Composite Velocity Procedures for Flows with Pressure Interaction.
Annual technical rept. 1 Feb 85-1 Feb 86,
CINCINNATI UNIV OH COLL OF ENGINEERING**
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The composite velocity formulation for the Euler and Reduced Navier-Stokes system of equations has been investigated. For transonic steady flow over airfoils a combination of conservative and nonconservative flux directional systems of difference equations have been developed and applied to obtain full potential, Euler and Reduced Navier Stokes solutions. The Enquist Osher procedure for shock capturing has been adapted for these applications to obtain sharp shock waves for both potential and Euler equations. For two dimensional transient flows and for three dimensional global relaxation computations, the coupled strongly implicit matrix inversion algorithm has been reformulated in order to allow for time consistency and space marching efficieny, respectively. Keywords Composite velocity procedure Numerical methods Euler equations Navier Stokes equations Strongly implicit procedure.
- SHOCK WAVES
- DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS
- THREE DIMENSIONAL
- TWO DIMENSIONAL FLOW
- NUMERICAL METHODS AND PROCEDURES
- NAVIER STOKES EQUATIONS
- TRANSONIC FLOW
- STEADY FLOW
- Fluid Mechanics