A variational principle for compressible fluid mechanics: discussion of the multi-dimensional theory
Robert Joel Prozan, Langley Research Center, United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Scientific and Technical Information Branch, Continuum, Inc
National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Scientific and Technical Information Branch, 1982 - Fluid mechanics - 29 pages
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100 time steps 200 time steps 6ypv absolutely conservative AIAA AIII assembled system axial slip BIII boundary condition code bTTT closed system Compressible Fluid Mechanics computer program constraint term Corner Conservation corner node diaphragm burst digits dynamically differences based equation 16 equations of motion Expansion Corner Treatment explicit analog extensive system entropy fixed Results plotted Fluid Mechanics Discussion formulation free parameters grid held fixed Results Huntsville INFORMATION Initial Conditions interior node Lagrange multipliers Langley Research Center lateral slip Mach 1.2 jet method nodal analog Numerical Analysis numerical approximation Performing Organization pressure ratios pressure region occurs Principle for Compressible principle for fluid problems procedure Quiescent Background Robert Joel Prozan RUN INFORMATION Initial second order secondary jet shock tube Sketch slip along walls,inlet slip condition system entropy production system volume integral variational principle walls,inlet held fixed weight functions zero