ISBN:0521556538

Author: | W. E. Schiesser |

ISBN13: | 978-0521556538 |

Title: | Computational Transport Phenomena: Numerical Methods For The Solution Of Transport Problems |

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ePUB size: | 1535 kb |

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Language: | English |

Category: | Engineering |

Publisher: | Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (August 13, 1997) |

Pages: | 470 |

Cambridge Core - Chemical Engineering - Computational Transport Phenomena - by W. E. Schiesser. In this paper we consider numerical methods for problems based on time discretization via Laplace transformation. We focus our attention in models arising in the context of non Fickian solute transport phenomena in porous media. The mathematical models which describe the evolution of the solute concentrations are characterized by Volterra equations hybrid method which combines the Laplace transformation with respect to the time variable with the finite element discretization in the spatial variables

Computational techniques have become indispensable tools in solving complex problems in transport phenomena. This book provides a clear, user-oriented introduction to the subject of computational transport phenomena. Each self-contained chapter includes a detailed worked example and discussion. Intended for students and a broad range of scientists and engineers, the book includes computer code written in transportable Fortran so that readers can produce the numerical solutions and then extend them to other cases. Clearly written, with excellent examples. Also includes well composed FORTRAN code samples.

This book provides a clear, user-oriented introduction to the subject of computational transport phenomena. Each self-contained chapter includes a detailed worked example and a discussion of the problem system equations. Also included are the numerical methods used; computer code for the solution of the problem system equations; discussion of the numerical solution with emphasis on physical interpretation; and, when appropriate, a comparison of the numerical solution with an analytical solution or a discussion of how the numerical solution goes beyond what can be done analytically, especially for nonlinear problems.

Computational Transport Phenomena : Numerical Methods for the Solution of Transport Problems. by William E. Schiesser and .

Home . Details for: Computational transport phenomena : Normal view MARC view ISBD view. Computational transport phenomena : numerical methods for the solution of transport problems, . By: Schiesser, W. Contributor(s): Silebi, C. A. Material type: BookPublisher: Cambridge, . New York, NY, USA : Cambridge University Press, 1997Description: x, 457 p. : ill. ; 27 c. SBN: 0521553784 (hardbound); 0521556538 (pb. Subject(s): Fluid dynamics Viscosity Chemical engineering - Problems, exercises, etcDDC classification: 53. 75015194 Online resources:.

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Numerical Methods for the Solution of Transport Problems Description: Computational techniques have become indispensable tools in solving complex problems in transport phenomena. This book, first published in 1997, provides a clear, user-oriented introduction to the subject. Also included are the numerical methods used; computer code for the solution of the problem system equations; discussion of the numerical solution with emphasis on physical interpretation; and when appropriate,.

Computational Transport Phenomena. Numerical Methods for the Solution of Transport Problems. Computational Transport Phenomena. W. Schiesser, C. Silebi. Online ISBN: 9780511804144.

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Computational techniques have become indispensable tools in solving complex problems in transport phenomena. This book provides a clear, user-oriented introduction to the subject of computational transport phenomena. Each self-contained chapter includes a detailed worked example and a discussion of the problem system equations. Also included are the numerical methods used; computer code for the solution of the problem system equations; discussion of the numerical solution with emphasis on physical interpretation; and, when appropriate, a comparison of the numerical solution with an analytical solution or a discussion of how the numerical solution goes beyond what can be done analytically, especially for nonlinear problems. Intended for students and a broad range of scientists and engineers, the book includes computer code written in transportable Fortran so the reader can produce the numerical solutions and then extend them to other cases.

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