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Computational Wave Dynamics
Author : Hitoshi Gotoh,Akio Okayasu,Yasunori Watanabe
Publisher : World Scientific Publishing Company
Release Date : 2013-06-04
ISBN 10 : 9814449725
Pages : 252 pages

This book provides a comprehensive description of the latest theory-supported numerical technologies, as well as scientific and engineering applications for water surface waves. Its contents are crafted to cater to a step-by-step learning of computational wave dynamics and ocean wave modeling. It provides a comprehensive description from underlying theories of free-surface flows, to practical computational applications for coastal and ocean engineering on the basis of computational fluid dynamics (CFD). The text may be used as a textbook for advanced undergraduate students and graduate students to understand the theoretical background of wave computations, and the recent progress of computational techniques for free-surface and interfacial flows, such as Volume of Fluid (VOF), Constrained Interpolation Profile (CIP), Lagrangian Particle (SPH, MPS), Distinct Element (DEM) and Euler-Lagrange Hybrid Methods. It is also suitable for researchers and engineers who wish to apply CFD techniques to ocean modeling and practical coastal problems involving sediment transport, wave-structure interaction and surf zone flows.

Ocean Wave Dynamics
Author : Ian Young,Alexander Babanin
Publisher : World Scientific
Release Date : 2020-03-20
ISBN 10 : 9811208689
Pages : 396 pages

Ocean Wave Dynamics is the most up-to-date book of its kind on the three main processes responsible for the generation and evolution of ocean waves: (i) atmospheric input from the wind, (ii) wave breaking and (iii) nonlinear interactions.Ocean waves are important for many reasons. They are the major environmental impact on in the design of coastal or offshore structures. Ocean waves are also fundamental to the processes of coastal flooding and beach erosion. They will play a major role in storm related coastal flooding which will rise in frequency as a result of sea level rise. Ocean waves are also an important part of the coupled ocean-atmosphere system. They determine the roughness of the ocean surface and hence have an impact on winds, fluxes of energy, gases and heat to the ocean and even the stability of ice sheets.Containing the latest research on ocean waves, it is a valuable resource for an overview of knowledge in this important field.

Complex Wave Dynamics on Thin Films
Author : Hen-hong Chang,E.A. Demekhin
Publisher : Elsevier
Release Date : 2002-03-14
ISBN 10 : 9780080529530
Pages : 412 pages

Wave evolution on a falling film is a classical hydrodynamic instability whose rich wave dynamics have been carefully recorded in the last fifty years. Such waves are known to profoundly affect the mass and heat transfer of multi-phase industrial units. This book describes the collective effort of both authors and their students in constructing a comprehensive theory to describe the complex wave evolution from nearly harmonic waves at the inlet to complex spatio-temporal patterns involving solitary waves downstream. The mathematical theory represents a significant breakthrough from classical linear stability theories, which can only describe the inlet harmonic waves and also extends classical soliton theory for integrable systems to real solitrary wave dynamics with dissipation. One unique feature of falling-film solitary wave dynamics, which drives much of the spatio-temporal wave evolution, is the irreversible coalescence of such localized wave structures. It represents the first full description of a hydrodynamic instability from inception to developed chaos. This approach should prove useful for other complex hydrodynamic instabilities and would allow industrial engineers to better design their multi-phase apparati by exploiting the deciphered wave dynamics. This publication gives a comprehensive review of all experimental records and existing theories and significantly advances state of the art on the subject and are complimented by complex and attractive graphics from computational fluid mechanics.

