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Collective Modes in Inhomogeneous Plasmas: Kinetic and Advanced Fluid Theory

12 August 2011

**Collective Modes in Inhomogeneous Plasmas: Kinetic and Advanced Fluid Theory**

Collective Modes in Inhomogeneous Plasmas: Kinetic and Advanced Fluid Theory presents the collective drift and MHD-type modes in inhomogeneous plasmas from the point of view of two-fluid and kinetic theory. Written by an internationally respected plasma transport theoretician, this introductory monograph emphasizes the description of the plasma rather than the geometry to present a more general approach to a large class of plasma problems. Starting with generalized fluid equations for low frequency phenomena, the author shows how drift waves and MHD-type modes can arise from the effects of inhomogeneities in the plasma. The kinetic description is then presented to reveal a host of phenomena ranging from vortex modes and finite Larmor radius effects to trapped and fast particle instabilities, transport, diffusion, and other advanced fluid effects. Theoretical and computational plasma physicists modeling confined plasmas will find this illustrated book a very valuable addition to their collection. ...

12 August 2011

1999 | 200 | ISBN: 0750305894 | CHM | 1 Mb

Collective Modes in Inhomogeneous Plasmas: Kinetic and Advanced Fluid Theory presents the collective drift and MHD-type modes in inhomogeneous plasmas from the point of view of two-fluid and kinetic theory. Written by an internationally respected plasma transport theoretician, this introductory monograph emphasizes the description of the plasma rather than the geometry to present a more general approach to a large class of plasma problems. Starting with generalized fluid equations for low frequency phenomena, the author shows how drift waves and MHD-type modes can arise from the effects of inhomogeneities in the plasma. The kinetic description is then presented to reveal a host of phenomena ranging from vortex modes and finite Larmor radius effects to trapped and fast particle instabilities, transport, diffusion, and other advanced fluid effects. Theoretical and computational plasma physicists modeling confined plasmas will find this illustrated book a very valuable addition to their collection. ...

Digital Tutors - Maya Ultimate Fluids

7 November 2012

**Digital Tutors - Maya Ultimate Fluids | 1 CD | 403 MB**

Ultimate Fluids" concentrates on mastering Maya``s integrated fluid technology to achieve tremendous professionalism in simulating and rendering advanced fluid effects. Each interactive lesson is presented in clear and easy to follow steps, designed to save time and increase productivity throughout your workflow. Popular topics covered in "Ultimate Fluids" include: realistic fire and smoke effects, Navier-Stokes Fluid Solvers, Spring Mesh Fluid Solvers, interacting fluids with particles, fine-tuning fluid container properties, expression-controlled fluids, advanced heat dynamics, combustible fluids, soft surface simulations, realistic liquid simulations, converting fluids to polygons, and an array of additional lessons designed to give you the ability to create stunning fluid effects with complete professionalism.

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7 November 2012

Ultimate Fluids" concentrates on mastering Maya``s integrated fluid technology to achieve tremendous professionalism in simulating and rendering advanced fluid effects. Each interactive lesson is presented in clear and easy to follow steps, designed to save time and increase productivity throughout your workflow. Popular topics covered in "Ultimate Fluids" include: realistic fire and smoke effects, Navier-Stokes Fluid Solvers, Spring Mesh Fluid Solvers, interacting fluids with particles, fine-tuning fluid container properties, expression-controlled fluids, advanced heat dynamics, combustible fluids, soft surface simulations, realistic liquid simulations, converting fluids to polygons, and an array of additional lessons designed to give you the ability to create stunning fluid effects with complete professionalism.

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Mathematical Modeling for Complex Fluids and Flows

14 March 2012

**Mathematical Modeling for Complex Fluids and Flows**

2012 | 283 pages | PDF | 1.8 MB

Mathematical Modeling for Complex Fluids and Flows provides researchers and engineering practitioners encountering fluid flows with state-of-the-art knowledge in continuum concepts and associated fluid dynamics. In doing so it supplies the means to design mathematical models of these flows that adequately express the engineering physics involved. It exploits the implicit link between the turbulent flow of classical Newtonian fluids and the laminar and turbulent flow of non-Newtonian fluids such as those required in food processing and polymeric flows. The book develops a descriptive mathematical model articulated through continuum mechanics concepts for these non-Newtonian, viscoelastic fluids and turbulent flows. Each complex fluid and flow is examined in this continuum context as well as in combination with the turbulent flow of viscoelastic fluids. Some details are also explored via kinetic theory, especially viscoelastic fluids and their treatment with the Boltzmann equation. Both solution and modeling strategies for turbulent flows are laid out using continuum concepts, including a description of constructing polynomial representations and accounting for non-inertial and curvature effects. Ranging from fundamental concepts to practical methodology, and including discussion of emerging technologies, this book is ideal for those requiring a single-source assessment of current practice in this intricate yet vital field.

