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Old   January 8, 2000, 03:47
Default References about FVM in BFC
Z. Zeng
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Could you please suggest me some good books and references on Finite Volume Method in Body Fitted Coordinate.

Thanks in advance
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Old   January 8, 2000, 09:39
Default Re: References about FVM in BFC
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I am doing Ph.D. in the field of Scramjet Engine. I need details in the field of CFD(Finite Volume Method) Please send me the details of CFD with some text books and journal titles.

Thanking you,

Yours sincerely,

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Old   January 9, 2000, 13:46
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Hi A book by Malalasekhara and Verstig - "Finite Volume Method" may be a useful source for you.

P.J.Roache -"Computational Fluid Dynamics" deals with BFC in general ( FDM)

C.A.J.Fletcher " Comp.Fluid.Dyn" Vol 1&2 is a good resource for BFC and general FVM.

regards kuttoosan
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Old   January 19, 2000, 13:48
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Romuald Skoda
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Hi, try Ferziger,Peric, Comp. Methods for Fluid Dynamics.Contains a big amount of practical advice. I find it excellent! Regards Romuald
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