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Old   June 30, 2007, 07:31
Default ONERA C1 test case
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Dear CFD people,

I wrote 2-D density based, Euler and Navier-Stokes solvers (cell-centered finite volume method) employing JST Scheme, and Roe FDS schemes for the evaluation of convective fluxes and Green-Gauss aproach for the evaluation of diffusive fluxes with convergence acceleration techniques such as local time stepping, residual smoothing and multigrid. I also implemented low mach number preconditioning technique (due to Weiss and Smith), dual time stepping scheme (due to Jameson) and arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian (ALE) method for moving grids.

I am interested in flow simulations in SRM and I intend to validate my unsteady flow solver on moving grids using ONERA C1 test case. I will be grateful if anyone can email me ( the grid files (plot3d,ascii format will be better) for this test case or can anybody please let me know where to download the grid files.

Best regards.

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