysical models -- Dynamical and statistical characteristics of geophysical fields and waves and related
boundary-value problems -- Localization of low frequency elastic waves -- Stochastic forcing of oceanic motions -- Radiative transfer in multifractal atmospheres: fractional integration, multifractal phase transitions and inversion
problems -- The morphology and texture of anisotropic multifractals using generalized scale invariance -- Short-correlation approximation in models of turbulent diffusion -- Comments on estimation and prediction for autoregressive and
moving average nonGaussian Sequences -- Probability distributions of passive tracers in randomly moving media -- Three-dimensional Burgers’ equation as a model for the large-scale structure formation in the universe -- Non-mean field
approach to self-organization of landforms via stochastic merger -- Asymptotics of solutions of Burgers’ equation with random piecewise constant data -- Modeling the spatiotemporal dynamics of earthquakes with a conservative random
potential and a viscous force -- Mass transport by Brownian flows
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Keywords: Earth sciences , Geophysics , Probabilities , Physics , Earth Sciences , Earth Sciences, general , Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics , Geophysics/Geodesy
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Title:Mathematics in Industrial Problems Part 8
Author(s): Avner Friedman
Date:1997
Size:1 online resource (192 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-1858-6
Contents:1 Dealing with geometric variations in manufacturing -- 1.1 Tolerancing -- 1.2 Metrology -- 1.3 Mathematical issues -- 1.4 References -- 2 Interdisciplinary computational fluid dynamics -- 2.1 Industrial interdisciplinary CFD -- 2.2
Thermal flow and combustion model -- 2.3 References -- 3 A mathematical model of a crystallizer -- 3.1 The physical model -- 3.2 Mathematical model for CSTR mixer -- 3.3 Mathematical model for PFR mixer -- 3.4 Scaling -- 3.5 Numerical
results -- 3.6 References -- 4 Randomized algorithms in industrial problems -- 4.1 Programmable logical array (PLA) -- 4.2 Gate arrays -- 4.3 Printed circuit board (PCB) -- 4.4 References -- 5 Global geodesic coordinates on aG0
continuous surface -- 5.1 Basic problems -- 5.2 Geodesics on a smooth surface -- 5.3 Geodesics on non-smooth surfaces -- 5.4 References -- 6 Micromechanics effects in creep metal-matrix composites -- 6.1 Metal-matrix composites -- 6.2
The unreinforced model -- 6.3 The composite problem -- 6.4 References -- 7 Seismic inversion for geophysical prospecting -- 7.1 Data acquisition -- 7.2 Some traditional data processing steps -- 7.3 Multiparameter inversion -- 7.4 Open
problems -- 7.5 References -- 8 Simulations for etch/deposition profile evolution -- 8.1 The problem -- 8.2 Mathematical formulation -- 8.3 Numerical results -- 8.4 Open problems -- 8.5 References -- 9 Analysis of cellular mobile radio
-- 9.1 A cellular mobile radio system -- 9.2 Traditional queueing networks -- 9.3 An interacting queue model -- 9.4 Open problems -- 9.5 References -- 10 A pseudo non-time-splitting scheme in air quality modeling -- 10.1 The model --
10.2 The pseudo non-time-splitting method -- 10.3 Numerical results -- 10.4 References -- 11 Fluid flow in a porous medium -- 11.1 The problem -- 11.2 The quasi-stationary 2-d model -- 11.3 Numerical results -- 11.4 Need for another
model -- 11.5 Open problems -- 11.6 References -- 12 Robots, mechanisms and polynomial continuation -- 12.1 Examples -- 12.2 Polynomial continuation -- 12.3 The Stewart platform -- 12.4 Open questions -- 12.5 References -- 13 Failure
times in metal lines -- 13.1 Electromigration -- 13.2 A mathematical model -- 13.3 Another model -- 13.4 Analysis of the solution -- 13.5 References -- 14 Surface modeling: impacts of design and manufacturing -- 14.1 Patched surfaces
-- 14.2 Feature-based approach -- 14.3 Free-form deformation -- 14.4 References -- 15 Chemical filtration modeling -- 15.1 The chemistry of absorption -- 15.2 The occurrence of absorption -- 15.3 A recirculation model -- 15.4 Open
problems -- 15.5 References -- 16 The element-free Galerkin method in large deformations -- 16.1 Large deformations -- 16.2 Moving least square interpolants -- 16.3 Kinematics of large deformations of continua -- 16.4 The EFG method --
16.5 Proposed further research -- 16.6 References -- 17 Aeroacoustic research in the automotive industry -- 17.1 Basic acoustics -- 17.2 Mathematical modeling of sound -- 17.3 Acoustic source models -- 17.4 The antenna model -- 17.5
Open problems -- 17.6 References -- 18 Synchronization for chaotic dynamical systems -- 18.1 Synchronization -- 18.2 General definition of synchronization -- 18.3 Conditional Lyapunov exponents -- 18.4 Chaotic signal masking -- 18.5
Controlling chaos -- 18.6 References -- 19 Solutions to problems from part 7 -- 19.1 Chapter 2 -- 19.2 Chapter 3 -- 19.3 Chapter 4 -- 19.4 Chapter 14 -- 19.5 Chapter 20 -- 19.6 References
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Keywords: Physics , Chemometrics , Earth sciences , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Physics , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Math. Applications in Chemistry , Earth Sciences, general
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Title:Molecular Physics and Hypersonic Flows
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Date:1996
Size:1 online resource (795 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-0267-1
Contents:Relevance of Aerothermochemistry for Hypersonic Technology -- Vibrational Energy Exchanges Between Diatomic Molecules of Relevance to Atmospheric Chemistry -- Reactive Vibrational Deexcitation: The N + N2 and O + O2 Reactions --
Reactive Cross Sections Involving Atomic Nitrogen and Ground and Vibrationally Excited Molecular Oxygen and Nitric Oxide -- Vibrational Relaxation, Nonequilibrium Chemical Reactions, and Kinetics of No Formation Behind Strong Shock
Waves -- Non-Equilibrium Chemistry Models for Shock-Heated Gases -- Electron - Air Molecule Collisions in Hypersonic Flows -- Heterogeneous Catalysis: Theory, Models and Applications -- Recombination of Atomic Species on Surfaces --
Recombination of Oxygen And Nitrogen on Silica-Based Thermal Protection Surfaces: Mechanism and Implications -- Phenomenological Theory for Hheterogeneous Recombination of Partially Dissociated Air on High-Temperature Surfaces --
Chemical Reactions and Thermal Nonequilibrium on Silica Surfaces -- Sputtered Excited Atoms: Boundary Conditions -- Semi-Classical Treatment of the Dynamics of Molecule Surface Interaction -- Thermodynamic Equilibrium of
Multi-Temperature Gas Mixtures -- Thermodynamic Approach of a Flow with Thermal Non-Equilibrium (translation - electron - vibration) -- Thermodynamic Properties of High Temperature Air Components -- Old and New Problems Related to High
Temperature Transport Properties -- Potential Energies and Collision Integrals for the Interactions of Air ComponentS. I. Ab initio calculation of potential energies and neutral interactions -- Potential Energies and Collision
Integrals for the Interactions of Air Components. II. Scattering calculations and interactions involving ions -- Measurements and Nature of Intermolecular Forces: Their Role in Gaseous Properties -- Transport Properties of
Nonequilibrium Gas Flows -- The Influence of Non-Boltzmann Vibrational Distribution on Thermal Conductivity and Viscosity -- The Role of Inelastic Rotational and Vibrational Collisions on Transport Coefficients -- Analysis of
Approximation Introduced Using Simplified Sum Rules in Calculation of High Energy Air Transport Coefficients -- The Analitical Approaches to the Nonequilibrium Vibrational Kinetics -- Non-Equilibrium Vibrational, Electronic and
Dissociation Kinetics in Molecular Plasmas and Their Coupling with the Electron Energy Distribution Function -- Self Consistent Modeling of Free Electron Kinetics -- Electron-Impact Ionization of Air Molecules and its Application to
the Abatement of Volatile Organic Compounds -- Fluid Dynamic Modeling of Plasma Reactors -- Multicomponent Reactive Gas Dynamic Model for Low-Pressure Discharges in Flowing Oxygen -- Mathematical Models for Plasma and Gas flows in
Induction Plasmatrons -- N2(A3?u+, v=0) Decay in N2-O2 Pulsed Post-Discharge -- Investigation of Species in Flowing Nitrogen Afterglow by a Discharge Probe -- The Recombination of Ionized Species in Supersonic Flows -- Modern
Computational Techniques for 3D Hypersonic Flows -- CFD for Scirocco Project -- Some Effective Methods for Solving 3D Hypersonic Viscous Perfect Gas and Chemically Nonequilibrium Flows -- Review of Finite-Rate Chemistry Models for Air
Dissociation and Ionization -- Chemistry Models for Air Dissociation -- Primary-Principles Based Simulation of Chemical and Relaxation Kinetics in Hypersonic Flows. Scale of Ambiguity Due to the Source Terms -- Interfacing
Nonequilibrium Models with Computational Fluid Dynamics Methods -- Computation of High-Temperature Nonequilibrium Flows -- Nonequilibrium Vibration-Dissociation Coupling in Hypersonic Flows -- Vibrational Kinetics for Numerical
Simulation of Thermal Non Equilibrium Flows -- A Physically Consistent Vibration-Chemistry-Vibration Coupling Model -- Fundamental Aspects of the Coupling of Non-Equilibrium Vibrational Kinetics and Dissociation-Recombination Processes
with the Boundary Layer Fluidynamics in N2 and Air Hypersonic Flows -- Statistical Simulation of Highly Nonequilibrium Hypersonic Rarefied Flows -- Extension of The Delta-Epsilon Method to Diatomic Gases -- Direct Numerical SImulation
of Low-Density Atmospheric Flow on IO -- Single Particle Cellular Automata Models for Simulation of the Master Equation -- Application of Monte Carlo Sensitivity Analysis to Electron-Molecule Cross Sections in Nitrogen Discharges --
List of Participants -- Analytical Index
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Keywords: Physics , Mathematical physics , Atoms , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Mathematical Applications in the Physical Sciences
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Title:Computational Fluid Dynamics Selected Topics
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Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (287 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-79440-7
Contents:Continuum Hypothesis in the Computation of Gas-Solid Flows -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Governing Equations -- 3. Numerical Procedure -- 4. Numerical Results -- 5. Conclusions -- Numerical Modelling of Two- and Three-Dimensional External
and Internal Unsteady Incompressible Flow Problems -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Mathematical Model — The Governing Equations -- 3. The Numerical Solution Method -- 4. The Solution of the Equation Systems (3.9) and (3.10) — Solvability
Conditions -- 5. The Application of the Solution Methods to Crystal Melt Flow -- 6. The External Flow Around a Cylinder -- Numerical Experiments in Double-Diffusive Convection -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Motion Equations and Their
Numerical Solution -- 3. Lateral Heating of a Stratified Fluid -- 4. Conclusion -- New Potentialities of Computational Experiment in Tsunami Problem -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Basic Mathematical Models -- 3. Methodological Principles of
Some Applied Problems of Tsunami by Computational Experiment -- 4. Computational Experiment Facilities Employed for the Training of the Tsunami Warning Service Personnel and of the Population in the Threatened Zones -- General Balance
Equations for a Fluid—Fluid Interface in Magnetofluiddynamics Soubbaramayer -- 1. Introduction -- 2. MFD Model: Integral Conservative Form -- 3. Balance Equations for the Interface -- 4. Application to the Calculation of the Surface
Depression in a High-Current Arc Weld Pool -- 5. Conclusion -- Group-Invariant Solutions of Hydrodynamics -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Lie Groups Applied to Differential Equations -- 3. Hydrodynamics Model -- 4. One-Dimensional Solutions
-- 5. Two-Dimensional Solutions -- 6. 3-D Solutions -- 7. Analytic Solutions -- Survey on Exact Solutions for Discrete Models of the Boltzmann Equation -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Broad well Equations -- 3. Models with 14 Velocities -- 4.
Models with Triple Collisions -- 5. Two-Dimensional Semi-Continuous Model Ill -- 6. Conclusion -- Boundary Conditions for Discrete Models of Gases and Applications to Couette Flows Amah D’Almeida and Renée Gatignol -- 1. Introduction
-- 2. Discrete Kinetic Theory -- 3. Boundary Conditions -- 4. Couette Flows -- 5. Results -- 6. Conclusion -- Computation of Viscous Transonic Flow Around the F5 Wing -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Governing Equations and Boundary Conditions
-- 3. Numerical Method -- 4. Results -- 5. Conclusions -- A Time-Dependent Space Marching Algorithm for Three-Dimensional PNS Equations -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Governing Equations -- 3. The Flux-Difference Splitting -- 4.
Explicit-Implicit Difference Scheme -- 5. Numerical Tests -- 6. Conclusions -- New Potential-Field Properties of General Laminar and Turbulent Motions of Newtonian Fluids -- I. Introduction -- 2. Physical and Mathematical Preliminaries
-- 3. Derivation of Some Field Properties of NSE -- 4. Thermo dynamical Stability Criterion for Instationary Flows -- 5. The Instationary Turbulent Flow in Temporal Mean -- 6. Conclusion -- Boundary Layer Turbulence and the Control by
Suction -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Flow Change with the Development of Boundary Layer -- 3. Discussion on Energy -- 4. Self-Organization of Turbulent Boundary Layer -- 5. Experiment on Control of Turbulent Boundary Layer -- 6.
Conclusions -- On the Quasi-Geostrophic Drag on a Rising Sphere in a Rotating Fluid -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Solution -- 3. Results -- Two-Dimensional Nonlinear Saturation Behaviour of Instability Waves in a Boundary Layer at Mach 5 --
1. Introduction -- 2. Governing Equations -- 3. Numerical Method -- 4. Simulation Results -- 5. Perturbation Evolution -- 6. Evolution of the Flow Field -- 7. Shock Identification -- 8. Conclusions -- Inertia! Convection in Turbulent
Rayleigh-Bénard Convection at Small Prandtl Numbers -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Simulation Method -- 3. Case Specifications and Initial Data -- 4. Results -- 5. Conclusions -- The GRP Treatment of Flow Singularities -- 1. Tracking of
Singularities -- 2. Geometrical Singularities -- 3. Narrow Reaction Zones in Combustion Calculations -- Application of the Multidomain Local Fourier Method for CFD in Complex Geometries -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Multidomain Local
Fourier Method (MDLF) -- 3. Problems in Complex Geometries -- 4. Preconditioned Iteration Method with Spectral Preconditioner -- 5. Demonstration for the Navier-Stokes System -- Confined Swirling Flows - A Continuing Challenge -- 1.
Introduction -- 2. Statement of the Problem -- 3. Numerical Formulation -- 4. Results and Discussion -- 5. Conclusions -- Eshelbian Continuum Mechanics and Nonlinear -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Momentum and Pseudo-Momentum Force and
Pseudo-Force -- 3. Field Formulation -- 4. Non-Equivalence Between Global Formulations -- 5. The Role of Pseudomomentum and Energy in Nonlinear-Wave Propagation -- 6. A Newtonian Mechanics for Global Material Forces?
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Title:Modeling in Combustion Science Proceedings of the US-Japan Seminar Held in Kapaa, Kauai, Hawaii, 24–29 July 1994
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Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (374 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-59224-5
Contents:Some open issues in premixed turbulent combustion -- The scalar-field front propagation equation and its applications -- Effects of local flow field on chemical reactions in thin reaction zone of premixed flames -- Direct numerical
simulation of chemically reacting turbulence -- Prediction of NOx emission index of turbulent diffusion flame -- Solitary wave solution of turbulent mixing layer by the method of pseudo-compressibility -- Simplified transport and
reduced chemistry models of premixed and nonpremixed combustion -- Preferential diffusion effects in diffusion flames -- Modeling low Reynolds number microgravity combustion problems -- Numerical modeling of graphite combustion using
elementary, reduced and semi-global heterogeneous reaction mechanisms -- Atomistic approach on diamond growth from gaseous phases -- Flame propagation in closed vessels -- Pressure-driven disturbances in fluid dynamic interactions with
flames -- The nonlinear dynamics of intrinsic acoustic oscillations in combustion-driven systems -- Modeling of combustion of a gaseous sphere using mathematica -- Wavelets as a numerical tool -- Numerical simulation of dynamic
interaction of a droplet with a vortex using a CIP-combined unified procedure method -- Gasification and combustion of a moving droplet undergoing continuous phase change in supercritical ambience -- Vapor diffusion flames, their
stability, and annular pool fires -- Flames in vortices & tulip-flame inversion -- Flame ignition of premixed methane-air flow -- Combustion waves: Non adiabatic -- Determination of laminar flame speeds from nozzle-generated
counterflow flames -- Some topics in reverse smoulder -- Porous medium combustion -- Stability of reacting mixing layers -- Ignition and combustion characteristics in supersonic flow -- Level-set techniques applied to unsteady
detonation propagation
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Keywords: Physics , Chemometrics , Physical chemistry , Fluids , Computational intelligence , Physics , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Numerical and Computational Physics , Fluid- and Aerodynamics , Physical Chemistry , Math. Applications in Chemistry , Computational Intelligence
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Title:Interaction of Gases with Surfaces Detailed Description of Elementary Processes and Kinetics
Author(s): Alexander V Bogdanov
Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (133 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-540-49107-1
Contents:Inelastic Scattering of Molecules from Crystal Surfaces -- General Semiclassical Theory of Gas—Surface Scattering -- Dynamic Structural Factors of Phonon Scattering -- Multiphonon Scattering -- Scattering from Rough Surfaces --
Concluding Remarks on Quasiclassical Approach to Gas-Surface Scattering -- Microscopic Models of Detailed Kinetics of Adsorption -- Microscopic Models of Detailed Kinetics -- Physical Models of Elementary Processes, Transition
Probabilities, and Kinetic Coefficients -- Different Regimes of Adsorption Kinetics -- Equilibrium and Quasiequilibrium Solutions to the LG Model -- Thermodynamical Description of Adsorbed Layer Dynamics -- Phenomenological Models of
Thin Film Growth at Solid Surfaces -- Classical Model of Nucleation and Nuclei Growth at Substrate -- Lateral Growth of Island Films -- Calculations of Thin Films Growth Kinetics -- Kinetic Boundary Condition (KBC) and Inverse
Scattering Problem -- KBC for Distribution Function in Gas Phase -- Inverse Scattering Problem in Gas-Surface Interaction
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Keywords: Physics , Fluids , Atoms , Crystallography , Materials , Thin films , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Surfaces and Interfaces, Thin Films , Crystallography , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Numerical and Computational Physics , Fluid- and Aerodynamics
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Title:Small-Scale Structures in Three-Dimensional Hydrodynamic and Magnetohydrodynamic Turbulence Proceedings of a Workshop Held at Nice, France 10–13 January 1995
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Date:1995
Size:1 online resource (421 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0102392
Contents:Small-scale behavior in distorted turbulent boundary layers at high Reynolds number -- Vortex stretching and enstrophy generation in numerical and laboratory turbulence -- The role of singularities in Euler -- On a possible Euler
singularity during transition in a high-symmetry flow -- Vortex dynamics in numerical simulations of transitional and turbulent shear flows -- Turbulent mixing: small-scale properties -- Compressible flows and vortex stretching --
Vortex models of the fine scales of turbulence -- Development of turbulence in a confined elliptic vortex -- Axial dynamics of viscous vortices -- Influence of the low pressure filaments on the velocity statistics in a turbulent shear
flow -- Geometric and topological aspects of vortex filament dynamics under LIA -- Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation: An hydrodynamical tool? -- Inertial-range intermittency -- Statistics of small-scale structures and a dynamical
mechanism of cascade -- New results on turbulence in helium -- Structures in turbulence and multifractal universality -- Scaling laws of two-dimensional turbulence -- Scaling laws in the Solar Wind turbulence -- Multiplicative cascade
models and multifractality -- Turbulent jets: Reichardt's inductive theory and intermittency corrections -- Transverse and longitudinal scaling laws in homogeneous and non-homogeneous low Re ? turbulence -- Morphology of the mixing
layer in the Rayleigh-Taylor instability -- Stratified turbulence: Structural issues, and turbulent diffusion -- Small- and large-scale structures of the decaying turbulence in a continuously stratified liquid -- On the vertical
transport of a passive scalar in a stratified medium -- Flow field around a circular obstacle emerging from an erosion scour hole -- New variants to the dynamic Subgrid Scale Model -- Magnetohydrodynamic turbulence with net currents --
High Reynolds number vortices with magnetic field in non-axisymmetric strain -- A model for the distribution of magnetic flux in high beta MHD turbulence -- Anisotropy in incompressible and compressible 3D MHD turbulence -- Current
sheets in three-dimensional MHD turbulence -- The role of coherent structures in magnetohydrodynamic turbulence -- Scale-invariant plasma motions near X-points -- On the nature of 3D reconnection -- How does fast reconnection work? --
Current sheets near magnetic separatrix surfaces -- Parallel computation of magnetic fluxtube reconnection -- Fine structure in fast dynamo computations -- Numerical study of the dynamo effect in a cylinder and the role of small scales
-- A flow-field instability by the hydro-dynamical “alpha-effect” -- Formation of thin current sheets in magnetospheres -- Turbulence in the interstellar medium -- Dynamo generated turbulence in discs -- Small scales in the solar
corona -- Solar wind turbulence: Comparison of MHD and hybrid simulations -- Nonlinear dynamics of dispersive Alfvén waves -- Large scale circulation induced by small scale surface gravity waves
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Keywords: Physics , Quantum physics , Fluids , Quantum computers , Spintronics , Statistical physics , Dynamical systems , Physics , Mathematical Methods in Physics , Numerical and Computational Physics , Statistical Physics, Dynamical Systems and Complexity , Quantum Physics , Quantum Information Technology, Spintronics , Fluid- and Aerodynamics
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Title:Mathematical Modelling Courses for Engineering Education
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Date:1994
Size:1 online resource (254 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-662-02977-0
Contents:I: Mathematical Modelling Issues -- 1. The Role and Practice of Mathematical Modelling in Industry Today -- 2. The Teaching of Mathematical Modelling -- 3. Using Maple in a Mathematical Modelling Course -- 4. Design of Mathematical
Modelling Courses for Fluid Flow in Engineering Education -- II: Engineering Mathematics Education -- 5. Integrating New Information Technologies into Engineering Mathematics Curricula -- 6. Examples of Matlab in Engineering Education
-- 7. Issues Involved in Teaching Calculus with Computer Algebra Systems -- 8. A Global Approach to Finite Element Method -- 9. Finite Element Method by Using Mathematica -- 10. Ingmath: Software for Engineering Mathematics -- 11.
