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Old   September 30, 1999, 11:31
Default Moving boundary
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Dear friends,

I am looking for relatively well documented experiment or numerical results for simulation of nonstationary flow of compressible fluid in the domain with moving boundary in 2D or 3D for testing of my code. Is anybody can help me? Please give me some references or links.

Thanks very very much
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Old   October 1, 1999, 01:28
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John C. Chien
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(1). The internal combustion engine simulation with moving valves and piston is the ideal place to start the searching. (2). This is a well established field with many published papers. (3). Some commercial code vendors are also active in this field. So, you can also check their home pages.
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Old   October 1, 1999, 22:41
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Peter Cavallo
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One type of problem I have seen a number of times is that of transonic store separation. You may find several papers in the proceedings of the AIAA Applied Aerodynamics conferences from the past few years. Most of these employ a Chimera approach.
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