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Hoeijmakers, H.W.M. (author)
The physical aspects, the mathematical modeling, the development and application of computational methods for the simulation of vertical flows are described. The high-Reynolds number vortex flows considered are assumed to be steady, sub-critical and such that the structure of the flow is well-ordered and consists of thin shear layers and slender...
report 1989
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Hounjet, M.H.L. (author)
A description is given of the method CAR88 for the calculation of steady and time-linearized unsteady subsonic and supersonic flow about complex 2-D and 3-D configurations. The method belongs to the category of the socalled panel methods. Results of applications in supersonic flow are shown which have been made to a 2-D oscillating flat plate, a...
report 1988
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van Beek, C.M. (author)
The application of a boundary integral or "panel" method to duct flows is described. The method is capable of computing the three dimensional, steady state, subsonic, linearized (Prandtl-Glauert) potential flow about general configurations. The method is characterized by the application of a Dirichlet boundary condition and of "compressible"...
report 1987
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Hoeijmakers, H.W.M. (author)
In part I of this report a method is described for computing the incompressible flow about slender, thin wings with leading-edge vortex separation. It is assumed that both the wing and the flow field are symmetric with respect to the x—z plane. The method can handle delta—like wings of quite general planform and shape. However, in the...
report 1986
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Hoeijmakers, H.W.M. (author)
In this report an approximate method is described for computing, through the unsteady analogy, the shape of steady vortex wakes downstream of aircraft configurations in steady flight. In the analogy the steady fully three-dimensional problem is reduced to a two-dimensional timedependent problem, corresponding to the evolution of a two...
report 1985
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Smith, J. (author)
The applicability of two-dimensional flexible solid wall test sections for three-dimensional testing is theoretically investigated for linearized subsonic flow. The method uses known interference velocity distributions along a targer line (derived from a method of images for this particular study). From these, wall shapes are calculated that...
report 1984
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Labruijere, T.E. (author)
A program system has been developed as a tool for interactive analysis and design of multi-element airfoils in incompressible viscous flow. A global description of the system is given. It involves the application of three computational methods, one for the analysis of viscous flow and one for the analysis of inviscid flow around multi-element...
report 1983
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van Egmond, J.A. (author), van den Berg, B. (author), Labrujere, T.E. (author)
At NLR a system for the computational design on multi-element airfoil has been developed. This design system solves the inverse aerodynamic problem in an approximate way. A priori specified aerodynamic requirements (surface pressure distribution) and geometric requirements are minimized in a least-squares way, introducing weight factors to...
report 1983
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Hoeijmakers, H.W.M. (author)
Characteristics of three second-order and two third-order panel method formulations for the incompressible flow about a flat plate at incidence are investigated. The second order methods employ quadratic representations for the doublet distribution, either based on quadratic B-splines or on a combination of a Taylor series expansion and finite...
report 1981
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Joosen, C.J.J. (author), Sytsma, H.A. (author)
With the purpose of evaluating the adequacy of the NLR Panel Method with respect to the prediction of the flow around 3-D configurations with mechanical high-lift devices, potential flow calculations have been carried out for a swept-wing/body combination with part-span flaps at low speed. Several configurations as well as several calculation...
report 1979
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