By Ernst Heinrich Hirschel, Egon Krause
This quantity comprises 37 invited contributions, accumulated to rejoice 100 volumes of the NNFM sequence. After a normal advent overviews are given in 5 components 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 surroundings and the German and ecu high-performance desktop scene. partly II the co-editors of the sequence provide brief surveys over advancements of their nations. present purposes, ordinarily within the aerospace quarter, but in addition within the automobile region, are mentioned partly III. functions to circulation difficulties in engineering and physics, starting from hydraulic equipment to astrophysics, are the themes 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 partially V. All volumes, that have been released within the sequence eventually are indexed partly VI.
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Viviand A. Rizzi 32 Vol. 5 V Rome, Italy 5. 10. 1983 M. Pandolﬁ R. Piva 45 Vol. 7 VI Göttingen, Germany 25. 9. 1985 D. Rues W. Kordulla 51 Vol. 13 M. Deville 55 Vol. 20 VII Louvain-La-Neuve, 9. 9. Belgium 1987 VIII Delft, Netherland 27. 9. 1989 P. Wesseling 60 Vol. 29 IX Lausanne, Switzerland 25. 9. L. Ryhming J. Vos 54 Vol. 35 At the end of the second half of the 1980s, E. H. Hirschel, since 1980 with MBB, but no more a member of the GAMM-Committee, thought it to be necessary to unite in an appropriate way the in Europe existing groups and committees on numerical ﬂuid mechanics.
Roesner to H. Görtler the latter proposed at the annual meeting of GAMM in 1972 to establish the "GAMM-Fachausschuss für Numerische Methoden in der Strömungsmechanik3", which in eﬀect changed the Arbeitsgruppe into a GAMM committee. The committee was called into being at the inaugural meeting on April 3, 1974, which was organized by K. Roesner, under participation of the following founding members: K. Förster, Th. Herbert, E. H. Hirschel, E. Krause, K. Roesner, W. Schönauer, B. Schmidt, J. Smolderen and H.
20 VII Louvain-La-Neuve, 9. 9. Belgium 1987 VIII Delft, Netherland 27. 9. 1989 P. Wesseling 60 Vol. 29 IX Lausanne, Switzerland 25. 9. L. Ryhming J. Vos 54 Vol. 35 At the end of the second half of the 1980s, E. H. Hirschel, since 1980 with MBB, but no more a member of the GAMM-Committee, thought it to be necessary to unite in an appropriate way the in Europe existing groups and committees on numerical ﬂuid mechanics. He proposed to create a "Federation of European Numerical Fluid Mechanics Groups (FENFMG)" and contacted the chairman of the GAMM-Committee, then W.