The bootstrap gauss-seidel load-flow method.

Sophie, Asadullah


The finite element method over a simple stabilizing grid applied to fluid flow problems
Aydın, Selçuk Han; Tezer-Sezgin, Münevver; Department of Scientific Computing (2008)
We consider the stabilized finite element method for solving the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations and the magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) equations in two dimensions. The well-known instabilities arising from the application of standard Galerkin finite element method are eliminated by using the stabilizing subgrid method (SSM), the streamline upwind Petrov-Galerkin (SUPG) method, and the two-level finite element method (TLFEM). The domain is discretized into a set of regular triangular elements. In SSM, the...
The zero field eight-vertex lattice model.
Erçelebi, Atilla; Department of Physics (1974)
The dual reciprocity boundary element method solution of fluid flow problems
Gümgüm, Sevin; Tezer, Münevver; Department of Scientific Computing (2010)
In this thesis, the two-dimensional, transient, laminar flow of viscous and incompressible fluids is solved by using the dual reciprocity boundary element method (DRBEM). Natural convection and mixed convection flows are also solved with the addition of energy equation. Solutions of natural convection flow of nanofluids and micropolar fluids in enclosures are obtained for highly large values of Rayleigh number. The fundamental solution of Laplace equation is used for obtaining boundary element method (BEM) ...
The pseudopotential method.
Erbarut, Erkan; Department of Physics (1980)
The Laguerre pseudospectral method for the reflection symmetric Hamiltonians on the real line
Taşeli, Hasan (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 2007-05-01)
Hermite-Weber functions provide a natural expansion basis for the numerical treatment of the Schrodinger equation on the whole real line. For the reflection symmetric Hamiltonians, however, it is shown here that the transformation of the problem over the half line and use of a Laguerre basis is computationally much more efficient in a pseudospectral scheme.
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A. Sophie, “The bootstrap gauss-seidel load-flow method.,” Middle East Technical University, 1971.