## Finite Element Flow Analysis: Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Finite Element Methods in Flow Problems Held at Chuo University, Tokyo, on July 26-29, 1982 |

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### Contents

Some Applications of Finite Element Techniques to Nonlinear Free Surface | 3 |

Finite Element Methods for the Transient NavierStokes Shallow Water | 17 |

Where Finite Element | 27 |

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