Fan Hand book, 1st Edition by Frank Bleier

By Frank Bleier

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Graham (1972) applied a similar least-squares approach to smoothing with both second- and third-order polynomials followed by the use of a third-order polynomial curve fit of the smoothed data to obtain profile derivatives by a finite differencing technique. The application of this method to aerofoil cascade flows has been reported by D. G. Graham and Lewis (1970). Curve fitting in practice tends to demand subjective interpretation and can in fact be virtually eliminated if we take the previous analysis one stage further.

In this sense the surface 11 The basis of surface singularity modelling vorticity model is precisely true to the physical reality of a real infinite Reynolds number (but fully attached) flow and is therefore the most natural of all numerical methods for potential flow analysis. Furthermore, as we shall see in Chapters 9-11, it is also possible to introduce models to simulate viscous diffusion, so that we may relax the present constraint of infinite Reynolds number. The surface vorticity method, unlike the source panel method, thus offers special attractions as a route towards the simulation of real fluid flows because the model truly reflects the physical reality, Lewis & Porthouse (1983a).

And i2 are unit vectors along the coordinate axes (ux, u2) and i3 is the unit vector normal to the surface. 55), namely div y = 0 or in curvilinear coordinates (L57) This equation, which constitutes an application of Helmholtz's vortex theorem to the vortex sheet, expresses the interdependency of the vorticity components Yi(ulf u2) and y2(uly u2). In a three40 Generalised equations for surface vorticity modelling dimensional problem only one of these is truly independent. 58) OU\ y2(ulf u2) can therefore always be expressed in terms of Yi{ui> ui) f° r a three-dimensional body surface grid, thereby reducing by one half the number of unknowns in a numerical scheme to equal that of the source panel method.

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