Computational Wave Propagation
Author : Bjorn Engquist,Gregory A. Kriegsmann
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2012-12-06
ISBN 10 : 1461224225
Pages : 215 pages

This IMA Volume in Mathematics and its Applications COMPUTATIONAL WAVE PROPAGATION is based on the workshop with the same title and was an integral part of the 1994-1995 IMA program on "Waves and Scattering." We would like to thank Bjorn Engquist and Gregory A. Kriegsmann for their hard work in organizing this meeting and in editing the proceedings. We also take this opportunity to thank the National Science Foundation, the Army Research Office, and the Office of Naval Research, whose financial support made this workshop possible. A vner Friedman Robert Gulliver v PREFACE Although the field of wave propagation and scattering has its classical roots in the last century, it has enjoyed a rich and vibrant life over the past 50 odd years. Scientists, engineers, and mathematicians have devel oped sophisticated asymptotic and numerical tools to solve problems of ever increasing complexity. Their work has been spurred on by emerging and maturing technologies, primarily concerned with the propagation and reception of information, and the efficient transmission of energy. The vitality of this scientific field is not waning. Increased demands to precisely quantify, measure, and control the propagation and scattering of waves in increasingly complex settings pose challenging scientific and mathematical problems. These push the envelope of analysis and comput ing, just as their forerunners did 50 years ago. These modern technological problems range from using underwater sound to monitor and predict global warming, to periodically embedding phase-sensitive amplifiers in optical fibers to insure long range digital communication.

Generalized Riemann Problems in Computational Fluid Dynamics
Author : Matania Ben-Artzi,Joseph Falcovitz
Publisher : Cambridge University Press
Release Date : 2003-04-10
ISBN 10 : 9780521772969
Pages : 349 pages

This 2003 monograph presents the GRP algorithm and is accessible to researchers and graduate students alike.

Wave Dynamics and Composite Mechanics for Microstructured Materials and Metamaterials
Author : Mezhlum A. Sumbatyan
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2018-07-29
ISBN 10 : 9789811099687
Pages : 258 pages

This volume deals with topical problems concerning technology and design in construction of modern metamaterials. The authors construct the models of mechanical, electromechanical and acoustical behavior of the metamaterials, which are founded upon mechanisms existing on micro-level in interaction of elementary structures of the material. The empiric observations on the phenomenological level are used to test the created models. The book provides solutions, based on fundamental methods and models using the theory of wave propagation, nonlinear theories and composite mechanics for media with micro- and nanostructure. They include the models containing arrays of cracks, defects, with presence of micro- and nanosize piezoelectric elements and coupled physical-mechanical fields of different nature. The investigations show that the analytical, numerical and experimental methods permit evaluation of the qualitative and quantitative properties of the materials of this sort, with diagnosis of their effective characteristics, frequency intervals of effective energetic cutting and passing, as well as effective regimes of damage evaluation by the acoustic methods.

Fields, Networks, Computational Methods, and Systems in Modern Electrodynamics
Author : Peter Russer,Leopold B. Felsen
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2004-12-16
ISBN 10 : 9783540239291
Pages : 278 pages

This book consists of contributions given at a symposium in honour of Leopold B. Felsen. They represent the state of the art in dealing with electromagnetic fields, their network theory representation, their computation and, finally, with system applications. The network formulation of field problems can improve the problem formulation and also contribute to the solution methodology. Network theory systematic approaches for circuit analysis are based on the separation of the circuit into the connection circuit and the circuit elements. Many applications in science and technology rely on computations of the electromagnetic field in either man-made or natural complex structures. Because different problems have their own combination of geometrical features, materials, scales and frequency ranges, no single method is best suited for handling all possible cases: instead, a combination of methods or hybridization is needed to attain the greatest flexibility and efficiency.

Shock Wave Dynamics
Author : George Emanuel
Publisher : CRC Press
Release Date : 2012-12-18
ISBN 10 : 1466564210
Pages : 235 pages

Working knowledge of the relations of various quantities and their derivatives across a shock wave is useful for any advanced research involving shock waves. Although these relations can be derived in principle by any diligent student of the subject, the derivations are often not trivial, and once derived, neither the approach nor the result can be

Theoretical Computational Dynamics
Author : Pai
Publisher : CRC Press
Release Date : 1997-03-01
ISBN 10 : 9780442303105
Pages : 700 pages

Emphasis of this text is on the basic assumptions and the formulation of the theory of compressible flow as well as on the methods of solving problems. Published by Science Press, Beijing, distributed by VNR in the US. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

