Various Finite Difference Schemes for Transient Three Dimensional Heat Conduction,
ARMY ARMAMENT RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT AND ENGINEERING CENTER PICATINNY ARSENAL N J CLOSE COMBAT ARMAMENTS CENTER
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The motivation for this task comes from the needs of future hypervelocity projectile surrounded by asymmetric flow due to angle of attack andor fins in case of kinetic energy projectile. In either case, unsteady and three-dimensional effects, large and nonuniform heat fluxes, tedious and repetitive number crunching capabilities of supercomputers dictate optimum numerical techniques and predictive critical time steps for successful and practical solutions. Finite element modeling is ideal whenever there is geometrical complexity, coatings, composite and multi materials. However, classical finite element technique yields a particular equation. There may be some finite difference schemes superior to classical finite element technique. Therefore, various finite difference schemes are derived and their characteristics are discussed applicable to transient three dimensional heat conduction problems.
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