计算流体动力学导论

所属分类:力学  
出版时间:2000-6   出版时间:北京世图   作者:h. versteeg   页数:257  
Tag标签:学术,计算流体力学  

内容概要

The use of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) to predict internal and externalflows has risen dramatically in the past decade. In the 1980s the solution of fluid flow problems by means of CFD was the domain of the academic, postdoctoral orpostgraduate researcher or the similarity trained specialist with many years ofgrounding in the area. The widespread availability of engineering workstationstogether with efficient solution algorithms and sophisticated pre- and post-processing facilities enable the use of commercial CFD codes by graduateengineers for research, development and design tasks in industry. The codes thatare now on the market may he extremely powerful, hut their operation still requires a high level of skill and understanding from the operator to obtain meaningful results in complex situations. The long learning curve, previously including apprenticeships of up to four years - more widely known as MPhil and PhD studies - meant that the users of the 1980s were, through their own experiences, very conscious of the limitations of CFD. However, the pressure on engineers in industry to come up with solutions to problems implies that there is not always the time available for the new type of user of the 1990s to learn about the pitfalls of CFD by osmosis and frequent failure.

书籍目录

PrefaceAcknowledgements1
Introduction
1.1
What
is
CFD?
1.2
How
does
a
CFD
code
work?
1.3
Problem
solving
with
CFD
1.4
Scope
of
this
book2
Conservation
Laws
of
Fluid
Motion
and
Boundary
Condltions
2.1
Governing
equations
of
fluid
flow
and
heat
transfer
2.1.1
Mass
conservation
in
three
dimensions
2.1.2
Rates
of
change
following
a
fluid
particle
and
for
a
fluid
element
2.1.3
Momentum
equation
in
three
dimensions
2.1.4
Energy
equation
in
three
dimensions
2.2
Equations
of
state
2.3
Navier-Stokes
equations
for
a
Newtonian
fluid
2.4
Conservative
form
of
the
governing
equations
of
fluid
flow
2.5
Differential
and
integral
forms
of
the
general
transport
equations
2.6
Classification
of
physical
behaviour
2.7
The
role
of
characteristics
in
hyperbolic
equations
2.8
Classification
method
for
simple
partial
differential
equations
2.9
Classification
of
fluid
flow
equations
2.10
Auxiliary
conditions
for
viscous
fluid
flow
equations
2.11
Problems
in
transonic
and
supersonic
compressible
flows
2.12
Summary3
Turbulence
and
Its
Modelling
3.1
What
is
turbulence?
3.2
Transition
from
laminar
to
turbulent
flow
3.3
Effect
of
turbulence
on
time-averaged
Navier-Stokes
equations
3.4
Characteristics
of
simple
turbulent
flows
3.4.1
Free
turbulent
flows
3.4.2
Flat
plate
boundary
layer
and
pipe
flow
3.4.3
Summary
3.5
Turbulence
models
3.5.1
Mixing
length
model
3.5.2
The
k-e
model
3.5.3
Reynolds
stress
equation
models
3.5.4
Algebraic
stress
equation
models
3.5.5
Some
recent
advances
3.6
Final
remarks4
The
Finite
Volume
Method
for
Diffusion
Problems
4.1
Introduction
4.2
Finite
volume
method
for
one-dimensional
steady
state
diffusion
4.3
Worked
examples:
one-dimensional
steady
state
diffusion
4.4
Finite
volume
method
for
two-dimensional
diffusion
problems
4.5
Finite
volume
method
for
three-dimensional
diffusion
problems
4.6
Summary
of
discretised
equations
for
diffusion
problems5
The
Finite
Volume
Method
for
Convection-Diffusion
Problems
5.1
Introduction
5.2
Steady
one-dimensional
convection
and
diffusion
5.3
The
central
differencing
scheme
5.4
Properties
of
discretisation
schemes
5.4.1
Conservativeness
5.4.2
Boundedness
5.4.3
Transportiveness
5.5
Assessment
of
the
central
differencing
scheme
for
convection-diffusion