Power Series Solutions of ODEs -- 12. Comments on the Teaching of Computational Fluid Dynamics -- III: Mathematical Modelling in Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer -- 13. Finite Difference Modelling of Two-Phase Flow Instabilities in Boiling
Systems -- 14. Numerical Modelling in Heat Transfer by Spectral Methods -- IV: Workshops -- A. Computer Algebra Systems in Mathematical Education -- B. Mathematical Modelling in Fluid Flow -- Author and Subject Index
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Keywords: Mathematics , Computer science , Computer simulation , Numerical analysis , Mathematical models , Engineering , Mathematics , Mathematical Modeling and Industrial Mathematics , Engineering, general , Learning & Instruction , Symbolic and Algebraic Manipulation , Numerical Analysis , Simulation and Modeling
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Title:Applied Mathematics in Aerospace Science and Engineering
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Date:1994
Size:1 online resource (514 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-9259-1
Contents:1: Fluid Mechanics -- 1. Slow Variations in Fluid Mechanics -- 2. Computer-Extended Series in Fluid Mechanics -- 3. Solving the Equations of Compressible Viscous Flow about Aerospace Configurations -- 4. Mathematical Problems in the
Gas Dynamics of High-Altitude Flight -- 5. Toward a Unification of Potential and Viscous Aerodynamics: Boundary Integral Formulation -- 6. Numerical Solution of the Navier-Stokes Equations for Viscous Compressible Flows -- 2: Flight
Mechanics and Control -- 7. Singular Perturbations in Flight Mechanics -- 8. Multi-Phase Trajectory Optimization Methods with Applications to Hypersonic Vehicles -- 9. Offline and Online Computation of Optimal Trajectories in the
Aerospace Field -- 10. Optimal Wind Energy Extraction for Dynamic Soaring -- 11. Introduction to Optimal Trajectories for Aeroassisted Orbital Transfer -- 3: Dynamics and Structures -- 12. Lyapunov Stability Theory Based Control of
Uncertain Dynamical Systems -- 13. Stability Problems in Space Flight Mechanics -- 14. Numerical Approximations in Analytical Dynamics -- 15. Effects of Plasticity of Metallic Materials on Fatigue and Fracture Mechanics -- 16.
Mathematical Models and Their Use in Engineering -- 4: Mathematical Techniques -- 17. Recent Mathematical Methods for Engineering System Design, Part 1: Overcoming Bellman’s Curse of Dimensionality in Large Optimization Problems -- 18.
Recent Mathematical Methods for Engineering System Design, Part 2: System Approach in Engineering Optimization -- 19. Numerical Treatment of Quasi-Singular Integrals in Dynamic Response Problems -- 20. Symbolic Calculus Computations in
the Aerospace Field
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Keywords: Engineering , Probabilities , Applied mathematics , Engineering mathematics , Mechanical engineering , Automotive engineering , Aerospace engineering , Astronautics , Electrical engineering , Engineering , Aerospace Technology and Astronautics , Probability Theory and Stochastic Processes , Automotive Engineering , Appl.Mathematics/Computational Methods of Engineering , Electrical Engineering , Mechanical Engineering
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Title:Nonlinear Processes in Physics Proceedings of the III Potsdam — V Kiev Workshop at Clarkson University, Potsdam, NY, USA, August 1–11, 1991
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Date:1993
Size:1 online resource (343 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-77769-1
Contents:I Nonlinear Equations -- Multisoliton-like Solutions of Wave Propagation in Periodic Nonlinear Structures -- Complex Deformation of Integrable Hamiltonians over Generalized Jacobi Varieties -- Collective Coordinates by a Variational
Approach: Problems for Sine Gordon and ?4 Models -- Spatiotemporal Chaos in the Nonlinear Three Wave Interaction -- On the Instability of the Static Soliton-like “Bubbles” -- Symplectic and Hamiltonian Structures of Nonlinear Evolution
Equations -- A Fuchs Extension to the Painlevé Test -- Modulation Equations for Nearly Integrable PDEs with Periodic Boundary Conditions -- Spectrum of Domain Wall Excitations in YIG -- Interaction of Defects in Nonlinear Dissipative
Fields -- On the Analytic Degenerate Dispersion Laws -- II Inverse Scattering Transforms -- Breaking Solitons. Systems of Hydrodynamic Type -- Real and Virtual Multidimensional Solitons -- Resolvent Approach for the Nonstationary
Schrödinger Equation with Line-Type Potential -- Lattice Construction of Quantum Integrable Systems -- Combining Dressing and Nonlocality -- Initial Boundary-Value Problems for Soliton Equations -- Non-Perturbative Two-Dimensional
Quantum Gravity and the Isomonodromy Method -- The Action of the Virasoro Nonisospectral KdV Symmetries of the Whitham Equations -- A Generalized Sato’s Equation of the KP Theory and Weyl Algebra -- Quasirelativistic Analogs of Lax
Equations -- n × n Zakharov-Shabat System of the Form (d?/dx)(z2 ? 1/z2)J? + (zQ + P + R/z)? -- Homoclinic Orbits and Bäcklund Transformations for the Doubly Periodic Davey-Stewartson Equation -- Volterra Operator Algebra for Zero
Curvature Representation Universality of KP -- Calculation of All Commutation Relations Among Scattering Data Without Using the R-Matrix Approach -- Fluctuating Solitons of the KdV Hierarchy -- The Periodic Fixed Points of Bäcklund
Transformations -- IST for KPI -- III Plasmas -- A Physical Model for Nonlinear, Supersonic Equatorial Bubbles -- Nonlinear Dynamics of Electron Cyclotron Heated Plasmas -- Nonlinear Evolution of Alfvén Waves in Space Plasmas -- Alfvén
Solitons and the DNLS Equation -- On the Analytical Theory for Self-Focusing of Radiation -- Ionospheric Langmuir Turbulence Driven by an Electromagnetic Pump Below the Upper-Hybrid Frequency -- Mode Conversions in Ionospheric
Modification Experiments -- On the Superstrong Wave Collapse -- A Moving Boundary Problem in Plasma Physics -- Proton-Whistler Interactions in the Radiation Belts -- IV Nonlinear Optics -- Optical Turbulence in Semiconductor Lasers --
Chaotic Dynamics Due to Competition Among Degenerate Modes in a Ring-Cavity Laser -- Quantum Self Phase Modulation in Optical Fibres -- Quantum Groups: Q-Boson Theories of Integrable Models and Applications in Non-Linear Optics --
Perturbation Method and Optical Solitons -- Birefringent Optical Fibers: Modulational Instability in a Near-Integrable System -- Rigorous Results in Quantum Theory of Stimulated Raman Scattering -- Bäcklund Transformations as Physical
Equations -- Level Splitting and Band Formation of Dark Soliton Eigenvalues -- Soliton Propagation in a Random Medium -- V Hydrodynamics and Turbulence -- Length Scales and the Navier-Stokes Equations -- Local and Nonlocal Transfer of
Motion Integrals in Wave Turbulence -- Weak and Strong Turbulence in the CGL Equation -- Numerical Test of a Weak Turbulence Approximation for an Electromagnetically Driven Langmuir Turbulence -- Drift Wave Vortices in Inhomogeneous
Plasmas -- Solitons on a Vortex Filament with Axial Flow -- Lagrangian Statistics of Turbulence -- Pattern Formation Via Resonant Interactions in Fluid Flows -- Length Scale of Vortices and Mode Competition in Quasi 2D Shear Flows --
Dynamics of Vortex-Current Filaments in MHD Plasma -- Success of Arnol’d’s Method in a Hierarchy of Ocean Models -- Wavelets and Two Dimensional Turbulence -- VI Inverse Scattering Problems -- Spectral Theory of Linear ?-Matrices and
the Solution of Certain Nonlinear Algebraic and Functional Equations -- Nonlinear Acoustic Tomography -- Spectral Transform for Nonlinear Evolution Equations with N Space Dimensions -- Index of Contributors
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Title:Thirteenth International Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics Proceedings of the Conference Held at the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche Rome, Italy, 6–10 July 1992
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Date:1993
Size:1 online resource (38 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-56394-6
Contents:Progress in multi-dimensional upwind differencing -- The impact of turbulence modelling on the numerical predictions of flows -- Domain decomposition methods with applications to fluid dynamics -- Unstructured mesh algorithms for
aerodynamic calculations -- Fluid flow visualization: Recent developments and future directions -- A multi-dimensional solution adaptive multigrid solver for the Euler equations -- A multi-dimensional upwind scheme for the Euler
equations -- On a method to construct Godunov-type schemes -- 3-Dimensional upwind Euler solver using kinetic flux vector splitting method -- Monotone, higher-order accurate, multi-dimensional upwinding -- On a new class of flux
splittings -- A second-order multidimensional Sequel to Godunov's method -- Preconditioning and flux vector splitting for compressible low Mach number flow -- A three-dimensional pressure flux-split RNS formulation: Application to
subsonic/supersonic flow in inlets and ducts -- An improved wave model for multidimensional upwinding of the Euler equations -- GC-FCT : A fully multidimensional FCT algorithm for general curvilinar coordinates -- Direct numerical
simulation of the three-dimensional breakdown to turbulence in compressible boundary layers -- The nonlinear galerkin method applied to the simulation of turbulence in a channel flow -- Unsteady and transitional separated fluid flows -
direct simulation -- Spatial simulation of boundary-layer transition mechanisms -- Vortical structures and turbulent phenomena in a piston-engine model -- Prediction of turbulent Lee-side vortex flow -- Modelling
shock/turbulent-boundary-layer interaction with second-moment closure within a pressure-velocity strategy -- Solution of compressible, turbulent transport equations using a flux-difference split scheme -- Direct numerical simulation of
laminar breakdown in high-speed, axisymmetric boundary layers -- Direct numerical simulation of compressible turbulence in a homogeneous shear flow -- Numerical investigation of turbulent flow in boundary layer at different Reynolds
numbers -- Near-wall turbulence models and numerical solution of the Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes equations using, unstructured grids -- Simulation of instabilities in a boundary layer with a roughness element -- Transonic and
supersonic flow calculations around aircrafts using a multidomain Euler code -- Simulation of 2d external incompressible viscous flows by means of a domain decomposition method -- Domain decomposition combined with adaptive remeshing
for problems of transient compressible flow -- A numerical procedure to solve viscous flow around arbitrarily moving bodies -- An unstructured multi-block local grid refinement solver for the 3-D Euler equations and its implementation
on distributed memory computers -- A second-order TVD method for the solution of the 3D Euler and Navier-Stokes equations on adaptively refined meshes -- A 3-D least-squares upwind Euler solver for unstructured meshes -- Discontinuous
finite element Euler solutions on unstructured adaptive grids -- High-resolution schemes and unstructured grids in transient shocked flow simulation -- Validation of an unstructured Euler code for the simulation of transonic flows past
a complete aircraft -- Semi-unstructured prismatic grid generation for aircraft configurations -- Block full multigrid adaptive scheme for the compressible Euler equations -- Incompressible Navier-Stokes solutions on unstructured grids
using a co-volume technique -- Delaunay based triangulations for the Navier-stokes equations with minimum user input -- External viscous flow computations using prismatic grid -- Unstructured grid generation by advancing front method
using structured background grids -- A multigrid finite volume method based on multistage Jacobi relaxation for steady Euler equations on adaptive unstructured grids -- Adaptivity techniques for the computation of two-dimensional
viscous flows using structured meshes -- Performance assessment of an adaptive mesh refinement technique for detonation waves -- An evaluation of turbulent heat transfer predictions -- Kinetic flux-splitting schemes for hypersonic
flows -- Numerical simulation of supersonic mixing layers using a fourth-order accurate shock capturing scheme -- Truly two-dimensional algorithms for radiative non-equilibrium flows -- Development and validation of a high resolution
shock-capturing scheme for nonequilibrium hypersonic flows -- Nonequilibrium, chemically reacting flowfields and the implicit-explicit Godunov scheme -- An upwind scheme for oblique shock/boundary layer interaction in a supersonic
inlet -- Calculation of a viscous hypersonic nozzle flow by a second order implicit scheme on unstructured meshes -- Shock-boundary layer interaction by shock fitting -- Numerical simulation of supersonic mixing layer using a solution
adaptive finite-element flux-corrected transport scheme -- Numerical solution of hypersonic real gas flows using method of lines -- Nozzle flow calculations with gas injections using inviscid and viscous approaches -- A Godunov-type
scheme using streamline meshes for steady supersonic aerodynamics -- A CFD-based approach for the solution of acoustics, Maxwell and Schroedinger equations for scattering problems -- 2-D studies of the multi-wavelength planar and
spherical Rayleigh-Taylor instability with an automatically rezoned Lagrangian code -- Mixed-convection of rotating fluids in spherical annuli -- A comparison of several implicit residual smoothing methods in combination with multigrid
-- The computation of highly nonlinear free surface waves wtiti a three-dimensional panel method -- A brief description of a new numerical framework for solving conservation laws — The method of space-time conservation element and
solution element -- Computation of airfoil and cascade flows using the Clebsch decomposition method -- Solutions of the vorticity transport equation at high Reynolds numbers -- Magnetically driven flow in an annulus -- Multiblock
Navier Stokes method to simulate turbulent transonic flow over a delta-wing -- Quasigasdynamic equations and computer simulation of viscous gas flows -- Effects of angle of attack on the leading edge attachment line -- Finite element
simulation of transonic flows with shock waves -- Navier-Stokes analysis and experimental data comparison of compressible flow within ducts -- Multidisciplinary computational aerosciences -- Numerical methods for simulating unsteady
incompressible flows -- Time-marching computations in the complete Mach/Reynolds number domain -- Numerical investigation of a double-periodic compressible multi-vortex-field -- A direct implicit methodology for the simulation of the
rapid pitch-up of an airfoil with and without leading-edge flow control -- The solution of 3D inviscid flow using a finite element multigrid procedure -- Eulerian-Eulerian and Eulerian-Lagrangian methods in two phase flow --
Fast-convergent method for finding steady-state solutions of the Euler equations -- Numerical study of the close-coupled canard-wing-body aerodynamic interaction -- Asymptotic far-field boundary conditions for numerical flowfield
predictions -- Numerical simulation of inviscid and viscous flow with high order accurate schemes -- Solution of three-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations using an implicit Gauss-Seidel scheme -- Transonic wing analysis and design
using Navier-Stokes equations -- A second order method for the finite element solution of the Euler and Navier-Stokes equations -- Implementation of cell-vertex schemes on a massively parallel computer -- A consistent cell vertex
finite volume method for the compressible Navier-Stokes equations -- Remark on numerical simulation of 2D unsteady transonic flows -- Development and applications of a 3D compressible Navier-Stokes solver -- numerical simulation of
three-dimensional vortex flows over delta wing configurations
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Title:Evolution of Dynamical Structures in Complex Systems Proceedings of the International Symposium Stuttgart, July 16–17, 1992
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Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (137 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-84781-3
Contents:I General Approaches -- On the Principles of Synergetics -- Elements of a Synergetics of Evolutionary Processes -- Nonequilibrium Potentials -- II Lasers and Nonlinear Optics -- Spatio-Temporal Instabilities in Nonlinear Optical
Systems -- The Laser with a Saturable Absorber: A Paradigm for the Study of Laser Instabilities -- Dislocations in Laser Fields -- On the Role of Noise in Nonlinear Optics -- III Fluid Dynamics and Solid State Physics -- Pattern
Formation in Fluids — Variational and Non-Variational Models -- Dynamic Theory of Planetary Magnetism and Laboratory Experiments -- Influence of Colored Noise on Energy Transport and Optical Line Shapes in Dimers -- IV Biology and
Medicine -- Coordination Dynamics of Human Brain and Behavior -- Brain Electric Fields and Brain Functional States -- Synergetic Analysis of Human Electroencephalograms: Petit-Mal Epilepsy -- Synergetics, Resonance Phenomena and Brain
Internal Codes -- Synergetics, Self-Simplification, and the Ability to Undo -- V Artificial Intelligence and Synergetic Computers -- Artificial Life: An Engineering Perspective -- Path Finding with a Network of Oscillators --
Synergetic Approach to Phenomena of Perception in Natural and Artificial Systems -- VI Psychology and Social Sciences -- Application of Synergetics to Psychology -- Organization and Self-Organization -- VII Epistemology -- Schelling’s
Concept of Self-Organization -- Index of Contributors
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Title:Mathematical Physics X Proceedings of the Xth Congress on Mathematical Physics, Held at Leipzig, Germany, 30 July – 9 August, 1991
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Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (497 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-77303-7
Contents:I Plenary Lectures -- Recent Progress in Classical Mechanics -- to the Differential Geometry of Quantum Groups -- Chaotic Quantum Systems -- Dynamical Zeta Functions: Where Do They Come From and What Are They Good For? --
Billiard-Type Systems with Chaotic Behaviour and Space-Time Chaos -- Statistical Physics and Spectral Theory of Disordered Systems: Some Recent Developments -- Low Temperature Stochastic Spin Dynamics: Metastability, Convergence to
Equilibrium and Phase Segregation -- Entropy Methods in Hydrodynamical Scaling -- Quantum Groups and Non-Commutative Differential Geometry -- Hamiltonian Methods in Conformal Field Theory -- On the General Theory of Quantized Fields --
Atomic and Molecular Structure — A Renormalized Picture — -- Gauge Invariance in Non-Relativistic Many-Body Theory -- Asymptotic Completeness for N-Body Quantum Systems -- Self-Dual Chern—Simons Solitons -- Mathematical Theory of
Classical Fields and General Relativity -- Representations of Quantized Differential Forms in Non-Commutative Geometry -- II Session Lectures -- Section 1: Analysis on Manifolds and Classical Mechanics -- Solutions of Nonlinear Wave
Equations and Localization Theory -- Connections on Symplectic Manifolds and Characteristic Classes of Hamiltonian Systems -- Symplectic Twist Maps and the Theorem of Conley—Zehnder for General Cotangent Bundles -- Floer Homology for
Mapping Cylinders -- Section 2: Quantum Groups and Non-Commutative Differential Geometry -- ?-Deformation of (Super)Poincaré Algebra -- Quantum Physics as Non-Commutative Geometry -- An Operator Algebraic Framework for the Duality of
Quantum Groups -- Section 3: Chaotic Quantum Systems -- Distribution of Energy Levels in Quantum Systems with Integrable Classical Counterpart. Rigorous Results -- Entropy-Invariants of Dynamical Systems and Perturbations of Operators
-- Chaotic Motion in Coulombic Potentials -- Generalized Floquet Operator for Quasiperiodically Driven Quantum Systems -- Section 4: Equilibrium Statistical Mechanics -- Magnetization and Slow Decay of Correlations in Continuum 1/r2
Ising Models -- Existence of the Kosterlitz-Thouless Phase for Two-Dimensional Coulomb Gases at Inverse Temperatures above 8? -- Large Deviation Behavior of Statistical Mechanics Models in the Multiphase Regime -- Section 5: Classical
Dynamical Systems and Random Perturbations -- A Variational Approach to the Random Diffeomorphisms Type Perturbations of a Hyperbolic Diffeomorphism -- Chaotic Mappings and Stochastic Markov Chains -- Section 6: Disordered Systems --
Quantum Spin Systems in a Random Environment -- Rounding Effects in Systems with Static Disorder -- Section 7: Nonequilibrium Statistical Mechanics -- Derivation of Euler Equation from Hamiltonian Systems with Negligible Random Noise
-- The Spatial Structure in Diffusion Limited Two-Particle Reactions -- Multilevel Models of Interacting Diffusions and Large Deviations -- Section 8: General Theory of Quantized Fields -- Fields, Particles and Analyticity: Recent
