## Finite Elements in Fluids, Finite Elements and Flow ProblemsRichard H. Gallagher, Graham F. Carey, J. Tinsley Oden, O. C. Zienkiewicz Vol. 1-2, 3, 5- contain, respectively, selected papers from the [1st] (1974), 2nd (1976), 4th (1982)- International Symposium on Finite Element Methods in Flow Problems; v. 4 contains selected papers from the 3rd (1980) International Conference on Finite Elements in Flow Problems (Publisher uses this name for all the above conferences); |

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R H Gallagher | 1 |

A Threedimentional Twostep Explicit Finite Element Method | 9 |

Highspeed Compressible Flow and Other Advectiondominated | 41 |

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algorithm analysis applied Axelsson BFGS method block boundary conditions calculation coefficients Comp compressible flow conjugate gradient conjugate gradient method constant convection convergence coordinates defined denotes diagonal discretization domain Edited by R. H. efficient elliptic error estimates Euler equations example factorization finite difference finite element method flow problems fluid Fortin G. F. Carey Galerkin Galerkin method Glowinski governing equations Gresho grid group finite element hyperbolic incompressible inf-sup condition interpolation iterative methods J. T. Oden linear mass operators matrix Mech mesh Meth mixed finite element Navier-Stokes equations nodal nodes nonlinear O. C. Zienkiewicz obtained partial differential equations present procedure R. H. Gallagher refinement satisfy the inf-sup scalar scheme Section shape functions shown in Figure simulation solution solving space spatial spin-up splitting steady-state step storage streamlines superconvergence techniques temperature three-dimensional time-split time-step transient values variables vector velocity viscous flow weight functions Zienkiewicz