A finite difference scheme for steady, supersonic, two-dimensional, compressible flow of real gases
Glaister, P. (1992) A finite difference scheme for steady, supersonic, two-dimensional, compressible flow of real gases. Computers & Mathematics with Applications, 24 (4). pp. 49-59. ISSN 0898-1221
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A finite difference scheme is presented for the solution of the two-dimensional equations of steady, supersonic, compressible flow of real gases. The scheme incorparates numerical characteristic decomposition, is shock-capturing by design and incorporates space-marching as a result of the assumption that the flow is wholly supersonic in at least one space dimension. Results are shown for problems involving oblique hydraulic jumps and reflection from a wall.
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