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A Boundary Element Analysis for Thermal Convection Problems

  • K. Kitagawa
  • C. A. Brebbia
  • M. Tanaka
Part of the Topics in Boundary Element Research book series (TBOU, volume 5)

Abstract

In recent years, the rapid development of computers has been utilized for applying numerical analyses to solve a variety of problems in the scientific and engineering fields. Especially, the numerical analysis of fluid flow problems has become recognized as a new subject called Numerical fluid mechanics or Computational fluid mechanics.

Keywords

Singular Point Boundary Element Rayleigh Number Penalty Function Boundary Element Method 
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  • K. Kitagawa
  • C. A. Brebbia
  • M. Tanaka

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