Development and Applications of Computational Methods
The chapter presents a brief description of chapters that contribute to the development and applications of computational methods in different areas, i.e. deformable solid bodies, seismic stability, seismic prospecting, migration, elastic and acoustic waves investigation, gas dynamics, astrophysics, aerodynamics, fluid dynamics, turbulent flows, hypersonic flows, detonation waves, composite materials, fracture mechanics, melting of metals, mathematical economics, medicine and biology. Computational methods for solving the problems of deformable solid bodies, gas and hydro dynamics, and medicine are considered in more detail. The third, the fourth and the fifth parts of the book are devoted to these three topics. Computational methods for solving the problems in the rest of the scientific fields are presented in the second part of the book.
KeywordsComputational methods Numerical experiments Parallel algorithms Deformable solid bodies Seismic stability Seismic prospecting Migration Elastic and acoustic waves investigation Gas dynamics Astrophysics Aerodynamics Fluid dynamics Turbulent flows Hypersonic flows Detonation waves Melting of metals Composite materials Fracture mechanics Mathematical economics Medicine
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