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By Jaluria, Yogesh
Presents a basic understanding of mathematical methods involved in numerical computer analysis and highlights issues of particular importance to the field of engineering. This work includes a chapter on basics and programming and engineering problems at the end of each chapter.
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By Tannehill, John C.; Pletcher, Richard H.; Anderson, Dale A.
It is essential that courses evolve as technology advances and new knowledge comes forth. However, not every new twist will have a permanent impact on the discipline. A number of new developments have been included in this edition while preserving the fundamental elements of the ...discipline covered in earlier editions --Read more
By Pepper, Darrell W.; Heinrich, Juan C.
The third edition of the book introduces the fundamentals of the finite element method through simple examples and an applications-oriented approach using the latest computational tools. Using the transport equation for heat transfer as the foundation for the governing equations,... text demonstrates the versatility of the method of weighted residuals for a wide range of applications including structural analysis and fluid flow. It introduces the boundary element method and meshless, or mesh-free, methods through two additonal chapters. User-friendly computer codes written in MATLAB, MAPLE and FORTRAN are listed.Read more
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Presents the computational approach for solving heat transfer and fluid flow problems. This book covers the finite differences, finite volume and finite element methods. It discusses the basic mathematical background for developing numerical schemes and the numerical modeling of ...complex practical systems.Read more
By Anderson, Dale; Tannehill, John C.; Pletcher, Richard H.; Munipalli, Ramakanth; Shankar, Vijaya
Computational Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer, Fourth Edition is a fully updated version of the classic text on finite-difference and finite-volume computational methods.
Edited by Minkowycz, W. J.; Sparrow, E. M.; Abraham, J. P.; Gorman, J. M.
This book deals with certain aspects of material science, particularly with the release of thermal energy associated with bond breaking. It clearly establishes the connection between heat transfer rates and product quality. The editors then sharply draw the thermal distinctions b...etween the various categories of welding processes, and demonstrate how these distinctions are translated into simulation model uniqueness. The book discusses the incorporation of radiative heat transfer processes into the simulation model.Read more
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