Development of an Euler solver for compressible fluids using adaptive grids.

Özgür, Erol


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Akın, Ayhan; Aksel, Mehmet Haluk; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2006)
A method to solve the Navier-Stokes equations for incompressible viscous flows is proposed. This method is SIMPLE (Semi-Implicit Method for Pressure Linked Equations) algorithm to iteratively solve the two-dimensional laminar steady momentum equations and based upon finite volume method on staggered grids. Numerical tests are performed on several cases of the flow in the lid-driven cavity, as well as of the flow after a backward-facing step with SIMPLE and SIMPLER (SIMPLE Revised) methods. Finally, results ...
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Denk, Kerem; Sert, Cüneyt; Department of Mechanical Engineering (2007)
The aim of this study is to develop a two-dimensional pressure-based Navier-Stokes solver for incompressible/compressible flows. Main variables are Cartesian velocity components, pressure and temperature while density is linked to pressure via equation of state. Modified SIMPLE algorithm is used to achieve pressure-velocity coupling. Finite Volume discretisation is performed on non-orthogonal and boundary-fitted grids. Collocated variable arrangement is preferred because of its advantage on staggered arrang...
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E. Özgür, “Development of an Euler solver for compressible fluids using adaptive grids.,” Middle East Technical University, 2002.