Computation and Analysis of Turbulent Flows
Aim & Scope
Computation and Analysis of Turbulent Flows addresses not only the fundamental areas in turbulence modeling, theory, and numerical simulation, but also the latest developments.
The volumes in this series cover a wide range of topics, including:
algorithms for numerical simulation of turbulence
models for Reynolds averaged and eddy resolving simulation
methods of data-driven modelling
modal decomposition of data fields
environmental turbulence compressible and hypersonic turbulence
This series provides a valuable resource across a range of disciplines in which turbulence plays a significant role. Each volume is edited by prominent researchers, with chapters authored by leading experts. Thereby the volumes provide instructional content, as well as summarizing essential research directions.
For more information about the series or to submit a proposal, please contact the Acquisitions Editor, Sophie Harrison, at [email protected].
Within these volumes, non-specialists will find treatments that may help them understand recent developments and broaden their knowledge of turbulent flow. Specialists will find distilled, insightful treatments; professors will find pedagogical material; code developers will learn recent models and methods.
Joseph C and Elizabeth A. Anderlik Professor
Iowa State University, Turbulence Simulation and Modeling Laboratory, Department of Aerospace Engineering, USA