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Partiallydecoupled upwindbased totalvariationdiminishing TVD finitedifference schemes for the solution of the conservation laws governing twodimensional nonequilibrium vibrationally relaxing and chemically reacting flows of thermallyperfect gaseous mixtures are presented. In these methods, a...
Isotropic artificial dissipation is added to the NavierStokes equations along with a correction term which cancels the artificial dissipation term in the limit when the mesh size is zero. For a finite mesh size, the correction term replaces the artificial viscosity terms with hyperviscosity...
The suitability of a coupled scheme based on parabolicelliptic NavierStokes equations for calculating film cooling flows and heat transfer downstream of flush, angled injection slots is explored. The coupled algorithm that combined the coarse mesh outer NavierStokes and fine grid inner parabolic...
A finite element based numerical model is employed to obtain isothermal and heat transfer predictions for the case of turbulent flow with a decaying swirl component in a stationary circular pipe. An assessment is made on the quality of predictions based on the choice of turbulence modelling...
A mathematical model is developed for the description of the thermohydraulics of the twophase flow phenomenon in a vertical pipe. Using an additional momentum equation for the slip velocity, it is shown that the computation of slip and pressure drop from the model equations is possible without...
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