## Computational Fluid Dynamics 2000: Proceedings of the First International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics, ICCFD, Kioto, Japan, 10-14 July 2000 \ Edited by Nobuyuki SatofukaThis volume constitutes the Proceedings of the First International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics, held at the Kyoto Research Park, Kyoto, Japan on 10-14 July, 2000. The conference is the first one at which the Inter national Conference on Numerical Methods in Fluid Dynamics (ICNMFD) and the International Symposium on Computational Fluid Dynamics (ISCFD) were merged. The purpose of the conference was to bring together scientists, mathe maticians, and engineers to review and share recent advances in mathematical and computational techniques for modeling fluid dynamics. The conference had the following format: Each day of the conference except Wednesday (July 12) started with a plenary session at which an invited lecture was delivered. During the rest of the day there were three sessions in parallel in which oral presentations were made. Poster presentations were also made on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday afternoons. A total of 205 abstracts were submitted from all over the world, and were evaluated by five paper selection committees chaired by J.J. Chattot (USA), KW. Morton (UK), M. Napolitano (Italy), K Srinivas (Austraria) and myself. Out of 136 papers accepted for oral presentations, 17 were withdrawn and out of 46 papers accepted for poster presentation, 14 were cancelled. |

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### Contents

Progress in UnstructuredGrid | 3 |

Defect and Adjoint Error Correction | 28 |

A SolutionAdaptive Technique | 55 |

Anisotropic Cartesian Grid Adaptation | 73 |

All Hexahedra Unstructured Mesh Adaptative | 87 |

Dimitri J Mavriplis | 100 |

DRAGON Grid | 113 |

Calculations of LowMachNumber Viscous Flows | 127 |

Lattice Boltzmann Simulations of Drop Deformation | 499 |

Comparison between Volume of Fluid Method | 505 |

Lattice Boltzmann Simulation of Magnetohydrodynamic Flows | 511 |

Convergence Acceleration in Lattice Boltzmann Method | 517 |

Flow Prediction by LatticeBoltzmann Methods | 523 |

Numerical Simulation of Fluid Motions in a Rotating Field | 529 |

DNS of Sound Generated by Cylinder Wakes | 537 |

Numerical Simulation of Aeroacoustic Field in a 2D Cascade | 543 |

Numerical Modeling of Discontinuous Gas Dynamic | 145 |

Numerical Study of Transonic ShockBoundary Layer | 157 |

Computation of Gortler Vortices in Separated Hypersonic Flows | 171 |

Numerical Investigation on the Transition between Regular | 189 |

SpaceTime Method for Chemically Reacting Flows | 207 |

A Visualization Technique to Identify the Flow Mechanism | 221 |

Unsteady ThreeDimension Flow in Curved Distensible Tubes | 227 |

HighReynolds Number Solutions of Incompressible | 247 |

Multigrid Solutions for the ThreeDimensional | 265 |

Multigrid Methods for Thin Liquid Film Spreading Flows | 279 |

Numerical Approach to Free Surface Generation | 293 |

A NavierStokes Solver Using EdgeBased Smoothing | 313 |

An Artificial Boundary Condition for Subsonic Flows | 331 |

Imposing Boundary Conditions with the Injection the Projec | 347 |

Sokolov E V Timofeev J Sakai K Takayama | 360 |

Entropy Splitting for High Order Numerical Simulation | 361 |

Some Properties of Residual Distribution Schemes | 379 |

Detailed Computations of Laminar Reactive Flows | 393 |

LargeScale Parallel Simulations | 411 |

Domain Decomposition Method and Fast Diagonalization Solver | 429 |

Large Eddy Simulation Analysis of Lobed Mixer Nozzle | 443 |

LES Using a Parallel Multidimensional Upwind Solver | 461 |

A Finite Volume Formulation for Compact Schemes | 479 |

Numerical Analysis of the Pressure Drop in Porous Media Flow | 493 |

An Accurate Method for Computing Propagation of Sound Waves | 549 |

Computation of Feedback Aeroacoustic System | 555 |

Numerical Studies of the Separated Flow around a 2D Airfoil | 561 |

Quality and Level of the Airfoil Shapes | 569 |

ThreeDimensional Vortex Method | 589 |

Computation of Active Control of Flow past a Circular Cylinder | 607 |

Flux Schemes for the Numerical Simulation of Two Phase Flows | 621 |

Numerical Simulation on the Propagation | 639 |

A Coupled CFDCSD Methodology | 659 |

An Improved Aerodynamic Inverse Design Method | 679 |

Transonic Airfoil Optimization Using a Gradient Method | 697 |

A MovingMesh FiniteVolume Scheme for Compressible Flows | 705 |

Yoko Takakura | 718 |

Numerical Simulation of Droplet and Bubble Flows | 731 |

Theoretical Aspects of Composite Grid Methods | 749 |

The Instability of Natural Convection Boundary Layer | 763 |

Numerical Analysis of Transport Properties | 769 |

Global Stability Analysis of TwoDimensional Incompressible Flows | 775 |

Cytofluid Dynamic Theory | 781 |

Numerical Simulation of Axisymmetric Super and Hypersonic | 787 |

Computational Experiment of a Complex Dusted Plasma Flow | 789 |

DNS of the FreeSurface Turbulent Flow | 803 |

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