Development and Application of Advanced Algorithms for the Simulation of Viscous Compressible Flows With Moving Bodies in Three Dimensions
Final rept. 1 Sep 2002-1 Sep 2003
GEORGE MASON UNIV FAIRFAX VA CENTER FOR COMPUTATIONAL STATISTICS
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The overall objective of the research carried out last year was the development of new algorithms for the efficient simulation of viscous compressible flows with moving bodies in three dimensions. The development as based on current 3-D EulerNavier-Stokes capabilities, and encompassed flow solvers, grid generation, adaptive embedded unstructured grid methods, optimal shape design, and the efficient use of emerging super computer hardware. The research carried out over last years significantly advanced the state of the art in this area of CFD.
- Fluid Mechanics