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Old   February 3, 2004, 13:44
Default Hypersonic flow over a flate plate
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I have done a stand alone simulation in Visual C of Hypersonic flow over a flate plate, but am unable to match my results as given in Anderson. My prog crashes and i dont know why. Have tried all sorts of things. I f someone has done something similar, cud i have the code so i cud use it as reference.
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Old   February 3, 2004, 15:46
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hi I think that the first check that you should make is the value of the grid metrics and the jacobian.Some times at the origin of your co-ordinate system (0,0) the go to infinity because a zero occurs in the denominator.So change the co-ordinate value of the first point to 0.0001 and see what happens.

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Old   February 4, 2004, 02:03
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Your program has an error. Changing the (0,0) to 0.001 may work but that will not correct the problem. There should be no division by 0.
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Old   February 6, 2004, 00:39
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You can try to get a copy of the teachers and solutions manaul of the book, I believe you can find an answer to your problem.
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