## Finite Elements in Fluids, Volume 6Vol. 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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### Contents

R H Gallagher | 1 |

Finite Element Solution of Viscous Flow Problems | 89 |

Timesplit Finite Element Methods in Physical and Generalized | 115 |

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algorithm analysis applied boundary conditions calculation coefficients Comp compressible flow conjugate gradient conjugate gradient method constant convection convergence coordinates data structure defined denote diagonal discontinuous discretization domain Edited by R. H. efficient error estimates Euler equations Ewing explicit factorization finite difference finite element method flow problems formulation Fortin G. F. Carey Galerkin Galerkin method Glowinski Gresho grid group finite element incompressible inf-sup condition initial interface interpolation iterative methods J. T. Oden linear macro-cell matrix Mech mesh Meth mixed finite element mixed method Navier-Stokes equations nodal nodes nonlinear O. C. Zienkiewicz obtained parameter partial differential equations phase present pressure procedure R. H. Gallagher refinement reservoir simulation Reynolds number scheme second-order Section shape functions shown in Figure simulation solution solved space spin-up splitting steady-state streamlines superconvergence techniques temperature three-dimensional time-dependent time-step transient variables vector viscous viscous flow vorticity weight functions Zienkiewicz