|March 12, 2007, 14:32||
A simple question.
I am solving for supersonic flow over a wedge. I have written a code in C for it. But somewhat I don't know why it is not working. I have used grid transformation of eta = ( y-ys)/h(x); and zeta = x.
where ys = surface of the wedge.
h(x) = distance from surface of the wedge to the upper boundry of the grid.
This I referred from anderson's book from chapter n0 8 which describes flow over an expansion corner. I think that may be the grid transformation is not correct. CAN SOMEONE TELL ME IF I ASSUME THAT THE WEDGE SURFACE IS HORIZONTAL AND INSTEAD THE FLOW IS INCLINED. WOULD IT GIVE ME THE SAME RESULT AS FLOW OVER A WEDGE.
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