Domain Decomposition Techniques for Boundary Elements : by V. Popov, H. Power, L. Skerget

By V. Popov, H. Power, L. Skerget

Covers subdomain innovations of the Boundary point approach. The e-book could be valuable to all scientists and engineers drawn to waves and lfuids, together with graduate scholars, postdoctoral researchers, and teachers, marine, civil and mechanical engineers, meteorologists and oceanographers.

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If the velocity and mass density fields are known in the solution domain, the corresponding vorticity field can be established through eqn (37). For the known vorticity and mass density field functions, the corresponding velocity vector can be determined by solving eqns (36) and (37), provided that appropriate boundary conditions for the velocity are prescribed. The kinetic aspect of the fluid motion is governed by the vorticity transport equation describing the redistribution of the vorticity in the fluid domain through the various transport phenomena.

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