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Old   September 16, 1998, 08:15
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Steve Allison
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I can't seem to find any publications which detail the development and use of the Jameson method. If anybody knows of any books available, please let me know. Cheers.
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Old   September 16, 1998, 10:40
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Do you mean the Jameson method for upwind-biasing schemes or for high order artificial viscosity?
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Old   September 16, 1998, 14:12
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The upwind biasing scheme. I have a program calculating transonic flows through a cascade, and need to know more about the scheme behind it. Cheers.
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Old   September 17, 1998, 03:24
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Following is the information of articles of Jameson about high order artifical viscosity (JST) and upwind-biasing schemes (ELED, CUSP ...):

A. Jameson, W. Schmidt, and E. Turkel: Numerical solutions of the Euler equations by finite volume methods with Runge-Kutta time stepping schemes. AIAA Paper 81-1259, Jan. 1981

A. Jameson: Artificial diffusion, upwind biasing, limiters and their effect on accuracy and multigrid convergence in transonic and hypersonic flow, AIAA Paper 93-3359, Jul. 1993

A. Jameson: Analysis and design of numerical schemes for gas dynamics, 1: Artificial diffusion, upwind biasing, limiters and their effect on accuracy and multigrid convergence, International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, 1995, Vol. 4 p. 171-218

A. Jameson: Analysis and design of numerical schemes for gas dynamics, 2: Artificial diffusion and discrete shock structure, International Journal of Computational Fluid Dynamics, 1995, Vol. 5 p. 1-38

Besides these, you can find some explanations about the Jameson's method in the book of Charles Hirsch "Numerical computation of internal and external flows"

X. Ye

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Old   September 17, 1998, 05:00
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Thank you.
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Old   September 17, 1998, 12:33
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Rashid Faizullin
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Hi there are some works about upwind tech for flow in a cascades plus for unsteady transonic flows.

J.M.Verdon, J.R Caspar J.Fluid Mech vol 19 pp 403-429 1984 (finite difference method for potential flow)

D.S.Whitehead The calculations of steady and unsteady transonic flow in cascades Cambridge University Eng. Dept. CUED/A-Turbo 1982 (finite element approach flow)

A.Ecer H.U.Akay Investigations of transonic flowin in a cascade using finite element method.

AIAA J v 19 #9 pp1174-1182 (finite element method for nonpotential flow)

In the beginning of 80 I did some works - calculations for unsteady sub and transonics flows in a cascades.
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