## An Introduction to Computational Fluid Mechanics |

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### Contents

Chapter One Dynamics of a Body Moving Through a Fluid Medium | 1 |

Chapter Two Inviscid Fluid Flows | 69 |

Chapter Three Viscous Fluid Flows | 215 |

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according angle applied approximated ASSIGN assumed becomes body boundary conditions CALL caused coefficient components computed considered constant constructed containing CONTINUE coordinates curve cylinder DATA defined derivative described determined differential equation dimensionless direction distance distribution drag equal equation error example expression field FIGURE flow fluid force FORMATI formula governing grid points horizontal initial integration ITER layer method motion moving numerical obtained origin panel plane plate plotted positive potential present pressure printed problem Program range region replaced REPRESENTS respectively result RETURN Reynolds number right-hand side scheme SECONDS sheet shown in Fig shows solution solving specified speed sphere step stream function streamline strength subroutine surface symbols temperature tube uniform variables vector velocity viscous vortex vortices wall wave wing WRITE zero ܘ ܘ ܘ ܘܘ ܘܘܘ