14 March 2012

2012 | 283 pages | PDF | 1.8 MB

Mathematical Modeling for Complex Fluids and Flows provides researchers and engineering practitioners encountering fluid flows with state-of-the-art knowledge in continuum concepts and associated fluid dynamics. In doing so it supplies the means to design mathematical models of these flows that adequately express the engineering physics involved. It exploits the implicit link between the turbulent flow of classical Newtonian fluids and the laminar and turbulent flow of non-Newtonian fluids such as those required in food processing and polymeric flows. The book develops a descriptive mathematical model articulated through continuum mechanics concepts for these non-Newtonian, viscoelastic fluids and turbulent flows. Each complex fluid and flow is examined in this continuum context as well as in combination with the turbulent flow of viscoelastic fluids. Some details are also explored via kinetic theory, especially viscoelastic fluids and their treatment with the Boltzmann equation. Both solution and modeling strategies for turbulent flows are laid out using continuum concepts, including a description of constructing polynomial representations and accounting for non-inertial and curvature effects. Ranging from fundamental concepts to practical methodology, and including discussion of emerging technologies, this book is ideal for those requiring a single-source assessment of current practice in this intricate yet vital field.

Relativistic Fluids and Magneto-fluids: With Applications in Astrophysics and Plasma Physics

12 May 2011

**Relativistic Fluids and Magneto-fluids: With Applications in Astrophysics and Plasma Physics**

0521018129A unified and systematic treatment of the main results and techniques of relativistic fluid dynamics with an emphasis on waves and shock waves. The first four chapters provide an introduction to the fundamental principles of relativistic fluid dynamics and magneto-fluids. The remaining chapters present specific topics, including non-linear electromagnetic waves in relativistic cold plasmas, relativistic asymptotic waves, and relativistic shock waves. Examples of the applications of the theory to plasma physics, nuclear physics and astrophysics are presented. ...

12 May 2011

1989 | 352 | ISBN: 0521304067 | DJVU | 2 Mb

0521018129A unified and systematic treatment of the main results and techniques of relativistic fluid dynamics with an emphasis on waves and shock waves. The first four chapters provide an introduction to the fundamental principles of relativistic fluid dynamics and magneto-fluids. The remaining chapters present specific topics, including non-linear electromagnetic waves in relativistic cold plasmas, relativistic asymptotic waves, and relativistic shock waves. Examples of the applications of the theory to plasma physics, nuclear physics and astrophysics are presented. ...

3ds Max Fluids - Working with Ocean and Fluids 1-13

30 November 2012

**3ds Max Fluids - Working with Ocean and Fluids 1-13**

English | MP4 | 1280x720 | h264, yuv420p, 30.00 fps(r) | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | 6.12 GB

*Genre: eLearning*

In this Citizen video for 3ds max, we’ll start working on a big and exciting series. We’ll talk about water, fluids, ocean, and fluid dynamic. We’ll take a look at how to solve fluid dynamic problems using 3ds max, some plug-ins as Frost to create fluid meshes, Krakatoa to render foam and spray, PFlow and Thinking Particles to simulate spray and foam, Realflow and Naiad to create complex fluid dynamic simulation or simulate the water level, etc etc.

30 November 2012

English | MP4 | 1280x720 | h264, yuv420p, 30.00 fps(r) | aac, 44100 Hz, stereo | 6.12 GB

In this Citizen video for 3ds max, we’ll start working on a big and exciting series. We’ll talk about water, fluids, ocean, and fluid dynamic. We’ll take a look at how to solve fluid dynamic problems using 3ds max, some plug-ins as Frost to create fluid meshes, Krakatoa to render foam and spray, PFlow and Thinking Particles to simulate spray and foam, Realflow and Naiad to create complex fluid dynamic simulation or simulate the water level, etc etc.

