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Numerical solution of the hypersonic viscous shock-layer equations
  • R. Davis
  • Materials Science, Mathematics
  • 1 May 1970
Viscous shock layer equations of laminar hypersonic flow past blunt body at moderate to high Reynolds numbers
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Numerical solution of the Navier-Stokes equations for symmetric laminar incompressible flow past a parabola
Symmetric laminar incompressible flow past a parabolic cylinder is considered for all Reynolds numbers. In the limit as the Reynolds number based on nose radius of curvature goes to zero, theExpand
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Incompressible Laminar Boundary Layers on a Parabola at Angle of Attack: A Study of the Separation Point
Abstract : The laminar boundary-layer equations were solved for incompressible flow past a parabola at angle of attack. Such flow experiences a region of adverse pressure gradient and thus can beExpand
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A comparative study of open, laparoscopic and robotic partial nephrectomy in obese patients
Objectives: Partial nephrectomy is a standard intervention for the treatment of small renal tumors. Our study compares the outcomes of three different partial nephrectomy methods (open, laparoscopicExpand
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A Schwarz-Christoffel Method for Generating Two-Dimensional Flow Grids
A new coordinate generation technique, developed for external flows, is extended to allow for accurate grid generation for a variety of complex internal flow configurations, including symmetric and asymmetric channel, diffuser, and cascade flows. Expand
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Non-Navier Stokes viscous flow computations☆
Abstract the present paper addresses the basis and advantages of non-Navier Stokes flow computations as compared to solution of the full equations. Several “parabolic” or “thin layer” approximationsExpand
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Calculation of supersonic flows with strong viscous-inviscid interaction
A procedure for the calculation of strong viscous-inviscid interactions in two-dimension al laminar super- sonic flows with and without separation is described. The equations solved are the so-calledExpand
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Bulb-T Beams with Self-Consolidating Concrete on Route 33 in Virginia
A study investigated bulb-T beams with self-consolidating concrete (SCC) in the Route 33 Bridge over the Pamunkey River in Virginia, near West Point. Before construction of the bridge, two test beamsExpand
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Laminar incompressible flow past a semi-infinite flat plate
Laminar incompressible flow past a semi-infinite flat plate is examined by using the method of series truncation (or local similarity) on the full Navier-Stokes equations. The first and secondExpand
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Second-order boundary-layer effects in hypersonic flow past axisymmetric blunt bodies
Abstract : First- and second-order boundary-layer theory are examined in detail for some specific flow cases of practical interest. These cases are for flows over blunt axisymmetric bodies inExpand
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