by Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering, NASA Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va .
Written in English
Microfiche. [Washington, D.C. : National Aeronautics and Space Administration], 1984. 1 microfiche.
|Statement||M. Y. Hussaini ... [et al.].|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- 172294., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-172294.|
|Contributions||Hussaini, M. Yousuff., Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering., Langley Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
Methods for the Euler Equations: Chebyshev Methods and Shock-Fitting," NASA CR, January 18Wray, A. and Hussaini, M. Y., "Numerical Experiments in Boundary-layer The spectral volume method for the Euler equations with high-order boundary representations Z.J. Wang* Michigan State University, Engineering Building, East Lansing, MI , USA Abstract In this paper, the spectral volume (SV) method is extended to the two-dimensional Euler equations with curved :// spectral methods for the approximation of fourth-order problems: application to the stokes and navier–stokes equations Evolution and application of CFD techniques for scramjet engine analysis M. E. White, Particular emphasis is placed on the construction of robust boundary and interfacial conditions in one- and two-dimensional domains. It is demonstrated through a shock-tube problem and a two-dimensional simulation of the compressible Euler equations that the proposed algorithm leads to stable, non-oscillatory solutions of high ://
Spectral methods for compressible flows are introduced in relation to finite difference and finite element techniques within the framework of the method of weighted residuals. Current spectral collocation methods are put in historical context. The basic concepts of both Fourier and Chebyshev spectral collocation methods are provided. Filtering strategies for both shock-fitting H/abstract. Spectral methods for the Euler equations - The blunt body problem revisited. Boundary and Interface Conditions for High-Order Finite-Difference Methods Applied to the Euler and Navier–Stokes Equations. Journal of Computational Physics, Vol. , No. :// The Spectral Difference Method for the 2D Euler Equations on Unstructured Grids Z.J. Wang* Department of Aerospace Engineering, Ames, IA and Yen Liu† NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA An efficient, high-order, conservative method named the spectral difference method ~cfdku/papers/aiaapdf. This book presents the basic algorithms, the main theoretical results, and some applications of spectral methods. Particular attention is paid to the applications of spectral methods to nonlinear problems arising in fluid dynamics, quantum mechanics, weather prediction, heat conduction and other book consists of three ://
Spectral methods for compressible flows are introduced in relation to finite difference and finite element techniques within the framework of the method of weighted residuals. Current spectral collociation methods are put into historical context. The basic concepts of Fourier spectral collocation methods are provided. Filtering strategies for shock-capturing approaches are also 64H/abstract. A Global Algorithm in Spectral Methods for the Coupled Navier-Stokes/Euler Equations* Chuanju Xu t Abstract This paper deals with a viscous/inviscid coupled model. A new global variational formulation is introduced. The coupled equations are approximated by a spectral method using the discrete spaces (JP:v x JP:v-2) x Key words: viscous ~hjm/june/pppdf. This book offers a systematic and self-contained approach to solve partial differential equations numerically using single and multidomain spectral methods. It contains detailed algorithms in pseudocode for the application of spectral approximations to both one and two dimensional PDEs of mathematical physics describing potentials, transport › Books › Science & Math › Mathematics. Along with finite differences and finite elements, spectral methods are one of the three main methodologies for solving partial differential equations on computers. This book provides a detailed presentation of basic spectral algorithms, as › Mathematics › Computational Science & Engineering.