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Verification and Validation in Computational Science and Engineering
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Method of grinding elongated, cylindrical workpieces in continuous operation in a grinding machine wherein the workpieces are advanced while they are rotated about their longitudinal axes includes exerting an oscillating grinding pressure transversely to the longitudinal axis of the workpiece, and adjusting the frequency of the oscillations to lie substantially in low-to-medium frequency range, outside the frequency ranges of resonant vibrations of parts of workpiece and of the grinding machine. Expand
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Perspective: A Method for Uniform Reporting of Grid Refinement Studies
We propose the use of a Grid Convergence Index (GCI) for the uniform reporting of grid refinement studies in Computational Fluid Dynamics. The method provides an objective asymptotic approach toExpand
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Procedure for Estimation and Reporting of Uncertainty Due to Discretization in CFD Applications
ince 1990, the Fluids Engineering Division of ASME has pursued activities concerning the detection, estimation and control of umerical uncertainty and/or error in computational fluid dynamics (CFD)Expand
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QUANTIFICATION OF UNCERTAINTY IN COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS
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This review covers Verification, Validation, Confirmation and related subjects for computational fluid dynamics (CFD), including error taxonomies, error estimation and banding, convergence rates, surrogate estimators, nonlinear dynamics, and error estimation for grid adaptation. Expand
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Verification of Codes and Calculations
Background discussion, definitions, and descriptions are given for some terms related to confidence building in computational fluid dynamics. The two principal distinctions made are betweenExpand
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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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Code Verification by the Method of Manufactured Solutions
Verification of Calculations involves error estimation, whereas Verification of Codes involves error evaluation, from known benchmark solutions. The best benchmarks are exact analytical solutionsExpand
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Completed Richardson extrapolation
The Richardson extrapolation method, which produces a 4th-order-accurate solution on a subgrid by combining 2nd-order solutions on the fine grid and the subgrid, is ‘completed’ – in the sense that aExpand
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