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"This book presents a wide variety of numerical methods for fluid dynamics. … The material is well organized and quite thorough. The authors should be commended for including material on the actual implementation of methods that other texts do not give. … This book should be a useful reference for computational scientists and engineers engaged in the numerical simulation of fluid flows." (John C. Strikwerda, Mathematical Reviews, 2005k)
"The authors present the current state-of-the-art of numerical techniques for computing low-Mach number fluid flows. … Many subjects are described in full detail, and the reader can find all the necessary information to write a code. … more than 600 given references provide comprehensive information on the state-of-the art that an interested reader may consult. … In conclusion, this book represents a highly valuable tool for researchers involved in the numerical simulation of incompressible flows." (Renzo Arina and Maurizio Pandolfi, Meccanica, Vol. 42, 2007)
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