Digital Tutors - Ultimate Fluids in Maya

25 January 2011

**Digital Tutors - Ultimate Fluids in Maya **

eLearning | 634.29 MB

Learn how to create advanced fluid effects in Maya resulting in extraordinary realism with 3.5 hours of interactive training. Great for intermediate and advanced users. Popular highlights include: Realistic Fire and Smoke Effects; Navier-Stokes Fluid Solvers; Spring Mesh Fluid Solvers; Interacting Fluids with Particles; Fluid Container Properties; Expression-controlled Fluids; Advanced Heat Dynamics; Combustible Fluids; Soft Surface Simulations; Realistic Liquid Simulations; Converting Fluids to Polygons;

25 January 2011

eLearning | 634.29 MB

Learn how to create advanced fluid effects in Maya resulting in extraordinary realism with 3.5 hours of interactive training. Great for intermediate and advanced users. Popular highlights include: Realistic Fire and Smoke Effects; Navier-Stokes Fluid Solvers; Spring Mesh Fluid Solvers; Interacting Fluids with Particles; Fluid Container Properties; Expression-controlled Fluids; Advanced Heat Dynamics; Combustible Fluids; Soft Surface Simulations; Realistic Liquid Simulations; Converting Fluids to Polygons;

Inhomogeneous Cosmological Models

30 September 2011

**Inhomogeneous Cosmological Models**

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30 September 2011

1997 | 334 | ISBN: 0521481805 | DJVU | 3 Mb

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Eigenvalues of Inhomogeneous Structure: Unusual Closed-Form Solution

1 December 2013

**Eigenvalues of Inhomogeneous Structures: Unusual Closed-Form Solutions**

English | 2004 | ISBN: 0849328926 | 752 pages | PDF | 4.4 Mb

The engineering community generally accepts that there exists only a small set of closed-form solutions for simple cases of bars, beams, columns, and plates. Despite the advances in powerful computing and advanced numerical techniques, closed-form solutions remain important for engineering; these include uses for preliminary design, for evaluation of the accuracy of approximate and numerical solutions, and for evaluating the role played by various geometric and loading parameters.

1 December 2013

English | 2004 | ISBN: 0849328926 | 752 pages | PDF | 4.4 Mb

The engineering community generally accepts that there exists only a small set of closed-form solutions for simple cases of bars, beams, columns, and plates. Despite the advances in powerful computing and advanced numerical techniques, closed-form solutions remain important for engineering; these include uses for preliminary design, for evaluation of the accuracy of approximate and numerical solutions, and for evaluating the role played by various geometric and loading parameters.

Fluids and Electrolytes Demystified

7 November 2010

**Fluids and Electrolytes Demystified**

The balanced way to learn about fluids and electrolytes Need a solid foundation in fluids and electrolytes but finding this complex subject difficult to permeate? Here's the solution! Fluids and Electrolytes Demystified makes everything so easy to understand, you'll feel like you're learning through osmosis....

7 November 2010

McGraw-Hill 2008 | 304 | ISBN: 0071496246 | PDF | 1 Mb

The balanced way to learn about fluids and electrolytes Need a solid foundation in fluids and electrolytes but finding this complex subject difficult to permeate? Here's the solution! Fluids and Electrolytes Demystified makes everything so easy to understand, you'll feel like you're learning through osmosis....

The Formation of Shocks in 3-Dimensional Fluids

2 September 2010**The Formation of Shocks in 3-Dimensional Fluids**

2 September 2010

European Mathematical Society 2007 | 1001 | ISBN: 3037190310 | PDF | 8 Mb

The equations describing the motion of a perfect fluid were first formulated by Euler in 1752. These equations were among the first partial differential equations to be written down, but, after a lapse of two and a half centuries, we are still far from adequately understanding the observed phenomena which are supposed to lie within their domain of validity. These phenomena include the formation and evolution of shocks in compressible fluids, the subject of the present monograph. The first work on shock formation was done by Riemann in 1858. However, his analysis was limited to the simplified case of one space dimension. Since then, several deep physical insights have been attained and new methods of mathematical analysis invented. Nevertheless, the theory of the formation and evolution of shocks in real three-dimensional fluids has remained up to this day fundamentally incomplete. This monograph considers the relativistic Euler equations in three space dimensions for a perfect fluid with an arbitrary equation of state. The author considers initial data for these equations which outside a sphere coincide with the data corresponding to a constant state. Under suitable restriction on the size of the initial departure from the constant state, he establishes theorems that give a complete description of the maximal classical development. In particular, it is shown that the boundary of the domain of the maximal classical development has a singular part where the inverse density of the wave fronts vanishes, signalling shock formation. The theorems give a detailed description of the geometry of this singular boundary and a detailed analysis of the behavior of the solution there. A complete picture of shock formation in three-dimensional fluids is thereby obtained. The approach is geometric, the central concept being that of the acoustical spacetime manifold. A publication of the European Mathematical Society (EMS). Distributed within the Americas by the American Mathemati ...