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A cost-effective strategy for nonoscillatory convection without clipping
by NASA, Institute for Computational Mechanics in Propulsion, NASA Lewis Research Center, Case Western Reserve University, For sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington, D.C.], [Cleveland, Ohio], [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Cost effective strategy for nonoscillatory convection without clipping.|
|Statement||B.P. Leonard and H.S. Niknafs.|
|Series||NASA technical memorandum -- 102538.|
|Contributions||Niknafs, H. S., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration., Lewis Research Center. Institute for Computational Mechanics in Propulsion.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||22|
Convection. transfer of heat energy by the movement of a liquid (water) or gas (air). Solid. molecules move slowly and will be more compacted (very dense) Gas. molecules will move faster and will be far apart (less dense) Air Pressure. The weight of the air molecules all around us. The density of air molecules in an area. Center for Turbulence Research Proceedings of the Summer Program Modeling of natural convection heat transfer By S. Tieszen, A. Ooi, P. Durbin AND M. Behnia Results from two-dimensional calculations using the v2 −f and a k− model are compared with data for two geometries, the vertical ﬂat plate and the
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Physical mechanism of convection Conduction and convection both require the presence of a material medium but convection requires fluid motion. Convection involves fluid motion as well as heat conduction. Heat transfer through a solid is always by conduction. Heat transfer through a fluid is by convection in the presence of bulk fluid motion and by conduction in the absence of it. of allocating resources from less to more cost-effective interventions. For example, a study by the National Center for Policy Analysis at Harvard University focused on life-saving interventions that take place in the United States each year, costing US$ billion and saving , life years. The study investigated different ways of.
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Clipping of narrow extrema and distortion of smooth profiles is a well known problem associated with so-called high resolution nonoscillatory convection schemes. A strategy is presented for. Clipping of narrow extrema and distortion of smooth profiles is a well known problem associated with so-called high resolution nonoscillatory convection schemes.
A strategy is presented for accurately simulating highly convective flows containing discontinuities such as density fronts or shock waves, without distorting smooth profiles or clipping narrow local by: 3. Get this from a library. A cost-effective strategy for nonoscillatory convection without clipping.
[B P Leonard; H S Niknafs; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.; Lewis Research Center. Institute for Computational Mechanics in Propulsion.]. A COST-EFFECTIVE STRATEGY FOR NONOSCII,LATORY CONVECTION WITHOUT CLIPPING B.P. Leonard* Institute for Computational Mechanics in Propulsion Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio and H.S.
Niknafs** The Norton Company Chemical Products Division Stow, Ohio _o ¢o I SUMMARY Clipping of narrow extrema and distortion of smooth profiles is Cited by: 3.
A cost-effective strategy for nonoscillatory convection without clipping. By H. Niknafs and B. Leonard. Abstract. Clipping of narrow extrema and distortion of smooth profiles is a well known problem associated with so-called high resolution nonoscillatory convection schemes.
A strategy is presented for accurately simulating highly Author: H. Niknafs and B. Leonard. Leonard B P A cost-effective strategy for nonoscillatory convection without clipping NASA Technical Memorandum ICOMP  Duatary R and Louis Lions J Analyse mathématique et calcul numérique vol 9 (Paris: Masson).
Center, USA; p Title: Cost-effective accurate coarse-grid method for highly convective multidimensional unsteady flows. Technical Report, NASA, Lewis Research Center, USA; NASA-TM, ICOMP-E, NAS Title: A cost-effective strategy for nonoscillatory convection without clipping 5.
Natural Convection as a Heat Engine in Motion. Laminar Boundary Layer Equations. Scale Analysis. Integral Solution. Similarity Solution. Uniform Wall Heat Flux. Effect of Thermal Stratification. Conjugate Boundary Layers. Vertical Channel Flow.
Combined Natural and Forced Convection (Mixed Convection) Heat Transfer Results Including the Effect. A recently developed universal limiter assures sharp monotonic resolution of discontinuities without introducing artificial diffusion or numerical compression.
An adaptive discriminator is constructed to distinguish between spurious overshoots and physical peaks; this automatically relaxes the limiter near local turning points, thereby avoiding. "Convection is the transfer of heat energy by the movement of matter." There are a few points in that short statement that aren't quite right but it is adequate for most situations.
For thermal convection to occur we have to have the following: Some matter that can flow, literally a fluid. This is usually a gas or a liquid but in extreme cases.
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• Even for hot stars, helium and metal ionization can lead to convection (see Groth, Kudritzki & Heber,A&A). Convection occurs in gases and liquids. Hot fluids rise, cold fluids fall. Convection currents occur because heat is lost from the rising fluid, cooling it down.
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Making statements based on opinion; back them up with references or personal experience. Use MathJax to format equations. Hassan Niknafs, PhD a graduate of Mechanical Engineering from the University of Akron in Ohio, USA.
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For more details on. The authors have recently developed (reference 1) a cost-effective strategy for obtaining very high accuracy results for one-dimensional convective simulation on practical (i.e., coarse) grids.
The method automatically produces tight nonoscillatory resolution of discontinuities without distorting smooth profiles or clipping very narrow extrema.A CIP record for this book is available from the British Library ISBN: Printed and bound in Great Britain by CPI Antony Rowe, Chippenham and Eastbourne.Free Convection 6 Free Convection  • Buoyancy is the result of difference in density between materials.
• In this case, the difference in density is due to the difference in temperature. • In the figure, the air next to the plate is heated, its density decreases, and the resulting buoyancy forces the air to rise.