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Computational and Experimental Fluid Dynamics.
Final rept. 1 Jun 84-30 Sep 85,
MICHIGAN UNIV ANN ARBOR DEPT OF MATHEMATICS
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Research on both internal and free-surface flows related to experimental situations was continued. Part of this research was based on using a low-order code developed previously, jointly by Pritchard and Scott. Funds for the programmer allowed two substantial new programming projects to be initiated during this time. One concerned investigation of techniques for implementing a quartic finite element method for viscous, incompressible, two-dimensional flows. The other involved a streamline-diffusion finite element method for inviscid flows.
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