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Old   March 6, 2007, 09:27
Default Blunt flat plate - a validation case...
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Dear CFD people,

I am trying to validate my 2-D Navier-Stokes solver (cell-centered finite volume method) for unsteady flows ranging from incompressible limit to supersonic speeds. My code employs low Mach number preconditioning (due to Weiss and Smith) and dual time stepping (due to Jameson). One of the test cases might be flow past a cylinder. Another one is possibly flow past a blunt flat plate (as in AIAA 2003-1235).

Could anyone please email me the following report or any decent write-up regarding the flow past a blunt flat plate?

Best regards.

CFD Student

Requested report: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Heinemann, H., Lawaczeck, O., and Butefisch, K., "Karman vortices and their frequency determination in the wakes of profiles in the sub- and transonic regime," Symposium Transsonicum II Gottingen. Springer Verlag pp. 75-82., 1976.
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