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Governing Equations
1.1 Introduction
1.2 Conservation Laws
1.3 Convective Derivative
1.4 Vector Notation
1.5 Entropy
1.6 Speed of Sound
1.7 Alternate Forms
One-Dimensional Euler Equations
2.1 Introduction
2.2 Differential Forms of One-Dimensional Euler Equations
2.2.1 Conservative Form
2.2.2 Nonconservative Form
2.2.3 Characteristic Form
2.3 Discontinuous Waves
2.4 Method of Characteristics
2.5 Expansion Fan
2.6 Domains of Dependence and Influence
2.7 Shock Formation
2.8 Shock Formation from Sinusoidal Disturbance
2.9 General Riemann Problem
2.10 Riemann Shock Tube
Fig. 2.18. Velocity for Riemann Shock Tube for p4/p1 = 2 and T4/T1 = 1
Accuracy, Consistency, Convergence, and Stability
3.1 Introduction
3.2 The Problem
3.3 Discretization
3.4 Four Issues
3.5 A Class of Discrete Approximations
3.6 Accuracy
3.7 Consistency
3.8 Flux Quadrature and Stability
3.8.1 A Simple Flux Quadrature
3.8.2 Another Simple Flux Quadrature
3.8.3 Numerical Domain of Dependence
3.8.4 Shock Waves and Weak Solutions
3.9 Stability
3.9.1 A Simple Flux Quadrature
Fig. 3.7. Example of instability with Euler explicit
3.9.2 Another Simple Flux Quadrature
3.10 Convergence
3.11 Conclusion
4.2 Reconstruction Using the Primitive Function
4.3 No New Extrema
4.4 Modified Upwind Scheme for Conservation Laws
4.4.5 Summary
4.4.6 Results
4.5 Essentially Non-Oscillatory Methods
4.5.1 Determination of the Value of a
4.5.2 Results
Godunov Methods
5.1 Introduction
5.2 Godunov’s Method
5.2.1 Algorithm
5.2.2 Stability
5.2.3 Accuracy, Consistency, and Convergence
5.3 Roe’s Method
5.3.1 Algorithm
5.3.2 Stability
5.3.3 Accuracy, Consistency, and Convergence
5.3.4 Entropy Fix
Fig. 5.12. Convergence for Roe’s Method using a second-order reconstruction
Fig. 5.14. Pressure for Riemann Shock Tube for p4/p1 = 2 and T4/T1 = 1
Fig. 5.15. Temperature for Riemann Shock Tube for p4/p1 = 2 and T4/T1 = 1
Fig. 5.17. Entropy for Riemann Shock Tube for p4/p1 = 2 and T4/T1 = 1
5.4 Osher’s Method
5.4.1 Algorithm
5.4.2 Stability
5.4.3 Accuracy, Consistency, and Convergence
Flux Vector Splitting Methods
6.1 Introduction
6.2 Steger and Warming’s Method
6.2.1 Algorithm
6.2.2 Stability
6.2.3 Accuracy, Consistency, and Convergence
6.3 Van Leer’s Method
6.3.1 Algorithm
6.3.2 Stability
6.3.3 Accuracy, Consistency, and Convergence
Fig. 6.12. Convergence for Van Leer’s Method using a first-order reconstruction
Temporal Quadrature
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Explicit Methods
7.2.1 Runge-Kutta
7.3 Implicit Methods
7.3.1 Beam-Warming
7.4 Stability of Selected Methods
7.4.1 Runge-Kutta
7.4.2 Beam-Warming
TVD Methods
8.1 Introduction
8.2 Total Variation
8.3 Flux Corrected Transport
8.3.1 Algorithm
8.3.2 Accuracy, Consistency, and Convergence
8.3.3 Total Variation
8.4 MUSCL-Hancock Method
8.4.1 Algorithm
8.4.2 Accuracy, Consistency, and Convergence
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Elements of Numerical Methods for Compressible Flows

Elements of Numerical Methods for Compressible Flows

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