By Z. J. Wang
This e-book involves vital contributions by means of world-renowned specialists on adaptive high-order tools in computational fluid dynamics (CFD). It covers a number of customary, and nonetheless intensively researched tools, together with the discontinuous Galerkin, residual distribution, finite quantity, differential quadrature, spectral quantity, spectral distinction, PNPM, and correction process through reconstruction tools. the focus is functions in aerospace engineering, however the e-book also needs to be worthy in lots of different engineering disciplines together with mechanical, chemical and electric engineering. considering the fact that lots of those tools are nonetheless evolving, the booklet should be a superb reference for researchers and graduate scholars to realize an knowing of the state-of-the-art and final demanding situations in high-order CFD tools.
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Figure 13 compares the pressure coefficient distributions of the P2 solution at eight sections along the span of the wing with those computed by the TAU and FUN3D codes . The FUN3D and TAU solutions have been computed on a grid with 11459041 nodes and on an adapted grid with 17053510 nodes, respectively. The P2 DG discretization employs 1889280 DOFs. 4. DLR-F6 wing-body configuration The DLR-F6 wing-body transport configuration has been the object of several wind-tunnel tests and computational studies, see Ref.
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