Moving boundaries VI: computational modelling of free and moving boundary problems
B. Šarler, C. A. Brebbia
WIT, 2001 - Mathematics - 252 pages
Featuring papers presented at the sixth international conference on this topic, this book is divided under the following headings: Phase Change; Free Surface Flow; Numerical Methods; Special Interface Problems; Fracture and Contact Problems.
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Simulation and control of industrial crystal growth of BaF2
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