## Finite Elements in Fluids, Volume 4Vol. 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

Mixed Finite Element Solution of Fluid Flow Problems | 1 |

Conservation Laws for Primitive Variable Formulations of | 21 |

A Theoretical Framework for PetrovGalerkin Methods with | 47 |

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