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This is the first of four volumes which cover essential areas of fluid mechanics in an admirable breadth and depth. The series is ideally suited for MSc students reading Mathematics, Engineering, or Physics as well as PhD students. Established researchers in the field will also benefit from the precision and clarity achieved by the authors, which among others provides the reader and here is some similarity with the Theoretical Physics series by Landau & Lifshitz with a glimpse into the Russian school of fluid dynamics. (Alfred Kluwick, Institute of Fluid Mechanics and Heat Transfer, TU Wien)

This reviewer finds the book to be a desirable addition to the existing textbooks. (S. C. Rajvanshi, Zentralblatt MATH)

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Anatoly Ruban: 1972: Received 1st class degree in Physics from Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology (MPhTI) 1977: PhD in Physics and Mathematics from Central Aerohydrodynamic Institute (TsAGI), Moscow 1991: Degree of Doctor of Science in Physics and Mathematics from Computing Centre of the Russian Academy of Sciences 1975 - 1995: Employed by TsAGI, starting as Junior Research Scientist and progressing to Head of Department of Gas Dynamics 1978 - 1995: Teaching at MPhPI, first as Associate Professor and then (1993 - 1995) as Professor in the Department of Theoretical Aerohydrodynamics 1995 - 2008: Chair in Computational Fluid Dynamics, University of Manchester, School of Mathematics 2008 - present: Chair in Applied Mathematics and Mathematical Physics, Imperial College London, Department of Mathematics Jitesh S.B. Gajjar: 1977: Received 1st Class Hons in Mathematics from Imperial College, London 1984: Received PhD from Mathematics Department, Imperial College, London 1983 - 1985: Research Scientist at British Maritime Technology, Teddington, UK 1985 - 1991: Lecturer in Mathematics Department at Exeter University 1991 - current: Mathematics Department, University of Manchester 2007 - current: Professor of Applied Mathematics, University of Manchester

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