Turbulent Flow Calculations Using Unstructured and Adaptive Meshes

  title={Turbulent Flow Calculations Using Unstructured and Adaptive Meshes},
  • DimitriJ.
A method of efficiently computing turbulent compressible flow over complex two-dimensional configurations is presented. The method makes use of fully unstructured meshes throughout the entire flow-field, thus enabling the treatment of arbitrarily complex geometries and the use of adaptive meshing techniques throughout both viscous and inviscid regions of the flow-field. Mesh generation is based on a locally mapped Delaunay technique in order to generate unstructured meshes with highly-stretched… CONTINUE READING
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