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|Other titles||Godunov type schemes applied to detonation flows.|
|Statement||James J. Quirk.|
|Series||ICASE report -- no. 93-15., NASA contractor report -- 191447., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-191447.|
|Contributions||Langley Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
This book aims to present the principles of such schemes in a way that is easily understandable to practising engineers. The features of hyperbolic conservation laws and their solutions are presented in the first two chapters. The principles of Godunov-type schemes are outlined in a third Edition: 1. This book aims to present the principles of such schemes in a way that is easily understandable to practising engineers. The features of hyperbolic conservation laws and their solutions are presented in the first two chapters. The principles of Godunov-type schemes are outlined in Cited by: Application of Godunov-type schemes to transient mixed flows The ASE-1 models often adopt Godunov-type schemes and Riemann solvers (e.g., Bourdarias and . () Construction of Godunov-Type Difference Schemes in Curvilinear Coordinates and an Application to Spherical Coordinates. Computational Mathematics and Modeling , () A method for compressible multimaterial flows with condensed phase explosive detonation and airblast on unstructured by:
Godunov-type models are tailored to high-inertia floods because of approximate Riemann solvers that account for transcritical flows with shocks [37, 75], and the literature presents Godunov-type Author: Vincent Guinot. The 97 papers cover a very wide range of topics, such as design and analysis of numerical schemes, applications to compressible and incompressible fluid dynamics, multi-phase flows, combustion problems, astrophysics, environmental fluid dynamics, and detonation waves. This book will be a reference book on the subject of numerical methods for. A Godunov-Type Scheme for Nonhydrostatic Atmospheric Flows Nash’at Ahmad School of Computational Sciences George Mason University March 23rd, EMC Seminar Objective The objective of this project was to develop a high-resolution flow solver on unstructured mesh for solving the Euler and Navier-Stokes equations governing atmospheric flows. The objectives of this workshop were i) the genesis of models that would capture or reflect the basic pllysical phenomena in SCRAMJETs and/or oblique detonation-wave engines (ODWE), and ii) the stimulation of a greater interaction between NASA exper imental research community and the academic community.
Weakly Nonlinear Dynamics ofNear-CJ Detonation Waves; J.B. Bdzil, R. Klein. Some Fundamental Problems of Detonation Instabilities and Its Relation to Engine Operation; J.H. Lee, Fan Zhang, R.S. Che. Godunov-Type Schemes Applied to Detonation Flows; J.J. Quirk. Series Title: ICASE/LaRC interdisciplinary series in science and engineering, v. 1. In numerical analysis and computational fluid dynamics, Godunov's scheme is a conservative numerical scheme, suggested by S. K. Godunov in , for solving partial differential can think of this method as a conservative finite-volume method which solves exact, or approximate Riemann problems at each inter-cell boundary. In its basic form, . pressurized flows (mixed flows), to fully pressurized flows. Its robustness for simulating mixed flows is accomplished by: (1) Introducing a gradual transition between the pipe and the slot, and (2) Using a second-order Godunov-type scheme with a slope limiter to solve the governing free surface flow equations. This volume contains the proceedings of the Workshop on Com bustion, sponsored by the Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering (ICASE) and the NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC). It was held on October , , and was the sec ond workshop in the series on the subject.