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Souverein, L.J. (author)
Shock wave boundary layer interactions (SWBLI) are a common phenomenon in transonic and supersonic flows. The presence of shock waves, induced by specific geometrical configurations, causes a rapid increase of the pressure, which can lead to flow separation. Examples of such interactions are found in amongst others rocket engine nozzles and on...
doctoral thesis 2010
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Elsinga, G.E. (author)
Tomographic Particle Image Velocimetry is a new experimental method developed to study three-dimensional motion in turbulent flows. The technique is an extension of standard PIV and makes use of several simultaneous views of illuminated tracer particles and their three-dimensional reconstruction as a light intensity distribution by means of...
doctoral thesis 2008
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Cnossen, J.M. (author)
For the simulation of many physical processes, a collection of mathematical models with different level of sophistication is available. Such a collection is called a class of hierarchical models in which the hierarchy is determined by the level of sophistication of the models. In many such classes, solving a fine model is computationally...
doctoral thesis 2007
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van Zuijlen, A.H. (author)
The simulation of fluid-structure interaction can be a very time-consuming task due to the large amount of time steps that need to be taken in order to obtain an accurate solution. To reduce computing times a higher order time integration algorithm is applied. Based on a mixed combination of implicit and explicit multistage Runge-Kutta schemes,...
doctoral thesis 2006
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Veldhuis, L.L.M. (author)
doctoral thesis 2005
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Wisse, M.E.N. (author)
The major technical challenge the development of next-generation launchers is facing today, is to achieve complete reusability in two stages to orbit or ultimately in one single stage. These Two-Stage-To-Orbit (TSTO) or Single-Stage-To-Orbit (SSTO) Reusable Launch Vehicles (RLV) may reduce payload cost by a factor of ten or more. The challenge,...
doctoral thesis 2005
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Baragona, M. (author)
Laminar separation bubbles may occur in a wide range of engineering applications such as turbomachinery flows, wind turbines, hydrofoils etc. Much attention has been given to their effect on the flow over airfoils because of the importance for an accurate prediction of lift, drag and heat transfer. In the aeronautical world, laminar separation...
doctoral thesis 2004
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Nijholt, J.L.M. (author)
doctoral thesis 2004
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Proot, M.M.J. (author)
doctoral thesis 2003
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Walpot, L.M.G.F.M. (author)
doctoral thesis 2002
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Van der Weide, E.T.A. (author)
doctoral thesis 1998
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Mooij, E. (author)
doctoral thesis 1998
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Timmerman, B.H. (author)
doctoral thesis 1997
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Boon, R.J.P. (author)
doctoral thesis 1997
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Haaker, T.I. (author)
doctoral thesis 1996
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Donohoe, S.R. (author)
doctoral thesis 1996
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Lanen, T.A.W.M. (author)
doctoral thesis 1992
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