Development of Efficient Algorithms for the Solutions of Full Potential and Euler Equations on Vector Computers
For the efficient use of vector computers, three problems in the area of computational aerodynamics are dealt with. These are: 3-D full potential equation, body-fitted grid generation for wing-body configurations and 3-D Euler equations. Special features of each of these problems are emphasized. Various techniques to overcome the bottlenecks appearing therein are described.
KeywordsEuler Equation Transonic Flow Large Grid Finite Volume Scheme Vector Computer
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