Computational Fluid Dynamics 2006: Proceedings of the Fourth by Herman Deconinck,E. Dick

By Herman Deconinck,E. Dick

ThisbookcontainstheproceedingsoftheFourthInternationalConference onComputationalFluidDynamics(ICCFD4), heldinGent, Belgiumfrom July10through16,2006. TheICCFDconferenceseriesisanoutcomeofthe mergeroftwoimportantstreamsofconferencesinComputationalFluid- namics: InternationalConferenceonNumericalMethodsinFluidDynamics, ICNMFD(since1996)andInternationalSymposiumonComputationalFluid Dynamics, ISCFD(since1985). In1998itwasdecidedtojointhetwoand ICCFD emerged as a biannual assembly, held in Kyoto in 2000, Sydney in 2002, Toronto in 2004 and Gent in 2006. hence, the ICCFD sequence grew to become theleadinginternationalconferenceseriesforscientists, mathematiciansand engineersinterestedinthecomputationof?uid?ow. The4theditionoftheconferencehasattracted200participantsfromall overtheworld;270abstractswerereceived, ofwhich135wereselectedina carefulpeerreviewprocessbytheexecutivecommittee(C. H. Bruneau, J. -J. Chattot, D. Kwak, N. Satofuka, D. W. Zingg, E. DickandH. Deconinck)for oralpresentationandafurther21forposterpresentation. Thepaperscontainedintheseproceedingsprovideanexcellentsnapshot of the ?eld of Computational Fluid Dynamics as of 2006. Invited keynote lecturesbyrenownedresearchersareincluded, withcontributionsinthe?eld ofdiscretizationschemes, high-endcomputingandengineeringchallenges, and two-phase?ow. Thesekeynotecontributionsarecomplementedby137regular papersonthemostdiverseaspectsofCFD: -Innovativealgorithmdevelopmentfor?owsimulation, optimisationandc- trol: higher-ordermethods(DG, FV, FEandRDmethods), iterativemethods andmultigrid, solutionadaptivemeshtechniques, errorestimationandc- trol, parallelalgorithms. -Innovativemodelingof?owphysicsintheareaofcompressibleandinc- pressible ?ows: hypersonic and reacting ?ows, two-phase ?ows, turbulence (LES, DES, DNS, andtransition), vortexdynamics, boundarylayerstability, multi-scalephysics, magnetohydrodynamics. Preface VII -advancedapplicationsusingtheabovementionedinnovativetechnology, and multidisciplinaryapplicationsincludingaero-elasticityandaero-acoustics. ThanksareduetooursponsorsNASA, theFWOResearchFoundation FlandersandtheEuropeanUnionthroughtheEUA4XMarieCurieproject. Inparticular, thegenerousgrantfromNASAisakeyfactorinthesuccessof thisconferenceseriesandthepublicationoftheseProceedings. Wealsowouldliketothankthesta?andPhDstudentsofthevonKarman InstituteandtheDepartmentof?ow, heatandcombustionmechanicsofthe collage of Gent, for the assistance they supplied towards the good fortune of this convention. Sint-Genesius-Rode, Belgium HermanDeconinck vonKarmanInstituteforFluidDynamics Ghent, Belgium ErikDick GhentUniversity September2006 ConferenceChair Contents PartIInvitedSpeakers Twonewtechniquesforgeneratingexactlyincompressible approximatevelocities BernardoCockburn. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . three RoleofHigh-EndComputinginMeetingNASA'sScience andEngineeringChallenges RupakBiswas, EugeneL. Tu, WilliamR. VanDalsem. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 RecentAdvancesofMulti-phaseFlowComputationwiththe AdaptiveSoroban-gridCubicInterpolatedPropagation(CIP) technique TakashiYabe, YouichiOgata, KenjiTakizawa. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 PartIISchemes OntheComputationofSteady-StateCompressibleFlows UsingaDGMethod HongLuo, JosephD. Baum, RainaldL]ohner. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . forty seven Space-TimeDiscontinuousGalerkinMethodforLarge AmplitudeNonlinearWaterWaves YanXu, JaapJ. W. vanderVegt. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . fifty three AdiscontinuousGalerkinmethodwi

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