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Incompressible flow
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Incompressible flow
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**Incompressible flow**represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in**University of Missouri-St. Louis Libraries**.- Label
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- A dual potential formulation of the Navier-Stokes equations
- A general fluid system simulation program to model secondary flows in turbomachinery
- A general fluid system simulation program to model secondary flows in turbomachinery
- A high-order Lagrangian-decoupling method for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations
- A high-order Lagrangian-decoupling method for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations
- A least-squares finite element method for incompressible Navier-Stokes problems
- A numerical method for incompressible flow with heat transfer
- An NPARC turbulence module with wall functions : under cooperative agreement NCC3-370
- An unsteady time asymptotic flow in the square driven cavity
- An upwind-differencing scheme for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations
- Analytical determination of propeller performance degradation due to ice accretion
- Application of an upwind high resolution finite-differencing scheme and multigrid method in steady-state incompressible flow simulations
- Calculations of diffuser flows with an anisotropic K-[epsilon] model
- Calculations of diffuser flows with an anisotropic K-[epsilon] model
- Comparative study of advanced turbulence models for turbomachinery : contract NAS8-38860, final report
- Computation of viscous incompressible flows
- Computational fluid mechanics utilizing the variational principle of modeling damping seals
- Computational investigation of flap-edges : final report, NASA award NCC-2-857
- Computations of complex three-dimensional turbulent free jets
- Connection between the lattice Boltzmann equation and the beam scheme
- Crossed hot-wire data acquisition and reduction system
- Direct numerical simulation of a temporally evolving incompressible plane wake : effect of initial conditions on evolution and topology
- Direct numerical simulation of evolution and control of linear and nonlinear disturbances in three-dimensional attachment-line boundary layers
- Direct numerical simulation of incompressible pipe flow using a B-spline spectral method
- Direct numerical simulation of incompressible pipe flow using a b-spline spectral method
- Experimental and computational investigation of lift-enhancing tabs on a multi-element airfoil
- High accuracy solutions of incompressible Navier-Stokes equations
- Higher-order compact schemes for numerical simulation of incompressible flows
- Implementation and validation of the Chien k-[epsilon] turbulence model in the Wind Navier-Stokes code
- Impulsive start of a symmetric airfoil at high angle of attack
- Mean velocity and turbulence measurements in a 90° curved duct with thin inlet boundary layer : final report
- Modeling of vortex-induced oscillations based on indicial response approach
- Numerical modeling of turbulent flow in a channel
- Numerical simulation methods of incompressible flows and an application to the space shuttle main engine
- On aeroacoustics of a stagnation flow near a rigid wall
- On the anomaly of velocity-pressure decoupling in collocated mesh solutions
- Optimal control of lift/drag ratios on a rotating cylinder
- Parallelization of a multigrid incompressible viscous cavity flow solver using openMP
- Physics based model for cryogenic chilldown and loading, part I, Algorithm
- Preconditioning methods for low-speed flows
- Rayleigh-Benard simulation using gas-kinetic BGK scheme in the incompressible limit
- Reduced Navier Stokes relaxation procedures for internal flows : final report, NASA grant no. NAG3-397, 3/01/83-2/28/96
- Self-similar compressible free vortices
- Singularities in the classical Rayleigh-Taylor flow : formation and subsequent motion
- Textbook multigrid efficiency for the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations : high Reynolds number wakes and boundary layers
- The spectral and statistical properties of turbulence generated by a vortex/blade-tip interaction : final technical report ...
- Transient radiative energy transfer in incompressible laminar flows : progress report for the period ended June 30, 1987
- Two-dimensional high-lift aerodynamic optimization using neural networks
- ULTRA-SHARP nonoscillatory convection schemes for high-speed steady multidimensional flow
- Viscous driven-cavity solver

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