Results -- Quantum Field Theory in Curved Spacetime -- Charges in Quantum Field Theory -- Three Exactly Soluble Quantum Field Theory Models in 2-, 3- and 4-Dimensional Space Time and Some General Questions They Suggest -- CPT- and
Lorentz-Transformations in Two-Dimensional Quantum Field Theory -- The Concept of Spontaneously Broken Symmetry and a New Approach to Goldstone’s Theorem -- Section 9: Nonrelativistic Quantum Mechanics (Stationary) -- On the Atomic
Energy Asymptotics -- Section 10: Special Systems in Quantum Field -- Existence of the Schwinger Functions of the Three-Dimensional Gross-Neveu Model -- Progress in Completely Integrable Models of Quantum Field Theory -- Section 11:
Scattering Theory, Inverse Problems -- Inverse Scattering at Fixed Energy -- Semi-Classical and High-Energy Asymptotics of the Scattering Phase for Perturbations of Elliptic Operators -- On the Mapping Properties of the Wave Operators
in Scattering Theory -- Section 12: Conformai and Topological Field Theory -- Reduction of Kac-Moody Systems -- Quantum Symmetry of Rational Conformal Models -- Section 13: General Relativity and Classical Field Theory -- Quasi-Normal
Modes of the Schwarzschild Space-Time -- The Initial Value Problem for Self-Gravitating Fluid Bodies -- Poster Session and Program -- Poster Session -- Program
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Title:Microscopic Simulations of Complex Hydrodynamic Phenomena
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Size:1 online resource (438 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4899-2314-1
Contents:I. Introduction -- From Fluid Particles to Physical Particles: Computing Hydrodynamics -- From Global, à la Kolmogorov 1941, Scaling to Local Multifractal Scaling in Fully Developed Turbulence -- II. Non-Equilibrium Molecular Dynamics
-- Theoretical Foundation and Rheological Application of Non-equilibrium Molecular Dynamics -- Nonequilibrium Molecular Dynamics at Livermore and Los Alamos -- Shock Waves and Spallation by Molecular Dynamics -- Molecular Dynamic Study
of Density Fluctuation in a Non-Equilibrium System -- Temporal Periodicity in Microscopic Simulation of Rayleigh-Bénard Convection -- NEMD Simulations and the Rheology of Liquid Hydrocarbons -- Molecular Dynamics Simulations of
Shock-Induced Chemistry: Application to Chemically Sustained Shock Waves -- III. Lattice Gases -- Lattice Boltzmann Simulation of High Reynolds Number Fluid Flow in Two Dimensions -- New Types of Diffusion in Lattice Gas Cellular
Automata -- Statistical Mechanics and Kinetic Theory of Lattice Gas Cellular Automata -- A Mean Field Theory for Biased Lattice Gas Models -- Fluid Dynamical Limits of Discrete Kinetic Theories -- The Lattice Boltzmann Equation: Theory
and Application -- Study of Diffusion in Lattice-Gas Fluids and Colloids -- Simple Models of Complex Fluids -- IV. Other Simulation Methods -- A Contemporary Implementation of the Direct Simulation Monte Carlo Method -- Brownian and
Stokesian Dynamics -- Round Table Discussions (I): Issues in Hydrodynamic Simulations -- V. Chaos, Turbulence and Irreversibility -- Lyapunov Exponents and Bulk Transport Coefficients -- Dynamical Chaos Underlying Diffusion in the
Lorentz Gas -- Generalized Gaussian Dynamics, Phase-Space Reduction and Irreversibility: A Comment -- Round Table Discussions (II): Irreversibility and Lyapunov Spectra -- VI. Related Topics -- Statistical Fracture Mechanics --
Computational Statistical Mechanics of Tethered Membranes -- Granular Flow at Low Shear Rates -- Three-Dimensional Simulations of Plastic Flow in Crystals -- VII. Recollections -- Concluding Remarks: The Long-Time Tails Story --
Participants
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Title:Chaotic Transport in Dynamical Systems
Author(s): Stephen Wiggins
Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (301 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4757-3896-4
Contents:1 Introduction and Examples -- 2 Transport in Two-Dimensional Maps: General Principles and Results -- 3 Convective Mixing and Transport Problems in Fluid Mechanics -- 4 Transport in Quasiperiodically Forced Systems: Dynamics Generated
by Sequences of Maps -- 5 Markov Models -- 6 Transport in k-Degree-of-Freedom Hamiltonian Systems, 3 ? k < ?: The Generalization of Separatrices to Higher Dimensions and Their Geometrical Structure -- Appendix 1 Proofs of Theorems 2.6
and 2.12 -- Appendix 2 Derivation of the Quasiperiodic Melnikov Functions from Chapter 4 -- References
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Title:Mathematics in Industrial Problems Part 5
Author(s): Avner Friedman
Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (216 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-7405-7
Contents:1 Sparse matrix methods for chemical process simulation -- 1.1 Chemical process engineering -- 1.2 Equation based approach to process simulation -- 1.3 The frontal method -- 1.4 References -- 2 High speed coating of optical fibers --
2.1 Optical fiber manufacturing -- 2.2 Coating of optical fiber -- 2.3 The upper meniscus -- 2.4 An ideal fluid model -- 2.5 References -- 3 Imaging by random coverage -- 3.1 The film -- 3.2 Transmittance and granularity -- 3.3 Moments
of the transmission -- 3.4 Photographic granularity -- 3.5 References -- 4 Stress-assisted diffusion in glassy polymers -- 4.1 Diffusion in polymers -- 4.2 Previous models of Non-Fickian diffusion -- 4.3 New formulation -- 4.4 Open
problems -- 4.5 References -- 5 Kinetic swelling of crosslinked polymer -- 5.1 The one-dimensional model -- 5.2 Three dimensions: spherical symmetry -- 5.3 The swelling process in general geometry -- 5.4 Solution to problems (1) (2) --
5.5 References -- 6 Stochastic analysis of a slotted communication channel -- 6.1 Slotted channel -- 6.2 Mathematical model -- 6.3 Mathematical results -- 6.4 Open problems -- 6.5 References -- 7 Mathematical problems in color
visualization -- 7.1 Areas of applications -- 7.2 Methods of imaging -- 7.3 Characterization of the media -- 7.4 Image processing analysis -- 7.5 Problem areas -- 7.6 References -- 8 Simulated annealing in protein folding -- 8.1 The
problem -- 8.2 Numerical approach -- 8.3 Results -- 8.4 Open questions -- 8.5 References -- 9 Ideal forming theory -- 9.1 Rigid-perfectly plastic flow -- 9.2 2-dimensional steady flow -- 9.3 Generalization to 3-dimensions -- 9.4
Mathematical issues -- 9.5 References -- 10 Predicting properties of composite materials -- 10.1 Elastic moduli of a composite -- 10.2 The Hashin—Strikman bounds -- 10.3 Third-order bounds -- 10.4 Homogenization -- 10.5 Simulation --
10.6 Open problems -- 10.7 References -- 11 Interprocessor memory contention -- 11.1 Simulation -- 11.2 Dimensional analysis -- 11.3 Results -- 11.4 Open problems -- 11.5 References -- 12 Computation of volume integrals in potential
theory -- 12.1 The general method -- 12.2 Computing boundary and volume integrals -- 12.3 Extensions and open problems -- 12.4 References -- 13 Mathematics of blood analysis -- 13.1 Competitive immuno-assay -- 13.2 Equilibrium and the
dose-response curve -- 13.3 The kinetic problem -- 13.4 Liapunov functions for (13.15) -- 13.5 References -- 14 Averaged equations for layered and blocky media -- 14.1 Quasistatic equations -- 14.2 The one-cell problem -- 14.3 Discrete
contact problem -- 14.4 Application to the unit cell problem -- 14.5 References -- 15 Brownian dynamics simulations of colloidal dispersion -- 15.1 Viscosity divergence -- 15.2 Brownian Dynamics -- 15.3 Simulation -- 15.4 Future
directions -- 15.5 References -- 16 Kinetic models of photobleaching -- 16.1 Photobleaching -- 16.2 The kinetic model -- 16.3 Travelling wave solution -- 16.4 Open problems and solution -- 16.5 References -- 17 Micromagnetics -- 17.1
Domains and walls -- 17.2 Equilibrium -- 17.3 The time-dependent problem -- 17.4 Domain-wall calculations -- 17.5 Open problems -- 17.6 References -- 18 A Bayesian framework for computer vision -- 18.1 The Markov random field approach
-- 18.2 The mean field approach -- 18.3 Saddle point approximation -- 18.4 Renormalization group technique -- 18.5 References -- 19 Stress from trenches in semiconductor devices -- 19.1 Stress and performance -- 19.2 Stress caused by
trench spacing -- 19.3 References -- 20 Solutions to problems from parts 2–4 -- 20.1 Part 4 -- 20.2 Part 3 -- 20.3 Part 2 -- 20.4 References
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Title:Wave-Particle Duality
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Size:1 online resource (306 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-3332-0
Contents:1 Probability, Pseudoprobability, Mean Values -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Pairs of Operators -- 3. Wigner’s Pseudodensity -- 4. Probability Spaces -- 5. Quantum Mechanics and Fluid Dynamics -- 6. Marcinkiewicz Space and Stationary
Functions -- 7. Conclusion -- 2 Local Vacua -- 1. From Bell’s Theorem to Where? -- 2. Some Basic Facts about Nonlocality -- 3. How to Get Rid of the Wave Function Collapse -- 4. The Physical Nature of the Local Vacuum -- 5. Dirac’s
Covariant Vacuum as an Example -- 6. Conclusion and Outlook -- 3 Causal Quantum Theory: Why a Nonstarter? -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Formalism and Interpretation: An Example -- 3. The “Copenhagen” Interpretation -- 4. A Logically
Possible, Empirically Viable Alternative: Causal Interpretations -- 5. A Modern “Double-Slit” Experiment -- 6. The Value of an Alternative Interpretation -- 7. Oposing Commitments, Opposing Schools -- 8. Forging the “Copenhagen”
Interpretation -- 9. An Alternative Historical Scenario? -- 10. Internal versus External Explanations -- 4 Duality of Fluctuations, Fields, and More -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Duality of Fluctuations -- 3. Duality of Fields -- 4. Duality
of the Radiation Process -- 5. The Unobservable Wave -- 6. Discussion: Measurement and Duality -- 5 Dualism within Dualism: Open Questions -- 6 Recent Contributions of Electron Interferometry to Wave-Particle Duality -- 1. Introduction
-- 2. The Novel Electron-Optical Biprism Interferometer -- 3. Electron Interferometric Verifications of Wave-Particle Duality -- 7 The Aharonov-Bohm Effect From the Point of View of Local Realism -- 1. Introduction -- 2. Theory of the
AB Effect -- 3. Looking Beyond the Mathematical Formalism -- 4. Local Realist Interpretation of the AB Effect -- 8 Are Two-Beam Self-Interferences Mass-Independent? Not Thoroughly Known (?) Role of the Mass -- 1. Introduction and
Historical Backgrounds -- 2. Propositions of New Test Experiments -- 3. Is the Dirac Assumption Approximate or Not? -- 4. Hypothetical Model: The In-flight Transition before Arrival at Detector -- 5. Theoretical Perspectives -- 6.
Epistemological Remarks -- 9 Wave Mechanics and Relativity -- 1. Can We Reach Wave Mechanics Starting from Classical Mechanics? -- 2. Minimal Conditions of Wave-Particle Dualism: They Are Incompatible with Classical Mechanics and
Require Relativity -- 3. A Note about a Reasoning of Hamilton -- 10 Unsharp Particle-Wave Duality in Double-Slit Experiments -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Photon Split-Beam Experiment -- 3. The Unsharp Measuring Process -- 4.
Information Theoretical Considerations -- 5. Realization of the Unsharp Joint Measurement of P(A) and P(B) -- 6. Neutron Interference Experiments -- 11 Some Arguments against the Existence of de Broglie Waves -- 1. Distinguishing
Schrödinger’s from de Broglie’s Waves -- 2. De Broglie’s Initial Concept of de Broglie Waves -- 3. Discussion of Models -- 4. Conclusion -- 12 On the “Completeness” of Quantum Mechanics -- 1. Background -- 2. Covering Theories: An
Example from Electromagnetism -- 3. A Simple Covering Theory of Quantum Mechanics -- 4. Alternative “Necessitations” of the Covering Theory, Equation (2) -- 13 Neutron Interferometric Tests of Quantum Mechanics -- 1. Introduction -- 2.
Stochastic versus Deterministic Absorption -- 3. Wave Particle Measure -- 4. 4?-Symmetry of Spinors -- 5. Spin State Interferometry -- 6. Double Coil Experiments -- 7. Macroscopic Quantities in Uncertainty Relations -- 8. Experiments
in Progress or in Preparation -- 9. Discussion -- 14 Gedanken Experiments on Duality -- 1. Approach -- 2. Wave-Particle Duality -- 3. Nonlocality -- 4. Combining Experiments on Nonlocality and Wave-Particle Duality -- 5. Testing the
Proposed Approach -- 6. Another Possible Experiment -- 7. Comparison with Concrete Situations -- 8. Nonlocality and Relativity -- 9. Extending the Approach to the Case of Momentum Correlated Photons -- 15 Wind Effect of Empty Quantum
Waves in a Pfleegor-Mandel-Type Experiment for Electrons -- 1. Experiments Showing the Interference of Independent Photon Beams -- 2. Further Development of the Idea of Empty Waves -- 3. The Normal Double-Slit Experiment -- 4.
Double-Slit Experiment with Two Incoherent Sources -- 5. Three Calculations of Particle Density Compared -- 6. Numerical Results Obtained with the “Guidance Formula” -- 16 Two-Photon Interference and the Question of Empty Waves -- 1.
Introduction -- 2. Detection-Probability Model -- 3. Two-Photon Detection -- 4. Violation of “Strong” Bell-Type Inequalities -- 5. Two-Photon Interference on a Screen -- 6. Two-Photon Interference beyond a Beam Splitter -- 7. The
Wang-Zou-Mandel Experiment -- 17 Experiments on the Aharonov—Bohm Effect -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Aharonov—Bohm Effect -- 3. Formation Process of Electron Interference Pattern—Demonstration of Wave—Particle Duality -- 4.
Confirmation Experiments on the AB Effect -- 5. Conclusions
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Title:Studies in Turbulence
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Date:1992
Size:1 online resource (602 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-2792-2
Contents:1. Turbulence Modeling and Simulations -- Parameterizing Turbulent Diffusion in the Atmospheric Boundary Layer -- Modeling the Dissipation-Rate Equation with the Aid of Direct Simulation Data -- Second-Order Modeling of Turbulent
Diffusion in an Atmospheric Surface Layer -- Theoretical and Computational Study of Rotating Isotropi Turbulence -- Towards a Structure-Based Turbulence Model -- Effect of Mean Velocity Shear on the Dissipation Rate of Turbulent
Kinetic Energy -- Advances in Modeling the Pressure Correlation Terms in the Second Moment Equations -- Modeling the Dissipation Rate in Rotating Turbulent Flows -- Mapping Closures for Turbulent Mixing and Reaction -- Subgrid
Length-Scales for Large-Eddy Simulation of Stratified Turbulence -- 2. Coherent Structures and The Proper Orthogonal Decomposition -- Understanding Turbulence via Vortex Dynamics -- Heteroclinic Cycles, Exponential Tails, and
Intermittency in Turbulence Production -- Models for the Structure and Dynamics of Near Wall Turbulence -- The Streamwise Evolution of Coherent Structures in the Axisymmetric Jet Mixing Layer -- On the Complexity of Turbulence Near a
Wall -- Observations on the Proper Orthogonal Decomposition -- Lumley’s PODT Definition of Large Eddies and a Trio of Numerical Procedures -- Propagating Structures in Wall-Bounded Turbulent Flows -- On the Hidden Beauty of the Proper
Orthogonal Decomposition -- 3. Compressible Turbulence -- Mach Number Effects on Free and Wall Turbulent Structures in Light of Instability Flow Interactions -- Toward a Constitutive Relation in Compressible Turbulence -- Fluid
Dynamics and Noise Emission Associated with Supersonic Jets -- Formulation of the Statistical Equations of Turbulent Flows with Variable Density -- A Density-Weighted Conditional Closure Model for Diffusion Flames -- Interaction
Between Chemical Reaction and Turbulence in Supersonic Nonpremixed H2-Air Combustion -- Compressible Turbulence and Shock Waves -- Occurrence of Caustics for High Frequency Acoustic Waves Propagating Through Turbulent Fields -- Direct
Simulation of Compressible Turbulence in a Shear Flow -- The Rapid Expansion of a Turbulent Boundary Layer in a Supersonic Flow -- 4. Turbulent Shear Flows -- Structural Genesis in Wall-Bounded Turbulent Flows -- Some Preliminary
Experiments Concerning Thermal Dispersion in a Jet -- The Vortex Lattice Structure of Turbulent-Shear Flows -- Scalar Transport in a Longitudinal Vorticity System in Boundary Layers -- Conditionally Sampled Vorticities and Near-Wall
Turbulence Structure -- Modeling the Effect of Initial and Free-Stream Conditions on Circular Wakes -- On the Aetiology of Shear Layer Vortices -- 5. General Topics in Turbulence -- Characterization and Compression of Turbulent Signals
and Images Using Wavelet-Packets -- Self-Preservation of Temperature Fluctuations in Isotropic Turbulence -- The Turbulence Contribution to the Pressure Term in the Scalar-Flux Equations -- Long-Time Behavior of Material-Surface
Curvature in Isotropic Turbulence -- Microbubble Drag Reduction on an Axisymmetric Body Under an Applied Axial Pressure Gradient -- Trilinear Coordinates in Fluid Mechanics -- An Alternative Approach to Disturbances in Boundary Layers
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Title:Instabilities and Nonequilibrium Structures III
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (374 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-3442-2
Contents:Table of Content -- I. Dynamical Systems and Statistical Mechanics -- Fast Dynamo for Some Anosov Flows -- How Horseshoes Are Created -- Fine Structure of Universal Cantor Sets -- Hamiltonian Chaos in a Laser Damage Model -- Periodic
Modulation of a Logistic Oscillator -- Quantum Spin Chains with Residual Entropy -- Quantum Fluctuations and Linear Response Theory -- Non-Commutative Large Deviations and Applications -- Squeezing in the Su(1,1) Group -- Full Scaling
and Real-Space Renormalization -- Sand Piles, Combinatorial Games and Cellular Automata -- II. Stochastic Effects on Dynamical Systems -- Nonequilibrium Potentials in Spatially Extended Pattern Forming Systems -- Passage Time
Description of Dynamical Processes -- Stochastic Processes Driven by Colored Noise: A Path Integral Point of View -- Effect of Noise on a Hopf Bifurcation -- Some Properties of Quasi Stationary Distributions in the Birth and Death
Chains: A Dynamical Approach -- Photon Noise Reduction in Light Sources -- III. Instabilities in Nonequilibrium Systems -- Spatio-Temporal Properties of Centrifugal Instabilities -- Shape of Stationary and Travelling Cells in The
Printer’s Instability -- Secondary Instability of Cellular Structures in Directional Solidification -- Velocity Field Structure and Semiquantitative Analysis Of Tracer Dispersion in a Taylor-Vortex Flow of Wide Gap -- Lasers as a Test
Bench for Theories of Non-Equilibrium Structures -- Mean Field Theory of Canonical Spinodal Instabilities -- Periodic (Layered) Structures under Constraint -- Transitions Between Patterns of Different Symmetries -- Direct Simulation of
Three-Dimensional Turbulence -- Transition Between Different Symmetries in Convection -- Shallow Surface Waves in a Convecting Fluid -- An Exact Model of Resistive Convection in a Cylindrical Plasma -- Energy Method in the Stability of
Viscoelastic Fluid -- Solitary Waves, Topological Defects and Their Interactions in Systems with Translational and Galilean Invariance -- Dynamics of Nonlinear SchrÖDinger Defects in Three Dimensions -- Dynamics of Spiral Defects in
Two Dimensional Extendedsystems -- Fragmentation -- Qualitative Theory of Defects in Non-Equilibrium Systems
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Title:Selected Works of A. N. Kolmogorov Volume I: Mathematics and Mechanics
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (551 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-011-3030-1
Contents:1. A Fourier-Lebesgue series divergent almost everywhere -- 2. On the order of magnitude of the coefficients of Fourier-Lebesgue series -- 3. A remark on the study of the convergence of Fourier series -- 4. On convergence of Fourier
series (in collaboration with G.A. Seliverstov) -- 5. Axiomatic definition of the integral -- 6. On the limits of generalization of the integral -- 7. On the possibility of a general definition of derivative, integral and summation of
divergent series -- 8. On conjugate harmonic functions and Fourier series -- 9. On the tertium non datur principle -- 10. On convergence of Fourier series (in collaboration with G.A. Seliverstov) -- 11. A Fourier-Lebesgue series
divergent of everywhere -- 12. On convergence of series of orthogonal functions (in collaboration with D.E. Men’shov) -- 13. On operations on sets -- 14. On the Denjoy integration process -- 15. On the topological group-theoretic
foundation of geometry -- 16. Studies on the concept of integral -- 17. On the notion of mean -- 18. On the compactness of sets of functions in the case of convergence in mean -- 19. On the interpretation of intuitionistic logic -- 20.
On the foundation of projective geometry -- 21. On measure theory -- 22. On points of discontinuity offundions of two variables (in collaboration with LYa. Verchenko) -- 23. On normability of a general topological linear space -- 24.
