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Numerical methods for the computation of inviscid transonic flows with shock waves

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Published
**1981**
by Vieweg in Braunschweig
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Written in English

- Aerodynamics, Transonic -- Congresses.,
- Numerical calculations -- Congresses.,
- Shock waves -- Congresses.

**Edition Notes**

Includes bibliographical references.

Statement | Arthur Rizzi, Henri Viviand, editors. |

Series | Notes on numerical fluid mechanics ;, v. 3 |

Contributions | Rizzi, Arthur., Viviand, Henri., Gesellschaft für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | TL571 .N85 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | xvi, 266 p. : |

Number of Pages | 266 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL3836392M |

ISBN 10 | 3528080779 |

LC Control Number | 81150646 |

Computation of transonic “supercritical” flows by the “coarse particle” method USSR Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Physics, Vol. 13, No. 1 A parallel algorithm for high subsonic compressible flow over a circular cylinderCited by: Numerical Computation of Internal and External Flows Volume 2: Computational Methods for Inviscid and Viscous Flows C. Hirsch, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium This second volume deals with the applications of computational methods to the problems of fluid by:

The purpose of this paper is to develop this technique and apply it to the calculation of several typical subsonic and transonic, inviscid and viscous steady flows for the NACA airfoil. Publications: Application of the Hodograph Method to Transonic Flows with Shocks, M. Holt and J. J. Chattot, Proc. 3rd International Conference of Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics, er-Verlag,Lecture Notes in Physics, Transonic Flows with Shock Waves: Review of the Methods for Computing flows of Perfect Fluids Past Profiles, J. J. Chattot, D. Guiraud, and P. Laval.

Inviscid transonic flow computation using the dual reciprocity method R. Theurer, S. Wagner Institutfur Aero- und Gasdynamik, Universitdt Stuttgart Pfaffenwaldr Stuttgart, Germany Abstract The Dual Reciprocity method (DRM) is applied to solve the problem of 2-d, inviscid, transonic flows with embedded shocks about airfoils. The. Numerical Computation of Internal and External Flows Volume 2: Computational Methods for Inviscid and Viscous Flows C. Hirsch, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Brussels, Belgium This second volume deals with the applications of computational methods to the problems of fluid dynamics.

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Numerical methods for the computation of inviscid transonic flows with shock waves: A Gamm Workshop (Notes On Numerical Fluid Mechanics) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed.

Edition by Na Na (Author)Author: Na Na. Numerical Methods for the Computation of Inviscid Transonic Flows with Shock Waves A GAMM Workshop. Authors: Rizzi, Arthur, Viviand, Henri Free PreviewBrand: Vieweg+Teubner Verlag.

A Physically Consistent Time-Dependent Method for the Solution of the Euler Equations in Transonic Flow Luca Zannetti, Guido Colasurdo, Luciano Fornasier, Maurizio Pandolfi Pages Some recent developments in numerical methods for calculating solutions to the transonic potential flow equation are reviewed, including (1) the construction of stable coordinate independent difference schemes; (2) the use of conservation form to insure proper shock jump conditions; (3) analysis of the relaxation method by the time dependent analogy; (4) accelerated iterative by: CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Some recent developments in numerical methods for calcuting solutions to the transonic potential flow equation are reviewed, including (1) the construction of stable coordinate independent difference schemes; (2) the use of conservatiation form to insure proper shock jump conditions; (3) analysis of the relaxation method.

Numerical Computation of Transonic Flows with Shock Waves∗ Antony Jameson Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University Summary Some recent developments in numerical methods for calcuting solutions to the transonic poten-tial ﬂow equation are reviewed, including (1) the construction of stable coordinate independent.

This contribution to the GAMM Workshop on Numerical Methods for the Computation of Inviscid Transonic Flow with Shock Waves is concerned with finite-volume methods to solve a pseudo-unsteady system deduced from the unsteady Euler equations by using the condition of constant total enthalpy This simplification is consistent with the steady-state solution in the present case of iso-energetic by: 2.

