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Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications in Echinoderm Palaeobiology

By: Imran A Rahman(Author)
Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications in Echinoderm Palaeobiology
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  • Computational Fluid Dynamics and its Applications in Echinoderm Palaeobiology ISBN: 9781108810029 Paperback Nov 2020 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Computational fluid dynamics (CFD), which involves using computers to simulate fluid flow, is emerging as a powerful approach for elucidating the palaeobiology of ancient organisms. Here, Imran A. Rahman describes its applications for studying fossil echinoderms. When properly configured, CFD simulations can be used to test functional hypotheses in extinct species, informing on aspects such as feeding and stability. They also show great promise for addressing ecological questions related to the interaction between organisms and their environment. CFD has the potential to become an important tool in echinoderm palaeobiology over the coming years.


1. Introduction
2. Fluid dynamics
3. Steps in computational fluid dynamics
4. Examples in echinoderm palaeobiology
5. Emerging applications and future directions
6. Conclusions

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