By Ernst Heinrich Hirschel, Egon Krause
This quantity comprises 37 invited contributions, accumulated to have a good time 100 volumes of the NNFM sequence. After a common 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 setting and the German and ecu high-performance laptop scene. partially II the co-editors of the sequence supply brief surveys over advancements of their nations. present purposes, quite often within the aerospace zone, but in addition within the automobile region, are mentioned partially III. purposes to stream difficulties in engineering and physics, starting from hydraulic equipment to astrophysics, are the subjects of half IV. Algorithms, machine technology, advertisement CFD, public partnerships in high-performance computing, and improvement as much as petaflops desktops are taken care of partly V. All volumes, which have been released within the sequence eventually are indexed partly VI.
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Karlson. Second row: T. deNeef, K. Roesner, C, Weiland, L. Theilemann, H. H. Frühauf. 26 C. H. Hirschel There is no doubt that one reason for the successful work of the GAMMCommittee was the organization and performance of the GAMM-Workshops, which were the blueprint for coming similar activities worldwide. Mostly the organizers of these workshops were committee members. The ﬁrst one, organized by K. Förster, had the title "Boundary Algorithms for Multidimensional Inviscid Hyperbolic Flows" and was held in Stuttgart, Germany.
Peters, R. Rautmann, K. Roesner, W. Schönauer, J. Smolderen, W. Wesseling and H. J. Wirz. The "GAMM-Conferences on Numerical Methods in Fluid Mechanics", see below. The "GAMM-Workshops on Numerical Methods in Fluid Mechanics", see also below. 22 C. H. Hirschel The inﬂuence of the committee’s work was supported and strengthened by the establishment of the publication series "Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics" (NNFM) in 1978. The publisher was the German Vieweg Verlag, Wiesbaden, see the preceding contribution.
Wesseling, The Netherlands H. J. Wirz, Belgium 2 The Book Series "Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics" In 1974 the new committee of course discussed the matter of publications. A possible dedicated book series was not considered. The events took their course, when E. Krause was contacted by the publisher Vieweg, however not 7 The committee was no longer active acting beyond the year 1992, mainly due to the Europeanisation of the "GAMM-Conferences on Numerical Methods in Fluid Mechanics" into the conferences of the "European Committee on Computational Methods in Applied Sciences" (ECCOMAS), see below.