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Front tracking for gas dynamics.

by I-L Chern

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Published by Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University in New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementBy I-L. Chern, J. Glimm, O. McBryan, B. Plohr, S. Yaniv.
ContributionsGlimm, J., McBryan, O., Plohr, B., Yaniv, S.
The Physical Object
Pagination49 p.
Number of Pages49
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17867138M

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The solution at time to is evaluated on both sides of the front at ZQ, yielding a left and a right state. The solution at time ty is also evaluated at a normal distance A. on each side of the front. These states will be used to calculate the waves that FRONT TRACKING FOR GAS DYNAMICS 93 impinge on the front Cited by: In this paper the method is applied to the Euler equations describing compressible gas dynamics.

The main thrust here is validation of the front tracking method: we present results on a series of test problems for which comparison answers can be obtained by independent methods. Abstract. We present the results from some validation tests for a two-dimensional front tracking code for gas dynamics.

We study initial value problems with circularly symmetric initial data and compare the results to those obtained by a one-dimensional calculation exploiting the circular : B. Plohr, J. Glimm, O. McBryan. WAVE-FRONT TRACKING FOR THE EQUATIONS OF NON-ISENTROPIC GAS DYNAMICS(Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics: A conference in honor of Professor Tai-Ping Liu on his 60th Birthday) Author(s) ASAKURA, FUMIOKI Citation 数理解析研究所講究録.

of results for Books: Engineering & Transportation: Engineering: Aerospace: Gas Dynamics AFOQT Study Guide Air Force Officer Qualifying Test Prep Book. WAVE-FRONT TRACKING FOR THE EQUATIONS OF NON-ISENTROPIC GAS DYNAMICS(Mathematical Analysis in Fluid and Gas Dynamics: A conference in honor of Professor Tai-Ping Liu on his 60th Birthday) Article Author: Fumioki Asakura.

of front tracking and high-resolution finite difference methods produces a globally conser­ vative method that has proven successful in several applications including multidimensional modelling of high Mach number gas dynamics and modelling of combustion systems Cited by: wave-front tracking for the equations of isentropic gas dynamics 21 Since the equations () constitute a nonlinear hyperbolic system, jump discontinuities will appear in a solution even if the initial data are sufficiently smooth.

Asakura, F., Corli, A.: Wave-front tracking for the equations of non-isentropic gas dynamics. Preprint, Google ScholarCited by: 3.

Front tracking simulations of the Richtmyer-Meshkov instability produce significantly better agreement with experimentally measured growth rates than obtained in nontracking by: In this paper, we extend using the Runge-Kutta discontinuous Galerkin method together with the front tracking method to simulate the compressible two-medium flow on unstructured meshes.

A Riemann problem is constructed in the normal direction in the material interfacial region, with the goal of obtaining a compact, robust and efficient procedure to track the explicit sharp interface precisely.

Wave-front tracking for the equations of isentropic gas dynamics Article in Quarterly of Applied Mathematics 63(1) March with 25 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Fumioki Asakura. This book lays the foundations of gas- and fluid basic equations are developed from first principles, building on the (assumed) knowledge of Classical Mechanics.

This leads to the discussion of the mathematical properties of flows, conservation laws, perturbation analysis, waves and shocks.

The results from some validation tests for a two-dimensional front tracking code for gas dynamics are presented. Initial value problems with circularly symmetric initial data are studied, and the results are compared to those obtained by a one-dimensional calculation exploiting the circular symmetry.

The Kelvin-Helmholtz instability in the compressible, small amplitude regime is also studied Author: B. Plohr, J. Glimm, O. McBryan. Gas Dynamics book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A comprehensive examination of the fundamentals of compressible flow and gas 4/5(13).

The method is unconditionally stable and allows for moderately highcflnumbers (typically 1 4), and thus it is highly method is applied to the Euler equations of gas dynamics. In particular, it is tested on an expanding circular gas front, a wind tunnel with a step, a double Mach reflection, and a shock bubble interaction.

In this paper, we establish the convergence of the front tracking method for two-dimensional detonation problems. The Chapman–Jouguet (CJ) thin flame model is used. An iterative method for the solution to these model equations, and for which we prove convergence, is by: 9.

A level-set algorithm for tracking discontinuities in hyperbolic conservation laws is presented. The algorithm uses a simple finite difference approach, analogous to the method of lines scheme presented in C.-W. Shu and S. Osher (, J.).The zero of a level-set function is used to specify the location of the by: The Riemann Problem for Gas Dynamics acrobat 4 acrobat 3.

Finite Difference Methods for Gas Dynamics acrobat 4 acrobat 3. Front Tracking in One Space Dimension acrobat 4 acrobat 3.

Front Tracking in Two Space Dimensions acrobat 4 acrobat 3. Implementing Front Tracking acrobat 4 acrobat 3. Wave Interactions in Two Space Dimensions acrobat 4 acrobat 3. Implementing Wave Interactions in Front Tracking.

This edition of a very successful and widely adopted book has been brought up-to-date with computer methods and applications throughout. It makes use of spreadsheet programs, and contains unique procedures that have never appeared before in any gas dynamics book. KEY TOPICS Chapter topics include basic equations of compressible flow., wave propagation in compressible media, isentropic.

Tracking of rarefaction waves on the moving grid is difficult with this method since the waves must be represented as piecewise constant.

In one version the polytrophic gas equation of state was replaced by one in which the pressure is a continuous piecewise linear. Flip to back Flip to front. Gas Dynamics For Engineers Paperback – January 1, by Balachandran (Author) out of 5 stars 6 ratings.

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Article Tools. Add to my favorites. Download Citations. Track Citations. Recommend & Share. front tracking, detonations, gas dynamics, combustion, Lax–Wendroff. AMS Subject Headings 76L05, Cited by: 9.