Experimentation, Modelling and Computation in Flow, Turbulence and Combustion: Computational Methods in Mechanics and Applied Sciences
This book presents lectures on complex flows of fundamental and industrial interest, ranging from subsonic to hypersonic flows.
Format: Hardcover, English, 372 pages
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A compilation of cutting edge articles on complex flows of fundamental and industrial interest, ranging from subsonic to hypersonic flows. Includes experimental investigations of unsteady separated and high-enthalpy flows, 3D configurations and laminar and transitional flows. Contains theoretical predictions of aerodynamic performances along with analyses of supersonic combustion, detonation, simulation of reactive mixing layer and non-equilibrium flow. Computational fluid dynamics methods for a variety of flows are developed and evaluated.
Table of Contents
- A Mortar Element Method for an Approximate Navier-Stokes Solver (Y. Achdou, et al.)
- Recent Shock Tube and Shock Tunnel Studies Using the Marseille Facilities (R. Brun)
- Chemical Non-Equilibrium Flows: Precision of Calculations with Emphasis on Diffusion Approximations (G. Duffa, et al.)
- Dissipative Implicit Centred Methods for Multidimensional Hyperbolic Problems (A. Lerat)
- The Experimental Investigation of Unsteady Separated Flows (A. Antonov)
- Kinetically Consistent Finite Difference Schemes and Their Application to Transient Flow Prediction (B. Chetverushkin)
- Numerical Simulation of Compressible Gas Flow (Yu. Golovachov)
- Real-Gas Effects on Rarefied Hypersonic Flow Over a Concave Body (M. Ivanov, et al.)
- Numerical and Asymptotic Investigation of 3D Non-Uniform Viscous Gas Flows Over Bodies with Permeable Surface (S. Peigin)