Continuation of the study of points of discontinuity of functions of two variables (in collaboration with LYa. Verchenko) -- 25. On the convergence of series in orthogonal polynomials -- 26. Laplace transformation in linear spaces --
27. On the order of magnitude of the remainder term in the Fourier series of differentiable functions -- 28. On the best approximation of functions of a given class -- 29. On duality in combinatorial topology -- 30. Homology rings of
complexes and locally bicompact spaces -- 31. Finite coverings of topological spaces (in collaboration with P.S. Aleksandrov) -- 32. The Betti groups of locally bicompact spaces -- 33. Properties of the Betti groups of locally
bicompact spaces -- 34. The Betti groups of metric spaces -- 35. Relative cycles. The Alexander duality theorem -- 36. On open mappings -- 37. Skew-symmetric forms and topological invariants -- 38. A study of the diffusion equation
with increase in the amount of substance, and its application to a biological problem (in collaboration with I.G. Petrovskii and N.S. Piskunov) -- 39. A simplified proof of the Birkhoff-Khinchin ergodic theorem -- 40. On inequalities
for suprema of consecutive derivatives of an arbitrary function on an infinite interval -- 41. On rings of continuous functions on topological spaces (in collaboration with I.M. Gel’fand) -- 42. Curves in a Hilbert space invariant with
respect to a one-parameter group of motions -- 43. Wiener spirals and some other interesting curves in a Hilbert space -- 44. Points of local topological character of count ably-multiple open mappings of compacta -- 45. Local structure
of turbulence in an incompressible viscous fluid at very large Reynolds numbers -- 46. On the degeneration of isotropic turbulence in an incompressible viscous fluid -- 47. Dissipation of energy in isotropic turbulence -- 48. Equations
of turbulent motion in an incompressible fluid -- 49. A remark on Chebyshev polynomials least deviating from a given function -- 50. On the breakage of drops in a turbulent flow -- 51. On dynamical systems with an integral invariant on
a torus -- 52. On the preservation of conditionally periodic motions under small variations of the Hamilton function -- 53. The general theory of dynamical systems and classical mechanics -- 54. Some fundamental problems in the
approximate and exact representation of functions of one or several variables -- 55. On the representation of continuous functions of several variables as superpositions of continuous functions of a smaller number of variables -- 56.
On the representation of continuous functions of several variables as superpositions of continuous functions of one variable and addition -- 57. On the linear dimension of topological vector spaces -- 58. A refinement of the concept of
the local structure of turbulence in an incompressible viscous fluid at large Reynolds numbers -- 59. P.S. Aleksandrov and the theory of 8s-operations -- 60. A qualitative study of mathematical models of population dynamics --
Commentary -- List of works by A.N. Kolmogorov
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Title:Solitons and Chaos
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (336 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-84570-3
Contents:I General Questions on Chaos and Integrability -- Integration of Non-Integrable Systems -- Order and Chaos in the Statistical Mechanics of the Integrable Models in 1+1 Dimensions -- Soliton Dynamics and Chaos Transition in a
Microstructured Lattice Model -- What is the Role of Dynamical Chaos in Irreversible Processes? -- A Propositional Lattice for the Logic of Temporal Predictions -- Damping, Quantum Field Theory and Thermodynamics -- Quasi-Monomial
Transformations and Decoupling of Systems of ODE’s -- II Physical Systems with Soliton Ingredients -- Solitons in Optical Fibers: First- and Second-Order Perturbations -- Similarity Solutions of Equations of Nonlinear Optics --
Heisenberg Ferromagnet, Generalized Coherent States and Nonlinear Behaviour -- Integrable Supersymmetric Models and Phase Transitions in One Dimension -- Denaturation of DNA in a Toda Lattice Model -- III Dissipative Systems -- A
Simple Method to Obtain First Integrals of Dynamical Systems -- Transition to Turbulence in 1-D Rayleigh-Bénard Convection -- Modelling of Low-Dimensional, Incompressible, Viscous, Rotating Fluid Flow -- Spatial Coherent Structures in
Dissipative Systems -- Hierarchies of (1+1)-Dimensional Multispeed Discrete Boltzmann Model Equations -- IV Hamiltonian Systems -- Universality of the Long Time Tail in Hamiltonian Dynamics -- Why some Hénon-Heiles Potentials are
Integrable -- Chaotic Pulsations in Variable Stars with Harmonic Mode Coupling -- Canonical Forms for Compatible BiHamiltonian Systems -- V Maps and Cascades -- Transitions from Chaotic to Brownian Motion Behaviour -- Kinetic Theory
for the Standard Map -- Probabilistic Description of Deterministic Chaos: A Local Equilibrium Approach -- State Prediction for Chaotic 1-D-Maps -- Exact and Approximate Reconstruction of Multifractal Coding Measures -- Conservative
Versus Reversible Dynamical Systems -- A Simple Method to Generate Integrable Symplectic Maps -- Integrable Mappings and Soliton Lattices -- VI Direct Methods Applicable to Soliton Systems -- Integrable Higher Nonlinear Schrödinger
Equations -- Nonclassical Symmetry Reductions of a Generalized Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation -- Direct Methods in Soliton Theories -- Trilinear Form — an Extension of Hirota’s Bilinear Form -- On the Use of Bilinear Forms for the
Search of Families of Integrable Nonlinear Evolution Equations -- From Periodic Processes to Solitons and Vice-Versa -- VII Inverse Methods Related to a Linearization Scheme -- The Crum Transformation for a Third Order Scattering
Problem -- Darboux Theorems Connected to Dym Type Equations -- Forced Initial Boundary Value Problems for Burgers Equation -- Creation and Annihilation of Solitons in Nonlinear Integrable Systems -- VIII Nonlinear Excitations in more
than one Space Dimension -- Multidimensional Nonlinear Schrödinger Equations Showing Localized Solutions -- New Soliton Solutions for the Davey-Stewartson Equation -- 2+1 Dimensional Dromions and Hirota’s Bilinear Method -- Skyrmions
Scattering in (2+1) Dimensions -- Index of Contributors
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Title:Oscillations and Waves in Strong Gravitational and Electromagnetic Fields
Author(s): Nail R Sibgatullin
Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (362 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-83527-8
Contents:1. Gravitational Waves in Strong Gravitational Fields -- 1.1 Formalism of Complex Null Tetrads and Petrov Classification of Algebraic Types of the Weyl Tensor -- 1.2 Gravitational Waves and Generalized Solutions of the Equations of
the Electrovacuum -- 1.3 Interaction of Gravitational and Electromagnetic Waves -- 1.4 Conditions on Surfaces with Strong Breaks in Theories of the Gravitational Field -- 2. The Classical Theory of Black Holes -- 2.1 Asymptotically
Flat Gravitational Fields -- 2.2 Basic Elements of the Theory of Lie Groups and Exterior Forms -- 2.3 Stationary Gravitational Fields -- 2.4 Energetics of Black Holes -- 3. Stationary Axially Symmetric Fields in General Relativity --
3.1 Canonical Equations of Massless Fields Admitting Abelian Two-Parameter Groups of Motions -- 3.2 Infinite-Dimensional Algebra and Lie Group of the Equations for the Neutrino Electrovacuum -- 3.3 General Solution of the
Einstein-Maxwell Equations for Ernst Data Regular Locally on the Symmetry Axis -- 3.4 Lie-Bäcklund Groups of Integrable Systems of Mathematical Physics -- 4. Propagation of Waves in the Gravitational Fields of Black Holes -- 4.1
Propagation of Short Waves in the Field of a Charged Black Hole -- 4.2 Asymptotic Theory of Scattering of Wave Packets in the Gravitational Field of a Black Hole -- 4.3 Wave Fields Outside a Collapsing Star -- 5. Relativistic
Hydrodynamics -- 5.1 Relativistic Dynamics of a Point and Gas of Free Particles -- 5.2 Thermodynamic Equilibrium in an Ideal Gas -- 5.3 Relativistic Dynamics and Acoustics of an Ideal Gas -- 5.4 Relativistic Magnetohydrodynamics -- 5.5
Hydrodynamical Flow Resulting from Production of Ultrarelativistic Particles in the Field of a Black Hole -- 5.6 Self-Similar Motions of an Ultrarelativistic Gas with Spherical or Cylindrical Symmetry -- 6. Some Problems of the
Dynamics of Waves in Relativistic Cosmology -- 6.1 Development of Inhomogeneities in Models of the Universe with a Cosmological Magnetic Field -- 6.2 Self-Similar Motions of a Photon Gas in the Friedman-Lemaître Model -- 7. Acoustic
Phenomena in Strong Gravitational and Magnetic Fields -- 7.1 Propagation of Nonlinear Short Acoustic Waves -- 7.2 The Form of the Magnetosphere in a Nonuniform Plasma -- 7.3 Generation of Acoustic Waves by the Rotating Magnetosphere in
the Stellar Wind -- 7.4 The Stability of Uniform Nonlinear Pulsations of Gravitating Gaseous Spheres -- 7.5 Nonlinear Transverse Oscillations at Resonance in a Layer of an Ideally Conducting Fluid in a Magnetic Field -- 7.6 Excitation
of Shock Waves in a Layer of an Ideally Conducting Gas at Resonance in a Magnetic Field -- References
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Title:Mathematical Aspects of Fluid and Plasma Dynamics Proceedings of an International Workshop held in Salice Terme, Italy, 26–30 September 1988
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (228 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0091356
Contents:Modeling intense relativistic electron beams -- On the asymptotic theory of the Boltzmann and Enskog equations a rigorous H-theorem for the Enskog equation -- On some numerical problems in semiconductor device simulation -- Canonical
propagators for nonlinear systems: Theory and sample applications -- Singularity formation for vortex sheets and hyperbolic equations -- Exact exponential type solutions to the discrete Boltzmann models -- Semiconductor modelling via
the Boltzmann equation -- Functional-analytic techniques in the study of time-dependent electron swarms in weakly ionized gases -- Further results in the nonlinear stability of the magnetic Bénard problem -- Particle transport in
nonhomogeneous media -- Some recent results on swirling flows of Newtonian and non-Newtonian fluids -- Evaporation and condensation of a rarefied gas between its two parallel plane condensed phases with different temperatures and
negative temperature-gradient phenomenon — Numerical analysis of the boltzmann equation for hard-sphere molecules — -- Rigorous solution to the extended kinetic equations for homogeneous gas mixtures
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Title:New Trends in Nonlinear Dynamics and Pattern-Forming Phenomena The Geometry of Nonequilibrium
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (3 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-7479-4
Contents:Pattern Formation -- Chemical Waves -- Chemical Waves in Oscillatory Media -- Pattern Dynamics by Interaction of Chemical Waves and Hydrodynamic Flows -- Sustained Non-Equilibrium Patterns in a One-Dimensional Reaction-Diffusion
Chemical System -- Materials Instabilities -- Pattern Selection and Symmetry Competition in Materials Instabilities -- Numerical Simulation of Persistent Slip Band Formation -- Rayleigh-Benard Convection -- Transitions to More Complex
Patterns in Thermal Convection -- Rayleigh-Benard Convection at Finite Rayleigh Number in Large Aspect Ratio Boxes -- Transition Between Different Symmetries in Rayleigh-Benard Convection -- Traveling Waves -- Nonlinear Analysis of
Traveling Waves in Binary Convection -- Temporal Modulation of a Subcritical Bifurcation to Travelling Waves -- Experiments with Travelling Waves in Electrohydrodynamic Convection -- The Degenerate Amplitude Equation Near the
Codimension-2 Point in Binary Fluid Convection -- Travelling Waves in Axisymetric Convection -- About Confined States, Noise-Sustained Structures and Slugs -- Localized Structures Generated by Subcritical Instabilities:
Counterpropagating Waves -- Other Areas of Interest -- From the Chaos to Quasiregular Patterns -- Interfacial Instabilities and Waves in the Presence of a Transverse Electric Current -- Modulated Taylor Vortex Flow -- Recent Results on
the Non-Linear Dynamics of Curved Premixed Flames -- Defects and Spatio-Temporal Complexity -- Patterns and Defects in Liquid Crystals -- Defects and Transition to Disorder in Space-Time Patterns of Non-Linear Waves -- Defect-Mediated
Turbulence in Spatio-Temporal Patterns -- Mean Flows and the Onset of Time-Dependence in Convection -- Experiment on Pattern Evolution in the 2-D Mixing Layer -- A Two Dimensional Model of Pattern Evolution in Mixing Layers -- Some
Statistical Properties of Defects in Complex Ginzburg-Landau Equations -- Vortex Dynamics in a Coupled Map Lattice -- Spatio-Temporal Intermittency -- Spatio Temporal Intermittency in Rayleigh-Benard Convection in an Annulus --
Transition to Turbulence Via Spatiotemporal Intermittency: Modeling and Critical Properties -- Phase Turbulence, Spatiotemporal Intermittency and Coherent Structures -- Properties of Quasi One-Dimensional Rayleigh Benard Convection --
Probabilistic Cellular Automaton Models for a Fluid Experiment -- Space-Time Chaos and Coherent Structures in the Coupled Map Lattices -- Spatially-Developing Non-Equilibrium Systems -- Topological Defects in Vortex Streets Behind
Tapered Circular Cylinders at Low Reynolds Numbers -- Large-Eddy Simulation of a Three-Dimensional Mixing Layer -- The Effect of Nonlinearity and Forcing on Global Modes -- Mathematics of Non Equilibrium -- Mathematical Justification
of Steady Ginzburg-Landau Equation Starting from Navier-Stokes -- Non Linear Spatial Analysis: Application to the Study of Flows Subjected to Thermocapillary Effects -- Discretizations and Jacobian in Functional Integrals -- Homoclinic
Bifurcations in Ordinary and Partial Differential Equations -- Turbulence -- Large-Scale Vortex Instability in Helical Convective Turbulence -- Generation of Large Scale Structures in Three-Dimensional Anisotropie Incompressible Flow
Lacking Parity-Invariance -- A New Universal Scaling for Fully Developed Turbulence: The Distribution of Velocity Increments -- Vortex Dynamics and Singularities in the 3-D Euler Equations -- Growth Phenomena -- Directional Growth in
Viscous Fingering -- New Results in Dendritic Crystal Growth -- Microstructural Transitions During Directional Solidification of a Binary Alloy -- Nonstationary Cell Shapes in Directional Solidification
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Title:Growth and Form Nonlinear Aspects
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (512 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4684-1357-1
Contents:Viscous Fingering -- Singularities in complex interface dynamics -- Saffman Taylor finger problem with thin film effects -- Growth of non-reflection symmetric patterns -- Dendritic Growth -- An experimental assessment of continuum
models of dendritic growth -- Dendritic solidification of rares gases -- Light scattering experiments during the freezing and melting transition -- Sidebranching of xenon dendrites -- Experimental determination of rapid dendrite growth
velocities in largely undercooled metals -- Dendrites growing in the presence of an external flow: The cases of PVA and NH4Br -- Dendritic growth of NH4C1: Nucleation, boundary conditions, periodic and aperiodic morphologies --
Anisotropic ordered phases in Langmuir monolayers -- Directional Solidification of a Binary Mixture -- A numerical analysis of dendritic and cellular growth of a pure material investigating the transition from ‘array’ to ‘isolated’
growth -- Cell shapes and wavelength selection in directional solidification -- Deep cells in directional solidification -- Cellular profiles in directional solidification: is the Saffman-Taylor branch of solutions the physically
relevant one? -- Pattern formation in directional solidification -- Directional growth of a faceted smectic B plastic crystal -- Facetting of weakly anisotropic materials -- Directional growth of lamellar eutectics -- Array disorder,
pattern selection and local dendritic transition in cellular directional solidification -- Flame Propagation -- Sound and flames -- Experimental investigation of acoustic instabilities of premixed flames -- Sound generated by cellular
flames -- Simulation of flame fronts by sources of fluid volume -- Excitable Media -- Vortex interactions in the complex Ginzburg-Landau equation -- Velocity selection in two-dimensional excitable media: From spiral waves to retracting
fingers -- Steadily rotating spirals in excitable media -- Growth and Statistical Physics -- Diffusion controlled growth phenomena: From smooth interfaces to fractal structures -- Competing structures in DLA and viscous fingering --
Experimental evidence for spatio-temporal chaos in diffusion-limited growth phenomena -- Why nature makes fractals -- Crack formation: crossovers between different growth regimes and critical behavior -- Theoretical models for crystal
growth from atom beams -- Scaling and a possible phase transition in models for thin film growth -- Inhomogeneous growth of rough surfaces -- Crossover phenomena in kinetic roughening -- Miscellaneous Subjects -- Three short stories on
chiral structures in condensed matter -- On the growth and form of dislocation patterns -- Rayleigh-Taylor instability of a thin layer -- Stable laws in breath figures on a one-dimensional substrate -- Ordering process in the
diffusively coupled logistic lattice -- Fractional statistic and planar brownian winding -- Crystallization and convection in cooling magma chambers -- Nonlinear systems far from equilibrium and missing route to “Living State” --
Participants
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Title:The Global Geometry of Turbulence Impact of Nonlinear Dynamics
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (372 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4615-3750-2
Contents:Shear Flows: Experimental Observations -- The Mixing Transition in Free Shear Flows. (Invited) -- Vortex Shedding from Spheres at Subcritical Reynolds Number in Homogeneous and Stratified Fluid -- Nature of the Görtler Instability: A
Forced Experiment -- Dynamics of Large Scale Structures in Turbulent Two Dimensional Wakes -- Vortex Splitting and Shedding Cell Interactions in Wakes Behind Linearly Tapered Cylinders at Low Reynolds Numbers -- Shear Flows: Control
Experiments -- Control of Turbulent Shear Flows Via Stationary Boundary Conditions -- The Effects of External Excitation on the Reynolds-Averaged Quantities in a Turbulent Wall Jet -- Control of Organised Structures in Round Jets at
High Reynolds Numbers -- Three Dimensional Structure of the Vorticity Field in the Near Region of Laminar, Co- Flowing Forced Jets -- Modelling and Control of Kármán Vortex Streets -- Shear Flows: Numerical Experiments -- Advances and
Some Novel Experiments Using Direct Numerical Simulations of Turbulence (Invited) -- Bubble Formation in Dense Fluidised Beds -- Three Dimensional Numerical Simulations of Coherent Structures in Free-Shear Flows -- Large-Eddy
Simulation of Turbulent Scalar:The Influence of Intermittency -- Thermal Convection at High Rayleigh Numbers in Two Dimensional Sheared Layers -- Closed Flows: Experiments -- Effect of Noise on Bifurcations and Patterns in Dissipative
Systems -- Hexagonal Convective Cells -- Theoretical Models: The N-S and Related Equations -- Vortex Dynamics and Turbulence. (Invited) -- Control of Turbulent Boundary Layer and Dynamical Systems Theory: An Update -- Kolmogorov
Spectra and Intermittency in Turbulence -- An Appraisal of the Ruelle-Takens Route to Turbulence -- Shear Type Instabilities in the Benard Problem -- Interpretation of Invariants of the Betchov-da Rios Equations and of the Euler
Equations -- Stretching of Vortex Tubes -- Theoretical Models: Amplitude and Model Equations -- Bifurcations and Subcritical Instabilities. (Invited) -- Transition to Chaos in Nonlinear Oscillators -- Turbulent Coupled Map Lattices --
