With the recent development of adequate high speed parallel computing facilities it is becoming possible to utilize increasingly complex mathematical models that involve more aspects of the relevant physics. Hence, there is a rapidly growing need for the development of more complete analytical models and the appropriate algorithms for the numerical integration of these analytical models. Consequently, the objective of this book is to address these novel features thus building beyond the material published in the existing books and hopefully contributing to a new era of research in EMFD, which has been relatively dormant for the past three decades. The book will provide a background resource and theory to allow implementation of numerical analysis for unified EMFD flows.
- Numerical examples will include solutions of problems
- A starting point for researchers which provides a comparison of the traditional sub–models and the new unifying EMFD model for single phase and phase–changing fluid flows.
- Material for advanced graduate level courses on EMFD.
- Key references in archival media for further studies
- Numerous examples of numerical analysis and optimisation of EMFD