problems
5.6
The
upwind
differencing
scheme
5.6.1
Assessment
of
the
upwind
differencing
scheme
5.7
The
hybrid
differencing
scheme
5.7.1
Assessment
of
the
hybrid
differencing
scheme
5.7.2
Hybrid
differencing
scheme
for
multi-dimensional
convection-diffusion
5.8
The
power-law
scheme
5.9
Higher
order
differencing
schemes
for
convection-diffusion
problems
5.9.1
Quadratic
upwind
differencing
scheme:
the
QUICK
scheme
5.9.2
Assessment
of
the
QUICK
scheme
5.9.3
Stability
problems
of
the
QUICK
scheme
and
remedies
5.9.4
General
comments
on
the
QUICK
differencing
scheme
5.10
Other
higher
order
schemes
5.11
Summary6
Solution
Algorithms
for
Pressure-Veloelty
Coupling
in
Steady
Flows
6.1
Introduction
6.2
The
staggered
grid
6.3
The
momentum
equations
6.4
The
SIMPLE
algorithm
6.5
Assembly
of
a
complete
method
6.6
The
SIMPLER
algorithm
6.7
The
SIMPLEC
algorithm
6.8
The
PISO
algorithm
6.9
General
comments
on
SIMPLE,
SIMPLER,
SIMPLEC
and
PISO
6.10
Summary7
Solution
of
Discretised
Equations
7.1
Introduction
7.2
The
tri-diagonal
matrix
algorithm
7.3
Application
of
TDMA
to
two-dimensional
problems
7.4
Application
of
the
TDMA
method
to
three-dimensional
problems
7.5
Examples
7.6
Other
solution
techniques
used
in
CFD
7.7
Summary8
The
Finite
Volume
Method
for
Unsteady
Flows
8.1
Introduction
8.2
One-dimensional
unsteady
heat
conduction
8.2.1
Explicit
scheme
8.2.2
Crank-Nicolson
scheme
8.2.3
The
fully
implicit
scheme
8.3
Illustrative
examples
8.4
Implicit
method
for
two-
and
three-dimensional
problems
8.5
Discretisation
of
transient
convection-diffusion
equation
8.6
Worked
example
of
transient
convection~tiffusion
using
QUICK
differencing
8.7
Solution
procedures
for
unsteady
flow
calculations
8.7.1
Transient
SIMPLE
8.7.2
The
transient
PISO
algorithm
8.8
Steady
state
calculations
using
the
pseudo-transient
approach
8.9
A
brief
work
on
other
transient
schemes
8.10
Summary9
Implementation
of
Boundary
Conditions
9.1
Introduction
9.2
Inlet
boundary
conditions
9.3
Outlet
boundary
conditions
9.4
Wall
boundary
conditions
9.5
The
constant
pressure
boundary
condition
9.6
Symmetry
boundary
condition
9.7
Periodic
or
cyclic
boundary
condition
9.8
Potential
pitfalls
and
final
remarks10
Advanced
Topics
and
Applications
10.1
Introduction
10.2
Combustion
modelling
10.2.1
The
simple
chemical
reacting
system
(SCRS)
10.2.2
Eddy
break-up
of
model
of
combustion
10.2.3
Laminar
flamelet
model
10.3
Calculation
of
buoyant
flows
and
flows
inside
buildings
10.4
The
use
of
body-fitted
co-ordinate
systems
in
CFD
procedures
10.5
Advanced
applications
10.5.1
Flow
in
a
sudden
pipe
contraction
10.5.2
Modelling
of
a
fire
in
a
test
room
10.5.3
Prediction
of
flow
and
heat
transfer
in
a
complex
tube
matrix
10.5.4
Laminar
flow
in
a
circular
pipe
driven
by
periodic
pressure
variations
10.6
Concluding
remarksAppendix
A
Accuracy
of
a
Flow
SimulationAppendix
B
Non-uniform
GridsAppendix
C
Calculation
of
Source
TermsReferencesIndex

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用户评论 (总计21条)

 
 

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  •     就是书的纸张有点偏薄……,最近刚看完
  •     屠老师上课的教材,例子不错
  •     内容充实,内容够经典。但纸张质量不是很好。
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  •     很不错的工具书,真是不可多得的教材。
  •     正准备学习,看不太懂啊
  •     适合初学CFD的同学。,书内容介绍太多
  •     还是要循序渐进吧,书中的插图多以蓝白相间
  •     我觉得没有必要用两种单位制来讲述的,解决燃眉之急
  •     感觉不错~~~,不错不错
  •     正版的书,通俗易懂。适合刚接触这方面的而非搞力学专业的同学阅读。
  •     经典,看了下居然和之前买的一本重复了
  •     经典教材的翻译,蛮满意
  •     这本书还好,适合入门
  •     是一部不错的专业参考书···,这本英文的有错误的地方
  •     比较经典,但是光盘质量不是很好的有杂音。
  •     讲的条理性不强,增长点见识
  •     好好看看。,对于想了解并从事流体力学的人来说
  •     不错的书籍,适合初学者
  •     印刷有误,很强大!虽然是翻译的。
 

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