Weak and Strong Turbulence in a Class of Complex Ginzburg Landau Equations -- Pattern Formation, External Fields and Fluctuations -- Panel Discussions -- Direct Numerical Simulation or Experiments? -- What are Turbulent Puffs? -- Is
This the Theory for These Experiments? -- Organising Committee -- Lecturers -- Participants
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Title:New Perspectives in Turbulence
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Date:1991
Size:1 online resource (367 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-3156-1
Contents:1 Stochastic Modeling of Isotropic Turbulence -- 2 Rapid Distortion Theory as a Means of Exploring the Structure of Turbulence -- 3 Order and Disorder in Turbulent Flows -- 4 The Turbulent Fluid as a Dynamical System -- 5 Empirical
Eigenfunctions and Low Dimensional Systems -- 6 Spatiotemporal Chaos in Interfacial Waves -- 7 The Complementary Roles of Experiments and Simulation in Coherent Structure Studies -- 8 Remarks on the Navier-Stokes Equations -- 9 Scaling
and Structures in the Hard Turbulence Region of Rayleigh-Bénard Convection -- 10 Probabilistic Multifractals and Negative Dimensions -- 11 On Turbulence in Compressible Fluids -- 12 Statistical Aspects of Vortex Dynamics in Turbulence
-- 13 The Lagrangian Picture of Fluid Motion and its Implication for Flow Structures -- 14 Dynamical Chaos: Problems in Turbulence
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Title:Whither Turbulence? Turbulence at the Crossroads Proceedings of a Workshop Held at Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, March 22–24, 1989
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Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (537 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-52535-1
Contents:Opening remarks -- Achilles and the tortoise (and the Hare) discuss CFD and turbulent flow -- The utility and drawbacks of traditional approaches -- The utility and drawbacks of traditional approaches Comment 1 -- The utility and
drawbacks of traditional approaches Comment 2 -- The utility and drawbacks of traditional approaches Comment 3 -- Discussion of “utility and drawbacks of traditional approaches” -- Future directions in turbulence research and the role
of organized motion -- Whither coherent structures? Comment 1 -- The role of coherent structures — Comment no. 2 -- The role of coherent structures Comment 3 -- Discussion of “The Role of Coherent Structures” -- Can dynamical systems
approach turbulence? -- Fixed points of turbulent dynamical systems and suppression of nonlinearity Comment 1 -- Chaotic fluid dynamics and turbulent flow Comment 2 -- The utility of dynamical systems approaches Comment 3 -- Discussion
on the utility of dynamical systems approach -- On Moffatt's paradox or can empirical projections approach turbulence? -- The potential and limitations of direct and large eddy simulations -- On large eddy simulation using subgrid
turbulence models Comment 1 -- The potential and limitations of direct and large-eddy simulations Comment 2 -- The potential and limitations of direct and large-eddy simulations Comment 3 -- Discussion of “the potential and limitations
of direct and large Eddy simulations -- What can we hope for from cellular automata? -- Prospects for a lattice gas computer -- Cellular automata and massively parallel physics Comment 2 -- A new strategy for hydrodynamics — lattice
gases Comment 3 -- Discussion of “What can we hope for from cellular automata” -- Phenomenological modelling : Present .... and future? -- Phenomenological modeling: Present and future Comment 1 -- Turbulence modeling: Present and
future Comment 2 -- Simplex discussion regarding “modeling: Present and future” with emphasis upon high speeds Comment 3 -- Discussion on “phenomenological modeling: Present and future”
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Title:Twelfth International Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics Proceedings of the Conference Held at the University of Oxford, England on 9–13 July 1990
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Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (562 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-53619-1
Contents:Turbulence modelling for the nineties: second moment closure ...... and beyond? -- Simulation of turbulent flows by numerical integration of Navier-Stokes equations -- The solution to the problem of vortex breakdown -- Computation
techniques for the simulation of turbomachinery compressible flows -- Semi-Lagrangian integration schemes and their application to environmental flows -- Computer trends for CFD -- Computation of shock-shock interference around a
cylindrical leading edge at hypersonic speeds -- Chaotic flow over an airfoil -- Modelling shock/turbulent-boundary-layer interaction with a cell-vertex scheme and second-moment closure -- The nonlinear galerkin method for the two and
three dimensional Navier-Stokes equations -- On the large-eddy simulation of compressible isotropic turbulence -- A calculation of the compressible Navier-Stokes equations in generalized coordinates by the spectral method -- Numerical
methods for viscous incompressible flows -- Three-dimensional simulation of vortex breakdown -- Accurate finite-difference methods for solving Navier-Stokes problems using Green's identities -- Influence of longitudinal vortices on the
structure of the three dimensional wake of a partially enclosed body -- The ISNaS compressible Navier-Stokes solver First results for single airfoils -- Leading edge effects on boundary layer receptivity -- The viscous-inviscid
coupling via a self-adaptive domain decomposition technique -- Efficient computation of wing body flows -- Staggered and non-staggered finite-volume methods for nonsteady viscous flows: A comparative study -- Direct numerical modelling
of turbulence: Coherent structures and transition to chaos -- Conforming Chebyshev spectral collocation methods for the solution of the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations in complex geometries -- Direct simulation of transition and
turbulent boundary layer -- Numerical simulation of transition to turbulence using higher order method of lines -- A new fully-coupled method for the solution of Navier-Stokes equations -- A multigrid scheme with semicoarsening for
accurate computations of viscous flows -- Numerical simulation of spatially-evolving instability in three-dimensional plane channel flow -- Secondary instability and transition in compressible boundary layers -- Three-dimensional
internal wave breaking at a critical level -- Numerical simulation of transitional bluff-body near-wake shear flows -- On the stability of the infinite swept attachment line boundary layer -- Large eddy simulation of turbulent flow in
a duct of square cross section -- Direct numerical simulation of turbulent flow in an open channel -- Direct numerical simulation of a complicated transition-breakdown of a circular pipe flow through axisymmetric sudden expansions --
Numerical simulation of unsteady incompressible viscous flows by improved GSMAC-FEM -- Investigation of 2-D and 3-D instability of the driven cavity flow -- Numerical simulation of three-dimensional unsteady incompressible viscous flow
for separated configurations -- Flow over arbitrary axisymmetric multi-body configurations, using direct Navier-Stokes simulations -- Construction high order monotonous difference schemes on nonregular gride -- High-order time
integration scheme and preconditioned residual method for solution of incompressible flow in complex geometries by the pseudospectral element method -- Turbulent flow calculations using unstructured and adaptive meshes -- Parallel
preconditioned iterative methods for the compressible Navier-Stokes equations -- A multidimensional cell-centered upwind algorithm based on a diagonalization of the Euler equations -- Cell vertex multigrid methods for the compressible
Navier-Stokes equations -- A numerical study of third-order nonoscillatory schemes for the Euler equations -- A high-order compact numerical algorithm for supersonic flows -- A study of spurious asymptotic numerical solutions of
nonlinear differential equations by the nonlinear dynamics approach -- Simulation of unsteady flows -- Recent progress in multidimensional upwinding -- Nonlinear Galerkin method with finite element approximation -- Three-dimensional
highly accurate MmB schemes for viscous, compressible flow problems -- A comparison of the effects of grid distortion on finite-volume methods for solving the edler equations -- Vorticity errors in multidimensional Lagrangian codes --
Three dimensional large eddy simulations with realistic boundary conditions performed on a connection machine -- A 3D Navier-Stokes solver on distributed memory multiprocessor -- Parallel extrapolation methods for computational fluid
dynamics -- Variable coefficient implicit residual smoothing -- Reactive-flow computations on a connection machine -- Navier-Stokes solvers using lower-upper symmetric Gauss-Seidel algorithm -- An extension of essentially
non-oscillatory shock-capturing schemes to multi-dimensional systems of conservation laws -- On a modified ENO scheme and its application to conservation laws with stiff source terms -- Convenient entropy-satisfying T.V.D. schemes with
applications -- Second order defect-correction multigrid formulation of the polynomial flux-difference splitting method for steady Euler equations -- Projection shock capturing algorithms -- Multigrid technique applied to the Euler
equations on a multi block mesh -- Treatment of inert and reactive flows by A T.V.D. formulation in 2D space in unstructured geometry -- Unstructured upwind approach for complex flow computations -- Generalized finite volume (GFV)
schemes on unstructured meshes: Cell averages, point values, and finite elements -- Generalized finite volume (GFV) schemes on unstructured meshes: Cell averages, point values, and finite elements -- Solution of steady-state
conservation laws by l 1 Minimization -- Flux balance splitting — A new approach for a cell vertex upwind scheme -- Multidimensional upwind schemes using fluctuation splitting and different wave models for the Euler equations --
Interactions of a viscous fluid with an elastic solid: Eigenmode analysis -- Parallel solution procedures for transonic flow computations -- Compressibility scaling method for multidimensional arbitrary Mach number Navier-Stokes
calculations of reactive flows -- Simple, efficient parallel computing with asynchronous implicit CFD algorithms on multiple grid domain decompositions -- Validation of an upwind Euler solver -- Finite element analysis of airfoil
immersed in a sinusoidal gust -- Flame capturing -- Numerical resolution of the burgers equation using the wavelet transform -- Application of boundary element method to a shallow water mode -- Stabilization of the Navier-Stokes
solutions via control techniques -- Approximation of the Stokes problem with a coupled spectral and finite element method -- Streamwise upwind algorithm development for the Navier-Stokes equations -- A domain of dependence upwind
scheme for the edler equations -- Numerical approximation by Godunov-type schemes of shocks and other waves -- A multiblock multigrid three-dimensional Euler equation solver -- ENO schemes for viscous high speed flows -- Design of
airfoils in transonic flows -- Split coefficient matrix (scm) method with floating shock fitting for transonic airfoils -- Supersonic viscous flow calculations for axisymmetric configurations -- Visualization method for computational
fluid dynamics with emphasis on the comparison with experiments -- Navier-Stokes calculations of hypersonic flow configurations with large separation by an implicit non-centered method -- An upwind formulation for the numerical
prediction of non-equilibrium hypersonic flows -- Navier-Stokes results for the hypersonic blunt body problem with equilibrium air properties and with shock fitting -- A polynomial flux vector splitting applied to viscous hypersonic
flow computation -- Simulations of inviscid equilibrium and nonequilibrium hypersonic flows -- Numerical solutions of the Boltzmann equation for hypersonic flows -- A high resolution cell vertex TVD scheme for the solution of the two
and three dimensional Euler equations -- Computation of hypersonic flows around blunt bodies and wings -- Hypersonic flows about waveriders with sharp leading edges -- Upwind relaxation method for hypersonic flow simulation -- PNS
solution using sparse Quasi-Newton method for fast convergence -- Numerical simulation of non-equilibrium hypersonic flow using the second-order boundary layer equations -- Chemical equilibrium and non-equilibrium inviscid flow
computations using a centered scheme -- Numerical simulations of separated flows around bluff bodies and wings by a discrete vortex method combined with panel method -- Numerical studies of transverse curvature effects on compressible
flow stability -- Conservative schemes for supersonic flows with internal shocks -- The flow computation of a liquid rocket engine combustor of complex geometry -- Computation of the transition to turbulence and flame propagation in a
piston engine -- Coupled Navier-Stokes Maxwell solutions for microwave propulsion -- Comparison of several numerical methods for computation of transonic flows through a 2D cascade -- Numerical simulation of unsteady turbulent flow
through transonic and supersonic cascades -- A comparative study of the low Mach number and Navier-Stokes equations with time-dependent chemical reactions -- An accurate and fast 3-D Euler-solver for turbomachinery flow calculation --
Computation of the flow in elliptical ducts -- A fully implicit method for solving the 3-dimensional Quasi-Equilibrium equations on the sphere -- The existence aspects of Dupuit and Boussinesq filtration models using finite element
method -- An accurate hyperbolic system for approximately hydrostatic and incompressible oceanographic flows -- Vortex simulation of particulate plume dispersal and settling -- A 3D numerical diagnostic simulation for the general
circulation in the
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Title:Relaxation in Complex Systems and Related Topics
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Date:1990
Size:1 online resource (338 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4899-2136-9
Contents:Relaxation and Dynamics in Magnetic Systems -- Experiments on Spin Glass Dynamics -- Attempt at a Comprehensive Description of the Slow Spin Glass Dynamics -- Spin-Glass Dynamics in the Two-Dimensional Ising System Rb2Cu1?xCoxF4 --
Cluster Model for Non-Equilibrium Relaxation in Spin Glasses -- Some Aspects of the Dynamics of Random Anisotropy Systems -- Static and Dynamic Properties of Fine Magnetic Particles -- Kinetic Aspects of Magnetic Relaxation in
Amorphous Ferromagnetic Alloys -- Dynamic Crossover in Dipolar Ferromagnets -- Magnetic Excitations in the Disordered System Mg1?xCoxCl2 -- Dynamic Properties of Critical and Paramagnetic Spin Fluctuations in Simple Magnets:
Confrontation of Experimental and Theoretical Findings -- Relaxation and Dynamics in Superconductors -- Thermally Activated Flux Motion in High-Tc-Superconductors -- Flux Motion in Bi2Sr2Ca1Cu2O8+x Single Crystals -- Relaxation of the
Vortex Lattice in Type II Superconductors -- Investigation of the Relaxation Behaviour in High Tc Superconductors -- Relaxation Experiments in Short Coherence Length Superconductors -- Quasi-Equilibrium Dynamics and Non-Debye
Relaxation in High Tc Granular Superconductors -- Relaxation and Dynamics in Granular Superconductors and Superconducting Arrays -- Numerical Simulation of the Magnetic Relaxation in Superconducting Systems -- Noise Measurements in
dc-SQUIDs Based on Nb-Nbox-PbAuIn Josephson Junctions -- The Resistive Transition of Inhomogeneous Superconductors: Effects of “Mild” Granularity, Dimensionality, Gaussian Fluctuations and Critical Behaviour -- Relaxation and Dynamics
in Molecular and Biological Systems -- Comparison of Spin Glass Relaxation and Energy Transport at Dynamic Percolation -- Stretched-Exponential Relaxation of Electric Birefringence in Critical Systems and Colloidal Solutions -- The
Glass Transition of Hard Spherical Colloids -- Structural Relaxation and Dynamics of Water in Disordered MX-RH2O Systems -- Glassy Dynamics and Relaxation in Proteins -- Models for Relaxation in Glasses and Protein Channels --
Information Classification Acquired by Organization of Neuronic Connections -- Long-Term Behavior of Neural Networks -- Information Storage and Relaxation in Biological Systems -- Relaxation and Dynamics in Other Complex Systems --
Dynamical Properties of Hierarchical Polymeric Cluster Solutions -- Critical Scaling in Glassy Glasses -- Flow in Granular Materials: Self-Organized Non-Critical Behavior -- Non-Exponential Thermal Relaxation and Low-Energy Excitations
in CDW Compounds -- Non-Debye-Like Dielectric Relaxation in Ionically and Electronically Conducting Glasses -- Anelastic Relaxation due to Interacting Point Defects -- Complexity and Chaos in Thermal Convection -- About the Fractal
Relationship Between Kohlrausch-Williams-Watts Decay, Cole-Cole and Davidson-Cole Relaxations -- Polarization Decay in Glass-Forming and Ferroelectric Perovskites -- General Theoretical Aspects of Relaxation in Complex Systems --
Localization as a Mechanism for the Transition to Anomalous Relaxation -- Complexity of Hierarchical Relaxation -- Probability Density of Random Walks on Random Fractals: Stretched Gaussians and Multifractal Features -- The Symmetric
and Fully Distributed Solution to a Generalized Dining Philosophers Problem: An Analogue of the Coupling Theory of Relaxations in Complex Correlated Systems -- Onsager-Machlup Functions for Ising Networks -- Simple Models for Complex
Relaxation -- to the Lattice Boltzmann Equation for Fluid Dynamics -- Author Index
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Keywords: Physics , Atoms , Condensed matter , Solid state physics , Crystallography , Spectroscopy , Microscopy , Physics , Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics , Solid State Physics , Spectroscopy and Microscopy , Condensed Matter Physics , Crystallography , Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics
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Title:Homogenisation: Averaging Processes in Periodic Media Mathematical Problems in the Mechanics of Composite Materials
Author(s): N Bakhvalov
Date:1989
Size:1 online resource (366 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-2247-1
Contents:1. Formulation of Elementary Boundary Value Problems -- §1. The Concept of the Classical Formulation of a Boundary Value Problem for Equations with Discontinuous Coefficients -- §2. The Concept of Generalized Solution -- §3.
Generalized Formulations of Problems for the Basic Equations of Mathematical Physics -- 2. The Concept of Asymptotic Expansion. A Model Example to Illustrate the Averaging Method -- §1. Asymptotic expansion. A Formal Asymptotic
Solution -- §2. Asymptotic Expansion of a Solution of the Equation u = 1 + ?u3 -- §3. Asymptotic Expansion of a Solution of the Equation (K(x/?)u?)?= f(x) by the Averaging Method -- §4. Generalization of the Averaging Method in the
Case of a Piecewise Smooth Coefficient -- §5. Averaging the System of Differential Equations -- 3. Averaging Processes in Layered Media -- §1. Problem of Small Longitudinal Vibrations of a Rod -- §2. Nonstationary Problem of Heat
Conduction -- §3. Averaging Maxwell Equations -- §4. Averaging Equations of a Viscoelastic Medium -- §5. Media with Slowly Changing Geometric Characteristics -- §6. Heat Transfer Through a System of Screens -- §7. Averaging a Nonlinear
Problem of the Elasticity Theory in an Inhomogeneous Rod -- §8. The System of Equations of Elasticity Theory in a Layered Medium -- §9. Considerations Permitting Reduction of Calculations in Constructing Averaged Equations -- §10.
Nonstationary Nonlinear Problems -- §11. Averaging Equations with Rapidly Oscillating Nonperiodic Coefficients -- §12. Problems of Plasticity and Dynamics of Viscous Fluid as Described by Functions Depending on Fast Variables -- 4.
