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Shock capturing by the spectral viscosity method

Eitan Tadmor

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Published
**1989** by Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering, NASA Langley Research Center, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Hampton, VA, [Springfield, VA .

Written in English

- Gibbs phenomenon.,
- Shock discontinuity.,
- Spectral methods.,
- Viscosity.

**Edition Notes**

Statement | Eitan Tadmor. |

Series | ICASE report -- no. 89-67., NASA contractor report -- 181920., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-181920. |

Contributions | Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering. |

The Physical Object | |
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Format | Microform |

Pagination | 1 v. |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL16125804M |

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COMPUTER METHODS IN APPLIED MECHANICS AND ENGINEERING 80 () NORTH-HOLLAND SHOCK CAPTURING BY THE SPECTRAL VISCOSITY METHOD* Eitan TADMOR School of Mathematical Science, Tel-Aviv University, Israel and Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering, Hampton, VAU.S.A.

Received 26 June Cited by: Get this from a library. Shock capturing by the spectral viscosity method. [Eitan Tadmor; Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering.]. Shock capturing with entropy-based artificial viscosity for staggered grid discontinuous spectral element method Article in Computers & Fluids – July with 63 Reads.

Full Description: "The book summarizes several mathematical aspects of the vanishing viscosity method and considers its applications in studying dynamical systems such as dissipative systems, hyperbolic conversion systems and nonlinear dispersion systems.

Including original research results, the book demonstrates how to use such methods to solve PDEs Shock capturing by the spectral viscosity method book is an essential.

We propose a data-driven artificial viscosity model for shock capturing in discontinuous Galerkin methods. The proposed model trains a multi-layer feedforward network. This paper presents a shock capturing technique for a staggered grid discontinuous spectral element method (DSEM), which adds localized and smooth artificial viscosity to systems of nonlinear conservation laws.

The artificial diffusivity model used in this work is a modified form of the entropy viscosity (EV) presented by Guermond et al. ().Cited by: Spectral methods are a class of techniques used in applied mathematics and scientific computing to numerically solve certain differential equations, potentially involving the use of the fast Fourier idea is to write the solution of the differential equation as a sum of certain "basis functions" (for example, as a Fourier series which is a sum of sinusoids) and then to choose.

SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis() Shock capturing by the spectral viscosity method. Convergence of the spectral viscosity method for nonlinear conservation laws. 11th International Conference on Numerical Methods in Cited by: Method,2,20 Spectral Volume (SV) method19,33 and Spectral Di erence (SD) Method,32 The SD method is a newly developed e cient high-order approach based on di erential form of the governing equation.

The SD method can be viewed as an extension of the Shock capturing by the spectral viscosity method book multi-domain method introduced by Kopriva.

We conclude that high order damping, as a tool for shock-capturing, offers both advantages and drawbacks. Monotonicity, which has Shock capturing by the spectral viscosity method book the holy grail of so much recent algorithm development, is a reasonable goal only for ordinary viscosity.

Hyperviscous fronts and shock zones in flows with “spectral viscosity” aresupposed to by: This book presents the basic algorithms, the main theoretical results, and some applications of spectral methods.

Particular attention is paid to the applications of spectral methods to nonlinear problems arising in fluid dynamics, quantum mechanics, weather prediction, heat conduction and other book consists of three parts.

We discuss the convergence of Fourier methods for scalar nonlinear conservation laws that exhibit spontaneous shock discontinuities. Numerical tests indicate that the convergence may (and in fact in some cases we prove it must) fail, with or without post-processing of the numerical solution.

Instead, we introduce here a new kind of spectrally accurate vanishing viscosity to Cited by: NORTH-HOLLAND SHOCK CAPTURING BY THE SPECTRAL VISCOSITY METHOD* Eitan TADMOR School of Mathematical Science, Tel-Aviv University, Israel and Institute for Computer Applications in Science and Engineering, Hampton, VAU.S.A.

Received 26 June Revised manuscript received December Shock Capturing with PDE-Based Artiﬁcial Viscosity for an Adaptive, Higher-Order Discontinuous Galerkin Finite Element Method by Garrett Ehud Barter M.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology Shock capturing by the spectral viscosity method book B.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology () Submitted to the Department of Aeronautics and Astronautics.

