sitemap | contact us
  Book Series
  Book Proposal Form
  Using Published Material
  Rights and Permissions
  Examination Copies
  List of Publishers
  About Narosa
  Group Companies
  Our Strength
view in print mode
Computational Fluid Dynamics
Author(s): Gautam Biswas, Somenath Mukherjee

ISBN:    978-81-8487-181-4 
Publication Year:   2014
Pages:   242
Binding:   Paper Back
Dimension:   160mm x 240mm
Weight:   350


About the book

COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS is an effort to cover a range of topics, - from elementary concepts for the uninitiated students to state-of-the-art algorithms useful for the practitioners. The contents begin with preliminaries, in which the basic principles and techniques of Finite Difference (FD), Finite Volume (FV) and Finite Element (FE) methods are described using detailed mathematical treatment. The methodologies are explained systematically using step-by-step hand calculations. These introductory chapters are followed by the state-of-the-art methods and algorithms, including, Semi Implicit Pressure Linked Equations (SIMPLE) and Marker and Cell (MAC) family of algorithms that are widely adopted in various commercial codes. These advanced chapters use general forms of governing equations, boundary conditions, and initial conditions encountered in CFD. Finally, the modeling of free surface flows has been covered as a special topic. Students and practitioners particularly in mechanical, aerospace, chemical, metallurgy and civil engineering will benefit from this authoritative material. They will be able to apply numerical techniques to the solution of variety of fluid dynamics and heat transfer problems of industrial importance.

Table of Contents

Preface / Methods of Weighted Residuals / Finite Difference Method / Introduction to Finite Volume Method / Introduction to Finite Element Method / Vorticity-Stream Function Approach / Solution of Navier-Stokes Equations for Incompressible Flows Using SIMPLE and MAC Algorithms / Solution of Navier-Stokes Equations in Curvilinear Coordinates / Volume-of-Fluid Methods for Surface Tension Sominant Two-Phase Flows / Index.


Undergraduate and Postgraduate Students, Professionals, Researchers and Industry


| Companies | Mission | Strength | Values | History | Contact us
© Narosa Publishing House