Computer Modeling of Free-Surface and Pressurized Flows by James A. Liggett (auth.), M. Hanif Chaudhry, Larry W. Mays

By James A. Liggett (auth.), M. Hanif Chaudhry, Larry W. Mays (eds.)

Computers are accepted for the research, layout, and operation of water source initiatives. this offers exact effects, permitting the research of advanced structures that could no longer were attainable differently, and the research and comparability of a number of diversified possible choices very quickly, thereby decreasing the venture charges, optimizing layout, and effective usage of assets.
This quantity compiles an edited model of the lecture notes specifically ready through 14 famous ecu and North American researchers. half I offers with free-surface flows. Governing equations are derived and their answer via the finite-difference, finite-element, and boundary-integral tools are mentioned. Then, turbulence versions, three-d versions, dam-break movement versions, sediment shipping versions, and flood routing types are provided. half II is said to the modeling of regular and temporary pressurized flows. Governing equations for either unmarried and two-component flows are derived and numerical tools for his or her resolution are provided. The modeling of water caliber in pipe networks, of cooling water platforms, and gradual and quick transients is then mentioned.

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