This volume contains 23 contributions to the 10th GAMM-Seminar, which was held in Kiel on the 14-16 of January 1994. The central topics are advanced numerical techniques for solving flow problems. The Navier-Stokes equations are discussed with respect to anisotropically refined meshes, in combination with non-equilibrium chemistry and with respect to implicit time-discretizations and parallel solvers. Furthermore, robust multi-grid methods are described for this problem. Five papers are devoted to parallel algorithms, and a further one to domain decomposition techniques. The very important aspect of adaptive strategies is considered in several contributions, including a discussion of appropriate error estimators. Other subjects are the FEM-BEM coupling, convection-dominated systems, unstructured grid techniques and complex geometries in 3-D.