We present two dimensional numerical simulations of a natural convection problem in an unbounded domain. A thermal stratification is applied in the vertical direction and the flow circulation is induced by a heat island located on the ground. For this problem, thermal perturbations are convected in the horizontal direction far from the heated element so… (More)

Numerical simulation of the noise generated by a low Mach number, low Reynolds number jet

Boersma BJ

Fluid Dynamics Research

2004

2 Excerpts

An extended Chebyshev pseudo-spectral benchmark for the 8:1 differentially heated cavity

S Xin, P. Le Quéré

International Journal for Numerical Methods in…

2002

1 Excerpt

From steady state to chaotic solutions in a differentially heated cavity of aspect ratio 8. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids

CH Bruneau, M. Saad

2002

3 Excerpts

Factorization methods for the numerical approximation of Navier-Stokes equations

A Quarteroni, F Saleri, A. Veneziani

Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and…

2000

1 Excerpt

Some practical implementations of projection methods for Navier–Stokes equations

Guermond JL

Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Analysis

1996

1 Excerpt

A perfectly matched layer for the absorption of electromagnetic waves

Berenger JP

Journal of Computational Physics

1994

2 Excerpts

On the theory of semi-implicit projection methods for viscous incompressible flow and its implementation via a finite element method that also introduces a nearly consistent mass matrix

Figure 8: Convergence history of maxi,j |θn+1i,j −θ n i,j | δt for the standard (solid line) and the truncated (dotted line) heat equation at Ra = 105. The vertical resolution is h = 1/32, the time step is δt = 0.1 and the computational domain is Ω = (−240, 240)× (0, 4).