New Developments in Computational Fluid Dynamics: Proceedings of the Sixth International Nobeyama Workshop on the New Century of Computational Fluid Dynamics, Nobeyama, Japan, April 21 to 24, 2003 (Google eBook)

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Springer Science & Business Media, Jan 5, 2006 - Automotive and Aerospace Engineering, Traffic - 248 pages
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This volume contains 20 papers presented at the Sixth International Nobeyama Workshop on the New Century of Computational Fluid Dynamics, Nobeyama, Japan, April 21-24, 2003. The Nobeyama Workshop focuses on predicting the next one hundred years of development of Fluid Dynamics, accounting for the current status and future trends of high performance computation and communication. The papers cover computational electromagnetics, astrophysical topics, CFD research and applications in general, large-eddy simulation, vortical flows, mesh generation topics, visualization, DNA computing, multidisciplinary simulation and optimisation, as well as algorithmic developments. The Workshops are known for the informal and concentrated atmosphere of in-depth discussion thanks to all the efforts of Prof. Kunio Kuwahara at ISAS, Japan. In celebration of his 60th birthday, this workshop was dedicated to him.
  

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Contents

A Multidomain Spectral Collocation Method for Computational
1
K Kuwahara and H Takami Numerical Studies of TwoDimensional Vortex
9
Transition from a Deflagration to a Detonation
15
Hypersonic MagnetoAerodynamic Interaction
23
Electromagnetic Effects
31
Conclusions
44
Computational Results
52
K Kuwahara and S Komurasaki SemiDirect Simulation of a Flow Around
59
J Ooida and K Kuwahara Implicit LES of Turbulence Generated by a Lattice
124
Computational Study of Influences of a Seam Line
125
Conclusions
136
Numerical Model
143
Aerodynamic and Structural Analyses
152
Numerical Simulation of Formation and Movement
165
Results and Discussion
168
Evolutionary MultiObjective Optimization and Visualization
175

DNA Computing Based on Actual Biological Sequences
60
Conclusion
66
Parallel Flow Solver
72
Summary
79
Results and Discussions
86
Visualization Procedure
92
Conclusion
101
Concluding Remarks
109
Application of Nest to a Thin Curved
122
Concluding Remarks
183
System Implementation
192
Gas flow in Close Binary Star Systems
198
Flow Simulation using Combined Compact Difference Scheme
206
A New High Order Finite Volume Method
215
Conclusions
222
The Sixth International Nobeyama Workshop on the New Century
229
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