6 edition of Stability of time dependent and spatially varying flows found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by D.L. Dwoyer and M.Y. Hussaini.|
|Contributions||Dwoyer, Douglas L., Hussaini, M. Yousuff., Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering., Langley Research Center.|
|LC Classifications||TA357 .S936 1985|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 350 p. :|
|Number of Pages||350|
|LC Control Number||86027893|
This article contains a review of modal stability theory. It covers local stability analysis of parallel flows including temporal stability, spatial stability, phase velocity, group velocity, spatio-temporal stability, the linearized Navier–Stokes equations, the Orr–Sommerfeld equation, the Rayleigh equation, the Briggs–Bers criterion, Poiseuille flow, free shear flows, Cited by: Stability of Time-Dependent and Spatially Varying Flows, with D. L. Dwoyer, Springer-Verlag, Finite Elements Theory and Application, with D. L. Dwoyer and R. G. Voigt, Springer-Verlag, Numerical Analysis of Spectral Methods (Translation of the French work by B. Mercier), with Nessan McGiolla Mhuris, Lecture Notes in Physics.
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This volume is the collection of papers presented at the workshop on 'The Stability of Spatially Varying and Time Dependent Flows" sponsored by the Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering (lCASE) and NASA Langley Research Center (LaRC) during August.
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() High Frequency Rayleigh Instability of Stokes Layers. In: Dwoyer D.L., Hussaini M.Y. (eds) Stability of Time Dependent and Spatially Varying Flows Cited by: Get this from a library. Stability of Time Dependent and Spatially Varying Flows: Proceedings of the Symposium on the Stability of Time Dependent and Spatially Varying Flows Held August, at NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia.
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Yousuff Hussaini. Abstract. Papers are presented on the application of stability theory to laminar flow control, secondary instabilities in boundary layers, a Floquet analysis of secondary Author: Douglas L.
Dwoyer and M. Yousuff Hussaini. Papers are presented on the application of stability theory to laminar flow control, secondary instabilities in boundary layers, a Floquet analysis of secondary instability in shear flows, and the generation of Tollmien-Schlichting waves by long wavelength free stream disturbances.
This paper proposes a new complex dynamical network model, in which the state, input, and output variables are varied with the time and space variables. By utilizing the Lyapunov functional method combined with the inequality techniques, several criteria for passivity and global exponential stability are established.
Finally, numerical simulations are given to illustrate the Cited by: 5. Stability of Time Dependent and Spatially Varying Flows pp | Cite as The Generation of Tollmien—Schlichting Waves by Long Wavelength Free Stream Disturbances AuthorsCited by: 3.
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A non-local stability theory is presented which includes the effects of streamline, surface and wave trajectory curvature on instability waves in three-dimensional, compressible flow. Only Local and Non-Local Stability Theory of Spatially Varying Flows | SpringerLinkCited by: Primary instability of the three-dimensional boundary layer on a rotating disk introduces periodic modulation of the mean flow in the form of stationary crossflow vortices.
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Averaged and time-resolved heat transfer of steady and pulsating entry flow in intake manifold of a spark-ignition engine. International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, Vol. 19, Issue. 1, p. International Journal of Heat and Fluid Flow, Vol. 19, Issue.
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Stability of Time Dependent and Spatially Varying Flows, Unsteady Triple-deck Flows Leading to Instabilities. Boundary-Layer Separation, SIAM Journal on Applied MathematicsCited by: Download PDF Abstract: We present a simple and efficient variational finite difference method for simulating time-dependent Stokes flow in the presence of irregular free surfaces and moving solid boundaries.
The method uses an embedded boundary approach on staggered Cartesian grids, avoiding the need for expensive remeshing operations, and can be applied to flows Author: Christopher Batty, Robert Bridson. Fundamental and subharmonic secondary instabilities of Görtler vortices - Volume - Fei Li, Mujeeb R.
Dwoyer and M.Y. Hussaini, eds.), Springer, New York, pp. –, Boundary Layer Linear Stability Cited by: Spatially varied flow in open channels occurs in a large variety of hydraulic structures as well as road/bridge surface drainage channels.
The equation of motion for spatially variable flow in an open channel, being produced by the lateral or a vertical inflow, has been treated previously. With the minimal resolution × 32 × 20 grid points covering a range of streamwise Reynolds numbers Re x 1 ε [ × 10 5, × 10 6], transition is obtained for 80 hours of time-processing on a CRAY 2 (whereas DNS of the whole transition takes about ten times longer).
Statistics of the LES are found to be in acceptable agreement with Cited by: Instability of unsteady flows or configurations Part 1. Instability of a horizontal liquid layer on an oscillating plane.
A layer of viscous liquid with a free surface is set in motion by the lower boundary moving simple-harmonically in its own plane. The stability of Cited by: A general formulation based on the linear initial-value problem, thus circumventing the normal-mode approach, yields an efficient framework for stability calculations that is easily extendable to incorporate time-dependent flows, spatially varying configurations, stochastic influences, nonlinear effects, and flows in complex geometries.