WIT Press


Three-Dimensional Internal Flow Calculations

Price

Free (open access)

Paper DOI

10.2495/CMEM970501

Volume

17

Pages

10

Published

1997

Size

772 kb

Author(s)

J.V. Soulis

Abstract

A marching in time finite-volume numerical procedure is presented for three-dimentional Euler analysis of internal configuration flows using general curvilinear coordinates. The results of the performed experiments could be used not only to back up the predictions of the proposed numerical technique, but at the same time to shed more light on the three- dimensional transonic and supersonic internal flow behaviour. Numerical solution results have been presented and compared with measurements as well as with predictions using two other three-dimensional flow solvers. 1- Introduction The non - working flow passages constitute transitional pieces with sharp bends, rapid flow area changes and irregular cross - sections. Nowdays, 3D Euler solvers are well developed

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