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The aim of this series is to publish promptly and in a de- tailed form new material from the field of Numerical Fluid Mechanics including the use of advanced computer systems. Published are reports on specialized conferences, workshops, research programs, and monographs. Contents: This volume contains nineteen reports on work, which is conducted since 1998 in the Collaborative Research Programme "Numerical Flow Simulation" of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS) and the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG). French and German engineers and mathematicians present their joint research on the topics "Development of Solution Techniques", "Crystal Growth and Melts", "Flows of Reacting Gases", and "Turbulent Flows". In the background of their work is the still strong growth of the performance of super-computer architectures, which, together with large advances in algorithms, is opening vast new application areas of numerical flow simulation in research and industrial work. Results of this programme from the period 1996 to 1998 have been presented in NNFM 66 (1998)
Towards a Parallel Hybrid Highly Accurate Navier-Stokes Solver.- Self-Organizing Hybrid Cartesian Grid Generation and Solutions for Arbitrary Geometries.- CD2D3D- a Package to Solve Convection Dominated Problems Employing Ordering Techniques.- Development of Navier-Stokes Solvers on Hybrid Grids.- High Performance Computer Codes and their Application to Optimize Crystal Growth Processes, II.- Spline Volume Tracking for Interfacial Flows.- Modeling of Free Surfaces in Casting Processes.- Parallel Computation of the Saturation Process in a Nonlinear Dynamo Model.- Investigation of the Flow Characteristics Occuring in Flame Stabilization Processes.- Modeling Partially Premixed Turbulent Combustion.- Development of a Parallel Unstructured Multigrid Solver for Laminar Flame Simulations with Detailed Chemistry and Transport.- Numerical Methods for Weakly Compressible Reactive Flows.- Numerical Simulation of Shock Wave Interaction Effects on Supersonic Mixing Layer Growth.- Large Eddy Simulation of Flow Around Circular Cylinders on Structured and Unstructured Grids, II.- Direct Numerical and Statistical Simulation of Turbulent Boundary Layer Flows with Pressure Gradient.- DNS and LES of a Backward-Facing Step Flow Using 2nd and 4th Order Spatial Discretization and LES of the Spatial Development of Mixing of Turbulent Streams with Non-Equilibrium Inflow Conditions.- LES of Turbulent Boundary Layers and Wakes.- Adaptive Wavelet Methods for the Navier-Stokes Equations.- Analysis of Discretization and Modeling Errors in Complex Three-Dimensional Flows.