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037    141384:141527|bElsevier Science & Technology|nhttp://
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100 1  Tu, Jiyuan 
245 10 Computational fluid dynamics|h[electronic resource] :|ba 
       practical approach /|cJiyuan Tu, Guan Heng Yeoh, Chaoqun 
       Liu 
250    1st ed 
260    Amsterdam ;|aBoston :|bButterworth-Heinemann,|c2008 
300    xv, 459 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. 437-453) and index
505 0  Introduction; CFD Solution Procedure A Beginning; 
       Governing Equations for CFD Fundamentals; CFD Techniques 
       Basics; CFD Solution Analysis - Essentials; Practical 
       Guidelines on CFD Simulation and Analysis; Applications of
       CFD with Examples; More Advanced Topics in CFD; Appendices
       (Derivation of Conservation Equations; Upwind Schemes; CFD
       Project Assignments) 
520    A senior level undergraduate and graduate textbook for a 
       wide audience of engineering students taking a first 
       course in CFD or Computer Aided Engineering. Fully course 
       matched, with the most extensive and rigorous pedagogy and
       features of any book in the field. The first book in the 
       field aimed at CFD users rather than developers. The only 
       course text available that is specifically designed to 
       give an applications lead, software oriented approach to 
       understanding and using CFD. This is coupled with a 
       complete grounding in the necessary mathematical 
       principles of CFD. Unlike existing books this has not been
       written with the needs of advanced students who are 
       expected to develop their own CFD code in mind. The 
       widespread availability of commercial software enables 
       this book to meet the needs of beginner CFD students who 
       use commercial software. Meets the needs of students 
       taking a wide range of courses. Unlike existing titles it 
       does not focus on the needs of advanced aerospace or 
       applied math courses. Ideal for use on the burgeoning 
       courses in mechanical, automotive, marine, environmental, 
       civil and chemical engineering that harness CFD or 
       computer aided engineering more generally. The strongest 
       pedagogy of any available book. Core mathematics are 
       developed in a step by step fashion, with no assumed steps
       left out in order to develop a solid understanding of the 
       conservation laws, mathematical transport equations and 
       basic concepts of fluid mechanics and heat transfer that 
       comprise the key to effective use of CFD Detailed worked 
       examples reinforce learning and link to the real 
       applications students will work with; end of chapter 
       knowledge check exercises, homework assignment questions, 
       plus separate Instructor's Manual 
533    Electronic reproduction.|bAmsterdam :|cElsevier Science & 
       Technology,|d2008.|nMode of access: World Wide Web.
       |nSystem requirements: Web browser.|nTitle from title 
       screen (viewed on May 14, 2008).|nAccess may be restricted
       to users at subscribing institutions 
590    Elsevier 
650  0 Fluid dynamics 
650  0 Heat|xTransmission 
650  0 Turbulence 
655  7 Electronic books.|2local 
700 1  Yeoh, Guan Heng 
700 1  Liu, Chaoqun 
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