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30th computational fluid dynamics
March 8-12, 1999; H. Deconinck
Table of content
  • LIOU, M.-S.1 & EDWARDS, J.R.2 - 1NASA Lewis Research Center, USA & 2North Carolina State University, U.S.A.
    Ausm schemes and extensions for low Mach and multiphase flows
  • VENKATESWARAN, S. & MERKLE, L. - University of Tennessee Space Institute, USA
    Analysis of preconditionning methods for the Euler and Navier-Stokes equations
  • WESSELING, P. - Delft University of Technology & J.M. Burgers Center, The Netherlands
    Unified methods for computing incompressible & compressible flows
    Non-convex hyperbolic systems
  • MÜLLER, B. - Uppsala University, Sweden
    Low Mach number asymptotics of the Navier-Stokes equations and numerical implications
  • MÜLLER, B.1 & JENNY, P.2 - 1Uppsala University, Sweden & 2Cornel University, USA
    Rankine-Hugoniot-Riemann solver and convergence acceleration for low speed combustion
  • DARMOFAL, D.L.1 & VAN LEER, B.V.2 - 1Massachusetts Institute of Technology, USA & 2University of Michigan, USA
    Local preconditioning of the Euler equations : a characteristic interpretation
    Mutigrid acceleration of the preconditioned Euler and Navier-Stokes equations
  • BRAACK, M. & RANNACHER, R. - University of Heidelberg, Germany
    Adaptive finite element methods for Low-Mach-Number flows with chemical reactions
  • TOUMI, I.; KUMBARO, A.; PAILLÈRE, H. - Commissariat à l'Énergie Atomique, France
    Approximate Riemann Solvers and Flux Vector Splitting Schemes for Two-Phase Flow

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