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Old   August 27, 1999, 03:07
Default Book on stability analysis
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I am interested in the Von Neumann stabiliity analysis of a numerical scheme.Please suggest book(s) in this regard. Any online information as well??
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Old   August 27, 1999, 03:49
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Yogesh Talekar
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Is there anything better than

"Numerical computation of internal and external flows" C.S. Hirsch:Vol1 and Vol 2


"Compuational methods in fluid dynamics" Tylor

hope this works
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Old   August 28, 1999, 18:14
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clifford bradford
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when i took cfd here at penn state we used a book written by a professor here. i can't recall the name or the author but if you contact the instrutor of the course, Vigor Yang ( he could tell you. i recommend the text because it used a very systematic and rational aaproach to stability analysis. as a result you learn to do the analyses quickly and somewhat painlessly. i guess Hirsh is good because it is always on loan at the library here.
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