Computational Fluid Dynamics for Sport Simulation
Author : Martin Peters
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2009-11-26
ISBN 10 : 3642044662
Pages : 134 pages

All over the world sport plays a prominent role in society: as a leisure activity for many, as an ingredient of culture, as a business and as a matter of national prestige in such major events as the World Cup in soccer or the Olympic Games. Hence, it is not surprising that science has entered the realm of sports, and, in particular, that computer simulation has become highly relevant in recent years. This is explored in this book by choosing five different sports as examples, demonstrating that computational science and engineering (CSE) can make essential contributions to research on sports topics on both the fundamental level and, eventually, by supporting athletes’ performance.

Effective Computational Methods for Wave Propagation
Author : Nikolaos A. Kampanis,Vassilios Dougalis,John A. Ekaterinaris
Publisher : CRC Press
Release Date : 2008-02-25
ISBN 10 : 9781420010879
Pages : 712 pages

Due to the increase in computational power and new discoveries in propagation phenomena for linear and nonlinear waves, the area of computational wave propagation has become more significant in recent years. Exploring the latest developments in the field, Effective Computational Methods for Wave Propagation presents several modern, valuable computational methods used to describe wave propagation phenomena in selected areas of physics and technology. Featuring contributions from internationally known experts, the book is divided into four parts. It begins with the simulation of nonlinear dispersive waves from nonlinear optics and the theory and numerical analysis of Boussinesq systems. The next section focuses on computational approaches, including a finite element method and parabolic equation techniques, for mathematical models of underwater sound propagation and scattering. The book then offers a comprehensive introduction to modern numerical methods for time-dependent elastic wave propagation. The final part supplies an overview of high-order, low diffusion numerical methods for complex, compressible flows of aerodynamics. Concentrating on physics and technology, this volume provides the necessary computational methods to effectively tackle the sources of problems that involve some type of wave motion.

Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics
Author : Kenli Li,Zheng Xiao,Yan Wang,Jiayi Du,Keqin Li
Publisher : Springer
Release Date : 2014-03-08
ISBN 10 : 3642539629
Pages : 614 pages

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 25th International Conference on Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics, ParCFD 2013, held in Changsha, China, in May 2013. The 35 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from more than 240 submissions. The papers address issues such as parallel algorithms, developments in software tools and environments, unstructured adaptive mesh applications, industrial applications, atmospheric and oceanic global simulation, interdisciplinary applications and evaluation of computer architectures and software environments.

Computational Fluid Dynamics 2004
Author : Clinton Groth,David W. Zingg
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2006-09-27
ISBN 10 : 3540318011
Pages : 866 pages

Those interested in state of the art in computational fluid dynamics will find this publication a valuable source of reference. The contributions are drawn from The International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ICCFD) held in 2004. The conference is staged every two years and brings together physicists, mathematicians and engineers who review and share recent advances in mathematical and computational techniques for modeling fluid dynamics.

Nonlinear Dynamics and Computational Physics
Author : V. B. Sheorey
Publisher : Alpha Science Int'l Ltd.
Release Date : 1999
ISBN 10 : 9788173192838
Pages : 251 pages

The 24 articles presented in this volume cover emerging areas in nonlinear dynamics. They discuss a range of topics, from chaotic quantum systems to nonlinear dynamics of the earth's magnetosphere and from microscopic chaos and nonequilibrium statistical mechanics to nonlinear dynamics of human brain activity. The articles are written by leading researchers both from India and other countries. It is hoped that the volume will provide information and inspiration, and suggest new research directions, both to the expert and novice alike.

