By M. Napolitano, F. Sabetta

ISBN-10: 3540563946

ISBN-13: 9783540563945

Those lawsuits of a well-established convention on numerical equipment, calculations, and modelling in fluid dynamics concentrates on 5 themes: multidimensional upwinding, turbulent flows, area decomposition tools, unstructured grids, and movement visualization, and it contains papers awarded at a workshop on all-vertex schemes. All papers were conscientiously refereed.

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