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Wish I could affor this.
Best book to actually learn CFD, it sets the CFD foundations extremely well.
A must read for anybody in the mathematical modelling field.

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This book tells the story in exceeding clear detail of how to set up a staggered grid, finite volume CFD code and eliminate pressure from the momentum equations using the author's SIMPLE (Semi Implicit Pressure Linked Equations) method. The emphasis is on a general method for coding transport equations of which the momentum equations are just a special case. With these tools the reader is equipped to write their own code or at least to understand the approach used in almost all commerical CFD codes. This is a crucial text in CFD by one of the founders of the discipline. 

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This book is so expensive, there are only 200+ pages. But I have to say that this is a good book.

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One of the easiest and most concretely presented books for engineers working on coding up a research CFD program. Focuses on the SIMPLE (Semi-Implicit Pressure Linked Equations) method. Author takes a very physically intuitive based approach to developing finite difference codes makes; I wore out my copy working on Fortran codes for MS-studies. 

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That is a really god book.

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Excellent book for engineers working on the field of CFD

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