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Computation of viscous incompressible flows

Author: Dochan Kwak; Cetin Kiris
Publisher: Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, ©2011.
Series: Scientific computation.
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This monograph is intended as a concise and self-contained guide to practitioners and graduate students for applying approaches in computational fluid dynamics (CFD) to real-world problems that require a quantification of viscous incompressible flows. In various projects related to NASA missions, the authors have gained CFD expertise over many years by developing and utilizing tools especially related to viscous  Read more...
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Kwak, Dochan.
Computation of viscous incompressible flows.
Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, ©2011
(OCoLC)708401635
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Dochan Kwak; Cetin Kiris
ISBN: 9789400701939 9400701934
OCLC Number: 700199752
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 285 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Note continued: 4.7.2. Numerical Results --
5. Flow Solvers and Validation --
5.1. Scope of Validation --
5.1.1. Artificial Compressibility Codes --
5.1.2. Pressure Projection Code --
5.2. Selection of Codes for Engineering Applications --
5.3. Steady Internal Flow: Curved Duct with Square Cross Section --
5.4. Time-Dependent Flow --
5.4.1. Flow Over a Circular Cylinder --
5.4.2. Impulsively Started Flat Plate at 90° --
5.4.3. Pulsatile Flow Through A Constricted 2-D Channel --
5.4.4. Flapping Foil in a Duct --
5.5. External and Juncture Flow --
5.5.1. Cylinder on a Flat Plate --
5.5.2. Wing-Body Junction --
5.5.3. Wingtip Vortex Flow --
6. Simulation of a Liquid-Propellant Rocket Engine Subsystem --
6.1. Historical Background --
6.2. Flow Analysis in the Space Shuttle Main Engine (SSME) --
6.3. Flow Analysis Task and Computational Model for the SSME Powerhead --
6.3.1. Computational Model Description --
6.3.2. Multiple-Zone Computation --
6.3.3. Grid and Geometry Effects --
6.4. Turbulence Modeling Issues --
6.4.1. Selection of Turbulence Model for Internal Flow --
6.4.2. Turbulence Modeling Issues Involving Strong Streamwise Curvature --
6.5. Analysis of the Original Three-Circular-Duct HGM Configuration --
6.6. Development of New Two Elliptic-Duct HGM Configuration --
6.6.1. From Redesign to Flight --
7. Turbopumps --
7.1. Historical Background --
7.2. Turbopumps in Liquid-Propellant Rocket Engines --
7.3. Mathematical Formulation for a Steady Rotating Frame of Reference --
7.4. Validation of Simulation Procedures Using a Steadily Rotating Inducer --
7.5. Application to Impeller Simulation --
7.5.1. SSME Impeller --
7.5.2. Advanced Impeller --
7.6. Simulation of a Complete Pump Geometry --
7.6.1. Geometry and Computational Grid --
7.6.2. Issues Related to Large-Scale Computations. Note continued: 7.6.3. Issues Related to Flange-to-Flange Simulation --
7.7. High-Fidelity Unsteady Flow Application to SSME Flowliners --
7.7.1. Description of the Flow Simulation Task --
7.7.2. Computational Model and Grid System --
7.7.3. Computed Results --
7.8. Some Aspects of a Parallel Implementation --
8. Hemodynamics --
8.1. Issues in Computational Hemodynamics for Humans --
8.1.1. Geometry of the Human Vascular System --
8.1.2. Modeling Non-Newtonian or Stress-Supporting Flow --
8.1.3. Turbulence Model --
8.1.4. Geometry and Morphology --
8.1.5. Arterial Wall Model --
8.1.6. Boundary Conditions --
8.1.7. Cardiovascular Model --
8.1.8. Brain Model --
8.2. Model Equations for Blood Flow Simulation --
8.2.1. Blood Flow Model --
8.2.2. Deformable Wall Model --
8.2.3. Vascular Bed Model --
8.2.4. Arteriolar Auto-Regulation Model --
8.3. Validation of the Simulation Procedure --
8.3.1. Carotid Bifurcation --
8.3.2. Circular Tube with 90° Bend --
8.3.3. Effect of Arterial Wall Distensibility --
8.3.4. Effects of Altered Gravity on Blood Circulation --
8.4. Blood Circulation in the Human Brain --
8.4.1. Collateral Circulation Under Auto-Regulation --
8.4.2. Extraction of Geometry Data from Anatomical Picture --
8.4.3. Effects of Gravitational Variations --
8.5. Simulations of Blood Flow in Mechanical Devices --
8.5.1. Artificial Heart Valves --
8.5.2. Ventricular Assist Devices.
Series Title: Scientific computation.
Responsibility: Dochan Kwak, Cetin C. Kiris.
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