Stable finite element solutions of fully viscous compressible flows
AuthorBarsoum, M. E.
Alexandrou, Andreas N.
SourceFinite Elements in Analysis and Design
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This paper presents a stable approach to solve convection-dominated flows in the presence of compressibility effects. This approach employs the Petrov-Galerkin weighing to the FEM equations to achieve stability at the high Péclet numbers and coarse discretizations considered. The solution of the fully viscous compressible equations is presented in Cartesian and axisymmetric coordinates. © 1995.
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