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**Author:**Amilcare Pozzi

**ISBN:**9810214146

**Language:**English

**Pages:**252 pages

**Category:**Engineering

**Publisher:**World Scientific Publishing Company (March 1, 1994)

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Although Padé presented his fundamental paper at the end of the last century, the studies on Padé's approximants only became significant in the second part of this century. Padé procedure is related to the theory of continued fractions, and some. Padé procedure is related to the theory of continued fractions, and some convergence theorems can be expressed only in terms of continued fractions. Further, Padé approximants have some advantages of practical applicability with respect to the continued-fraction theory

The fourth part considers two examples of the application of Pade approximants to unsteady flows. Format Hardback 252 pages.

The fourth part considers two examples of the application of Pade approximants to unsteady flows. Dimensions 15. 5 x 22. 5 x 2. mm 47. 7g. Publication date 01 Mar 1994. Publisher World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd.

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Finally, the authors discuss physical applications of linear chaotic dynamical systems.

The solution is found in the form of a power series in time, Fourier series in space with the equation of motion written as a quadratic operation on the Fourier–Taylor coefficients of a single component of vorticity. Finally, the authors discuss physical applications of linear chaotic dynamical systems.

Material type: BookSeries: Series on advances in mathematics for applied sciences; . 4. Publisher: Singapore WS 1994Description: xiv, 231p. Subject(s): Fluid dynamics- Mathematics Pade approximantDDC classification: 53. 50 15 N94. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Cowley, S. J. 1983 Computer extension and analytic continuation of Blasius’ expansion for impulsive flow past a circular cylinder. Recommend this journal

Cowley, S. Recommend this journal. Journal of Fluid Mechanics.

Anniversary Volume on Approximation Theory and Functional Analysis pp. .

Anniversary Volume on Approximation Theory and Functional Analysis pp 511-519 Cite as. Graph Theory in the Approximation Theory of Fluid Dynamics. Authors and affiliations. Cite this chapter as: Gustafson K. (1984) Graph Theory in the Approximation Theory of Fluid Dynamics. S. Nagy B. (eds) Anniversary Volume on Approximation Theory and Functional Analysis. ISNM 65: International Series of Numerical Mathematics, Internationale Schriftenreihe zur Numerischen Mathematik, Série internationale d’Analyse numérique, vol 65. Birkhäuser, Basel.

A significant induction effect is observed for strong dipolar fluids in dense (liquid) state.

On the positive side, Padé approximations can sometimes give good approximations to a function even at points where the series (. 6) diverges (see Problem . 1). We might expect the errors of Padé approximations to grow with x. We illustrate this in Table . where we have chosen to display the relative errors ex − Rm, m(x) /ex. A significant induction effect is observed for strong dipolar fluids in dense (liquid) state. Hence, the effective dipolar moment is higher than the value determined for vacuum.