Posted by **Underaglassmoon** at Oct. 31, 2016

Springer | Mathematics | November 18, 2016 | ISBN-10: 3319457497 | 812 pages | pdf | 17.1 mb

Authors: John, Volker

Covers stationary and time-dependent problems

Emphasis on numerical analysis

Overview of analytical results for turbulence models

Step-by-step presentation of proofs for facilitating the understanding

Posted by **nebulae** at Jan. 9, 2017

2016 | ISBN-10: 3319457497 | 812 pages | PDF | 17 MB

Posted by **arundhati** at Nov. 23, 2016

2016 | ISBN-10: 3319457497 | 812 pages | PDF | 17 MB

Posted by **elodar** at Aug. 21, 2013

English | 2005-09-19 | ISBN: 0750663227 | 400 pages | PDF | 23.98 mb

Posted by **tanas.olesya** at Feb. 26, 2015

English | June 2, 2003 | ISBN: 0471496669 | 358 Pages | PDF | 25 MB

In recent years there have been significant developments in the development of stable and accurate finite element procedures for the numerical approximation of a wide range of fluid mechanics problems.

Posted by **ChrisRedfield** at Jan. 26, 2014

Published: 2013-12-13 | ISBN: 3642387381 | PDF | 1200 pages | 40 MB

Posted by **interes** at Oct. 13, 2012

English | 2004 | ISBN: 0470847891 | 356 pages | PDF | 10,6 MB

Heat transfer is the area of engineering science which describes the energy transport between material bodies due to a difference in temperature. The three different modes of heat transport are conduction, convection and radiation. In most problems, these three modes exist simultaneously. However, the significance of these modes depends on the problems studied and often, insignificant modes are neglected.

Posted by **ms_ms2** at Feb. 22, 2009

Wiley | May 28, 2004 | ISBN: 0470847883 | 356 pages | PDF | 9.6 MB

Posted by **interes** at Feb. 21, 2017

English | 2016 | ISBN: 1498780504 | 824 pages | PDF | 11 MB

Posted by **tanas.olesya** at Jan. 10, 2017

English | 31 Jan. 1996 | ISBN: 1860940161 | 190 Pages | PDF | 11 MB

Professor Fenner's definitive text is now back in print, with added corrections. It serves as an introduction to finite element methods for engineering undergraduates and other students at an equivalent level.