|Statement||Ken Morgan, Jaques Periaux, Francois Thomasset (eds.).|
|Series||Notes on numerical fluid mechanics ;, v. 9|
|Contributions||Morgan, K. 1945-, Periaux, Jacques., Thomasset, François., Gesellschaft für Angewandte Mathematik und Mechanik.|
|LC Classifications||QA929 .A5 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 419 p. :|
|Number of Pages||419|
|LC Control Number||85670052|
Finite Element Analysis of Laminar Viscous Flow Over a Step by Nonlinear Least Squares and Alternating Direction Methods R. Glowinski, B. Mantel, J. Periaux, O. Tissier Pages Calculations of Flow over a Step.- Calculation of Laminar Backward-Facing Step Flow with Four Discretization Schemes for the Convection Terms.- Laminar Flow past a Backward Step.- Finite Element Simulations of Flow past a Backward Facing Step.- Finite Element Analysis of Laminar Viscous Flow over a Step by Nonlinear Least Squares and Alternating Direction Methods A numerical method for solving the unsteady Navier-Stokes equations is used for the laminar flow behind a step. The method is based upon velocity-pressure formulation and conservative form of the Numerical Analysis of Laminar Flow over a Step | SpringerLinkCited by: 1. This study predicts a variety of laminar flows that include single-phase flow with heat transfer; particle-laden flow; particle-laden flow with heat transfer, and particle-laden flow with heat transfer and associated thermal effects for a backward-facing step configuration. The thermal effects considered are buoyancy and the thermophoresis by:
A numerical investigation of laminar ﬂow over a backward facing inclined step Aditya Mushyam. Josep M. Bergada. C. Navid Nayeri Received: 23 May /Accepted: 13 November Lin et al. analyzed numerically mixed convective heat transfer results for laminar, buoyancy-assisting, two-dimensional flow in a vertical duct with a backward-facing step for a wide range of inlet flow and wall temperature conditions. The authors presented in their work the velocity and temperature distributions along with Nusselt numbers and wall skin friction coefficient for wide ranges of flow and Cited by: The flow domain consisted of a backward-facing step in a rectangular channel of length mm, inlet height 30mm and step height, h=15mm, giving a expansion ratio. A x31 node finite-difference mesh was employed in the Eulerian calculation, giving cell sizes of Ax = 3mm and Ay = mm. Upon completing this tutorial, the user will be familiar with performing a simulation of internal, laminar, incompressible flow in a channel over a backward-facing step. Consequently, the following capabilities of SU2 will be showcased in this tutorial: Steady, 2D, laminar.
Figure 2: Flow past the step  Many experimental investigations have been carried out over the years. There has been a general focus on the laminar and transitional flow regimes as these have been found to give rise to complex three-dimensional vortical structures in the flow, and to be more sensitive to boundary conditions. 𝐿2 𝑊 𝐻 ℎ1. A numerical investigation of laminar flow over a three-dimensional backward-facing step is presented with comparisons with detailed experimental data, available in the literature, serving to. In a recent study, Bahrami and Gandjalikhan Nassab  analyzed the convection flow over forward facing step in a duct to investigate the amount of entropy generation in this type of flow. A review of research on laminar convection flow over backward and forward facing step was done by Abu-Mu- Author: A. Dehghani Rayeni, S. A. Gandjalikhan Nassab. These two studies, [2,15], are important in the sense that their two-dimensional com- putational stability analysis show that the ﬂow over a back- ward-facing step is temporally stable at high Reynolds numbers, that is to say there exist steady solutions of the ﬂow over a backward-facing step at high Reynolds Size: 1MB.