**Computational Fluid Dynamics**

by Hyoung Woo Oh

**Publisher**: InTech 2010**ISBN-13**: 9789537619596**Number of pages**: 428

**Description**:

This book is intended to serve as a reference text for advanced scientists and research engineers to solve a variety of fluid flow problems using computational fluid dynamics (CFD). Each chapter arises from a collection of research papers and discussions contributed by the practiced experts in the field of fluid mechanics. This material has encompassed a wide range of CFD applications concerning computational scheme, turbulence modeling and its simulation, multiphase flow modeling, unsteady-flow computation, and industrial applications of CFD.

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