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Embedded cavity drag in steady and unsteady flows

Embedded cavity drag in steady and unsteady flows

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Published by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Drag (Aerodynamics) -- Mathematical models,
  • Boundary layer -- Mathematical models

  • Edition Notes

    StatementT.B. Gatski and C.E. Grosch
    SeriesNASA contractor report -- 172275
    ContributionsGrosch, C. E, Langley Research Center, Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 v.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14928086M

      In the eighties, his interest focused on the development of an implicit method of Lax-Wendroff (LW) type allowing to compute steady and unsteady transonic flows without any artificial viscosity. This method was studied and implemented at Onera with J. Sidès and V. Daru [ 40, 41, 42 ] and also applied to hypersonic flows in the framework of the European Hermes We conducted a numerical simulation of ventilated supercavitation from a forward-facing cavitator in unsteady flows generated by a gust generator under different gust angles of at

    Steady and unsteady particle translation 99 – Chapter 7. Vortices, both free and attached – Cavity flows in cylindrical and conical depressions exposed to shear flows This book is a drag-coefficient-free zone. Students have much better   The results showed that (1) the quasi-steady flow assumption for cyclic flow was valid for over 70% of the cycle period during all simulated breathing and sniffing conditions in the rat nasal cavity, or the unsteady effect was only significant during the transition between the respiratory phases; (2) yet the quasi-steady assumption for

      A local proper orthogonal decomposition (POD) plus Galerkin projection method is applied to the unsteady lid-driven cavity problem, namely the incompressible fluid flow in a two-dimensional box whose upper wall is moved back and forth at moderately large values of the Reynolds ://   with roughness modeling implementation. For unsteady flows past a rough cylinder, the drag coefficient and the Strouhal number agreed well with the experimental data. For steady state flows past airfoils, both turbulence models performed very well in predicting the maxi-mum lift, when compared to experimental data for smooth and rough leading


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Embedded cavity drag in steady and unsteady flows. Article (PDF Available) Finally, the relevance of the present results to the control of flow separation in such flows is ://   The numerical solution of the laminar boundary-layer flow over an embedded cavity is studied.

The purpose is to examine the relevant drag characteristics of laminar cavity flow. The solution field is obtained in terms of velocity and vorticity variables, with the stream function and pressure derivable from the directly computed variables.

An analysis and comparison is made among four Embedded cavity drag in steady and unsteady flows. By T. Gatski and C. Grosch. Abstract. The numerical solution of the laminar boundary-layer flow over an embedded cavity is studied. The purpose of the study is to examine the relevant drag characteristics of laminar cavity flow.

The solution field is obtained in terms of velocity and Get this from a library. Embedded cavity drag in steady and unsteady flows. [T B Gatski; C E Grosch; Langley Research Center.; Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Embedded cavity drag in steady and unsteady flows book Embedded cavity drag in steady and unsteady flows.

By C. Grosch and T. Gatski. Abstract. The numerical solution of the laminar boundary-layer flow over an embedded cavity is studied. The purpose is to examine the relevant drag characteristics of laminar cavity flow. The solution field is obtained in terms of velocity and vorticity   Embedded cavity drag in steady laminar flow.

Computational analysis of unsteady supersonic cavity flows driven by thick shear layers. 4 July | The Aeronautical Journal, Vol. 92, No. Numerical Experiments on Boundary-Layer Receptivity. Adapting a   Embedded CavltyDrag in Steady and Unsteady Flows T. Gatski NASA Langley Research Center and C. Grosch* Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering and Old Dominion University Abstract The numerical solution of the laminar boundary-layer flow over an embedded cavity is studied.

The purpose of the study is to examine the Unsteady flow problem is solved separately on two fixed domains Ω 1 (cenomanian aquifer) and Ω 2 (turonian aquifer). Both of them include both saturated and unsaturated zones. Let us call phreatic surface the area where both zones meet. The phreatic surface separates saturated zone p ≥ 0 from unsaturated zone p   A numerical method for the prediction of cavitating flows around lifting bodies is presented.

The algorithm employs a one-fluid Navier–Stokes-enthalpy solver that can handle variable fluid properties, along with properly formulated water–vapor mixture state laws, in order to account for the two-phase flow of water and vapor and the transition from one phase to the ://   In Review.

Khodkar and K. Taira, "Phase-Synchronization Properties of Laminar Cylinder Wake for Periodic External Forcings," in review, [] Pressure drop and power dissipation in oscillatory wavy-walled-tube flows.

Journal of Fluid Mechanics, Vol. Issue. -1, p. & Grosch, C. Embedded cavity drag in steady and unsteady flows. AIAA Paper No. 84– Ghaddar M. The effect of flow oscillations on cavity drag, and a technique for their control. Ph Supersonic cavity flows driven by a thick shear layer at Mach 15 and 25 are studied by solving the two-dimensional unsteady compressible Navier-Stokes equations in terms of mass-averaged variables.

The length to depth ratio of the rectangular cavity is three. The numerical scheme used is the finite-difference algorithm by :// It is shown that the term indicating the effect of cavity pressure change on the drag which existed in the case of the flows with free boundaries is identical to zero when the boundaries are solid.

It is also concluded that, in steady flow cases, the accuracy of the solutions using the linearized method is comparable to that using the   Turbulent flow over an embedded, rectangular cavity.

GEORGE CATALANO; 17 August Stability and Resonance in Grooved-Channel Flows. Shear-layer-driven transition in a rectangular cavity. Physics of Fluids, Vol. 30, No. Embedded cavity drag in steady and unsteady :// For Reynolds numbers less than a critical value, the flow is found to approach a stable steady-state.

The two-dimensional linear stability of this flow is then analyzed, and it is found that the least stable modes closely resemble Tollmien-Schlichting channel waves, forced by Kelvin-Helmholtz shear layer instability at the groove :// The test flows considered are a polar cavity flow starting from rest and the flow around a circular cylinder.

suppressing pressure oscillations and that the SMAC method is more efficient than the SIMPLEC and PISO methods for both steady and unsteady flows. P.A. Fuaad, M.F. Baig and H. Ahmad, Drag-reduction in buoyant and neutrally   In fluid dynamics, d'Alembert's paradox (or the hydrodynamic paradox) is a contradiction reached in by French mathematician Jean le Rond d'Alembert.

D'Alembert proved that – for incompressible and inviscid potential flow – the drag force is zero on a body moving with constant velocity relative to the fluid. Zero drag is in direct contradiction to the observation of substantial drag on 'Alembert's_paradox. Extension of the familiar concept of boundary-layer separation to flow along moving walls and unsteady flows is a subject that attracted some interest in the ’s and has been investigated further in the past few years.

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Print Book & E-Book. ISBN. This report describes in brief the activities of our research in, first, cavitation inception, and them, second, tip vortex problems in steady and unsteady flows.

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