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by Herbert Staedtke

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Author: Herbert Staedtke
ISBN: 352740578X
Language: English
Pages: 288 pages
Category: Engineering
Publisher: Wiley-VCH; 1 edition (October 6, 2006)
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Herbert Städtke has been working in the field of two-phase flow systems for 37 years

Herbert Städtke has been working in the field of two-phase flow systems for 37 years. He has authored more than 50 scientific technical publications.

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Dr. Herbert Stadtke has been working in the field of two-phase flow systems for 37 years.

At the same time, he explains numerical and modeling techniques which were not previously covered by other books.

114 7 Numerical Methods for Hyperbolic Two-Phase Flow System Equations . Mathematical nature of. . Mathematical nature of two-phase flow equations. Overview on hyperbolic numerical methods . The numerical simulation of the wave propagation processes is based on a newly developed hyperbolic two-fluid model which allows an algebraic evaluation of the complete eigenspace (eigenvalues and related eigenvectors).

In book: Gasdynamic Aspects of Two-Phase Flow: Hyperbolicity, Wave Propagation Phenomena, and . Triple configurations of shock waves that arise in a steady supersonic flow of a real gas have been numerically simulated

In book: Gasdynamic Aspects of Two-Phase Flow: Hyperbolicity, Wave Propagation Phenomena, and Related Numerical Methods, p. -34. Cite this publication. Triple configurations of shock waves that arise in a steady supersonic flow of a real gas have been numerically simulated. Previously, we have theoretically predicted that a new triple shock configuration with a negative reflection angle can appear in a gas flow at large Mach numbers and small adiabatic indices. This configuration is now obtained for the first time in numerical experiments

Gasdynamic aspects of two-phase flow : hyperbolicity, wave propagation phenomena, and related numerical .

Gasdynamic aspects of two-phase flow : hyperbolicity, wave propagation phenomena, and related numerical methods. 2 Single-Phase Gas Flow. Euler equations forone-dimensional flow. l flow in ducts of variable cross section. Characteristic analysis of flo. More). This paper describes a new approach to the numerical simulation of transient two-phase flow based on a fully hyperbolic two-fluid model of two-phase flow using separated conservation equations fo.

Städtke, . Gasdynamic Aspects of Two-Phase Flow: Hyperbolicity, Wave Propagation Phenomena, and Related Numerical Methods. Wiley, London (2006). 1002/9783527610242 CrossRefGoogle Scholar. 29. Stuhmiller, . The influence of interfacial pressure forces on the character of two-phase flow model equations. Flow 3(6), 551–560 (1977). 1016/0301-9322(77)90029-5 Scholar. Sushchikh, . Nguyen, . Liou, . S. Theofanous, . Hyperbolicity, discontinuities, and numerics of the two-fluid model.

Gasdynamic Aspects of Two-Phase Flow: Hyperbolicity, Wave Propagation Phenomena, and Related Numerical Methods.

Here, the author, a researcher of outstanding experience in this field, summarizes and combines the recent results and findings on advanced two-phase flow modeling and numerical methods otherwise dispersed in various journals, while also providing explanations for numerical and modeling techniques previously not covered by other books. The resulting systematic and comprehensive monograph is unrivalled in its kind, serving as a reference for both researchers and engineers working in engineering as well as in environmental science.