Abbassi, H., Mashayek, F., Jacobs, G.B.: Shock capturing Shock capturing by the spectral viscosity method book entropy-based artificial viscosity for staggered grid discontinuous spectral element by: 4. Shock-wave propagation through obstacles or internal ducts involves complex shock dynamics, shock-wave shear layer interactions and shock-wave boundary layer interactions arising from the associated diffraction phenomenon.

This work addresses the applicability and effectiveness of the high-order numerical scheme for such complex viscous compressible flows. An explicit Author: Arnab Chaudhuri.

A method for shock capturing by adaptive filtering for use with high-resolution, high-order schemes for Large Eddy Simulations (LES) is presented. The LES method used in all the examples here employs the Explicit Filtering approach and the spatial derivatives are obtained with sixth-order, compact, finite differences.

The adaptation is to drop the order of the explicit Author: Sumit Kumar Patel, Joseph Mathew. the Kawashima class. Thus, combined with our spectral stability result, the stability problem for small-amplitude Kawashima class viscous shocks is complete.

Stability of Relaxation Shocks. Aside from viscous conservation laws, the stability of shock waves in relaxation models is also of great interest. Relaxation. Some recent developments stressed in the book are iterative techniques (including the spectral multigrid method), spectral shock-fitting algorithms, and spectral multidomain methods.

The book addresses graduate students and researchers in fluid dynamics and applied mathematics as well as engineers working on problems of practical importance. Shock capturing by the spectral viscosity method (E.

Tadmor). Spectral methods for simulations of transition and turbulence (T.A. Zang). Sections: 1. Algorithms for Incompressible Navier-Stokes Equations. A spectral method for time modulated Taylor-Couette flow (C.F. Barenghi). A three-dimensional pseudo-spectral algorithm for the computation.

The higher is the viscosity of the operating fluid, the greater is the resistance offered by it to the movement of suspension links (the resistance offered by adjacent layers of fluid to each other also increase).

This prevents the oscillation ef. VISCOSITY THEORY 81 But, both hr2i 0 and M are proportional to the number of bonds or n.

Thus hr2i 0/M is a constant for a particular polymer that is independent of molecular weight. We get in the simplest form [η] = KM12 () where K is a Size: KB. Spectral Dynamics’ Shock Test Machines SD B Series Pneumatic Shock and Bump Machine The Bump (SD B) Series Machines are used to simulate and evaluate the design and destructive testing of components, circuits, hybrids, and complete assemblies as it pertains to bump.

There are 7 standard Shock Test and bump machine test systems available or [ ]. A new set of sub-cell shock capturing, using cleverly chosen spectral viscosities, has led to a breakthrough approach for transonic/supersonic flow and Reynolds averaged turbulent Read More» Moving Meshing Algorithms for Implicit Structures.

The Chebyshev spectral viscosity method for the time dependent Eikonal equation. Authors: Mehdi Dehghan: Department of Applied Mathematics, Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, Amirkabir University of Technology, No.

Cited by: 5. Principles of the spectral vanishing viscosity method To recap the principal ideas of the SVV method we start with the one-dimensional diﬀusion equation ∂tu = ν∂x∂xu. (2) When the Fourier method is used for spatial discretization, the scalar u is decomposed in its complex Fourier modes ˆuk by u(x,t) = X∞ k=−∞ ˆuk(t)exp(ikx.

However, there are no known three-dimensional single domain spectral shock capturing results (shock waves are not smooth).

In the finite element community, a method where the degree of the elements is very high or increases as the grid parameter h decreases to zero is sometimes called a spectral element method.

Shock-capturing methods have become an effective tool for the solution of hyperbolic partial differential equations. Both upwind and symmetric TVD schemes in the framework of the shock-capturing approach are thoroughly investigated and applied with great success to a number of complicated multidimensional gasdynamic by: The book contains a selection of high quality papers, chosen among the best presentations during the International Conference on Spectral and High-Order Methods (), and provides an overview of the depth and breadth of the activities within this important research area.

