Solution of separated flows using a simultaneous iteration technique
- Feb 21, 1986.
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- Generalization and improvement of an earlier work developed for studying separated flows using boundary layer type equations are presented. The improvements include extensions to a general coordinate system and use of a more general zonal technique for solving the coupled equations. In order to be able to consider arbitrary geometries, second order accurate (in space) conservative differences are generated by considering the integral formulation of the governing equations in a general coordinate system. The general coordinate system is handled in as general a manner as possible to allow for the use of either analytically or numerically generated coordinate systems. A marching procedure was used for solving the Partially Parabolized Navier-Stokes (PPNS) equations in the viscous region coupled in a fully implicit manner with the elliptic inviscid equation. To test the algorithm and compare to other solutions, solutions for flow over a flat plate and flow past the symmetrical 12 percent thick Joukowski airfoil (J012) at zero angle of attack were presented.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19870018188.
Accession ID: 87N27621.
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