Applied Computational Fluid Dynamics: Mechanical Engineering Series
Applications of computational fluid dynamics and heat transfer in aeronautics, materials processing and manufacturing, electronic cooling, and environmental control.
Format: Hardcover, English, 422 pages
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This reference describes the latest techniques and real-life applications of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and heat transfer in aeronautics, materials processing and manufacturing, electronic cooling, and environmental control. Featuring more than 500 figures and equations as well as case studies, Applied Computational Fluid Dynamics serves as an excellent reference for mechanical, chemical, civil, lubrication, automotive, heat transfer, aerospace, industrial, materials process, environmental, marine, and fluid dynamics engineers; electronic product, thermal, and turbomachinery designers; materials scientists; computational physicists; and graduate students in these disciplines.
Table of Contents
|5||Inlet, Duct, and Nozzle Flows||179|
|6||Turbine Flows: The Impact of Unsteadiness||221|
|7||Numerical Modeling of Materials Processing and Manufacturing Systems||257|
|8||Passive Thermal Control of Electronic Equipment||301|
|9||Computational Fluid Dynamic Techniques in Air Quality Modeling||335|
|Appendix||Governing Equations in Various Systems||403|