Three-Dimensional Viscous Flow Analysis for Moving Bodies Past Fixed Structures
Final rept. 1 Jul 1987-31 Jan 1988
AMTEC ENGINEERING INC BELLEVUE WA
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A prototype computer program has been written to calculate three dimensional viscous compressible flow past bodies in relative motion. The program solves the Navier-Stokes equations using multiple zones of mesh. During the Phase I research and development effort, routines were written to allow the meshes to move and to couple the solutions in adjacent zones along sliding boundaries. The importance of a well planned software structure was demonstrated. The code a was applied to a turbine rotorstator interaction problem. Keywords Three dimensional flow Navier Stokes Viscous flow Compressible flow Zonal flow Unsteady flow Computer programming.
- Computer Programming and Software
- Fluid Mechanics