Computational Fluid Mechanics Malestrom
The dramatic improvements in supercomputing power of recent years are making possible simulations of fluid flows on grids of unprecedented size. The need for all this grid resolution is caused by the nearly universal phenomenon of fluid turbulence. Turbulence develops out of shear instabilities, convective instabilities, and Rayleigh-Taylor instabilities, as well as from shock interactions with any of these.
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