Averaging Basic Equations of Mathematical Physics -- §1. Averaging Stationary Thermal Fields in a Composite -- §2. Asymptotic Expansion of Solution of the Stationary Heat Conduction Problem -- §3. Stationary Thermal Field in a Porous
Medium -- §4. Averaging a Stationary System of Equations of Elasticity Theory in Composite and Porous Materials -- §5. Nonstationary Systems of Equations of Elasticity and Diffusion Theory -- §6. Averaging Nonstationary Nonlinear
System of Equations of Elasticity Theory -- §7. Averaging Stokes and Navier-Stokes Equations. The Derivation of the Percolation Law for a Porous Medium (Darcy’s Law) -- §8. Averaging in case of Short-Wave Propagation -- §9. Averaging
the Transition Equation for a Periodic Medium -- §10. Eigenvalue Problems -- 5. General Formal Averaging Procedure -- §1. Averaging Nonlinear Equations -- §2. Averaged Equations of Infinite Order for a Linear Periodic Medium and for
the Equation of Moment Theory -- §3. A Method of Describing Multi-Dimensional Periodic Media that does not Involve Separating Fast and Slow Variables -- 6. Properties of Effective Coefficients. Relationship Among Local and Averaged
Characteristics of a Solution -- §1. Maintaining the Properties of Convexity and Symmetry of the Minimized Functional in Averaging -- §2. On the Principle of Equivalent Homogeneity -- §3. The Symmetry Properties of Effective
Coefficients and Reduction of Periodic Problems to Boundary Value Problems -- §4. Agreement Between Theoretically Predicted Values of Effective Coefficients and Those Determined by an Ideal Experiment -- 7. Composite Materials
Containing High-Modulus Reinforcement -- §1. The Stationary Field in a Layered Material -- §2. Composite Materials with Grains for Reinforcement -- §3. Dissipation of Waves in Layered Media -- §4. High-Modulus 3D Composite Materials --
§5. The Splitting Principle for the Averaged Operator for 3D High-Modulus Composites -- 8. Averaging of Processes in Skeletal Structures -- §1. An Example of Averaging a Problem on the Simplest Framework -- §2. A Geometric Model of a
Framework -- §3. The Splitting Principle for the Averaged Operator for a Periodic Framework -- §4. The Splitting Principle for the Averaged Operator for Trusses and Thin-walled Structures -- §5. On Refining the Splitting Principle for
the Averaged Operator -- §6 Asymptotic Expansion of a Solution of a Linear Equation in Partial Derivatives for a Rectangular Framework -- §7 Skeletal Structures with Random Properties -- 9. Mathematics of Boundary-Layer Theory in
Composite Materials -- §1. Problem on the Contact of Two Layered Media -- §2. The Boundary Layer for an Elliptic Equation Defined on a Half-Plane -- §3. The Boundary Layer Near the Interface of Two Periodic Structures -- §4. Problem on
the Contact of Two Media Divided by a Thin Interlayer -- §5. The Boundary Layer for the Nonstationary System of Equations of Elasticity Theory -- §6. On the Ultimate Strength of a Composite -- §7. Boundary Conditions of Other Types --
§8. On the Averaging of Fields in Layer Media with Layers of Composite Materials -- §9. The Time Boundary Layer for the Cauchy Parabolic Problem -- Supplement: Existence and Uniqueness Theorems for the Problem on a Cell
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Title:11th International Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics
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Date:1989
Size:1 online resource (624 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-51048-6
Contents:Computational fluid dynamics — A personal view -- Computational models in plasma dynamics -- Parallel computers and parallel computing in scientific simulations -- CFD for hypersonic airbreathing aircraft -- Multigrid for the
steady-state incompressible Navier-Stokes equations: A survey -- A survey of upwind differencing techniques -- Dynamical systems, turbulence and the numerical solution of the Navier-Stokes equations -- A comparative study of TV stable
schemes for shock interacting flows -- A flow-field solver using overlying and embedded meshes together with a novel compact Euler algorithm -- Multidimensional adaptive Euler solver -- Internal swirling flow predictions using a
multi-sweep scheme -- A pressure gradient field spectral collocation evaluation for 3-D numerical experiments in incompressible fluid dynamics -- Numerical study of the 3D separating flow about obstacles with sharp corners -- Finite
volume TVD Runge Kutta scheme for Navier Stokes computations -- Godunov methods and adaptive algorithms for unsteady fluid dynamics -- Application of a second-order projection method to the study of shear layers -- A GRP-scheme for
reactive duct flows in external fields -- Numerical solution of the navier-stokes equations using orthogonal boundary-fitted coordinates -- Solution of the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations using artificial compressibility methods
-- Adaptive finite element methods for three dimensional compressible viscous flow simulation in aerospace engineering -- Multigrid solvers for steady Navier-Stokes equations in a driven cavity -- Computation of hypersonic vortex flows
with an Euler model -- A high resolution finite volume scheme for steady external transonic flow -- Development of a highly efficient and accurate 3D Euler flow solver -- Computation of rarefied hypersonic flows -- Gasdynamical
simulation of meteor phenomena -- A coin variant of the Euler equations -- An implicit time-marching method for solving the 3-D compressible Navier-Stokes equations -- Low-storage implicit upwind-FEM schemes for the Euler equations --
An efficient nested iterative method for solving the aerodynamic equations -- A multigrid method for steady Euler equations based on polynomial flux-difference splitting -- Computation of viscous unsteady compressible flow about
airfoils -- Parallel multilevel adaptive methods -- Adaptive grid solution for shock-vortex interaction -- Computer simulation of some types of flows arising at interactions between a supersonic flow and a boundary layer -- An implicit
flux-vector splitting finite-element technique for an improved solution of compressible Euler equations on distorted grids -- Vortex methods for slightly viscous three dimensional flow -- Second order scheme in bidimensional space for
compressible gas with arbitrary mesh -- Accurate simulation of vortical flows -- Accuracy of node-based solutions on irregular meshes -- Solutions of the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations using an upwind -differenced TVD scheme --
Three-dimensional numerical simulation of compressible, spatially evolving shear flows -- A velocity/vorticity method for viscous incompressible flow calculations -- Pulsatile flows through curved pipes -- Spurious oscillation of
finite difference solutions near shock waves and a new formulation of “TVD” scheme -- Numerical study of steady flow past a rotating circular cylinder -- Numerical simulation of the flow about a wing with leading-edge vortex flow --
Multigrid calculations for cascades -- Unsteady and turbulent flow using adaptation methods -- RNS solutions for three-dimensional steady incompressible flows -- Numerical study of unsteady viscous hypersonic blunt body flows with an
impinging shock -- Upwind schemes, multigrid and defect correction for the steady Navier-Stokes equations -- A pseudospectral matrix element method for solution of three-dimensional incompressible flows and its implementation on a
parallel computer -- Numerical resolution of the three-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations in velocity-vorticity formulation -- Calculation of shocked flows by mathematical programming -- Universal limiter for high order explicit
conservative advection schemes -- A comparison of numerical schemes on triangular and quadrilateral meshes -- The finite volume-element method (FVE) for planar cavity flow -- Adaptive remeshing for transient problems with moving bodies
-- Axisymmetric vortex breakdown in an enclosed cylinder flow -- Numerical analysis of a multigrid method for spectral approximations -- Asymmetric separated flows about sharp cones in a supersonic stream -- A flux split algorithm for
unsteady incompressible flow -- Inverse method for the determination of transonic blade profiles of turbomachineries -- Large eddy simulation of the turbulent flow in a curved channel -- Interaction of an oblique shock wave with
supersonic turbulent blunt body flows -- Shock recovery and the cell vertex scheme for the steady Euler equations -- A new multigrid approach to convection problems -- A finite-element method on prismatic elements for the
three-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations -- Vortices around cylinder in confined flows -- Coupling physical processes in simulations of chemically reactive flows -- Explicit evaluation of discontinuities in 2-D unsteady flows solved
by the method of characteristics -- Direct method for solution of three-dimensional unsteady incompressible Navier-Stokes equations -- Hypercube algorithms for turbulence simulation -- Adaptive numerical solutions of the Euler
equations in 3D using finite elements -- Parallel heterogeneous mesh refinement for advection-diffusion equations -- Simulation of inviscid hypersonic real gas flows -- Efficient spectral algorithms for solving the incompressible
Navier-stokes equations in unbounded rectangularly decomposable domains -- Computation of the threedimensional wake of a shiplike body 1989 -- Simulation of unsteady flow past sharp shoulders on semi-infinite bodies -- Semi-implicit
finite-difference simulation of laminar hypersonic flow over blunt bodies -- Numerical simulation of unsteady incompressible viscous flows in generalized coordinate systems -- Accuracy of the marching method for parabolized
Navier-Stokes Equations -- Transonic analysis of arbitrary configurations using locally refined grids -- Group explicit methods for solving compressible flow equations on vector and parallel computers -- Interactions of a flexible
structure with a fluid governed by the Navier-Stokes equations -- Navier-Stokes simulation of transonic flow about wings using a block structured approach -- On time discretization of the incompressible flow -- A detailed analysis of
inviscid flux splitting algorithms for real gases with equilibrium or finite-rate chemistry -- Convergence of the spectral viscosity method for nonlinear conservation laws -- Inviscid and viscous flow simulations around the ONERA-M6
wing by TVD schemes -- Shock propagation over a circular cylinder -- Three-dimensional computation of unsteady flows around a square cylinder -- Transonic flow solutions on general 3D regions using composite-block grids -- Steady-state
solving via stokes preconditioning Recursion relations for elliptic operators -- Hybrid conservative characteristic method for flows with internal shocks -- Improving the accuracy of central difference schemes -- Computation of high
reynolds number flows around airfoils by numerical solution of the Navier-Stokes equations -- Diagonal implicit multigrid solution of the three-dimensional Euler equations -- Numerical simulation of taylor vortices in a spherical gap
-- Numerical calculation of hypersonic flow by the spectral method -- 1.D transient crystal growth in closed ampoules: an application of the P.I.S.O. algorithm to low mach number compressible flows -- Nonisentropic potential
calculation for 2-D and 3-D transonic flow
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Title:Groundwater Flow and Quality Modelling
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Date:1988
Size:1 online resource (843 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-94-009-2889-3
Contents:I. Principles, Basic Equations and Analytical Solutions -- Review of stochastic theory of transport in groundwater flow -- On the identification of the parameters of groundwater mass transport -- Heat and mass transfer in unsaturated
porous media with application to thermal energy storage -- Basin-scale transport of dissolved species in groundwater -- Variable density fluid flow in the brackish transition zone between fresh and saline groundwater -- Stationary
principles for flow and transport in aquifers -- II. Modelling Flow and Transport in Porous-Like Media -- An overwiew of groundwater modelling -- Incorporating assurance into groundwater quality management models -- The eigenvalues
approach for solving linear groundwater flow problems -- New method for diffusive transport -- Comparison of fast equation solvers for groundwater flow problems -- Modelling flow and transport through porous media in vector computers
-- Eulerian-Lagrangian method for solving transport in aquifers -- Hydrodynamic dispersion in model porous media -- The random walk method in pollutant transport simulation -- Modeling of solute transport with the random walk method --
III. Modelling Flow and Transport in Fractured Media -- Modelling of flow through fractured rocks: geostatistical generation of fractures networks. Stress-flow relationship in fractures -- Combined seismic and hydraulic method of
modeling flow in fractured low permeability rocks -- Stochastic continuum representation of fractured rock permeability as an alternative to the REV and fracture network concepts -- Flow in three-dimensional fracture networks using a
discrete approach -- MINC: an approach for analyzing transport in strongly heterogeneous systems -- A stochastic particle transport model based on directional statistics of flow through fracture networks -- IV. Consideration of
Fluid-Solid Phase Interactions and Heterogeneities in Modelling -- Advances in modelling water-rock interaction in aquifers -- Parameters for modelling the transport of cadmium as influenced by the chemical properties of groundwater
and aquifer material -- Micro-scale modelling in the study of plume evolution in heterogeneous media -- Modelling the increasing dispersivity with FE transport models using the multilayer concept -- Random-walk method to simulate
pollutant transport in alluvial aquifers or fractured rocks -- V. Multiphase Flow and Transport Modelling -- Advances in modeling of water in the unsaturated zone -- FLuid-mechanical aspects of the migration of chemicals in fractured
media -- About the numerical analysis of dynamics in multi-component-continua -- VI. Aquifer Parameter Identification by Models -- State-of-the-art of the inverse problem applied to the flow and solute transport equations -- Estimation
of spatial covariance structures with application to hydrological, hydro-chemical and isotopic data from aquifers: state-of-the-art and adjoint state maximum likelihood cross-validation methods -- Bayesian identification of
steady-state (anisotropic) groundwater flow models -- VII. Data Gathering and Utilization of Models -- Present limitations and perspectives on modelling pollution problems in aquifers -- Advances in the assessment of data worth for
engineering decision analysis in groundwater contamination problems -- A comparative analysis of mathematical mass transport codes for groundwater pollution studies -- New approaches and applications in subsurface flow modeling: 3-D
finite element analysis of dewatering for an electro-nuclear plant -- Large scale 3-D groundwater flow modeling in highly heterogeneous geologic medium -- Gathering of data for modelling -- Present status of coastal aquifer modelling:
short review -- Conclusions -- Transport modeling -- Solution methods in groundwater flow and transport -- Transport processes in groundwater: chemical and biological aspects -- Application of models -- Author Index -- List of
Participants
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Title:Solitons Introduction and Applications
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Date:1988
Size:1 online resource (367 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-73193-8
Contents:I Introduction -- Inaugural Address — The Dynamics of Dynamics -- “The Wave” “Par Excellence”, the Solitary Progressive Great Wave of Equilibrium of the Fluid: An Early History of the Solitary Wave (With 8 Figures) -- II Mathematical
Theory: IST, Symmetries, Singularity Structure and Integrability -- Topics Associated with Nonlinear Evolution Equations and Inverse Scattering in Multidimensions -- Inverse Problems and a Unified Approach to Integrability in 1, 1+1
and 2+1 Dimensions -- Gauge Unification of Integrable Nonlinear Systems (With 3 Figures) -- Prolongation Structure in One and Two Dimensions -- Integrable Equations in Multi-Dimensions (2+1) are Bi-Hamiltonian Systems -- Painlevé
Analysis and Integrability Aspects of Nonlinear Evolution Equations -- Generalised Burgers Equations and Connection Problems for Euler-Painlevé Transcendents -- Bäcklund Transformations and Soliton Wave Functions -- Comparison of Some
Numerical Schemes for the K-dV Equation -- K-dV Like Equations with Domain Wall Solutions and Their Hamiltonians -- III Lattice Solitons -- Lattice Solitons and Nonlinear Diatomic Models -- Recent Results in Toda Lattice --
Construction of Exact Invariants for One- and Two-Dimensional Classical Systems -- Nonlinear Chains and Kink-Impurity Interactions -- IV Statistical Mechanics and Quantum Aspects -- Quantum Solitons: An Overview -- Soliton Statistical
Mechanics: Statistical Mechanics of the Quantum and Classical Integrable Models -- Exactly Solvable Models in Statistical Mechanics (With 12 Figures) -- V Applications: Physics and Biology -- Solitons and Some Other Special Solutions
in Field Theory -- Solitary Waves of the “2-Dimensional Ferromagnet” -- Soliton Propagation in Optical Fibres (With 2 Figures) -- Davydov’s Soliton -- Generalized Nonlinear Schrödinger Equations in Quantum Fluid Dynamics -- Index of
Contributors
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Title:Wave Motion: Theory, Modelling, and Computation Proceedings of a Conference in Honor of the 60th Birthday of Peter D. Lax
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Date:1987
Size:1 online resource (336 p.)
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Contents:Lattice Vortex Models and Turbulence Theory -- The Curve Shortening Flow -- Lax’s Construction of Parametrices of Fundamental Solutions of Strongly Hyperbolic Operators, Its Prehistory and Posthistory -- The Bukiet-Jones Theory of
Weak Detonation Waves in Curvilinear Geometry -- Three-Dimensional Fluid Dynamics in a Two-Dimensional Amount of Central Memory -- On the Nonlinearity of Modern Shock-Capturing Schemes -- High Frequency Semilinear Oscillations -- Exact
Controllability and Singular Perturbations -- Transonic Flow and Compensated Compactness -- Scattering Theory for the Wave Equation on a Hyperbolic Manifold -- Determinants of Laplacians on Surfaces -- The Small Dispersion Limit of the
Korteweg-de Vries Equation
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Title:Topics in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics: Atmospheric Dynamics, Dynamo Theory, and Climate Dynamics
Author(s): M Ghil
Date:1987
Size:1 online resource (512 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-1052-8
Contents:I. Fundamentals -- 1. Effects of Rotation -- 2. Effects of Shallowness -- 3. The Quase-Geostrophic Approximation -- II. Large-Scale Atmospheric Dynamics -- 4. Effects of Stratification Baroclinic Instability -- 5. Changing Flow
Patterns and Successive Bifurcations -- 6. Persistent Anomalies, Blocking and Predictability -- III. Dynamo Theory -- 7. Models of Geomagnetism: A Survey -- 8. Kinematic Dynamo Theory -- 9. The Hydrodynamic Basis of Geomagnetism -- IV.
Theoretical Climate Dynamics -- 10. Radiation Balance and Equilibrium Models -- 11. Glaciation Cycles: Phenomenology and Slow Processes -- 12. Climatic Oscillators -- References
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Title:Trends in Applications of Pure Mathematics to Mechanics Proceedings of the Sixth Symposium on Trends in Applications of Pure Mathematics to Mechanics Held at the Physikzentrum of the German Physical Society Bad Honnef, October 21–25, 1985
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Date:1986
Size:1 online resource (527 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0016378
Contents:Eigenmodes of classical fluids in thermal equilibrium -- Study of the inverse problem in random media using coherence theory -- Half-space problems in the kinetic theory of gases -- Virial coefficients from extended thermodynamics --
On the transient behaviour of structured solids -- On spectral analysis of non-selfadjoint operators in mechanics -- On the photoelastic effect in a hemitropic dissipative dielectric -- Space-time complexity in solid-state and
statistical physics models -- The topology of semidefects and solitons -- Solitons and statistical thermodynamics -- Transient motion of a solitary wave in elastic ferroelectrics -- Driven kinks in shape-memory alloys -- The long-time
behaviour for perturbed wave-equations and related problems -- Solitons and domain structure in elastic crystals with a microstructure -- Phase diagram of one-dimensional electron-phonon and relativistic field theory models:
Renormalization-group studies -- The crooked road to effective stress -- Gauge theories in mechanics -- On the role of noether's theorem in the gauge theory of crystal defects -- On gauge theory in defect mechanics -- Recent progresses
in the couette-taylor problem -- On propagation of the transition layers in solutions to nonlinear partial differential equations -- Constitutive models of polymer fluids: Towards a unified approach -- Application of homogenization to
the study of a suspension of force-free particles -- On the Ericksen's conjecture -- Linear thermodynamics and non-linear phenomena in fluids -- Some remarks on the limit of viscoelastic fluids as the relaxation time tends to zero --
Hydrodynamics of rigid magnetic suspensions -- Non-Newtonian fluids of second grade - rheology, thermodynamics and extended thermodynamics -- Molecular mechanisms of non-linear rubber elasticity -- Some mathematical problems arising in
modern developments in non-Newtonian fluid mechanics -- Shear flows of non-linear visco-elastic fluids -- Hyperbolic phenomena in the flow of viscoelastic liquids -- Rheology of shape memory alloys -- A unilateral model to the
evaluation of the collapse load of masonry solids. -- On the korn type inequality and problem of justification of refined theories for elastic plates -- Stress functions and stress-function spaces for 3-dimensional elastostatics and
dynamics -- Dislocation dynamics in anisotropic thermoelastic-piezoelectric crystals -- Some results of a boundary-layer theory for curved phase interfaces -- Spectrum and periodicity for 0,1-functions -- Criticality in nonlinear
elliptic eigenvalue problems
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Title:Theoretical Approaches to Turbulence
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Date:1985
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Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-1092-4
Contents:I. Turbulence Sensitivity and Control in Wall Flows -- II. Observations, Theoretical Ideas, and Modeling of Turbulent Flows -- Past, Present, and Future -- III. Large Eddy Simulation: Its Role in Turbulence Research -- IV. An
Introduction and Overview of Various Theoretical Approaches to Turbulence -- V. Decimated Amplitude Equations in Turbulence Dynamics -- VI. Flat-Eddy Model for Coherent Structures in Boundary Layer Turbulence -- VII. Progress and
Prospects in Phenomenological Turbulence Models -- VIII. Renormalisation Group Methods Applied to the Numerical Simulation of Fluid Turbulence -- IX. Statistical Methods in Turbulence -- X. The Structure of Homogeneous Turbulence --
XI. Vortex Dynamics -- XII. Two-Fluid Models of Turbulence -- XIII. Chaos and Coherent Structures in Fluid Flaws -- XIV. Connection Between Two Classical Approaches to Turbulence: The Conventional Theory and the Attractors -- XV.
