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  • Mathematical and Computational Methods for Compressible Flow
    Mathematical and Computational Methods for Compressible Flow. Providing a complex insight into the numerics of compressible flow, this book covers the development of numerical schemes and their theoretical mathematical analysis, their verification on test problems and use in solving practical
  • Fluid Mechanics, Fourth Edition
    Fluid Mechanics, Fourth Edition. Guiding students from the fundamentals to the analysis and application of fluid mechanics, this text covers compressible flow and such diverse applications as hydraulics and aerodynamics.
  • Combating Droop in Self-Contained Pressure Regulators
    , you should consider: _ What is the pressure drop, or the difference between P1 and P2? _ What is the set point? _ Will there be large flow variations? _ How critical is the regulation/control? If it meets the design criteria, a regulator will prove a more cost effective means of pressure reduction
  • Getting Powder Out of the Hopper (.pdf)
    Tanks and vessels come in all shapes and sizes. Those used for processing powders have one inevitable issue for powders that are compressible. Core flow behavior is a given (See Figure 1) and the powder may eventually hang up when discharging. The consequence is unwanted interruptions to work
  • Development and Application of a MHz Frame Rate
    The ability to capture the unsteady dynamics of high speed compressible flows requires the use of ultra fast imaging diagnostics. Application of particulate based scattering techniques in high speed flows requires the use of high power, nanosecond duration, pulsed illumination sources such as Nd
  • A better way to model fluid-power systems
    systems. A drag-and-drop method lets users quickly assemble components into the hydraulic system. In fact, the task can be summarized in three steps: A thermal and hydraulic library in the software includes over 115 ready-to-use models of hydraulic subsystems for simulating compressible-fluid dynamics
  • Calculating friction in one step
    A new method eliminates the tedium of determining pipe friction. Download the full pdf version of this article has long been used for calculating the friction factor, , for incompressible and some compressible flows in uniform pipes, ducts, and conduits. It is asymptotic to both the accepted
  • Water works
    is less expensive than petroleum oils, synthetics, and other hydraulic fluids. Water has a higher bulk modulus than oil, which basically means it is less compressible. So water may be the better choice in applications requiring extremely fast response. Water's low viscosity lets it moves readily

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  • Applied Gas Dynamics
    The chapter on the potential equation for compressible flows presents the governing equations and the means of solving them.
  • Theoretical Aerodynamics
    The chapter on compressible flows covers the basics and application aspects in detail for both subsonic and supersonic regimes of the flow.
  • Discontinuous Galerkin Method
    Analysis and Applications to Compressible Flow .
  • Technical fluid mechanics
    Stationary compressible flow ; gas dynamics.
  • Computational Fluid Dynamics 2010
    Runge–Kutta Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Multi–phase Compressible Flows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Spectral Methods
    Chapter 4, on classical spectral methods for hyperbolic systems and compressible flows , emphasizes algorithms for enforcing boundary conditions, methods for com- puting smooth compressible flows, and spectrally accurate solution of dis- continuous compressible flows using the shock-fitting approach.
  • Turbulent Shear Layers in Supersonic Flow
    This progress has largely been driven by experimental work, although numerical simulations of compressible flows have also made significant contributions.
  • Modeling and Computation of Boundary-Layer Flows
    Laminar, Turbulent and Transitional Boundary Layers in Incompressible and Compressible Flows .