Discover Computational Fluid Dynamics Fundamentals: The Finite Volume Method, a new book by Professor Clovis R. Maliska
With a dedicated methodology for the fundamental study of Computational Fluid Mechanics (CFD), the book has been released by Springer and is now available for purchase.
Numerical simulation, the object of this text, is an essential computational methodology to understand physical phenomena and assist in equipment design. Using simulation software makes it possible to optimize products and processes, reduce development costs and speed up the conclusion of engineering projects, making companies more competitive.
Therefore, students and professionals in the area must be trained to apply these tools in their work and research routines. However, despite the high demand for instructing engineers, didactic materials that offer a basic methodology in presenting the fundamentals for teaching CFD, are still scarce in the global market.
To meet this demand, Springer has just published the book “Fundamentals of Computational Fluid Dynamics: The Finite Volume Method”, authored by Professor Clovis R. Maliska. The book is available in English in print and digital versions.
Professor Maliska is well recognized internationally as a reference in CFD teaching. His first book, “Heat Transfer and Computational Fluid Mechanics”, is a reference material in Brazilian universities. His new book follows the same teaching line, with expanded topics and new subjects that cater from undergraduate courses to experts in the subject.
Designed to be used as a base text for teaching CFD, the book brings the fundamentals necessary for the numerical simulation of fluid flow problems in a clear and accessible language, contributing to the education and training of professionals in the field.
Moreover, having a book by a Brazilian researcher published in an international publisher such as Springer is a great recognition for brazilian science. According to Professor Maliska, “having texts available that allow learning numerical techniques aids national engineering, makes it more competitive, and enables innovation projects. Scientific developments, in any area, when applied to engineering for the production of goods that society needs, are the perfect combination for the development of a country.
The book “Fundamentals of Computational Fluid Dynamics: The Finite Volume Method” is available for purchase on Springer’s website and at bookstores.