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Mathematical preliminaries – vector and tensor analysis
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Curvilinear co-ordinate systems and base vectors in E3
1.3 Metric tensors
1.4 Line, area, and volume elements
1.5 Generalized vectors and tensors
1.6 Christoffel symbols and covariant differentiation
1.7 Div, grad, and curl
1.8 Summary of formulas in two dimensions
1.9 The Riemann-Christoffel tensor
1.10 Orthogonal curvilinear co-ordinates
1.11 Tangential and normal derivatives – an introduction
Classical differential geometry of space-curves
2.1 Vector approach
2.2 The Serret-Frenet equations
2.3 Generalized co-ordinate approach
2.4 Metric tensor of a space-curve
Differential geometry of surfaces in E3
3.1 Equations of surfaces
3.2 Intrinsic geometry of surfaces
3.3 Surface covariant differentiation
3.4 Geodesic curves
3.5 Surface Frenet equations and geodesic curvature
3.7 Principal curvatures and lines of curvature
3.8 Weingarten, Gauss, and Gauss-Codazzi equations
3.9 Div, grad, and the Beltrami operator on surfaces
Structured grid generation – algebraic methods
4.1 Co-ordinate transformations
4.2 Unidirectional interpolation
4.2.1 Polynomial interpolation
4.2.2 Hermite interpolation polynomials
4.2.3 Cubic splines
4.3 Multidirectional interpolation and TFI
4.3.1 Projectors and bilinear mapping in two dimensions
4.3.2 Numerical implementation of TFI
4.3.3 Three-dimensional TFI
4.4 Stretching transformations
4.5 Two-boundary and multisurface methods
4.5.1 Two-boundary technique
4.5.2 Multisurface transformation
4.5.3 Numerical implementation
4.6 Website programs
4.6.1 Subdirectory: Book/univariate.gds
4.6.2 Subdirectory: Book/Algebra
4.6.3 Subdirectory: Book/bilinear.gds
4.6.4 Subdirectory: Book/tfi.gds
4.6.5 Subdirectory: Book/analytic.gds
Differential models for grid generation
5.1 The direct and inverse problems
5.2 Control functions
5.3 Univariate stretching functions
5.3.1 Orthogonality considerations
5.4 Conformal and quasi-conformal mapping
5.5 Numerical techniques
5.5.1 The Thomas Algorithm
5.5.2 Jacobi, Gauss-Seidel, SOR methods
5.5.3 The conjugate gradient method
5.6 Numerical solutions of Winslow equations
5.6.1 Thomas Algorithm
5.6.2 Orthogonality
5.7.2 Numerical aspects
5.8 Three-dimensional grid generation
5.9 Surface-grid generation model
5.10 Hyperbolic grid generation
5.11 Solving the hosted equations
5.11.1 An example
5.12 Multiblock grid generation
5.13 Website programs
5.13.1 Subdirectory: Book/Winslow.gds
5.13.2 Subdirectory: Book/one.d.gds
5.13.3 Subdirectory: Book/hyper.gds
5.13.4 Subdirectory: Book/p.d.Equations
Variational methods and adaptive grid generation
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Euler-Lagrange equations
6.3 One-dimensional grid generation
6.3.1 Variational approach
6.3.2 Dynamic adaptation
6.3.3 Space-curves
6.4 Two-dimensional grids
6.4.1 The L-functional and the Winslow model
6.4.2 The weighted L-functional
6.4.3 The weighted area-functional
6.4.4 Orthogonality-functional
6.4.5 Combination of functionals
6.4.6 Other orthogonality functionals
6.4.7 The Liao functionals
6.4.8 Surface grids
6.5 Harmonic maps
6.5.1 Surface grids
6.6 Website programs
6.6.1 Subdirectory: Book/var.gds
6.6.2 Subdirectory: Book/one.d.gds
Moving grids and time-dependent co-ordinate systems
7.1 Time-dependent co-ordinate transformations
7.2 Time-dependent base vectors
7.3 Transformation of generic convective terms
7.4 Transformation of continuity and momentum equations
7.4.1 Continuity equation
7.4.2 Momentum equations
7.5 Application to a moving boundary problem
Unstructured grid generation
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Delaunay triangulation
8.2.1 Basic geometric properties
8.2.2 The Bowyer-Watson algorithm
8.2.3 Point insertion strategies
8.3 Advancing front technique (AFT)
8.3.1 Introduction
8.3.2 Grid control
8.3.3 Searching algorithm
8.3.4 AFT algorithm
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Basic Structured Grid Generation - M. Farrashkhalvat and J.P. Miles

Basic Structured Grid Generation - M. Farrashkhalvat and J.P. Miles

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