Arthur Rizzi, Computational Mesh for Transonic Airfoils, Numerical Methods for the Computation of Inviscid Transonic Flows with Shock Waves, /_18, (), ().

Crossref W. Thacker, A brief review of techniques for generating irregular computational grids, International Journal for Numerical Methods in Engineering, 15, 9, (), ().Cited by: Quasi-natural numerical methods for the computation of inviscid potential or rotational transonic flows J.

Essers Applied Aerodynamics Department, Universitde L ie, Institute of Mathematics, Avenue des Tille B Lie, Belgium (Received October ) A new fast time-dependent method for the computation of inviscid potential or rotational transonic flows is by: 5. In computational fluid dynamics, shock-capturing methods are a class of techniques for computing inviscid flows with shock computation of flow containing shock waves is an extremely difficult task because such flows result in sharp, discontinuous changes in flow variables such as pressure, temperature, density, and velocity across the shock.

Numerical Computation of Transonic Flows with Shock Waves The success of any numerical method for solving a fluid flow problem depends on the construction of a Author: Antony Jameson. Get this from a library.

Numerical methods for the computation of inviscid transonic flows with shock waves: a GAMM workshop. [Arthur Rizzi; Henri Viviand; Gesellschaft für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik.;].

The paper is concerned with the use of a zonal method for the computation of transonic viscous-inviscid interacting flow about airfoils. The inviscid portion of the flow is treated by using an. In this paper a brief and fragmentary account is made of our contribution to the GAMM workshop on Numerical Methods for the Computation of Inviscid Transonic Flow with Shock Waves, since the main objective is the comparison, during the actual workshop, of the results obtained by various : Jean-Jacques Chattot, Colette Coulombeix.

Cite this chapter as: Veuillot JP., Viviand H. () Computation of Steady Inviscid Transonic Flows Using Pseudo-Unsteady Methods. In: Rizzi A., Viviand H. (eds) Numerical Methods for the Computation of Inviscid Transonic Flows with Shock by: 4. Rizzi A., Viviand H. (Eds.), Numerical Methods for the Computation of Inviscid Transonic Flows with Shock Waves, 3, Vieweg (), pp.

Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics Google ScholarAuthor: Chun-Yuan Gu, Laszlo Fuchs. Numerical Methods for Fluid Dynamics (Academic Press, New York, ) [11] A.

Rizzi and H. Viviand, eds. Numerical Methods for the Computation of Inviscid Transonic Flows with Shock Waves-Notes in Numerical Fluid Mechanics III (Vieweg, Braunschweig, ).

[12] : Petr Klouček. A review is given of current methods in theoretical aerodynamics which are useful in the design of aircraft wings for subsonic and transonic speeds. These are of two basic types: (A) direct methods for calculating the flow over a given wing shape.

In the design process, these can be used to obtain a rapid estimate of the effect of a specified Cited by: 4. Topics include numerical algorithm, difference approximation for scalar equations, boundary conditions, transonic flow in a tube, and governing equations.

The selection is a dependable reference for researchers interested in transonic, shock, and multidimensional flows. The flow was generated on an axisymmetric 'bump' model designed to simulate the flow on an airfoil at transonic conditions.

The numerical methods used in the comparisons include the solution of Author: Antony Jameson. Phys. 22, 87 (). H. Henke and D. H~inel, Artificial damping in approximate factorisation methods. In Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics, Vol.

13, pp. Vieweg-Verlag, Braunschweig (). A. Rizzi and H. Viviand (Eds), Numerical methods for the computation of inviscid transonic flows with shock waves.

In GAMM by: 5.An introductory survey is presented of recent developments in the calculation of inviscid flows with embedded shocks and mixed subsonic-supersonic flow. It begins with an account of methods for solving the compressible potential equation, covering the inherent limitations, the approximate factorization and multigrid techniques, and unsteady as well as steady flows.A Study of Shock Waves in Three-Dimensional Transonic Flow W.

N. Dawes, W. N. Dawes. Although a number of inviscid numerical methods have been developed for the calculation of three-dimensional transonic flow in turbomachinery blade passages it is often difficult to compare the results of these calculations directly with experiment Cited by: 5.