This book presents state-of-the-art lectures on complex flows of fundamental and industrial interest in the subsonic, supersonic and hypersonic regimes. Experimental investigations of unsteady separated flows, high-enthalpy flows, 3D configurations, laminar and transitional flows are addressed. Theoretical predictions of aerodynamic performances are provided along with analyses of supersonic combustion, detonation, simulation of reactive mixing layer and non-equilibrium flow. Computational Fluid Dynamics methods for the simulation of viscous compressible flow, inviscid viscous flow interactions, real-gas effects in rarefied flow, flows about bodies with permeable walls and supersonic turbulent flows are finally developed and analysed.
|Series:||Computational Methods in Mechanics and Applied Sciences Series|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)|
Table of Contents
Partial table of contents:
A Mortar Element Method for an Approximate Navier-Stokes Solver (Y. Achdou, et al.).
Recent Shock Tube and Shock Tunnel Studies Using the Marseille Facilities (R. Brun).
Chemical Non-Equilibrium Flows: Precision of Calculations with Emphasis on Diffusion Approximations (G. Duffa, et al.).
Dissipative Implicit Centred Methods for Multidimensional Hyperbolic Problems (A. Lerat).
The Experimental Investigation of Unsteady Separated Flows (A. Antonov).
Kinetically Consistent Finite Difference Schemes and Their Application to Transient Flow Prediction (B. Chetverushkin).
Numerical Simulation of Compressible Gas Flow (Yu. Golovachov).
Real-Gas Effects on Rarefied Hypersonic Flow Over a Concave Body (M. Ivanov, et al.).
Numerical and Asymptotic Investigation of 3D Non-Uniform Viscous Gas Flows Over Bodies with Permeable Surface (S. Peigin).