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 | Post date: 2019/12/7 | 

 A fluid mechanics book by Dr. Iman Farahbakhsh titled “Krylov Subspace Methods with Application in Incompressible Fluid Flow Solvers” has been published by John Wiley & Sons publishing. The book covers a breadth of topics, including: The different methods used in solving the systems of equations with ill-conditioned and well-conditioned matrices. It has been written in the simplest language possible which makes it easy to follow for graduate students and applied mathematicians alike according to Wiley’s website. Dr. Farahbakhsh is a professor in the Marine Engineering Department of AUT, active in our Bandar Abbas campus. To learn more about this book please check:

A succinct and complete explanation of Krylov subspace methods for solving systems of equations

Krylov Subspace Methods with Application in Incompressible Fluid Flow Solvers is the most current and complete guide to the implementation of Krylov subspace methods for solving systems of equations with different types of matrices.

Written in the simplest language possible and eliminating ambiguities, the text is easy to follow for post-grad students and applied mathematicians alike. The book covers a breadth of topics, including:

  • The different methods used in solving the systems of equations with ill-conditioned and well-conditioned matrices
  • The behavior of Krylov subspace methods in the solution of systems with ill-posed singular matrices
  • Expertly supported with the addition of a companion website hosting computer programs of appendices

The book includes executable subroutines and main programs that can be applied in CFD codes as well as appendices that support the results provided throughout the text. There is no other comparable resource to prepare the reader to use Krylov subspace methods in incompressible fluid flow solvers.

 



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