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Old   June 7, 2007, 04:41
Default Ringleb flow
Arambatzis George
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Hello everybody,

I want to test my code on the solution of the Ringleb flow but I can't find the exact solution.

I found this reference ( AGARD Subcommittee C. Test Cases for Inviscid Flow Field Methods. AGARD Advisory Report 211, 1986 ) in this forum but I can't find it on web.

Does anybody has this AGARD report or another paper with the exact solution.

Thanks Giorgos
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Old   June 7, 2007, 15:44
Default Re: Ringleb flow
Sergei Chernyshenko
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Hi Giorgos,

I believe you can find it in

L.Zannetti, Vortex equilibrium in flows past bluff bodies. J. Fluid Mech. (2006), vol. 562, pp. 151"171.


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Old   February 22, 2010, 20:59
Default F90 Code to generate grids and exact solutions for Ringleb
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This seems to be a very old thread, but since I came across it, so,

A f90 code that generates quad/triangular grids and exact solutions for Ringleb's flow can be downloaded at (in Free CFD codes Section).
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