The carefully reviewed. SHOCK AND VIBRATION RESPONSE SPECTRA COURSE Unit Synthesizing a Time History to Satisfy a Power Spectral Density using Sinusoids By Tom Irvine Introduction Consider the power spectral density specification Table 1 in Figure 1.

This level is taken from MIL-STDC. 10 FREQUENCY (Hz) A C C E L (G 2 / H z)File Size: KB. improves the resolution of the SVV method. For Legendre pseudo-spectral methods, Maday et al.

[12] used N 1, activated for modes k > P cut 5 ﬃﬃﬃﬃ N p, with Qb k ¼ e ðk NÞ2 ðk PcutÞ2; k > P cut. ð6Þ Karamanos and Karniadakis [8] made the ﬁrst extension of the spectral vanishing viscosity concept to spectral/hp element methods. flow solver: (i) finite difference method; (ii) finite element method, (iii) finite volume method, and (iv) spectral method.

(3) A post-processor, which is used to massage the data and show the results in graphical and easy to read format. In this chapter we are mainly concerned with the flow solver part of CFD. This chapter isFile Size: KB. k improves the resolution of the SVV method. For Legendre pseudo-spectral methods, Maday, Kaber & Tadmor [12] used ≈ N−1, activated for modes k > Pcut ≈ 5 √ N, with Qˆ k = e − (k−N) 2 (k−Pcut)2, k > Pcut.

(6) Karamanos & Karniadakis [8] made the ﬁrst extension of the spectral vanishing viscosity concept to spectral/hp element. Spectral Methods Computational Fluid Dynamics SG Philipp Schlatter Version “Spectral methods” is a collective name for spatial discretisation methods that rely on an expansion of the ﬂow solution as coeﬃcients for ansatz functions.

These ansatz functions usually have global support on the ﬂow domain, and spatial File Size: KB. The problem of measuring the viscosity of fluids under shock-loading conditions is discussed.

The authors examine in detail the method of Sakharov et al. () and Zaidel' () for measuring shear viscosity from the decay of perturbations on a corrugated shock front. The relevance of initial conditions, finite shock amplitude, bulk viscosity, and the sensitivity of the measurements.

an alternating descent method, and revisited it by the method of vanishing viscosity. In this article we study theoretically the vanishing viscosity limit of such a problem for 1-D scalar conservation laws with a general nonlinear-ity.

The discontinuities of coe cients in those equations lead to di culties when taking the Size: KB. SHOCK AND VIBRATION RESPONSE SPECTRA COURSE Unit 7A.

Power Spectral Density Function By Tom Irvine Introduction A Fourier transform by itself is a poor format for representing random vibration because the Fourier magnitude depends on the number of spectral lines, as shown in previous units.

Wang () introduced a discontinuous high-order finite-volume method for the solution of conservation laws in one-space dimension, which he refers to as a spectral finite-volume (SFV) method. The SFV method has been extended to solve a two-dimensional scalar equation on a fully unstructured grid (Wang and Liu ).Cited by: Classical shock-capturing techniques successfully damp oscillations around strong shocks but may affect the resolution of nonlinear waves of small amplitude as in the sonic boom.

Care will be taken to the design of a robust and accurate DGM based on the concepts of skew-symmetric decomposition of the convective fluxes [3] and artificial. Spectral Stability of Ideal-Gas Shock Layers fact that density goes to inﬁnity.

Here, we have chosen to work with Lagrangian coordinates for comparison with previous one-dimensional analyses in the isen-tropic case [3,12,27]. However, we could just as well have worked in Eulerian. @article{osti_, title = {Semi-discrete approximations to nonlinear systems pdf conservation laws; consistency and L(infinity)-stability imply convergence.

Final report}, author = {Tadmor, E.}, abstractNote = {A convergence theory for semi-discrete approximations to nonlinear systems of conservation laws is developed. It is shown, by a series of scalar counter-examples, that .One of the c o-authors, Professor Viswanath, co-authored download pdf book jointly with Dr.

Natarajan “Data Book on the Viscosity of Liquids” in which mainly presented collected and evaluated liquid viscosity data from the literature. Although it is one of its kinds in the field, Prof. Viswanath recognized that the design engineers, scientists.The slope of the ebook law ebook is the preferred measure of non-Newtonianism.

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