Development of a new solver for nonlinear parabolic phenomena

Altundağ, M. Seçil


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In this thesis a fluid-structure coupling procedure which consists of a commercial flow solver, FLUENT, a finite element structural solver, MSC/NASTRAN, and the coupling interface between the two disciplines is developed in order to solve static and dynamic aeroelastic problems. The flow solver relies on inviscid Euler equations with finite volume discretization. In order to perform faster computations, multiple processors are parallelized. Closely coupled approach is used to solve the coupled field aeroela...
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Citation Formats
M. S. Altundağ, “Development of a new solver for nonlinear parabolic phenomena,” Middle East Technical University, 1990.