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Pseudo-time method for optimal shape design using the Euler equations

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Published
**1995**
by Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering, NASA Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, VA, [Springfield, Va
.

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Other titles | Pseudo time method for optimal shape design using the Euler equations. |

Statement | Angelo Iollo, Geojoe Kuruvila, Shlomo Ta"asan. |

Series | ICASE report -- no. 95-59., NASA contractor report -- 198205., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-198205. |

Contributions | Kuruvila, Geojoe., Ta"asan, Shlomo., Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering. |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 1 v. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL17141224M |

OCLC/WorldCa | 35518438 |

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Technical ReportICASE, Proceedings 14 th ICNMFD. Lecture notes in PhysicsSpringer Verlag. Google ScholarCited by: 1. In all the applications of pseudo-time-stepping method mentioned in Chapters 7- 11, the state equations have been the Euler equations.

In this chapter we extend the method to viscous compressible. In all the applications of pseudo-time-stepping method mentioned in Chapters 7- 11, the state equations have been the Euler equations. In this chapter we extend the method to viscous compressible flow modeled by the Reynolds Averaged Navier- Stokes equations together with algebraic turbulence model of Baldwin and by: 8.

In this paper we will restrict our attention to optimal shape design in 2D systems gov-erned by the Euler equations with discontinuities in the flow variables (an isolated normal shock wave). () One-shot pseudo-time method for aerodynamic shape optimization using the Navier-Stokes equations. International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids() Solving Optimal Control Problem of Monodomain Model Using Hybrid Conjugate Gradient by: The paper deals with a numerical method for aerodynamic shape optimization using simultaneous pseudo-timestepping.

We have recently developed a method for the optimization problem in which stationary states are obtained by solving the pseudo-stationary system of equations representing state, costate, and design equations.

The method requires no additional globalization techniques in the Cited by: 9. M/~kinen and J. Toivanen, Optimal shape design for Helmholtz/potential flow problem using fictitious domain method, AIAA Paper CP, The 5th AIAA/USAF/NASA/ISSMO Symposium on Multidisciplinary Analysis and Opti- mization,O.

Pironneau, Optimal shape design for elliptic systems, Springer-Verlag, Cited by: \(F \) is the key parameter in the discrete diffusion equation.

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illustrate the full computational procedure, the evaluation of an individual set of parameters requires four steps: 1. the computation of the composition of the mixture in the primary and secondary inlet, knowing the specific design variables; 2. the simplified CFD simulation, i.e., the resolution of the governing coupled equations for the flow.

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This book will be useful for scientists and engineers who are looking for efficient numerical methods for PDE-constrained optimization problems. It will be helpful for graduate and Ph.D. students in applied mathematics, aerospace engineering, mechanical engineering, civil engineering and computational engineering during their training and research.

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Schulz: Tensor approach to optimal control problems with fractional d-dimensional elliptic operator. Vermeire B, Loppi N, Vincent P,Optimal Runge-Kutta schemes for pseudo time-stepping with high-order unstructured methods, Journal of Computational Physics, Vol:Pages:ISSN: In this study we generate optimal Runge-Kutta (RK) schemes forconverging the Artificial Compressibility Method (ACM) using dualtime-stepping with high-order unstructured spatial discretizations.

The book is organized in sections which cover almost the entire spectrum of modern research in this emerging field. Indeed, even though the field of optimal control and optimization for PDE-constrained problems has undergone a dramatic increase of interest during the last four decades, a full theory for nonlinear problems is still lacking.

Detailed analysis of the results reveals that pseudo-time steps adapt to element size/shape, solution state, and solution point location within each element. Finally, results are presented for a turbulent 3D SD airfoil test case at Re=60, Time-dependent solutions to the incompressible Navier-Stokes equations are formulated in the ALE (Arbitrary Lagrangian-Eulerian) manner using the finite volume method and are performed in a time-marching manner using the pseudo-compressibility method, with special treatment in the conservation of mass and momentum both in space and in by: It serves as a useful reference for all interested in computational modeling of partial differential equations pertinent primarily to aeronautical applications.

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Kaessmair: Chair of Applied Mechanics, University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Paul-Gordan-Str. 3, Erlangen, Germany: P. Steinmann: Chair of Applied Cited by: 5.Intersection point A forward-Euler integration Sub-increments Correction or return to the yield surface Backward-Euler return 6 9 5 1 General method 6 9 5 2 Specific plane-stress method Consistent.