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Recent Contributions to Fluid Mechanics

Author: Werner Haase
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1982.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The present volume entitled "Recent Contributions to Fluid Mechanics" is dedicated to Professor Dr.-Ing. Alfred Walz in honour of his 75th birthday. Alfred Walz, born on 11 May 1907, began his outstanding career as an electrical engineer. A few years after obtaining his university degree he became extremely engaged in fluid dynamics. Walking in the footsteps of Prandtl he was able to direct the development of  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Werner Haase
ISBN: 9783642819322 364281932X 9783642819346 3642819346
OCLC Number: 840301077
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Survey Paper --
Shear Layer Studies --
Past, Present, Future --
Individual Papers --
On Heat Transfer by Superimposition of a Creeping Flow of a Fluid with its Stationary Free Convection --
Half Model Testing Applied to Wings above and below Stall --
On the Turbulence-Modeling Requirements of Three-Dimensional Boundary-Layer Flows --
Topological Analysis of Computed Three-Dimensional Viscous Flow Fields --
Instability and Coherent Structures in Jet Flames --
Finite-Difference Solutions for Laminar Boundary Layer Flows with Separation --
Turbulent Flow Simulation: A Large Eddy Simulator's Viewpoint --
Reduced Turbulence Production by Increased Elongational Viscosity --
Some Aspects to the Structure of Separated Flows --
Isentropic Magnetogasdynamic Flow of a Perfect Plasma --
Investigation of the Three-Dimensional Transonic Flow around an Air Intake by a Finite-Volume Method for the Euler Equations --
Calculation of a Laminar-Turbulent Two-Dimensional Turbine Blade Boundary Layer Including Surface Curvature Effects --
Considerations of the Vorticity Fields on Wings --
Slender Wings with Leading Edge Vortex-Separation --
Turbulent Heat Transfer --
Optical Flow-Velocity Measurement in Irregularly Shaped Cavities --
Measured Velocity Fluctuations Inside the Mixing Layer of a Supersonic Jet --
Mathematical Model of the Single-File Flow of Red Blood Cells in Capillaries --
Experimental Method for Pressure-Velocity Correlation Measurements in Three-Dimensional Turbulent Boundary Layers --
Random Walk and Diffusion in Two-Dimensional Lagrangian Systems --
Mesh Influence on Vortex Shedding in Inviscid Flow Computations --
A Numerical Method to Solve the Steady-State Navier-Stokes Equations for Natural Convection in Enclosures --
Computational Study of the Magnus Effect on Boattailed Shell at Supersonic Speeds --
Viscid-Inviscid Interaction Analysis on Airfoils with an Inverse Boundary Layer Approach --
A Turbulent Boundary Layer Approaching Separation --
Considerations on the Transport-Theorem for Extensive Flow Properties --
The Structure of Flows with Unsteady Boundary Conditions --
Boundary Layer Calculations for Cryogenic Wind Tunnel Flows --
An Inverse Integral Computational Method for Compressible Turbulent Boundary Layers --
Transition of Rotational Flow into Outer Irrotational Flow --
The Design of Optimum Diffusers for Incompressible Flow --
Relaxing Evolution Systems for the Solution of an Ill-Posed Design Problem --
What can be Achieved by Similarity Laws?
Responsibility: edited by Werner Haase.

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Moreover, all colleagues and friends of Alfred Walz wish that he may be able to continue his work and his influence on the work of all of us via his enlightening ideas. Friedrichshafen, August 1982  Read more...

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