2 edition of **Fluid dynamics of unsteady, three-dimensional and separated flows** found in the catalog.

Fluid dynamics of unsteady, three-dimensional and separated flows

Squid Workshop Georgia Institute of Technology 1971.

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Published
**1971**
by Project Squid Headquarters, Jet Propulsion Center, Purdue University in West Lafayette, Ind
.

Written in

- Unsteady flow (Fluid dynamics) -- Congresses.,
- Turbulence -- Congresses.,
- Boundary layer.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Editor: F. J. Marshall. |

Contributions | Marshall, Francis J., ed., Project Squid., Georgia Institute of Technology. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | TA357 .S69 1971 |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | ix, 477 p. |

Number of Pages | 477 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL5393453M |

LC Control Number | 72610836 |

Computations of multi-fluid flows unsteady, fully three-dimensional flows. For flows that consist of two (or more) phases, book by Cliff, Grace and Weber [ 11 ], who dis- cuss the motion of a single bubble, drop and particle in considerable detail. Churchill [ 12 ]. Tenth International Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics Three-dimensional separated viscous flow analyses. Pages Tenth International Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics Book Subtitle Proceedings of the Conference, Held at the Beijing Science Hall, Beijing, China, June ,

The integral equation governing the skin friction in the neighborhood of an incipient separation point on a body in laminar flow at high Reynolds number Cited by: Squires K, Forsythe JR, Morton SA, Strang WZ, Wurtzler KE, Tomaro RF et al. Progress on detached-eddy simulation of massively separated flows. In 40th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit. Cited by:

techniques fail to capture the non-linearities in such flows and CFD techniques cannot accurately compute the highly complex, separated flow fields of full vehicle geometries in steady conditions, let alone unsteady ones. Numerical methods in fluid dynamics: Authors: Wirz, H. J.; Smolderen, J. J. steady three-dimensional flows about wings and wing-fuselage configurations, the analysis of inviscid unsteady transonic flows, the computation of separated transonic turbulent flows about airfoils, the finite-volume method, airfoil design by numerical optimization.

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