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A STUDY ON THE GRID GENERATION FOR TWO-DIMENSIONAL FLOW USING A POTENTIAL SOLVER
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A STUDY ON THE GRID GENERATION FOR TWO-DIMENSIONAL FLOW USING A POTENTIAL SOLVER
Lee, J.; Jung, K.;
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 Abstract
One of the obstacles on the grid generation for complex geometries with multi-block structured grids is the domain decomposition. In this paper, the domain decomposition for two-dimensional flow is studied using the flow characteristics. The potential flow equation with the source distribution on the panel surface is solved to extract the information of the flow. The current approach is applied to a two-dimensional cylinder and Bi-NACA0012 problems. The generated grids are applied to generic flow solvers and reasonable results are obtained. It can be concluded that the current methods is useful in the domain decomposition for the multi-block structured grid.
 Keywords
Grid Generation;Domain Decomposition;Potential Solver;Multi-block Structured Grid;
 Language
Korean
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