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Tucker, Paul G. - Advanced Computational Fluid and Aerodynamics (Cambridge Aerospace Series) - 9781107428836 - V9781107428836
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Advanced Computational Fluid and Aerodynamics (Cambridge Aerospace Series)

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Description for Advanced Computational Fluid and Aerodynamics (Cambridge Aerospace Series) Paperback. This book outlines the Computational Fluid Dynamics evolution and gives an overview of the methods available to the engineer. Series: Cambridge Aerospace Series. Num Pages: 578 pages, 270 b/w illus. 46 tables. BIC Classification: TRP. Category: (U) Tertiary Education (US: College). Dimension: 253 x 177. .
The advent of supercomputers has brought computational fluid dynamics (CFD) to the forefront as a tool to analyze increasingly complex simulation scenarios in many fields. Computational aerodynamics problems are also increasingly moving towards being coupled, multi-physics and multi-scale with complex, moving geometries. The latter presents severe geometry handling and meshing challenges. Simulations also frequently use formal design optimization processes. This book explains the evolution of CFD and provides a comprehensive overview of the plethora of tools and methods available for solving complex scenarios while exploring the future directions and possible outcomes. Using numerous examples, illustrations and computational methods the author ... Read more

Product Details

Publisher
Cambridge University Press
Format
Paperback
Publication date
2016
Series
Cambridge Aerospace Series
Condition
New
Weight
1059g
Number of Pages
578
Place of Publication
Cambridge, United Kingdom
ISBN
9781107428836
SKU
V9781107428836
Shipping Time
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Ref
99-4

About Tucker, Paul G.
Professor Paul G. Tucker is the Rank Professor of Engineering at the University of Cambridge. He has written over 270 journal, conference papers, and technical reports. He has been a visiting researcher at NASA and is an Associate Editor of the AIAA Journal.

Reviews for Advanced Computational Fluid and Aerodynamics (Cambridge Aerospace Series)
'This book covers a huge amount of advanced material, but is extremely well written and presented, making it easy and enjoyable to read, and this is aided by the excellent choice of results and illustrations used to complement the text. It is also so comprehensive it is doubtful there is an upper level of experience, either academic or practitioner, where ... Read more

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