## An Algebraic Homotopy Method for Generating Quasi-three-dimensional Grids for High-speed Configurations, Volume 4242National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Office of Management, Scientific and Technical Information Division, 1989 - Aerodynamics - 73 pages |

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### Contents

Theory and Mathematical Development | 4 |

Orthogonality | 13 |

Description of the Algorithm 2 3 | 23 |

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achieve orthogonality algebraic grid appears in Figure base shape blended wing blended wing-body configuration blended wing-body geometry blending functions body definition body geometries coefficient computational space Computed pressure contours Conformal Mapping control functions cross-sectional shapes Curvilinear Coordinate defined denote duct elliptic body end shapes Euler equations exponent Family of curves fighter aircraft Figure 21 finite-volume flow geometries flow solver given grid examples Grid line clustering Grid line concentration grid points grids in exhaust homotopic procedure homotopy parameter inner and outer inner boundary intersecting trajectories NASA nearly orthogonal Normalized Orthogonal Coordinate orthogonal grids orthogonal trajectories outer boundary partial differential equations planar grids planform prescribed present method presented in Figure quasi-three-dimensional grid systems scaling factor scaling function sectional grid shape transition function shown in Figure Smooth grid smoothly specified supersonic wing Techniques Three-view representation transfinite interpolation transformations transition surface values varies vectors vertical stabilizer wing tips wing-body junctions x-station