Remarks on Prototypes of Turbulence, Structures in Turbulence and the Role of Chaos -- XVI. Subgrid Scale Modeling and Statistical Theories in Three-Dimensional Turbulence -- XVII. Strange Attractors, Coherent Structures and
Statistical Approaches -- XVIII. A Note on the Structure of Turbulent Shear Flows -- XIX. Lagrangian Modelling for Turbulent Flows
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Title:Synergetics An Introduction
Author(s): Hermann Haken
Date:1983
Edition:Third Revised and Enlarged Edition
Size:1 online resource (390 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-88338-5
Contents:1. Goal -- 1.1 Order and Disorder: Some Typical Phenomena -- 1.2 Some Typical Problems and Difficulties -- 1.3 How We Shall Proceed -- 2. Probability -- 2.1 Object of Our Investigations: The Sample Space -- 2.2 Random Variables -- 2.3
Probability -- 2.4 Distribution -- 2.5 Random Variables with Densities -- 2.6 Joint Probability -- 2.7 Mathematical Expectation E(X), and Moments -- 2.8 Conditional Probabilities -- 2.9 Independent and Dependent Random Variables --
2.10 Generating Functions and Characteristic Functions -- 2.11 A Special Probability Distribution: Binomial Distribution -- 2.12 The Poisson Distribution -- 2.13 The Normal Distribution (Gaussian Distribution) -- 2.14 Stirling’s
Formula -- 2.15 Central Limit Theorem -- 3. Information -- 3.1 Some Basic Ideas -- 3.2 Information Gain: An Illustrative Derivation -- 3.3 Information Entropy and Constraints -- 3.4 An Example from Physics: Thermodynamics -- 3.5 An
Approach to Irreversible Thermodynamics -- 3.6 Entropy—Curse of Statistical Mechanics? -- 4. Chance -- 4.1 A Model of Brownian Movement -- 4.2 The Random Walk Model and Its Master Equation -- 4.3 Joint Probability and Paths. Markov
Processes. The Chapman-Kolmogorov Equation. Path Integrals -- Sections with an asterisk in the heading may be omitted during a first reading. -- 4.4 How to Use Joint Probabilities. Moments. Characteristic Function. Gaussian Processes
-- 4.5 The Master Equation -- 4.6 Exact Stationary Solution of the Master Equation for Systems in Detailed Balance -- 4.7 The Master Equation with Detailed Balance. Symmetrization, Eigenvalues and Eigenstates -- 4.8 Kirchhoff’s Method
of Solution of the Master Equation -- 4.9 Theorems about Solutions of the Master Equation -- 4.10 The Meaning of Random Processes, Stationary State, Fluctuations, Recurrence Time -- 4.11 Master Equation and Limitations of Irreversible
Thermodynamics -- 5. Necessity -- 5.1 Dynamic Processes -- 5.2 Critical Points and Trajectories in a Phase Plane. Once Again Limit Cycles -- 5.3 Stability -- 5.4 Examples and Exercises on Bifurcation and Stability -- 5.5 Classification
of Static Instabilities, or an Elementary Approach to Thorn’s Theory of Catastrophes -- 6. Chance and Necessity -- 6.1 Langevin Equations: An Example -- 6.2 Reservoirs and Random Forces -- 6.3 The Fokker-Planck Equation -- 6.4 Some
Properties and Stationary Solutions of the Fokker-Planck-Equation -- 6.6 Time-Dependent Solutions of the Fokker-Planck Equation -- 6.6 Solution of the Fokker-Planck Equation by Path Integrals -- 6.7 Phase Transition Analogy -- 6.8
Phase Transition Analogy in Continuous Media: Space-Dependent Order Parameter -- 7. Self-Organization -- 7.1 Organization -- 7.2 Self-Organization -- 7.3 The Role of Fluctuations: Reliability or Adaptibility? Switching -- 7.4 Adiabatic
Elimination of Fast Relaxing Variables from the Fokker-Planck Equation -- 7.5 Adiabatic Elimination of Fast Relaxing Variables from the Master Equation -- 7.6 Self-Organization in Continuously Extended Media. An Outline of the
Mathematical Approach -- 7.7 Generalized Ginzburg-Landau Equations for Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions -- 7.8 Higher-Order Contributions to Generalized Ginzburg-Landau Equations -- 7.9 Scaling Theory of Continuously Extended
Nonequilibrium Systems -- 7.10 Soft-Mode Instability -- 7.11 Hard-Mode Instability -- 8. Physical Systems -- 8.1 Cooperative Effects in the Laser: Self-Organization and Phase Transition -- 8.2 The Laser Equations in the Mode Picture --
8.3 The Order Parameter Concept -- 8.4 The Single-Mode Laser -- 8.5 The Multimode Laser -- 8.6 Laser with Continuously Many Modes. Analogy with Superconductivity -- 8.7 First-Order Phase Transitions of the Single-Mode Laser -- 8.8
Hierarchy of Laser Instabilities and Ultrashort Laser Pulses -- 8.9 Instabilities in Fluid Dynamics: The Bénard and Taylor Problems -- 8.10 The Basic Equations -- 8.11 The Introduction of New Variables -- 8.12 Damped and Neutral
Solutions (R ? Rc) -- 8.13 Solution Near R = Rc (Nonlinear Domain). Effective Langevin Equations -- 8.14 The Fokker-Planck Equation and Its Stationary Solution -- 8.15 A Model for the Statistical Dynamics of the Gunn Instability Near
Threshold -- 8.16 Elastic Stability: Outline of Some Basic Ideas -- 9. Chemical and Biochemical Systems -- 9.1 Chemical and Biochemical Reactions -- 9.2 Deterministic Processes, Without Diffusion, One Variable -- 9.3 Reaction and
Diffusion Equations -- 9.4 Reaction-Diffusion Model with Two or Three Variables: The Brusselator and the Oregonator -- 9.5 Stochastic Model for a Chemical Reaction Without Diffusion. Birth and Death Processes. One Variable -- 9.6
Stochastic Model for a Chemical Reaction with Diffusion. One Variable -- 9.7 Stochastic Treatment of the Brusselator Close to Its Soft-Mode Instability -- 9.8 Chemical Networks -- 10. Applications to Biology -- 10.1 Ecology,
Population-Dynamics -- 10.2 Stochastic Models for a Predator-Prey System -- 10.3 A Simple Mathematical Model for Evolutionary Processes -- 10.4 A Model for Morphogenesis -- 10.5 Order Parameters and Morphogenesis -- 10.6 Some Comments
on Models of Morphogenesis -- 11. Sociology and Economics -- 11.1 A Stochastic Model for the Formation of Public Opinion -- 11.2 Phase Transitions in Economics -- 12. Chaos -- 12.1 What is Chaos? -- 12.2 The Lorenz Model. Motivation
and Realization -- 12.3 How Chaos Occurs -- 12.4 Chaos and the Failure of the Slaving Principle -- 12.5 Correlation Function and Frequency Distribution -- 12.6 Discrete Maps, Period Doubling, Chaos, Intermittency -- 13. Some Historical
Remarks and Outlook -- References, Further Reading, and Comments
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Title:Dynamical System and Chaos Proceedings of the Sitges Conference on Statistical Mechanics Sitges, Barcelona/Spain September 5–11, 1982
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Date:1983
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Contents:Prologue Some ideas about strange attractors -- Chaotic dynamics in Hamiltonian systems with divided phase space -- Periodic and quasi-periodic orbits for twist maps -- Macroscopic behavior in a simple chaotic Hamiltonian system --
Quantum dynamics -- A universal transition from quasi-periodicity to Chaos — Abstract -- Self-generated diffusion and universal critical properties in chaotic systems -- Subharmonics and the transition to chaos -- Low dimensional
dynamics and the period doubling scenario -- Strange attractors in fluid dynamics -- Experimental aspects of the period doubling scenario -- Entropy and smooth dynamics -- Imbedding of a one-dimensional endomorphism into a
two-dimensional diffeomorphism. Implications -- Strange attractors for differential delay equations -- Stochastic perturbations of some strange attractors -- Solutions of stochastic differential equations and fractal trajectories --
Continuous bifurcation and dissipative structures associated with a soft mode recombination instability in semiconductors -- On the characterization of chaotic motions -- Complex bifurcations in a periodically forced normal form --
Topological entropy and scaling behaviour -- On the analytic structure of chaos in dynamical systems -- Type-III-intermittency in a smooth perturbation of the logistic system -- Irreversible evolution of dynamical systems -- Homoclinic
and heteroclinic points in the henon map -- The simple periodic orbits in the unimodal maps -- Modulation properties in decaying processes of the correlation function in a family of t-D maps -- Relaxation times and randomness for a
nonlinear classical system -- Topological entropy on rotation sequences -- The taylor-green vortex : Fully developed turbulence and transition to spatial chaos -- Anharmonic systems in external periodic fields with chaotic behaviour --
Renormalization of non-analytical unimodal maps -- Critical fluctuations in a thermo-chemical instability -- The second order Melnikov integral applied to detect quasi-randomness -- The Fokker-Planck equation as a dynamical system --
On integrability of quadratic area preserving mappings in the plane -- Resonances: Key elements to the understanding of non linear oscillations -- On systems passing through resonances -- The Lyapunov characteristic numbers and the
number of isolating integrals in galactic models -- On the periodic orbits of the Contopoulos Hamiltonian -- Feasibility of calculating dimension and topological entropy -- Diffusions generated from dynamical systems -- Report on the
driven Josephson equation
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Title:Geophysical Fluid Dynamics
Author(s): Joseph Pedlosky
Date:1982
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Note:10.1007/978-3-662-25730-2
Contents:1 Preliminaries -- 2 Fundamentals -- 3 Inviscid Shallow-Water Theory -- 4 Friction and Viscous Flow -- 5 Homogeneous Models of the Wind-Driven Oceanic Circulation -- 6 Quasigeostrophic Motion of a Stratified Fluid on a Sphere -- 7
Instability Theory -- 8 Ageostrophic Motion -- Selected Bibliography
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Title:Mathematical Problems in Theoretical Physics Proceedings of the VIth International Conference on Mathematical Physics Berlin (West), August 11–20,1981
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Date:1982
Size:1 online resource (432 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-11192-1
Contents:On some problems associated with the foundation of statistical mechanics -- Regrüssungsansprache zur 6th international conference on mathematical physics Berlin 1981 -- Periodicity and the onset of chaos -- Lorentz gas and random
walks -- The Kosterlitz-Thouless transition -- Mechanical models of Brownian motion -- Goldstone theorem in statistical mechanics -- Some inequalities related to roughening -- Self-diffusion as an example for the hydrodynamic limit --
Geometric analysis of ?4 fields and Ising models -- Some topics in quantum field theory -- What is the state space of quantum electrodynamics? -- Results and problems near the interface between statistical mechanics and quantum field
theory -- A renormalization group based convergent expansion for a class of massless lattice models -- Phase diagrams for iow temperature p(?)2 quantum field models -- Covariant representations of massless fermi fields -- Singularities
in fluid dynamics -- The boost problem -- Singularities, cauchy horizons and extensions of a large class of Einstein-Maxwell spacetimes -- Asymptotic structure in general relativity -- Yang-mills theory in a multiply connected three
space -- Recent developments in supergravity -- Bragg scattering from point interactions: An explicit formula for the reflection coefficient -- Stability of molecular eigenstates -- Description of the semiclassical limit of quantum
mechanics in terms of diffusion processes -- Algebraic approach to some propagation properties of the Schrodinger equation -- Scattering theory for time-dependent Hamiltonians -- How do eigenfunctions decay? The case of N-body quantum
systems -- Geometric methods in quantum many-body problem -- Almost periodic Schröder operators: A review -- Scattering theory for obstacles with infinite boundaries -- Experimental tests of Bell's inequalities -- Mathematical
structure of orthodox quantum theory and its relation to operationally definable physical principles -- Connections of different approaches to the foundation of quantum mechanics based on a description of preparing and recording of
microsystems -- What is wrong in Orthodox Quantum Theory -- Parallel session on the foundations of quantum mechanics -- Parallel session on the foundations of quantum mechanics -- Integrable systems in multidimensional spaces --
Ordinary differential equations and the symmetric eigenvalue problem -- Theory of ? functions in integrable systems -- The Kirchhoff type equations and multivalued functionals -- Singularities of solutions of semilinear wave equations
-- New results for classical gauge theories: Qualitative and exact -- Lattice gauge theory -- Some applications of functional integration -- Stochastic jump processes in the phase space representation of quantum mechanics --
Applications of jump processes to quantum mechanics and relativistic bose field theory -- Quantum stochastic processes -- Generalized brownian functionals -- A cameron-martin formula for feynman integrals (The origin of the Maslov
indices) -- Intstanton gas parameters in the double well model -- Scattering theory and automorphic functions -- Extensions of unitary irreducible representations of poincare group. Application to quantum field theory -- Nonlinear
group representations and applications to nonlinear equations -- Supersymmetry, supergravity and geometry -- Deformation theory applied to quantization and group representations -- Conformal invariance IN (gauge) quantum field theory
-- On the representations of the group diffeomorphisms and the local current algebra -- Presentation of the contributions in group theory at this conference -- Generalized gauge theories and the constituents of massless particles --
Symmetry in condensed matther physics -- Singular unitary representations and indefinite harmonic theory -- Schrödinger operators with almost periodic potemntial: An overview -- A note on non-linear aspects of QFT -- Locality and the
structure of particle states in gauge field theories -- Modular automorphisms of local algebras in quantum field theory -- The Search for Quantum Differential Geometry -- On the spectrum of schrödinger operators with a random potential
-- Localization : Physical picture and exact results -- Diffusion in one-dimensional lattice systems with random transfer rates -- Edward's model for long polymer chains -- On the status of QCD -- Some advances and problems in
classical general relativity -- From general relativity to quantum gravity
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Title:Finite-Difference Techniques for Vectorized Fluid Dynamics Calculations
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Date:1981
Size:1 online resource (228 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-86715-6
Contents:1 Introduction -- 2 Computational Techniques for Solution of Convective Equations -- 2.1 Importance of Convective Equations -- 2.2 Requirements for Convective Equation Algorithms -- 2.3 Quasiparticle Methods -- 2.4 Characteristic
Methods -- 2.5 Finite-Difference Methods -- 2.6 Finite-Element Methods -- 2.7 Spectral Methods -- 3 Flux-Corrected Transport -- 3.1 Improvements in Eulerian Finite-Difference Algorithms -- 3.2 ETBFCT: A Fully Vectorized FCT Module --
3.3 Multidimensional FCT -- 4 Efficient Time Integration Schemes for Atmosphere and Ocean Models -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Time Integration Schemes for Barotropic Models -- 4.3 Time Integration Schemes for Baroclinic Models -- 4.4
Extension to Ocean Models -- 5 A One-Dimensional Lagrangian Code for Nearly Incompressible Flow -- 5.1 Difficulties Encountered in Lagrangian Methods -- 5.2 Adaptive Gridding in a Lagrangian Calculation -- 5.3 The Algorithm and
Structure of ADINC -- 5.4 Examples -- 6 Two-Dimensional Lagrangian Fluid Dynamics Using Triangular Grids -- 6.1 Grid Distortion in Two Dimensions -- 6.2 Use of Reconnection to Eliminate Grid Distortion -- 6.3 Numerical Algorithms --
6.4 Examples -- 7 Solution of Elliptic Equations -- 7.1 Survey of Standard Techniques -- 7.2 A New Direct Solver: The Stabilized Error Vector Propagation Technique (SEVP) -- 7.3 Application of Chebychev Iteration to Non-Self-Adjoint
Equations -- 8 Vectorization of Fluid Codes -- 8.1 Speed in Hardware -- 8.2 Speed in Fortran -- 8.3 Problems with Causality -- 8.4 Examples -- 8.5 Summary of Parallelism Principles -- Appendix A -- Appendix B -- Appendix C -- Appendix
D -- Appendix E -- References
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Title:Seventh International Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics Proceedings of the Conference, Stanford University, Stanford, California and NASA/Ames (U.S.A.) June 23–27,1980
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Date:1981
Size:1 online resource (489 p.)
Note:10.1007/3-540-10694-4
Contents:Trends and pacing items in computational aerodynamics -- Polygon transformations in fluid mechanics -- On the computation of discontinuous multi-dimensional gas flows -- Pseudo-unsteady methods for transonic flow computations --
Axisymmetric transonic flow computations using a multigrid method -- Numerical techniques for free surface motion with application to drop motion caused by variable surface tension -- Viscous flow between concentric rotating spheres --
Numerical solutions for a moving shear layer in a swirling axisymmetric flow -- Flow induced by a jet in a cavity measurements and 3D numerical simulation -- Simulation of complex shock reflections from wedges in inert and reactive
gaseous mixtures -- Computation of three-dimensional horseshoe vortex flow using the Navier-Stokes equations -- Numerical analysis of stability in magnetohydrodynamical problems -- Compressible flow simulation using Hamilton's
equations and Clebsch-type vortex parameters -- Finite element calculation of steady transonic flow in nozzles using primary variables -- Improved surface velocity method for transonic finite-volume solutions -- Numerical simulation of
reactive flow in internal combustion engines -- Mixing layer simulation by an improved three-dimensional vortex-in-cell algorithm -- On the numerical solution of a capillary free boundary problem governed by the Navies-Stokes equations
-- Transonic flow calculations with higher order finite elements -- A finite-volume method for the prediction of turbulent flow in arbitrary geometries -- A finite difference method for the slow motion of a sphere in a rotating fluid
-- Multifluid incompressible flows by a finite element method -- Numerical calculation of transonic axial turbomachinery flows -- A study of reactive diffusion problems with stiff integrators and adaptive grids -- Coordinate generation
with precise controls -- An alternating direction implicit finite element method for compressible, viscous flow -- Finite difference computation of the capillary jet, free surface problem -- Simultaneous solutions of inviscid flow and
boundary layer at transonic speeds -- Numerical studies on nonlinear hydrodynamic stability by computer-extended perturbation series -- Compact differencing schemes for advective problems -- Study of two-dimensional flow past an
elliptic cylinder by discrete-vortex approximation -- Two analytical solutions for the reflection of unsteady shock wave and relevant numerical tests -- Separated boundary layer flows with high Reynolds numbers -- Improvement of
numerical schemes by incorporation of approximate solutions applied to rotating compressible flows -- An alternative approach to the numerical simulation of steady inviscid flow -- Reformulation of the method of characteristics for
multidimensional flows -- A conjugate gradient iterative method -- A numerical method for the wave resistance of a moving pressure distribution on the free surface -- Numerical methods for solving some fluid mechanics problems met in a
strongly rotating gas centrifuge -- Transonic flow computations using grid systems with block structure -- On the convergence of iterative methods for solving the steady-state Navier-Stokes equations by finite differences -- Direct
numerical simulations of turbulent shear flows -- Numerical solution of the Navier-Stokes equations by means of a multigrid method and Newton-iteration -- Analytic structure of high Reynolds number flows -- Incompressible mixed finite
elements for the Stokes' equation in IR3 -- A fractional volume of fluid method for free boundary dynamics -- Numerical analysis of dynamic stall phenomena of an oscillating airfoil by the discrete-vortex approximation -- Implicit
non-iterative scheme for turbulent unsteady boundary layers -- A physical approach to solve numerically complicated hyperbolic flow problems -- Transition and turbulence in planar channel flows -- Some mathematical problems of air
basin preservation -- A projection method based on Gaussian quadratures with application to compressible Navier-Stokes equations -- Semidirect solution to steady transonic flow by Newton's method -- The use of the Riemann problem in
finite difference schemes -- Stability and separation of freely interacting boundary layers -- An algorithm for unsteady transonic potential flow past airfoils -- Numerical analysis of the asymptotic flow behavior about the edge of a
rotating disk -- Analysis of conservative properties of the difference schemes by the method of differential approximation -- A generalized hybrid random choice method with application to internal combustion engines -- Computational
models for convective motions induced at fluid interfaces -- Free molecular flows past a concave body -- Successes and surprises with computer-extended series -- A fast method to solve incompressible boundary-layer interaction problems
-- Viscous transonic flow over airfoils -- Numerical methods for the solution of the simplified Navier-Stokes equations -- Recent advances in the development of implicit schemes for the equations of fluid dynamics -- High resolution
difference schemes for compressible gas dynamics -- Soms- a second order monotone scheme for-shock capturing and its application to the solutions of compressible Navier-Stokes equations -- Economical methods for solving the problems of
gas dynamics -- Numerical simulation of the rarefied gas flows -- Mixed spectral/finite difference approximations for slightly viscous flows -- An accurate method for calculating the interactions between discontinuities in three
dimensional flow
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Title:Approximation Methods for Navier-Stokes Problems Proceedings of the Symposium Held by the International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics (IUTAM) at the University of Paderborn, Germany, September 9 – 15, 1979
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Date:1980
Size:1 online resource (586 p.)
