# Mathematics, Numerics, Derivations and OpenFOAM v7

## The book written by Tobias Holzmann

The well-known book by Tobias Holzmann with the full content. The content and table of content are identical to the free version but without the faded pages. Feel free to read through the free version first before you are purchasing this version. Buying the cheap book primarily supports the work done by Tobias and gives values to his effort regarding the book.

Please note that the free version might be available in different languages, if one was translating it. Also read the full description on the following site and go through the free version first.

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The well-known book by Tobias Holzmann is related to the topics »Mathematics, Numerics, Derivations and OpenFOAM®«. The book covers mainly the fundamental equations of computational fluid dynamics. Tobias tried to keep the language as simple as possible and derive all equations, including all steps. Each transformation is given in detail, and the different equation notations are presented. The main interest is the elementary equations, such as the mass, momentum, and different kinds of energy equations.
Additionally, different topics are covered, such as the shear-rate tensor definition, the Cauchy stress tensor, turbulence modeling, and much more. The whole content of the book can be reviewed in the free version if one is interested to check out the table of content. The book also covers different parts of OpenFOAM®, but is not intended to provide you with information about »how to use the toolbox«.

Regarding OpenFOAM®, the following topics are covered:

Please, before buying the book, you can first get an impression of the content using the freely available version. This version is also available on the GitHub repository, which is shared with the community. It might be possible that the free version will be translated into different languages.

Regarding OpenFOAM®, the following topics are covered:

- Analyzing the shear-rate tensor implementation and translate the c++ code into the mathematic expression (divDevRhoREff and divDevREff function)
- Giving insight into the PIMPLE algorithm and also hints related to SIMPLE(C) and PISO
- Upcoming: Analyzing the fvMatrix class and its units (c++ code analysis)

Please, before buying the book, you can first get an impression of the content using the freely available version. This version is also available on the GitHub repository, which is shared with the community. It might be possible that the free version will be translated into different languages.