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High-Re solutions for incompressible flow using the Navier-Stokes equations and a multigrid method
The vorticity-stream function formulation of the two-dimensional incompressible NavierStokes equations is used to study the effectiveness of the coupled strongly implicit multigrid (CSI-MG) method inExpand
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Editorial Policy Statement on the Control of Numerical Accuracy
A professional problem exists in the computational fluid dynamics community and also in the broader area of com­ putational physics. Namely, there is a need for higher stan­ dards on the control ofExpand
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Viscous Compressible Flow in the Boundary Region of an Axial Corner
Laminar flow along a 90-deg corner, formed by the intersection of two semi-infinite flat plates, is analyzed, under the assumption of shock-free supersonic flow. The analysis is based on the methodExpand
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Use of Primitive Variables in the Solution of Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations
Krupp, J.A., "The Numerical Calculation of Plane Steady Transonic Flows Past Thin Lifting Airfoils," Boeing Scientific Research Lab. Rept. D180-12958-1, June 1971. Sirovich, L. and Huo, C., "SimpleExpand
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Study of incompressible flow separation using primitive variables
Abstract The flow in a channel with an asymmetric constriction has been analyzed, using the primitive variables. The objective of this study is to develop a reduced form of the Navier-StokesExpand
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