This is the first volume in the series. It analyzes several fundamental methodology issues in numerical heat transfer and fluid flow and identifies certain areas of active application. The finite-volume approach is presented with the finite-element methods as well as with energy balance analysis. Applications include the latest development in turbulence modeling and current approaches to inverse problems.
Table of Contents
1.Bounded Higher-Order Upwind Multidimensional Finite-Volume Convection-Diffusion Algorithms 2. Advances in Computation of Heat Transfer, Fluid Flow, and Solid Body Deformation Using Finite Volume Approaches 3.Control-Volume Finite Element Methods for Fluid Flow and Heat Transfer 4.General Algorithms for the Finite Element Solution of Incompressible Flow Proteins Using Primitive Variables 5.Two-Equation and Second-Moment Turbulence Models for Convective Heat Transfer 6.Multi-Resolution Computation for Fluid Flow and Heat/Mass Transfer 7.Multigrid Methods for Internal Flows and Heat Transfer 8.An Overview of Recent Advances and Computational Methods for Thermal Problems 9.An Overview of Numerical Methods for Solving Phase Change Problems 10.Inverse Shape and Boundary Condition Problems and Organization in Heat Conduction 11.Index