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a Dervieux, Alain
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a Numerical Simulation of Compressible Euler Flows
h Elektronische Ressource
b A GAMM Workshop
c edited by Alain Dervieux

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a 1st ed. 1989

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a Wiesbaden
b Vieweg+Teubner Verlag
c 1989, 1989

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a VIII, 360 p
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a Problems for analysis  Problems for analysis  Invited Survey Lectures  The computation of steady solutions to the Euler equations: a perspective  The International Vortex Flow Experiment: a test case for compressible Euler codes  Contributing Papers  Implicit Euler calculations using a Galerkin finite element approximation on adapted nonstructured meshes  Upwind secondorder unsteady scheme  Calculations of twodimensional compressible Euler flows with a new PetrovGalerkin finite element method  Multigrid scheme for the Euler equations  Computation of transonic steady f lows using a modified Lambda formulation  Euler calculations by upwind finite element methods and adaptive mesh algorithms  Computation of steady Euler equations using finite element method  A nonlinear multigrid method for the steady Euler equations  Numerical solutions to the Euler equations for the 1986 GAMM workshop  Implicit transonic calculations without artificial viscosity or upwinding  Transonic airfoil and intake calculations  A finite element scheme for the Euler equations  A contribution to the numerical prediction of transonic flows  Solution of compressible Euler flows using rational RungeKutta stepping scheme  Implicit finitevolume algorithms for the fluxsplit Euler equations  Workshop Analysis  A short synthesis of the contributions

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a Engineering Fluid Dynamics

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a Fluid mechanics

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a Physics and Astronomy

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a Computer simulation

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a Computer Modelling

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a Mathematical physics

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a Physics

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a Astronomy

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a Theoretical, Mathematical and Computational Physics

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a Springer Book Archives 2004

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a Notes on Numerical Fluid Mechanics and Multidisciplinary Design

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a 10.1007/9783322878755

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a The numerical simulation of the Euler equations of Fluid Dynamics has been these past few years a challenging problem both for research scientists and aerospace engineers. The increasing interest of more realistic models such as the Euler equations originates in Aerodynamics and also Aerothermics where aerospace applications such as military aircrafts and also space vehicles require accurate and efficient Euler solvers (which can be extended to more complicated modelisations including nonequilibrium chemistry) for su personic and hypersonic flows at high angles of attack and Mach number regimes involving strong shocks and vorticity. This book contains the proceedings of the GAMM Workshop on the Numerical Simu lation of Compressible Euler Flows. that W:LS held at INRIA, Rocquencourt (France), on June 1013, 1986. The purpose of this event was to compare in terms of accuracy and efficiency several codes for solving compressible inviscid, mainly steady, Euler flows. This workshop was a sequel of the GAMM workshop held in 1979 in Stockholm; this time, though, because of the present strong activity in numerical methods for the Euler equat.ions, the fullpotential approach was not included. Since 1979, other Eulpr workshops have been organised, sev eral of them focussed on airfoil calculations; however, many recently derived methods were not presented at these workshops, because, among other reasons, the methods were not far enough developed, or had not been applied to flow problems of sufficient complexity. In fact, the 1986 GAMM workshop scored very high as regards to the novelty of methods
