(2) Silebi, C. A., and W. E. Schiesser (1992), Dynamic Modeling of Transport Process Systems, Academic Press, San Diego
(3) Schiesser, W. E. (1994), Computational Mathematics in Engineering and Applied Science: ODEs, DAEs, and PDEs, CRC Press, Boca Raton
(4) Schiesser, W. E., and C. A. Silebi (1997), Computational Transport Phenomena, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge
(5) Lee, H. J., and W. E. Schiesser (2004), Ordinary and Partial Differential Equation Routines in C, C++, Fortran, Java, Maple and Matlab, CRC Press, Boca Raton
(6) Schiesser, W. E., and G. W. Griffiths (2009), A Compendium of Partial Differential Equations Models: Method of Lines Analysis with Matlab, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK
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The programs in reference (4) are also available from the Web pages indicated below:
"m" denotes momentum transport
"h" denotes heat (energy) transport
"ma" denotes mass transport
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Several method of lines (MOL) applications, based partly on the routines in references (1) to (5), are available from http://www.ma.ic.ac.uk/~jcash/IVP_software/sparseode.html