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DEKAF: an Open-Source Spectral Boundary-Layer Solver - Fernando Miró Miró, Koen Groot, Ethan S. Beyak, Alexander J. Moyes, Fabio Pinna, Helen L. Reed - VKI Technical Memorandum 56 - Free download

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VKI Technical Memorandum 56, Fernando Miró Miró, Koen Groot, Ethan S. Beyak, Alexander J. Moyes, Fabio Pinna, Helen L. Reed, DEKAF: an Open-Source Spectral Boundary-Layer Solver, 174 pgs


https://doi.org/10.35294/tm56

DEKAF: an Open-Source Spectral Boundary-Layer Solver - Fernando Miró Miró, Koen Groot, Ethan S. Beyak, Alexander J. Moyes, Fabio Pinna, Helen L. Reed - VKI Technical Memorandum 56 - Free download

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DEKAF: an Open-Source Spectral Boundary-Layer Solver
By Fernando Miró Miró1, Koen Groot2,3, Ethan S. Beyak2, Alexander J. Moyes2, Fabio Pinna1, Helen L. Reed2 - 1von Karman Institute for Fluid Dynamics, Belgium, 2Texas A&M University, USA, 3Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands

VKI Technical Memorandum 56, 14 September 2020, 174 pgs

https://doi.org/10.35294/tm56


Abstract

This technical report presents an overview of the result of a collaborative effort between Delft University of Technology, the von Karman Institute and Texas A&M University: the spectral multi-regime flow solver DEKAF. The acronym DEKAF refers to the Digits by Ethan, Koen, Alex and Fernando. The various sets of coordinate systems, equations, and boundary conditions that can be solved are presented, together with the multiple thermophysical models that are implemented in the function suite. The numerical methods employed to solve the equation systems are also introduced and explained. Several verification cases are presented, together with a summary of the modeling-parameter space sectors that have and have not been verified, both directly and indirectly.

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