Frontiers of computational fluid dynamics 2006 by D. A. Caughey, M. M. Hafez PDF

By D. A. Caughey, M. M. Hafez

ISBN-10: 9812565272

ISBN-13: 9789812565273

The sequence of volumes to which this e-book belongs honors participants who've made a massive influence in computational fluid dynamics. This fourth quantity within the sequence is devoted to David Caughey at the get together of his sixtieth birthday. the 1st quantity was once released in 1994 and was once devoted to Prof Antony Jameson. the second one, devoted to Earl Murman, used to be released in 1998. The 3rd quantity was once devoted to Robert MacCormack in 2002.Written by means of prime researchers from academia, govt laboratories, and undefined, the contributions during this quantity current descriptions of the newest advancements in options for numerical research of fluid stream difficulties, in addition to functions to big difficulties in undefined.

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The vehicular fire in the tunnel has been modeled with the combustion of methane defined by the chemical reaction equation is CH4 202 + 2 H 2 0 COz. From the handbook of the Industrial Heating Equipment Association [7], the stoichiometric ratio for methane combustion is 10 and this corresponds to the case when the rate of smoke produced is 11 times the rate of methane consumed. This model has been used to simulate fire growth from initial localized fires such as an isolated car fire in the underground tunnel and by coupling the fire model with the unsteady flow equations during the occurrence of the fire, it is possible to track the growth and spread of the fire inside the tunnel as a function of time.

The collaboration with Professor Stephen Pope was also fruitful. Together they have worked, for a number of years, on a hybrid finite volume/particle method for simulations of turbulent reactive flows with remarkable success. Professor Caughey has worked with many scientists in industry and academia, and a11 his colleagues (without exception) admire him; he is very smart, hard working, fair, honest and after all a decent person. We simply wish him the best. The writer had always high respect for Professor Caughey, and after he finished this review, he is convinced that Professor Caughey deserves the highest respect any one in this field should receive.

487-500, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 1991. 79. Parallel Block Multigrid Solution of the Compressible Navier-Stokes Equations, (with Y. Yadlin and T. Tysinger) Proc. AIAA 10th Computational Fluid Dynamics Conference, pp. 965-966, Honolulu, Hawaii, June 1991. 80. Estimation of the Integrated Effect of Numerical Dissipation on NavierStokes Solutions, (with R. Varma) Proc. 4th International Symposium on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Vol. 11, pp. 1161-1166, University of California, Davis, Davis, California, September 9-12, 1991.

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