Handbook of Mathematical Fluid DynamicsEdited by
- S. Friedlander
- D. Serre
1. Mathematics departments and institutes.2. Physics departments and institutes, geophysics.3. Engineering establishments, oceanography, meteorology.
Hardbound, 680 Pages
Published: October 2004
"This three volume Handbook provides a comprehensive overview of the fascinating variety of mathematics that arise from the study of fluid motion. Altogether 3388 references are cited. The Handbook will certainly become the standard work in Mathematical Fluid Dynamics." K. Gersten in: ZAMM 85, No. 9, 617 (2005) "This volume is an excellent resource for both physicists and mathematicians at the level of graduate student and above, and is recommended for academic libraries serving researchers in these fields." in: E-STREAMS Vol. 8, No. 5 - May 2005
- Contents Preface. 1. From particles to fluids (R. Esposito, M. Pulvirenti).2. Two dimensional Euler system and the vortex patches problem (J.-Y. Chemin).3. Harmonic analysis tools for solving the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations (M. Cannone).4. Boundary layers (E. Grenier).5. Stability of large-amplitude shock waves of compressible Navier-Stokes equations (K. Zumbrun, H. K. Jenssen, G. Lyng).6. Some mathematical problems in geophysical fluid dynamics (R. Temam, M. Ziane).