Mississippi State University
Soni, Bharat K.
Date of Degree
Graduate Thesis - Open Access
Master of Science
College of Engineering
Computational Engineering Program
This paper presents an investigation of seven different flux splitting algorithms for the discretization of inviscid fluxes, which are the primary source for the non-linear behavior (eg. shocks, contact discontinuities). The aim of the present work is to enhance the accuracy and robustness of CHEM, a three-dimensional flow solver, which is capable of simulating a wide range of flow conditions, including chemical non-equilibrium. Five different test cases cases are considered and thoroughly analyzed. The overall goal is to find a numerical scheme that can meet some stringent specifications of efficiency, accuracy and robustness on the widest possible spectrum of flow conditions.
Darapuram, Rajasekhar Venkata, "An Investigation of Flux-Splitting Algorithms for Chemically Reacting Flows" (2001). Theses and Dissertations. 579.