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Computational fluid dynamics : the basics with applications [Monograph]Table of contents
Anderson, J.D. \ 1995
hydrodynamics - liquids - fluids - calculation - graphs - computational mathematics - machines

This pioneering text provides an introduction to CFD at the senior level in aerospace and mechanical engineering, and to some extent, chemical and civil engineering. It can also serve as a one-semester introductory course at the beginning graduate level, as a useful precursor to a more serious study of CFD in advanced books.

Used in course: BRD-30806 Physical Modelling
An Introduction to Fluid Mechanics and Transport Phenomena [Monograph]
Hauke, G \ Moreau, R \ 2008
fluid mechanics - engineering

Used in course: BRD-30806 Physical Modelling
Transport phenomena [Monograph] - 2nd ed
Beek, W.J. \ Muttzall, K.M.K. \ Heuven, J.W. van \ 1999
fluid mechanics - transport processes - textbooks

Momentum, heat and mass transport phenomena can be found everywhere in nature. A solid understanding of the principles of these processes is essential for chemical and process engineers. The second edition of Transport Phenomena builds on the foundation of the first edition which presented fundamental knowledge and practical application of momentum, heat and mass transfer processes in a form useful to engineers. This revised edition includes revisions of the original text in addition to new applications providing a thoroughly updated edition. This updated text includes: An introduction to physical transport analysis including units, dimensional analysis and conservation laws. A systematic treatment of fluid flow and heat and mass transport, their similarities and dissimilarities. Theoretical and semi-empirical equations and a condensed overview of practical data. Illustrative problems showing practical applications. A problem section at the end of each chapter with answers and explanations. Contents: Introduction to Physical Transport Phenomena. Flow Phenomena. Heat Transport. Mass Transport. Notation. Index.

Used in course: BRD-30806 Physical Modelling
The Wolfram MathWorld : the web's most extensive mathematics resource [Website]
Wolfram Research Europe \ 2007
mathematics - algebra - calculus

the site also contains an alphabetic index, from (-1,0,1)matrix to Zsigmondy's theorem.

Used in course: BRD-30806 Physical Modelling
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