100 Volumes of ‘Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics’: 40 by Ernst Heinrich Hirschel, Egon Krause

By Ernst Heinrich Hirschel, Egon Krause

This quantity comprises 37 invited contributions, accrued to have a good time 100 volumes of the NNFM sequence. After a basic creation overviews are given in 5 components 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 machine scene. partly II the co-editors of the sequence provide brief surveys over advancements of their nations. present purposes, normally within the aerospace region, but additionally within the automobile area, are mentioned partly III. functions to move difficulties in engineering and physics, starting from hydraulic equipment to astrophysics, are the subjects of half IV. Algorithms, desktop technological know-how, advertisement CFD, public partnerships in high-performance computing, and improvement as much as petaflops desktops are handled partly V. All volumes, which have been released within the sequence eventually are indexed partly VI.

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Shokin, Institute of Computational Technologies of the Sibirian Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Novosibirsk, Russia, since 2005, – W. Schröder, RWTH Aachen, Germany, co-editor and designated general editor since 2007, general editor since 2008. The duties of the co-editors are, besides the promotion of the series also the acquisition of new volumes. H. Hirschel prospective volume editor(s), collects, checks and prepares the manuscript, and finally sends it to the publishing house for production.

Augustin. One third of the projects was submitted by applied mathematicians. First results were presented at a colloquium at the DFG in Bonn in 1985. The contributions were published by E. H. Hirschel in the Notes in volume 14 in 1986 [10]. The individual projects were reviewed by a group of external reviewers. In the following year a colloquium was organized in Bonn, to which representatives of the industry were invited. Fifteen papers were presented, dealing with applications of numerical methods in aircraft design, in aerodynamic problems of the automotive industry, in the design of turbomachinery, heat exchangers and furnaces, in reactor technology, and in problems of atmospheric circulation.

Extension of the initiative to other countries seems possible, if certain rules, securing the success of international and interdisciplinary cooperation are obeyed. The CNRS-DFG program would not have been as successful as it was, had it had not found strong administrative support. In recognition of his outstanding administrative management of the program the Directrice Générale of CNRS, Dr. G. Berger, awarded Dr. W. Lachenmeier the CNRS-Medal, officially given to him by Professor S. Candel, Ecole Centrale and Académie des Sciences de Paris, during the reception of the 26th of October 2002 in Nice.

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