Computational Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering
Author : Manolis Papadrakakis,Dimos C. Charmpis,Yannis Tsompanakis,Nikos D. Lagaros
Publisher : CRC Press
Release Date : 2008-12-04
ISBN 10 : 020388163X
Pages : 670 pages

The increasing necessity to solve complex problems in Structural Dynamics and Earthquake Engineering requires the development of new ideas, innovative methods and numerical tools for providing accurate numerical solutions in affordable computing times. This book presents the latest scientific developments in Computational Dynamics, Stochastic Dynam

Ocean Waves Mechanics, Computational Fluid Dynamics, and Mathematical Modelling
Author : Canadian Applied Mathematics Society. International Conference
Publisher : Computational Mechanics
Release Date : 1990
ISBN 10 :
Pages : 954 pages

Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics
Author : Rupak Biswas
Publisher : DEStech Publications, Inc
Release Date : 2010
ISBN 10 : 160595022X
Pages : 691 pages

Computational Cell Biology
Author : Christopher P. Fall,Eric S. Marland,John M. Wagner,John J. Tyson
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2007-06-04
ISBN 10 : 0387224599
Pages : 468 pages

This textbook provides an introduction to dynamic modeling in molecular cell biology, taking a computational and intuitive approach. Detailed illustrations, examples, and exercises are included throughout the text. Appendices containing mathematical and computational techniques are provided as a reference tool.

Characteristics Finite Element Methods in Computational Fluid Dynamics
Author : Joe Iannelli
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2006-09-24
ISBN 10 : 3540453431
Pages : 730 pages

This book details a systematic characteristics-based finite element procedure to investigate incompressible, free-surface and compressible flows. Several sections derive the Fluid Dynamics equations from first thermo-mechanics principles and develop this multi-dimensional and infinite-directional upstream procedure by combining a finite element discretization with an implicit non-linearly stable Runge-Kutta time integration for the numerical solution of the Euler and Navier Stokes equations.

Unsteady Computational Fluid Dynamics in Aeronautics
Author : P.G. Tucker
Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date : 2013-08-30
ISBN 10 : 9400770499
Pages : 413 pages

The field of Large Eddy Simulation (LES) and hybrids is a vibrant research area. This book runs through all the potential unsteady modelling fidelity ranges, from low-order to LES. The latter is probably the highest fidelity for practical aerospace systems modelling. Cutting edge new frontiers are defined. One example of a pressing environmental concern is noise. For the accurate prediction of this, unsteady modelling is needed. Hence computational aeroacoustics is explored. It is also emerging that there is a critical need for coupled simulations. Hence, this area is also considered and the tensions of utilizing such simulations with the already expensive LES. This work has relevance to the general field of CFD and LES and to a wide variety of non-aerospace aerodynamic systems (e.g. cars, submarines, ships, electronics, buildings). Topics treated include unsteady flow techniques; LES and hybrids; general numerical methods; computational aeroacoustics; computational aeroelasticity; coupled simulations and turbulence and its modelling (LES, RANS, transition, VLES, URANS). The volume concludes by pointing forward to future horizons and in particular the industrial use of LES. The writing style is accessible and useful to both academics and industrial practitioners. From the reviews: "Tucker's volume provides a very welcome, concise discussion of current capabilities for simulating and modellng unsteady aerodynamic flows. It covers the various pos sible numerical techniques in good, clear detail and presents a very wide range of practical applications; beautifully illustrated in many cases. This book thus provides a valuable text for practicing engineers, a rich source of background information for students and those new to this area of Research & Development, and an excellent state-of-the-art review for others. A great achievement." Mark Savill FHEA, FRAeS, C.Eng, Professor of Computational Aerodynamics Design & Head of Power & Propulsion Sciences, Department of Power & Propulsion, School of Engineering, Cranfield University, Bedfordshire, U.K. "This is a very useful book with a wide coverage of many aspects in unsteady aerodynamics method development and applications for internal and external flows." L. He, Rolls-Royce/RAEng Chair of Computational Aerothermal Engineering, Oxford University, U.K. "This comprehensive book ranges from classical concepts in both numerical methods and turbulence modelling approaches for the beginner to latest state-of-the-art for the advanced practitioner and constitutes an extremely valuable contribution to the specific Computational Fluid Dynamics literature in Aeronautics. Student and expert alike will benefit greatly by reading it from cover to cover." Sébastien Deck, Onera, Meudon, France