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Journal of computational fluids engineering
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Korea Society of Computational Fluids Engineering
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Volume 8, Issue 4 - Dec 2003
Volume 8, Issue 3 - Sep 2003
Volume 8, Issue 2 - Jun 2003
Volume 8, Issue 1 - Mar 2003
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Analytical Solution for Hypersonic Flow on Blunt Bodies
Baik Doo Sung ;
Journal of computational fluids engineering, volume 8, issue 4, 2003, Pages 1~5
A Thin-layer Wavier-Stokes equations are applied for the hypersonic flow over blunt bodies with applications to laminar as well as turbulent flows. The equations are expressed in the forms of flux-vector splitting and explicit algorithm. The upwind schemes of Steger-Warming and Van Leer are investigated to predict accurately the heating loads along the surface of the body. A mixed scheme has been presented for the differencing the convective terms and the mixed scheme is found to be less dissipative producing accurate solutions.
Numerical Study on the Effect of Anisotropic Turbulence Characteristics on the Droplet Behaviors for Impinging Sprays
Ko G. H ; Ryou H. S ;
Journal of computational fluids engineering, volume 8, issue 4, 2003, Pages 6~15
It is an aim of this study to perform extensive numerical study for analyzing the anisotropic turbulence effects on spatial and temporal behaviors of droplet for impinging sprays. The turbulence model of Durbin is used for comparisons with the k-ε model. The turbulence-induced dispersions of droplets are considered to describe the anisotropy of turbulence effectively and spray/wall interactions are simulated using the model of Lee and Ryou. Present study investigates the overall and the internal structures of impinging diesel sprays such as spray shapes, radius and height of wall sprays, Sauter mean diameter (SMD), local droplet velocity, and local gas velocity and compared the results with experimental data by two adopted turbulence models. When the anisotropy effect of turbulence is included, better predictions for both gas and droplet tangential velocities are obtained, compared to the k-ε model. It is concluded that anisotropic effect of turbulence should be considered for simulating impinging diesel sprays.
Application of Navier-Stokes Equations to the Aerodynamic Design of Axial-Flow Turbine Blades
Chung H.T ; Chung K.S ; Park J.Y ; Baek J.H ; Chang B.I ; Cho S.Y ;
Journal of computational fluids engineering, volume 8, issue 4, 2003, Pages 16~25
The design method for transonic turbine blades has been developed based on Wavier-Stokes equations. The present computing process is done on the four separate steps, i.e., determination of the blade profile, generation of the computational grids, cascade flow simulation and analysis of the computed results in the sense of the aerodynamic performance. The blade shapes are designed using the cubic polynomials under the control of the design parameters. Numerical methods for the flow equations are based on Van-Leer's FVS with an upwind TVD scheme on the finite volume. In the present study, numerical simulation has been done to investigate the effects of the design parameters on the aerodynamic peformance of the axial-flow turbine blades. Applications are made to the VKI transonic rotor blades. Computed results are analyzed with respect to four parameters and compared with the experimental data.
Analysis on Aerodynamic Characteristics of the CRW Air-Vehicle
Choi Seong Wook ; Kim Jai Moo ;
Journal of computational fluids engineering, volume 8, issue 4, 2003, Pages 26~33
Smart UAV Development Program, one of the 21c Frontier R&D Program sponsored by MOST(Ministry of Science and Technology), was launched in 2002 As an air vehicle for the Smart UAV, CRW(Canard Rotor/wing) concept was one of the candidates compared in trade-off study. The CRW concept has not only been proven completely but its aerodynamic characteristics not known in detail yet. Two calculation methods were adopted in this study to obtain aerodynamic data for the CRW First method was the superpose DATCOM method which is capable of three lifting sufaces, and second one is the full Navier-Stokes computation around CRW configuration using overset grid method. Basic aerodynamic characteristics of the CRW configuration was analyzed and the minimum drag level with lift to drag ratio is presented. The peculiar flow characteristics around rotor/wing and hub were also examined and considered in the configuration design.
Effects of Nose Radius of Blunt Body on Aerodynamic Heating in Thermochemical Nonequilibrium Flow
Lee Chang Ho ; Park Seung O ;
Journal of computational fluids engineering, volume 8, issue 4, 2003, Pages 34~40
The effect of nose radius on aerodynamic heating is investigated by using the Navier-Stokes code extended to thermochemical nonequilibrium airflow, Spherical blunt bodies, whose nose radius varies from 0.O03048 m to 0.6096 m, flying at Mach 25 at an altitude of 53.34 km are considered. Comparison of heat flux at stagnation point with the solution of Viscous Shock Layer and Fay-Riddell are made. Results show that the flow for very small radius is in a nearly frozen state, and therefore the heat flux due to diffusion is smaller than that due to translational energy. As the radius becomes larger, the portion of heat flux by diffusion becomes greater than that of heat flux by translational temperature and approaches to a constant value.
A Numerical Model to Analyze Thermal Behavior of a Radiative Heater Disigned for Flip-Chip Bonders
Lee S. H ; Kwak H. S ; Han C. S ; Ryu D. H ;
Journal of computational fluids engineering, volume 8, issue 4, 2003, Pages 41~49
This study presents a numerical model to analyze dynamic thermal behavior of a hot chuck designed for flip-chip bonders. The hot chuck of concern is a heater which has been specifically developed for accomplishing high-speed and ultra-precision soldering. The characteristic features are radiative heat source and the heating tool made of a material of high thermal diffusivity. A physical modeling has been conducted for the network of heat transport. A simplified finite volume model is deviced to simulate time-dependent thermal behavior of the heating tool on which soldering is achieved. The reliability of the proposed numerical model is verified experimentally. A series of numerical tests illustrate the usefulness of the numerical model in design analysis.
Optimum Design of a Cross Flow Fan
Kim Dong-Hoon ; Park Hyung-Koo ;
Journal of computational fluids engineering, volume 8, issue 4, 2003, Pages 50~57
Cross-flow fans are widely used in various applications, due to their large capacity of mass flow and size compactness. The flow field of the cross-flow fan is, however, complex and has many design parameters. Thus, the general design guide has not been sufficiently established yet and the design strategies of cross-flow fans have been mostly based on experiments. In the present study, the performance and their two-dimensional flow characteristics are numerically analyzed by using the STAR-CD(commercial computational fluid dynamics code). The simulation is done by varying the several design parameters such as the impeller blade shapes and the gap between the stabilizer and impeller. The computational results are compared with the experimental data at the fan outlet region. Finally, some helpful guides for the optimum design of cross-flow fans are proposed.
한국과학기술원 기계공학과 유동제어 연구실 소개
Journal of computational fluids engineering, volume 8, issue 4, 2003, Pages 58~61