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25th computational fluid dynamics
March 21-25, 1994; H. Deconinck
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  • KROLL, N.; RADESPIEL, R.; ROSSOW, C-C. -DLR, BRAUNSCHWEIG, GERMANY
    Accurate and efficient flow solvers for 3D applications on structured meshes
  • BARTH, T .J. -NASA AMES RESEARCH CENTER, USA
    Aspects of unstructured grids and finite-volume solvers for the Euler and Navier-Stokes equations
  • ROE, P.L. -U. OF MICHIGAN, ANN ARBOR, USA
    Upwinding without dissipation
    Multidimensional upwinding : Motivation and concepts
    High resolution schemes for complex hyperbolic conservation laws
  • SAAD, Y. -U. OF MINNESOTA, USA
    Krylov subspace techniques, conjugate gradients, preconditioning and sparse matrix solvers
  • DEGREZ, G.; ISSMAN, E. -VON KARMAN INSTITUTE, BELGIUM
    Acceleration of compressible flow solvers by Krylov subspace methods
  • DECONINCK, H.; STRUkJS, R.; BOURGOIS, G. -VON KARMAN INSTITUTE, BELGIUM
    ROE, P.L. -U. OF MICHIGAN, USA
    High resolution shock capturing cell vertex advection schemes for unstructured grids
  • ROSSOW, c-c. -DLR, BRAUNSCHWEIG, GERMANY
    A cell-vertex upwind scheme with flux balance splitting for the Euler and Navier-Stokes equations on structured meshes
  • DECONINCK, H. -VON KARMAN INSTITUTE, BELGIUM
    Analysis of wave propagation properties for the Euler equations in two space dimensions
  • PAILLERE, H.; CARETTE, J-C.; DECONINCK, H. -VON KARMAN INSTITUTE, BELGIUM
    Multidimensional upwind and SUPG methods for the solution of the compressible flow equations on unstructured grids

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