Calculation Methods for Aerodynamic Flows-A Review.- 1. Stability and Transition.- Stewartson Memorial Lecture: Hydrodynamic Stability and Turbulent Transition.- Transition Calculations in Three-Dimensional Flows.- Transitional Spot Formation Rate in Two-Dimensional Boundary Layers.- 2. Two-Dimensional Flows.- The Computation of Viscid-Inviscid Interaction on Airfoils with Separated Flow.- Laminar Separation Studied as an Airfoil Problem.- A Quasi-simultaneous Finite Difference Approach for Strongly Interacting Flow.- Newton Solution of Coupled Euler and Boundary-Layer Equations.- Aerofoils at Low Reynolds Numbers-Prediction and Experiment.- Comparison of Interactive and Navier-Stokes Calculations of Separating Boundary-Layer Flows.- Significance of the Thin-Layer Navier-Stokes Approximation.- A Comparison of Interactive Boundary-Layer and Thin-Layer Navier-Stokes Procedures.- Development of a Navier-Stokes Analysis to Investigate the Mechanism of Shock-Wave-Boundary-Layer Interactions.- 3. Unsteady Flows.- 13. Unsteady Airfoil Boundary Layers-Experiment and Computation.- 14.A Viscous-Inviscid Interaction Method for Computing Unsteady Transonic Separation.- 15. Computations of Separated Subsonic and Transonic Flow about Airfoils in Unsteady Motion.- 16. Massive Separation and Dynamic Stall on a Cusped Trailing-Edge Airfoil.- 17. Analysis of Two-Dimensional Incompressible Flow Past Airfoils Using Unsteady Navier-Stokes Equations.- 4. Three-Dimensional Flows.- 18. Computation of Velocity and Pressure Variation Across Axisymmetric Thick Turbulent Stern Flows.- 19. Inverse-Mode Solution of the Three-Dimensional Boundary-Layer Equations about a Shiplike Hull.- 20. Prediction of Dynamic Separation Characteristics Using a Time-Stepping Viscid-Inviscid Approach.- 21. Computation of Turbulent Separated Flows over Wings.- 22. An Interactive Scheme for Three-Dimensional Transonic Flows.- 23. x-Marching Methods to Solve the Navier-Stokes Equations in Two- and Three-Dimensional Flows.- 24. Computation of Three-Dimensional Flows with Shock-Wave-Turbulent-Boundary-Layer Interaction.- References.
The Third Symposium on Numerical and Physical Aspects of Aerodynamic Flows, like its immediate predecessor, was organized with emphasis on the calculation of flows relevant to aircraft, ships, and missiles. Fifty-five papers and 20 brief communications were presented at the Symposium, which was held at the California State University at Long Beach from 21 to 24 January 1985. A panel discussion was chaired by A. M. O. Smith and includeq state ments by T. T. Huang, C. E. lobe, l. Nielsen, and C. K. Forester on priorities for future research. The first lecture in memory of Professor Keith Stewartson was delivered by J. T. Stuart and is reproduced in this volume together with a selection of the papers presented at the Symposium. In Volume II of this series, papers were selected so as to provide a clear indication of the range of procedures available to represent two-dimensional flows, their physical foundation, and their predictive ability. In this volume, the emphasis is on three-dimensional flows with a section of five papers concerned with unsteady flows and a section of seven papers on three dimensional flows: The papers deal mainly with calculation methods and encompass subsonic and transonic, attached and separated flows. The selec tion has been made so as to fulfill the same purpose for three-dimensional flows as did Volume II for two-dimensional flows.
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