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Contents:Steady solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations representing plane flow in channels of various types -- On properties of steady viscous incompressible fluid flows -- Parameterization of subgrid-scale motion in numerical simulation of
2-dimensional Navier-Stokes equation at high Reynolds number -- CO+?-semigroups for flows past obstacles and for flows with capillary surfaces -- A finite element approximation of Navier-Stokes equations for incompressible viscous
fluids. Iterative methods of solution -- The initial value problem for the Boussinesq equations with data in Lp -- A finite element method for the simulation of a Rayleigh-Taylor instability -- Spectral calculation of the stability of
the circular Couette Flow -- Numerical solution of the complete Navier-Stokes equations for the simulation of unsteady flows -- A survey on the functional dynamical system generated by the Navier-Stokes equations -- Solution of the
time-dependent incompressible Navier-Stokes and Boussinesq equations using the Galerkin finite element method -- Auxiliary flux and pressure conditions for Navier-Stokes problems -- Classical solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations --
Direct and repeated bifurcation into turbulence -- Approximation of the hydrodynamic equations by a transport process -- Some decay properties of solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations -- The implicit difference schemes for numerical
solving the Navier-Stokes equations -- Finite-difference solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations for axially symmetric flows in spherical gaps -- Numerical investigation of unsteady viscous incompressible flow about bodies for varying
conditions of their motion -- On the regularity of solutions of the nonstationary Navier-Stokes equations -- The asymptotic behaviour of solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations near sharp corners -- High resolution spectral
calculations of inviscid compressible flows -- Analysis of Navier-Stokes type equations associated to mathematical models in fluid dynamics -- On the finite element approximation of the nonstationary Navier-Stokes problem -- On the
convergence rate of nonstationary Navier-Stokes approximations -- Optimisation of Hermitian methods for Navier-Stokes equations in the vorticity and stream-function formulation -- Navier-stokes calculations with a coupled strongly
implicit method Part II: Spline deferred-corrector solutions -- Strange attractors and characteristic exponents of turbulent flows -- Selection mechanisms in symmetry breaking phenomena -- High Reynolds-number flows -- Application of
spectral methods to the solution of Navier-Stokes equations -- Regularity questions for the Navier-Stokes equations -- Numerical experiments with a multiple grid and a preconditioned Lanczos type method -- New solutions of the Karman
problem for rotating flows
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Title:Sixth International Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics Proceedings of the Conference, Held in Tbilisi (U.S.S.R.) June 21–24, 1978
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Date:1979
Note:10.1007/3-540-09115-7
Contents:Numerical calculation of hydrodynamic stability problems with time-dependent boundary conditions -- On numerical simulation in fluid dynamics -- Some finite element methods in fluid flow -- Numerical study of nonlinear axisymmetric
flow of fluid between two concentric rotating spheres -- Investigation of hydrodynamic stability by means of computers -- Implicit finite-difference simulations of steady and unsteady transonic flows -- Numerical investigation of some
gas dynamics problems by net-characteristic method -- The method of discrete vortices in aerohydrodynamic problems and the theory of multidimensional singular integral equations -- Analysis of higher order methods for the numerical
simulation of confined flows -- Numerical simulations of two-dimensional plasma flows -- Numerical simulation of turbulent flows with a three-dimensional vortex-in-cell method -- Mathematical and numerical aspects of discrete kinetic
theory -- Resolution Numerique d'une Equation de Conservation par une Approche Variationnelle -- Errors in finite difference solutions of Navier-Stokes equations -- A free boundary problem in hydrodynamic lubrication including surface
tension -- Approximation viscosity and stability of difference schemes -- A study on curvilinear coordinates and macro -elements for multiply connected flow fields -- Separating, incompressible, laminar boundary-layer flow over a
smooth step of small height -- On certain solutions of the non- stationary equations for rotating flow -- A unification of unidirectional flow approximation -- A finite element formulation suitable for subsonic and transonic flow --
Tests of computational algorithms for inviscid hyperbolic flows -- Initialization of the navier-stokes equations for use in numerical simulations and predictions of severe (convective) weather events -- The algorithm of approximate
calculation of potential-type singular integrals and their applications -- Aerodynamics and dynamics of bodies with mass loss and shape change under the influence of radiative heating -- Ergodic behavior of two-dimensional inviscid
turbulence -- Calculation of the three-dimensional supersonic blunt body flow of viscous perfect gas and nonequilibrium gas mixture -- Numerical simulation of MHD-problems on the basis of variational approach -- Numerical solution for
unsteady separated inviscid incompressible flow past an arbitrary body -- Direct numerical method for the velocity profile and the form of a laminar jet in a liquid-liquid system -- Model calculations of self-excited oscillations in
transonic flow in a duct with an abrupt enlargement -- An orthogonal finite element method for transonic flow calculations -- Solution of turbulent transport equations by an accurate numerical method -- A new numerical method for
solving exterior linear elliptic problems -- The transformation of external disturbances into the boundary layer waves -- The effect of strong magnetic field on the shift flow of viscous incompressible electroconducting fluid -- A
Lagrangian method for the numerical solution of the Euler equations for transonic flows -- On computational modelling of the Tunguska catastrophe -- Numerical solution of transonic flow through a cascade with slender profiles --
Czochralski bulk flow in the growth of garnet crystals -- Numerical shock structure and nonlinear corrections for difference schemes in conservation form -- Numerical simulation of explosion phenomena taking into account
non-equilibrium physical-chemical processes -- Calculation of three-dimensional turbulent subsonic flows in transition ducts -- Pulmonary haemodynamics -- A vortex-grid method for blood flow through heart valves -- Supersonic viscous
flow over cones at incidence -- Calculation of supersonic gas flows about wings -- Large Eddy Simulation of turbulent shear flows -- Numerical solution of the nonlinear stability of an imcompressible ekman boundary layer --
Non-forward-marching method for three dimensional flow around spinning bodies -- Applications of the energy estimates analogous to Saint-Venant's principle to problems of elasticity and hydrodynamics -- Finite element analysis of
viscous incompressible flow around an oscillating airfoil -- Some permeable boundaries in multidimensional unsteady flows -- Supersonic flow of viscous gas around bodies and the flaw in the wake (methods of a numerical solution and
computing results) -- Numerical models of turbulent convection based on the unsteady Navier-Stokes equations -- Solution by Newton's method to the steady transonic Euler equations -- A simplified spline solution procedure -- A test
case for checking computational methods for gas flows with discontinuities -- To the numerical simulation and propagation of tsunami according to the shallow water equations -- A hybrid random choice method with application to internal
combustion engines -- The solution of the Navier-Stokes equation via successive approximations -- On the condensing of grid points in the process of solving and high order schemes in viscous gas flow computations -- Investigation of
unsteady supersonic flows about blunt bodies -- Calculation of the flow field in supersonic inlets using a bicharacteristics method with shock wave fitting -- Bispectral measurements in turbulence computations -- On the application of
orthogonal polynomials in the theory of elasticity -- Numerical modeling of atmospheric pollution -- Integral-representation approach for time-dependent viscous flows -- On some methods for the numerical simulation of flows with
complex structure -- Design criteria and generation of optimum finite element meshes -- Self-adapted algorithms in problems of gas dynamics -- Application of Lagrangian invariants to the calculation of three-dimensional rotational
flows of a perfect fluid -- Sixth International Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics Tbilisi, U.S.S.R., 20–25 June, 1978
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Title:Synergetics An Introduction Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions and Self-Organization in Physics, Chemistry and Biology
Author(s): Hermann Haken
Date:1978
Edition:Second Enlarged Edition
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-96469-5
Contents:1. Goal -- 1.1 Order and Disorder: Some Typical Phenomena -- 1.2 Some Typical Problems and Difficulties -- 1.3 How We Shall Proceed -- 2. Probability -- 2.1 Object of Our Investigations: The Sample Space -- 2.2 Random Variables -- 2.3
Probability -- 2.4 Distribution -- 2.5 Random Variables with Densities -- 2.6 Joint Probability -- 2.7 Mathematical Expectation E(X), and Moments -- 2.8 Conditional Probabilities -- 2.9 Independent and Dependent Random Variables --
2.10*Generating Functions and Characteristic Functions -- 2.11 A Special Probability Distribution: Binomial Distribution -- 2.12 The Poisson Distribution -- 2.13 The Normal Distribution (Gaussian Distribution) -- 2.14 Stirling’s
Formula -- 2.15*Central Limit Theorem -- 3. Information -- 3.1 Some Basic Ideas -- 3.2* Information Gain: An Illustrative Derivation -- 3.3 Information Entropy and Constraints -- 3.4 An Example from Physics: Thermodynamics -- 3.5* An
Approach to Irreversible Thermodynamics -- 3.6 Entropy—Curse of Statistical Mechanics? -- 4. Chance -- 4.1 A Model of Brownian Movement -- 4.2 The Random Walk Model and Its Master Equation -- 4.3* Joint Probability and Paths. Markov
Processes. The Chapman-Kolmogorov Equation. Path Integrals -- 4.4* How to Use Joint Probabilities. Moments. Characteristic Function. Gaussian Processes -- 4.5 The Master Equation -- 4.6 Exact Stationary Solution of the Master Equation
for Systems in Detailed Balance -- 4.7* The Master Equation with Detailed Balance. Symmetrization, Eigenvalues and Eigenstates -- 4.8* Kirchhoff’s Method of Solution of the Master Equation -- 4.9* Theorems about Solutions of the Master
Equation -- 4.10 The Meaning of Random Processes. Stationary State, Fluctuations, Recurrence Time -- 4.11*Master Equation and Limitations of Irreversible Thermodynamics -- 5. Necessity -- 5.1 Dynamic Processes -- 5.2* Critical Points
and Trajectories in a Phase Plane. Once Again Limit Cycles -- 5.3* Stability -- 5.4 Examples and Exercises on Bifurcation and Stability -- 5.5* Classification of Static Instabilities, or an Elementary Approach to Thorn’s Theory of
Catastrophes -- 6. Chance and Necessity -- 6.1 Langevin Equations: An Example -- 6.2* Reservoirs and Random Forces -- 6.3 The Fokker-Planck Equation -- 6.4 Some Properties and Stationary Solutions of the Fokker-Planck Equation -- 6.5
Time-Dependent Solutions of the Fokker-Planck Equation -- 6.6* Solution of the Fokker-Planck Equation by Path Integrals -- 6.7 Phase Transition Analogy -- 6.8 Phase Transition Analogy in Continuous Media: Space-Dependent Order
Parameter -- 7. Self-Organization -- 7.1 Organization -- 7.2 Self-Organization -- 7.3 The Role of Fluctuations: Reliability or Adaptibility? Switching -- 7.4* Adiabatic Elimination of Fast Relaxing Variables from the Fokker-Planck
Equation -- 7.5* Adiabatic Elimination of Fast Relaxing Variables from the Master Equation -- 7.6 Self-Organization in Continuously Extended Media. An Outline of the Mathematical Approach -- 7.7* Generalized Ginzburg-Landau Equations
for Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions -- 7.8* Higher-Order Contributions to Generalized Ginzburg-Landau Equations -- 7.9* Scaling Theory of Continuously Extended Nonequilibrium Systems -- 7.10*Soft-Mode Instability -- 7.1 l*Hard-Mode
Instability -- 8. Physical Systems -- 8.1 Cooperative Effects in the Laser: Self-Organization and Phase Transition -- 8.2 The Laser Equations in the Mode Picture -- 8.3 The Order Parameter Concept -- 8.4 The Single-Mode Laser -- 8.5
The Multimode Laser -- 8.6 Laser with Continuously Many Modes. Analogy with Superconductivity -- 8.7 First-Order Phase Transitions of the Single-Mode Laser -- 8.8 Hierarchy of Laser Instabilities and Ultrashort Laser Pulses -- 8.9
Instabilities in Fluid Dynamics: The Bénard and Taylor Problems -- 8.10 The Basic Equations -- 8.11 Damped and Neutral Solutions (R ? Rc) -- 8.12 Solution Near R = Rc (Nonlinear Domain). Effective Langevin Equations -- 8.13 The
Fokker-Planck Equation and Its Stationary Solution -- 8.14 A Model for the Statistical Dynamics of the Gunn Instability Near Threshold -- 8.15 Elastic Stability: Outline of Some Basic Ideas -- 9. Chemical and Biochemical Systems -- 9.1
Chemical and Biochemical Reactions -- 9.2 Deterministic Processes, Without Diffusion, One Variable -- 9.3 Reaction and Diffusion Equations -- 9.4 Reaction-Diffusion Model with Two or Three Variables: The Brusselator and the Oregonator
-- 9.5 Stochastic Model for a Chemical Reaction Without Diffusion. Birth and Death Processes. One Variable -- 9.6 Stochastic Model for a Chemical Reaction with Diffusion. One Variable -- 9.7* Stochastic Treatment of the Brusselator
Close to Its Soft-Mode Instability -- 9.8 Chemical Networks -- 10. Applications to Biology -- 10.1 Ecology, Population-Dynamics -- 10.2 Stochastic Models for a Predator-Prey System -- 10.3 A Simple Mathematical Model for Evolutionary
Processes -- 10.4 A Model for Morphogenesis -- 10.5 Order Parameters and Morphogenesis -- 10.6 Some Comments on Models of Morphogenesis -- 11. Sociology: A Stochastic Model for the Formation of Public Opinion -- 12. Chaos -- 12.1 What
is Chaos? -- 12.2 The Lorenz Model. Motivation and Realization -- 12.3 How Chaos Occurs -- 12.4 Chaos and the Failure of the Slaving Principle -- 12.5 Correlation Function and Frequency Distribution -- 12.6 Further Examples of Chaotic
Motion -- 13. Some Historical Remarks and Outlook -- References, Further Reading and Comments
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Title:Dynamics of Multibody Systems Symposium Munich/Germany August 29–September 3, 1977
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Date:1978
Size:1 online resource (376 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-86461-2
Contents:Simulation of Multibody Systems Using the Vector-Network Model -- On the Influence of Damping on the Stability of Certain Gyroscopic Systems -- A Flexible Passive Space Array with Springs (II) -- Multibody System Applications and
Simulations at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory -- Some Recent Advances in Numerical Methods in Structural Dynamics -- Nonlinear Behaviour of Multibody Systems under Impulsive Parametric Excitation -- The Self-Synchronization of
Mechanical Vibrators of the Resonance Type Vibrating Machinery with Multidegree of Freedom -- On Mechanics of Gyroscopes in Gimbal Suspension -- Nonholonomic Multibody Systems Containing Gyrostats -- Simulation of the Longitudinal
Dynamics of a Train -- The Dynamics of a Class of Electrically-Actuated and Cable-Driven Manipulators -- New Methods in the Dynamics of Systems of Rigid Bodies -- Dynamics of Nonideal Gyroscopic Systems -- Multibody Systems Containing
Active Elements: Generation of Linearized System Equations, System Analysis and Order-Reduction -- Identification of Lumped Element Models from Response Measurements of Vibrating Structures -- The Mathematical Description of Mechanical
Systems from the View of Control Engineering with Hybrid Coordinates as State Space Variables -- Response by Normal Coordinates of a Structure Interacting with a Fluid -- Bond Graphs for Flexible Multibody Systems -- Unbalance-Caused
Instabilities on Segmented Elastically Coupled Rotor Systems -- Synthesis and Dynamic Characteristics of Large Structures with Rotating Substructures -- Structural Dynamics and Configuration Control of Spinning and Gravity Oriented
Multibody Systems -- On the Stability of Interactive Multibody Systems with an Application to Maglev-Vehicle-Guideway Control Systems -- Constraint Stabilization for Rigid Bodies: An Extension of Baumgarte’s Method -- Symbolic
Computerized Derivation of Equations of Motion -- Identification of a Rotor System -- On Decentralized Control of Large-Scale Systems -- Model Truncation Using Controllability, Observability Measures -- The Stability of a Class of
Multiaxle Railway Vehicles Possessing Perfect Steering -- Nonlinear Equations of Motion for Arbitrary Systems of Interconnected Rigid Bodies -- Comments of the members of the Scientific Committee given at the Closing Session
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Title:Synergetics An Introduction Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions and Self- Organization in Physics, Chemistry and Biology
Author(s): Hermann Haken
Date:1977
Note:10.1007/978-3-642-96363-6
Contents:1. Goal -- 1.1 Order and Disorder: Some Typical Phenomena -- 1.2 Some Typical Problems and Difficulties -- 1.3 How We Shall Proceed -- 2. Probability -- 2.1 Object of Our Investigations: The Sample Space -- 2.2 Random Variables -- 2.3
Probability -- 2.4 Distribution -- 2.5 Random Variables with Densities -- 2.6 Joint Probability -- 2.7 Mathematical Expectation E(X), and Moments -- 2.8 Conditional Probabilites -- 2.9 Independent and Dependent Random Variables -- 2.10
Generating Functions and Characteristic Functions -- 2.11 A Special Probability Distribution: Binomial Distribution -- 2.12 The Poisson Distribution -- 2.13 The Normal Distribution (Gaussian Distribution) -- 2.14 Stirling’s Formula --
2.15 Central Limit Theorem -- 3. Information -- 3.1 Some Basic Ideas -- 3.2 Information Gain: An Illustrative Derivation -- 3.3 Information Entropy and Constraints -- 3.4 An Example from Physics: Thermodynamics -- 3.5 An Approach to
Irreversible Thermodynamics -- 3.6 Entropy—Curse of Statistical Mechanics? -- 4. Chance -- 4.1 A Model of Brownian Movement -- 4.2 The Random Walk Model and Its Master Equation -- 4.3 Joint Probability and Paths. Markov Processes. The
Chapman-Kolmogorov Equation. Path Integrals -- 4.4 How to Use Joint Probabilities. Moments. Characteristic Function. Gaussian Processes -- 4.5 The Master Equation -- 4.6 Exact Stationary Solution of the Master Equation for Systems in
Detailed Balance -- 4.7 The Master Equation with Detailed Balance. Symmetrization, Eigenvalues and Eigenstates -- 4.8 Kirchhoff’s Method of Solution of the Master Equation -- 4.9 Theorems about Solutions of the Master Equation -- 4.10
The Meaning of Random Processes. Stationary State, Fluctuations, Recurrence Time -- 4.11 Master Equation and Limitations of Irreversible Thermodynamics -- 5. Necessity -- 5.1 Dynamic Processes -- 5.2 Critical Points and Trajectories in
a Phase Plane. Once Again Limit Cycles -- 5.3 Stability -- 5.4 Examples and Exercises on Bifurcation and Stability -- 5.5 Classification of Static Instabilities, or an Elementary Approach to Thom’s Theory of Catastrophes -- 6. Chance
and Necessity -- 6.1 Langevin Equations: An Example -- 6.2 Reservoirs and Random Forces -- 6.3 The Fokker-Planck Equation -- 6.4 Some Properties and Stationary Solutions of the Fokker-Planck Equation -- 6.5 Time-Dependent Solutions of
the Fokker-Planck Equation -- 6.6 Solution of the Fokker-Planck Equation by Path Integrals -- 6.7 Phase Transition Analogy -- 6.8 Phase Transition Analogy in Continuous Media: Space-Dependent Order Parameter -- 7. Self-Organization --
7.1 Organization -- 7.2 Self-Organization -- 7.3 The Role of Fluctuations: Reliability or Adaptibility? Switching -- 7.4 Adiabatic Elimination of Fast Relaxing Variables from the Fokker-Planck Equation -- 7.5 Adiabatic Elimination of
Fast Relaxing Variables from the Master Equation -- 7.6 Self-Organization in Continuously Extended Media. An Outline of the Mathematical Approach -- 7.7 Generalized Ginzburg-Landau Equations for Nonequilibrium Phase Transitions -- 7.8
Higher-Order Contributions to Generalized Ginzburg-Landau Equations -- 7.9 Scaling Theory of Continuously Extended Nonequilibrium Systems -- 7.10 Soft-Mode Instability -- 7.11 Hard-Mode Instability -- 8. Physical Systems -- 8.1
Cooperative Effects in the Laser: Self-Organization and Phase Transition -- 8.2 The Laser Equations in the Mode Picture -- 8.3 The Order Parameter Concept -- 8.4 The Single-Mode Laser -- 8.5 The Multimode Laser -- 8.6 Laser with
Continuously Many Modes. Analogy with Superconductivity -- 8.7 First-Order Phase Transitions of the Single-Mode Laser -- 8.8 Hierachy of Laser Instabilities and Ultrashort Laser Pulses -- 8.9 Instabilities in Fluid Dynamics: The Bénard
and Taylor Problems -- 8.10 The Basic Equations -- 8.11 Damped and Neutral Solutions (R ? Rc) -- 8.12 Solution Near R = Rc (Nonlinear Domain). Effective Langevin Equations -- 8.13 The Fokker-Planck Equation and Its Stationary Solution
-- 8.14 A Model for the Statistical Dynamics of the Gunn Instability Near Threshold -- 8.15 Elastic Stability: Outline of Some Basic Ideas -- 9. Chemical and Biochemical Systems -- 9.1 Chemical and Biochemical Reactions -- 9.2
Deterministic Processes, Without Diffusion, One Variable -- 9.3 Reaction and Diffusion Equations -- 9.4 Reaction-Diffusion Model with Two or Three Variables: The Brusselator and the Oregonator -- 9.5 Stochastic Model for a Chemical
Reaction Without Diffusion. Birth and Death Processes. One Variable -- 9.6 Stochastic Model for a Chemical Reaction with Diffusion. One Variable -- 9.7 Stochastic Treatment ofthe Brusselator Close to Its Soft-Mode Instability -- 9.8
Chemical Networks -- 10. Applications to Biology -- 10.1 Ecology, Population-Dynamics -- 10.2 Stochastic Models for a Predator-Prey System -- 10.3 A Simple Mathematical Model for Evolutionary Processes -- 10.4 A Model for Morphogenesis
-- 11. Sociology: A Stochastic Model for the Formation of Public Opinion -- 12. Some Historical Remarks and Outlook -- References, Further Reading, and Comments
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Title:The Hopf Bifurcation and Its Applications
Author(s): J. E Marsden
Date:1976
Size:1 online resource (408 p.)
Note:10.1007/978-1-4612-6374-6
Contents:Section 1 Introduction to Stability and Bifurcation in Dynamical Systems and Fluid Dynamics -- Section 2 The Center Manifold Theorem -- Section 2A Some Spectral Theory -- Section 2B The Poincaré Map -- Section 3 The Hopf Bifurcation
Theorem in R2 and in Rn -- Section 3A Other Bifurcation Theorems -- Section 3B More General Conditions for Stability -- Section 3C Hopf’s Bifurcation Theorem and the Center Theorem of Liapunov -- Section 4 Computation of the Stability
Condition -- Section 4A How to use the Stability Formula An Algorithm -- Section 4B Examples -- Section 4C Hopf Bifurcation and the Method of Averaging -- Section 5 A Translation of Hopf’s Original Paper -- Section 5A Editorial
Comments -- Section 6 The Hopf Bifurcation Theorem Diffeomorphisms -- Section 6A The Canonical Form -- Section 7 Bifurcations with Symmetry -- Section 8 Bifurcation Theorems for Partial Differential Equations -- Section 8A Notes on
Nonlinear Semigroups -- Section 9 Bifurcation in Fluid Dynamics and the Problem of Turbulence -- Section 9A On a Paper of G. Iooss -- Section 9B On a Paper of Kirchgässner and Kielhöffer -- Section 10 Bifurcation Phenomena in
Population Models -- Section 11 A Mathematical Model of Two Cells -- Section 12 A Strange, Strange Attractor -- References
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Title:Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics June 24–28, 1974, University of Colorado
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Date:1975
Size:1 online resource (461 p.)
Note:10.1007/BFb0019722
Contents:Some computational problems in boundary-layer flows -- Initial boundary value problems for hyperbolic partial differential equations -- Numerical solution of turbulent boundary layers approaching separation -- Numerical models of
rotating stars -- Navier-Stokes solutions using a finite element algorithm -- Interaction of strong shock wave with turbulent boundary layer -- The numerical simulation of low frequency unsteady transonic flow fields -- Quasi-inviscid
dynamics of numerical models of two-dimensional flows -- Flat slender delta wings in supersonic stream at small angles of attack -- Numerical experiment in gas dynamics -- Numerical solution of the problems of the mhd flow around the
bodies -- Nonuniform grid method for turbulent boundary layers -- Numerical study of the heating of a plasma -- Solution of the three-dimensional compressible Navier-Stokes equations by an implicit technique -- Variationally optimized,
grid-insensitive vortex tracing -- A numerical study of pulsatile flow through constricted arteries -- A study of a three dimensional free jet using the vorticity/vector potential method -- High reynolds number transonic flow
simulation -- Application of the series truncation method to two-dimensional internal flows -- A physically optimum difference scheme for three-dimensional boundary layers -- Numerical solution of the unsteady navier-stokes equations
for the investigation of laminar boundary layer stability -- GTT method applied to cones at large angles of attack -- The numerical solution of blunt body flowfields using RUSANOV's method -- Onset of dissipation at zero viscosity in
turbulent flows -- A numerical procedure in the hodograph plane for the study of transonic flow past vying profiles -- Discretisation of the velocity - space in kinetic theory of gases -- On the solution of a mixed problem for the wave
equation -- Highly stretched meshes as functionals of solutions -- A numerical study of the thermal spin-up of a stratified fluid in a rapidly rotating cylinder -- Solution of the three-dimensional compressible, laminar, and turbulent
boundary-layer equations with comparisons to experimental data -- On finite amplitudes of periodic disturbances of the boundary layer along a flat plate -- Asymptotic solution for supersonic viscous flow past a compression corner --
Leading edge separation from non-conical slender wings at incidence -- A method of calculation for the three-dimensional fluid flow in turbomachines -- Some hydrodynamic problems for multicomponent systems -- Numerical simulation of
interacting three-dimensional vortex filaments -- The problem of spurious oscillations in the numerical solution of the equations of gas dynamics -- Rotating thin elliptic cylinder in a parallel viscous fluid flow -- Computational
magnetohydrodynamics of time-dependent flows in toroidal systems -- Computational aspects of a viscous incompressible fluid -- Difference methods for transonic flows about airfoils -- On the matter of shock fitting -- On the theory of
difference schemes for gas dynamics equations -- Numerical experiments on free surface water motion with bores -- Boundary layer calculation by a hermitian finite difference method -- Numerical solutions for atmospheric boundary layer
flows over street canyons -- The leading-edge effect in unsteady free-convection flows -- The transient dynamics of chemically reactive gaseous mixtures with turbulence -- A generalized hyperbolic marching technique for
three-dimensional supersonic flow with shocks -- The split nos and bid methods for the steady-state navier-stokes equations -- Some properties of the axisymmetric gas flow about the power shape bodies -- A study of difference methods
for radially symmetric shocked flows -- Some results using relaxation methods for two- and three-dimensional transonic flows -- Recent results from the GISS model of the global atmosphere -- Radiating flows with intensive evaporation
over blunt bodies -- Steady viscous incompressible flow around a given contour -- Solution of the navier-stokes equations by finite element methods -- Calculations on the hypersonic Rayleigh problem -- Studies of free buoyant and shear
flows by the vortex-in-cell method -- Time — dependent one — dimensional liquid — bubble flow -- Drag of a finite flat plate -- Numerical solution of the unsteady navier-stokes equations for the oscillatory flow over a concave body --
A reverse flow computation in the theory of self-induced separation -- A flowfield segmentation method for the numerical solution of viscous flow problems
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