Calculations of Separated Vortex Flows at Low Speed for Low-Aspect-Ratio Wings
An implicit finite-difference scheme has been developed for solving three-dimensional incompressible Navier-Stokes equations. Computations for complicated vortical flows past several sharp- and round-edged delta and double-delta wings at high angles of attack and sideslip are discussed. Computed results demonstrate the effectiveness of the present method and show good agreement with experimental data.
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