Direct Numerical Simulation of 2D Incompressible Boundary Layer Using Compact Finite Difference

M.J. Maghrebi; A. Zarghami; M. Feyzabadi Farahani

Volume 3, Issue 1 , January 2009, , Pages 39-48

  The non-dimensional Navier stokes equations in rotational form for the boundary layer flow are solved using direct numerical simulation. The length scale and velocity scale of the base flow the boundary layer thickness and the inviscid velocity outside the layer are used as the length and velocity scales ...  Read More

Direct numerical simulation of two-dimensional and non-compressible boundary flow using compressed finite difference method

M.J. Maghrebi; A. Zarghami; M. Feyzabadi Farahani

Volume 2, Issue 1 , January 2008, , Pages 33-42

  The dimensionless Navier-Stokes equation is solved in a rotational form for the flow of a two-dimensional boundary layer of plates by a direct numerical method. Considering the speed profile at the input of the computational domain, the thickness of the boundary layer has been used as the characteristic ...  Read More

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Linear stability analysis of two-dimensional boundary layer flow using spectral method

M.J. Maghrebi; M. Feyzabadi Farahani; A. Zarghami

Volume 1, Issue 3 , July 2007, , Pages 127-136

  Theories of linear stability, reinforcement, or degradation of small disturbances examine the velocity applied to the average velocity of the flow. When the boundary layer flow expands linearly in the early stages of its development, the input boundary conditions of the computational domain are determined ...  Read More