Unstructured mesh algorithms for aerodynamic calculations
- Mavriplis, D. J.
- JAN 1, 1992.
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- The use of unstructured mesh techniques for solving complex aerodynamic flows is discussed. The principle advantages of unstructured mesh strategies, as they relate to complex geometries, adaptive meshing capabilities, and parallel processing are emphasized. The various aspects required for the efficient and accurate solution of aerodynamic flows are addressed. These include mesh generation, mesh adaptivity, solution algorithms, convergence acceleration, and turbulence modeling. Computations of viscous turbulent two-dimensional flows and inviscid three-dimensional flows about complex configurations are demonstrated. Remaining obstacles and directions for future research are also outlined.
- Document ID: 19930018255.
Accession ID: 93N27444.
California State Univ., The Fifth Symposium on Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows; 12 p.
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