Multicomponent and Multiscale Systems
This book examines the latest research results from combined multi-component and multi-scale explorations. It provides theory, considers underlying numerical methods and presents brilliant computational experimentation. Engineering computations featured in this monograph further offer particular interest to many researchers, engineers and computational scientists working in frontier modeling and applications of multicomponent and multiscale problems. Professor Geiser gives specific attention to the aspects of decomposing and splitting delicate structures and controlling decomposition and the rationale behind many important applications of multi-component and multi-scale analysis. Multicomponent and Multiscale Systems: Theory, Methods and Applications in Engineering also considers the question of why iterative methods can be powerful and more appropriate for well-balanced multiscale and multicomponent coupled nonlinear problems. The book is ideal for engineers and scientists working in theoretical and applied areas.
Reinforces thorough understanding with a well-balanced complement of theory and practical applicationsIllustrates simulation methods employed in various engineeringStrategies and their modifications to structure-preserving approachesDecomposes highly-precise multiscale and multicomponent problems to simpler and more-effectively solvable problemsMaximizes reader insights into a wide range of engineering problems, including heat and mass transfer, plasma simulation and hydrodynamic problems with respect to multiscale and multicomponent approaches