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Analysis of the K-epsilon Turbulence Model (Wiley-Masson Series Research in Applied Mathematics) Paperback – 3 Mar 1994


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good contents, not that good presentation 20 July 2000
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Format: Paperback
althought O. Pironneau does very good consulting books, this one is not to be taken as a text book. is highly recomended for researchers which already have some experience in the subject. as the title says, it is a very complete analysis of turbulence models, including the (perhaps) most popular one, the k-epsilon. some theoretical and numerical aspects are well presented, in a rather technical way, and it requires lots of atention to get the details.
i would recomend it for a graduate course or seminar, at least, because it is obvious the authors didn't write it thinking pedagogically.
good contents, not that good presentation 20 July 2000
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
althought O. Pironneau does very good consulting books, this one is not to be taken as a text book. is highly recomended for researchers which already have some experience in the subject. as the title says, it is a very complete analysis of turbulence models, including the (perhaps) most popular one, the k-epsilon. some theoretical and numerical aspects are well presented, in a rather technical way, and it requires lots of atention to get the details.
i would recomend it for a graduate course or seminar, at least, because it is obvious the authors didn't write it thinking pedagogically.
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