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By Michael Schäfer

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ISBN-13: 9783540306856

This e-book is an creation to trendy numerical tools in engineering. It covers purposes in fluid mechanics, structural mechanics, and warmth move because the so much suitable fields for engineering disciplines reminiscent of computational engineering, medical computing, mechanical engineering in addition to chemical and civil engineering. The content material covers all facets within the interdisciplinary box that are crucial for an ''up-to-date'' engineer.

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20) ji = −D ∂c ∂xi for the mass flux j = ji ei is known as Fick’s law. With this, the corresponding equation for the species transport reads: ∂ ∂(ρc) + ∂t ∂xi ρvi c − D ∂c ∂xi = R. 23) The types of boundary conditions and their meaning for species transport problems are fully analogous to that for the heat transport. 3 the analogy between heat and species transport is summarized. 23) will be used in the following frequently for different purposes as an exemplary model equation. 3. Analogy of heat and species transport Heat transport Species transport Temperature T Heat conductivity κ Heat flux h Heat source q Concentration c Diffusion coefficient D Mass flux j Mass source R which is called general scalar transport equation.

10) is recovered. , cars, trains, elevators, . . ). The problem situation is illustrated schematically in Fig. 19 for rectangular objects moving with velocities v1 and v2 . Along with the objects two moving coordinate systems with c = v1 and c = v2 can be employed together with the corresponding boundary conditions as indicated in Fig. 19. As an example, Fig. 20 shows the pressure distribution within the fluid at 4 points in time during the passing-by of the objects. v=0 c=0 v2 c = v2 Interfaces w=0 Interfaces v1 c = v1 c=0 w=0 v=0 Fig.

X3 ✻ ❄ ❄ ❄ fq ❄ ❄ x3 ❄ ❄ ❄ ❄ ✲ x1 QL ✛ ✲ L ❄ ✻ A(x1 ) ✲ x2 Cross-sectional area Fig. 9. Beam under vertical load Under the assumptions for the shear-rigid beam, the displacement u1 can be expressed by the inclination of the bending line u3 (deflection parallel to the x3 -axis): u1 = −x3 ∂u3 . ∂x1 In the strain tensor, just as for the tensile bar, only the component ε11 = ∂u1 ∂ 2 u3 = −x3 ∂x1 ∂x21 is different from zero. 41) where fq = fq (x1 ) denotes the continuous lateral load (uniform load) of the beam in x3 -direction.

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