In November the book Advanced Computational Methods in Science and Engineering was published by Springer, edited by Barry Koren and Kees Vuik. The aim of the book is to show the state-of-the-art in computational science and engineering. It deals with fast and accurate numerical algorithms, model-order reduction, grid computing, immersed-boundary methods, and specific computational methods for simulating a wide variety of challenging problems. Examples of these problems are fluid-structure interaction, turbulent flames, bone-fracture healing, micro-electro-mechanical systems, failure of composite materials, storm surges, and particulate flows. The authors of the chapters are all specialists from the separate disciplines.
Baprry Koren and Kees Vuik (eds.),
Advanced Computational Methods in Science and
Engineering, Lecture Notes in Computational Science and Engineering, Vol. 71, Springer (2009). 498 p., Hardcover.