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By Ernst Heinrich Hirschel, Egon Krause

This quantity comprises 37 invited contributions, accumulated to rejoice 100 volumes of the NNFM sequence. After a basic advent overviews are given in 5 elements of the advancements in numerical fluid mechanics and comparable fields. within the first half information regarding the sequence is given, its origins are mentioned, in addition to its setting and the German and eu high-performance computing device scene. partly II the co-editors of the sequence supply brief surveys over advancements of their nations. present purposes, usually within the aerospace zone, but additionally within the automobile quarter, are mentioned partially III. functions to move difficulties in engineering and physics, starting from hydraulic equipment to astrophysics, are the subjects of half IV. Algorithms, machine technological know-how, advertisement CFD, public partnerships in high-performance computing, and improvement as much as petaflops pcs are handled partly V. All volumes, which have been released within the sequence eventually are indexed partly VI.

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100 Volumes of ‘Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics’: 40 Years of Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Aerodynamics in Retrospect

This quantity comprises 37 invited contributions, accrued to have fun 100 volumes of the NNFM sequence. After a normal creation overviews are given in 5 elements of the advancements in numerical fluid mechanics and comparable fields. within the first half information regarding the sequence is given, its origins are mentioned, in addition to its atmosphere and the German and eu high-performance laptop scene.

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All of them sincere thanks for the trustful, competent and effective cooperation. With pleasure acknowledged are the efforts of K. Förster in setting up the series and the always very pleasant and helpful cooperation with the coeditors. Finally thanks are due to the volume authors and editors, who trusted the series and who with their volumes established it and its reputation. The Origin of the Series in the GAMM-Committee for Numerical Methods in Fluid Mechanics C. H. Hirschel2 1 2 Föhrenstr. de Summary The NNFM series originated as publication organ of the GAMMCommittee for Numerical Methods in Fluid Mechanics.

Roesner, at that time at the Max Planck-Institut für Strömungsforschung in Göttingen. These meetings served to exchange information about the ongoing work and the machine capabilities available at the various research centers and universities. It was quite a surprise when an International Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics was announced for September 1970, proposed to be organized by Professor Maurice Holt of the University of California at Berkeley. According to the announcement it was the second of a new series, but little or nothing was known about the first.

Scientists of the Nuclear Research Center Jülich had repeatedly encouraged studies of such flows with numerical techniques; experimental techniques were difficult to use, as probes intruded into the flow would immediately disturb the flow pattern so much that results could barely be 32 E. Krause interpreted. First numerically simulated flows with strong rotation, obtained with a solution of the Navier-Stokes equations, were discussed at a colloquium on flow-processes in gas centrifuges, held at the DFVLR Research Center in Cologne in 1970 [7].

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