Three-Dimensional Potential Flow around a Body Spanning an Annulus: Computer Program and Solution.
PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIV STATE COLLEGE APPLIED RESEARCH LAB
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A set of computer programs for calculating the three-dimensional potential flow around a body spanning a cylindrical annulus is described. Bodies spanning the annulus may be represented by a superposition of radial vortex and source lines. Lifting bodies are restricted to a constant circulation radially since the theory does not consider shed vortices. Otherwise, the configuration may be of any arbitrary body geometry, stagger angle, spacing, and hubtip ratio. Examples of input and output are provided, as well as program listings. Author
- Computer Programming and Software
- Fluid Mechanics