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Inviscid flow
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Inviscid flow
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- 11 foot Unitary Plan tunnel facility optical improvement large window analysis
- A Modified lifted line theory for wing-propeller interference : progress report for the period June 1 to September 30, 1983
- A high order discontinuous Galerkin method for 2D incompressible flows
- A viscous-inviscid interactive procedure for rotational flow in cascades of two dimensional airfoils of arbitrary shape : final report
- Aeroelastic calculations using CFD for a typical business jet model
- An inviscid computational study of an X-33 configuration at hypersonic speeds
- Analysis and mitigation of numerical dissipation in inviscid and viscid computation of vortex-dominated flows : final report for the period February 1988 to November 1988
- Analysis of some acoustics-jet flow interaction problems
- Analytical determination of propeller performance degradation due to ice accretion
- Analytical determination of propeller performance degradation due to ice accretion
- Application of a Runge-Kutta scheme for high-speed inviscid internal flows
- Calculation of laminar heating rates on three-dimensional configurations using the axisymmetric analogue
- Computational study of a McDonnell Douglas single-stage-to-orbit vehicle concept for aerodynamic analysis
- Conceptual design for a dual-bell rocket nozzle system using a NASA F-15 airplane as the flight testbed
- Efficient gradient-based shape optimization methodology using inviscid/viscous CFD : summary of research report for the period of March 9, 1995 to March 8, 1997, grant# NCC-1-211
- Euler technology assessment : SPLITFLOW code applications for stability and control analysis on an advanced fighter model employing innovative control concepts
- Evaluation of 3D inverse code using rotor 67 as test case : final report
- Impact of an exhaust throat on semi-idealized rotating detonation engine performance
- Inviscid flow computations of several aeroshell configurations for a '07 Mars lander
- Inviscid flow computations of the orbital sciences X-34 over a Mach number range of 1.25 to 6.0
- Inviscid flow computations of the shuttle orbiter for Mach 10 and 15 and angle of attack 40 to 60 degrees
- Inviscid flow computations of two '07 Mars Lander aeroshell configurations over Mach number range of 2 to 24
- Inviscid spatial stability of a compressible mixing layer, Part III, Effect of thermodynamics
- Methodology for simulation of unsteady flows to determine the time-dependent interference between stationary and moving boundaries : [abstract
- Numerical simulation of vitiation effects on a hydrogen-fueled dual-mode scramjet
- Numerical speed of sound and its application to schemes for all speeds
- Progress in grid generation : from chimera to DRAGON grids
- Some approaches towards constructing optimally efficient multigrid solvers for the inviscid flow equations
- Structure of the small amplitude motion on transversely sheared mean flows
- Study of the velocity gradient tensor in turbulent flow
- Summary report of the orbital X-34 wing static aeroelastic study
- The inviscid stability of supersonic flow past a sharp cone
- The stability of two-dimensional wakes and shear-layers at high Mach numbers
- Unstructured grid Euler method assessment for longitudinal and lateral/directional stability analysis of the HSR Reference H configuration at transonic speeds
- WIND : computer program for calculation of three-dimensional potential compressible flow about wind turbine rotor blades
- Wave number selection for incompressible parallel jet flows periodic in space
- Zonally averaged model of dynamics, chemistry and radiation for the atmosphere : semiannual status report for the period June 1, 1985 to November 30, 1985

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