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Stabilized finite element methods in fluids: inspirations, origins, status and recent developments. (English) Zbl 1122.76346
Hughes, T.J.R. (ed.) et al., Recent developments in finite element analysis. A book dedicated to Robert L. Taylor. Barcelona: CIMNE (ISBN 84-87867-45-6). 272-292 (1994).
From the summary: We review the current status of stabilized finite element methods in fluids from the perspectives of methodology and algorithms. We also present summaries of some recent developments, namely, methods which allow the use of arbitrary variable sets in fluids and provide a unified framework for incompressible and compressible flows; initial applications to turbulent flows; and considerations of massively parallel computing.
For the entire collection see [Zbl 0959.00056].

76M10 Finite element methods applied to problems in fluid mechanics
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