By Ernst Heinrich Hirschel, Egon Krause

This quantity comprises 37 invited contributions, gathered to have a good time 100 volumes of the NNFM sequence. After a basic creation overviews are given in 5 elements of the advancements in numerical fluid mechanics and comparable fields. within the first half information regarding the sequence is given, its origins are mentioned, in addition to its atmosphere and the German and eu high-performance laptop scene. partly II the co-editors of the sequence provide brief surveys over advancements of their international locations. present purposes, generally within the aerospace zone, but in addition within the automobile area, are mentioned partly III. purposes to stream difficulties in engineering and physics, starting from hydraulic equipment to astrophysics, are the subjects of half IV. Algorithms, desktop technological know-how, advertisement CFD, public partnerships in high-performance computing, and improvement as much as petaflops desktops are taken care of partially V. All volumes, which have been released within the sequence ultimately are indexed partially VI.

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Funding began in 1983. The various projects of the program were worked out by scientists of the universities in Aachen, Berlin, Bochum, Darmstadt, Erlangen-Nürnberg, Hamburg, Heidelberg, Kaiserslautern, Karlsruhe, Kiel, München, Paderborn, and Stuttgart, and of the research centers DFVLR Göttingen and Oberpfaffenhofen, IBM Heidelberg, and GMD St. Augustin. One third of the projects was submitted by applied mathematicians. First results were presented at a colloquium at the DFG in Bonn in 1985. The contributions were published by E.

Univ. Stuttgart – Univ. : Univ. Stuttgart – Univ. Piere et Marie Curie, Paris. As in the previous priority programs the strengthening of the cooperation between engineers and applied mathematicians was a second important goal of the program: The algorithms to be developed should now be geared to the fast changes in the architecture of high-performance computers. Relevant topics of fluid dynamics referred to turbulence, combustion, convection and interface problems. First results of the program were discussed at the fifth CNRS-DFG workshop on the Simulation of Three-Dimensional Turbulent and Vortical Flows, organized by Professors R.

H. Hirschel and W. Geller at the DFVLR in Cologne-Porz, October 8 to 10, 1975. It was attended by approximately 100 persons from seven countries. 30 papers were presented on topics from aerodynamics, environmental sciences, hydrodynamics, medicine, meteorology, and nuclear energy. Besides V. V. Rusanow from the USSR Academy of Science, some more persons from the Soviet Union could participate thanks to the efforts of K. Roesner to acquire funding for them. He was able to secure this kind of support at least for the second and the third conference, which were held also at the DFVLR in Cologne-Porz.

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