New Developments in Hydrodynamics Research


Maximiano J. Ibragimov (Editor)
Miroslava A. Anisimov (Editor)

Series: Physics Research and Technology
BISAC: SCI095000

The concept of fluid is a highly successful model, used to describe the dynamics of many-particle systems. In this book, the authors present new developments in hydrodynamics research. Topics discussed include numerical methods for multi-physical magnetohydrodynamics; hydrodynamic flows versus geodesic motions in contemporary astrophysics and cosmology; fractal hydrodynamics model and its implications; laws of bubble coalescence and modeling; nuclear hydrodynamics in heavy-ion collisions; and fluid flow in nanotubes. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Numerical Methods for Multi-Physical Magnetohydrodynamics
(O. Anwar Bég, Aerospace Engineering, Department of Engineering and Mathematics, Sheffield, England, United Kingdom)

Hydrodynamic Flows versus Geodesic Motions in Contemporary Astrophysics and Cosmology
(Nikolaos K. Spyrou, Kostas Kleidis, Astronomy Department, Aristoteleion University of Thessaloniki, Thessaloniki, Greece, and others)
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Fractal Hydrodynamic Model and Its Implications
(Maricel Agop, Daniela Magop, Simona Bãcãiþã, Departament of Physics, “Gh. Asachi” Technical University, Iasi, Romania, and others)

Laws of Bubble Coalescence and their Modeling
(Boris Boshenyatov, Russian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Applied Mechanics of RAS, Moscow, Russia)

New Aspects of Nuclear Hydrodynamics in Heavy-Ion Collisions
(A.T. D’yachenko, Petersburg State Transport University, Physics Department, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation)

Fluid Flow in Nanotubes
(S.A. Chivilikhin, I.Yu. Popov, V.V. Gusarov, National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics, Saint-Petersburg State Institute of TechnologyTechnical University, Russia)

Boundary Control for the Plane Nonstationary Euler Hydrodynamic Problem with Free Boundary
(A.S. Demidov, A.S. Kochurov, V.Yu. Protasov, Moscow State University, Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics), Russia)

Critical Manifold in the Space of Contours in Stokes-Leibenson Problem for Hele-Shaw Flow
(A.S. Demidov, J.-P. Loheac, V. Runge, Moscow State University, Faculty of Mechanics and Mathematics, Russia, and others)


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