By Marshall Bern (auth.), Timothy J. Barth, Herman Deconinck (eds.)
As computational fluid dynamics (CFD) is utilized to ever extra difficult fluid circulate difficulties, the power to compute numerical fluid circulation suggestions to a consumer particular tolerance in addition to the power to quantify the accuracy of an latest numerical resolution are obvious as crucial materials in powerful numerical simulation. even though the duty of actual blunders estimation for the nonlinear equations of CFD turns out a frightening challenge, huge attempt has established in this problem lately with remarkable development being made via complex mistakes estimation thoughts and adaptive discretization tools. to deal with this crucial subject, a unique direction wasjointly geared up by way of the NATO learn and expertise place of work (RTO), the von Karman Insti tute for Fluid Dynamics, and the NASA Ames examine middle. The NATO RTO backed path entitled "Error Estimation and answer Adaptive Discretization in CFD" used to be held September 10-14, 2002 on the NASA Ames examine heart and October 15-19, 2002 on the von Karman Institute in Belgium. in the course of the precise direction, a chain of finished lectures through prime specialists mentioned fresh advances and technical development within the region of numerical errors estimation and adaptive discretization tools with spe cific emphasis on computational fluid dynamics. The lecture notes supplied during this quantity are derived from the targeted direction fabric. the amount con sists of 6 articles ready through the certain direction lecturers.
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