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BOOK CONTENTS-

I. Introduction


II. The Euler and Navier - Stokes Equations


III. Generalized Curvilinear Coordinate Transformations
3.1 Metric Relations
3.2 Invariants of the Transformation


IV. Thin - Layer Approximation
4.1 Thin - Layer Equations
4.2 Turbulence Model


V. Numerical Algorithm
5.1 Implicit Time Di erencing
5.2 Local Time Linearizations
5.3 Space Di erencing
5.4 Stability Analysis of Di erence Forms
5.5 Matrix Form of Unfactored Algorithm
5.6 Approximate Factorization
5.7 Reduced Forms of The Implicit Algorithm
5.7a Diagonal Form
5.7b Pressure{Velocity Splitting
5.8 Metric Differencing and Invariants


VI. Artifcial Dissipation Added to Implicit Schemes
6.1 Constant Coefcient Implicit and Explicit Dissipation
6.2 The Upwind Connection to Artifcial Dissipation
6.3 Nonlinear Artifcial Dissipation Model
6.4 Total Variation Diminishing Schemes, TVD


VII. Time Accuracy, Steady States, Convergence and Stability
7.1 Time Accuracy vrs Steady-State Computation
7.2 Effect of Dissipation Model on Convergence and Stability


VIII. ARC2D - ARC3D Algorithms


IX. Boundary Conditions
9.1 Characteristic Approach
9.2 Well Posedness
9.3 Computational Mapping of Boundaries


X. Geometry and Grid Generation


XI. Examples and Application in 2-D
11.1 Code Validation
11.2 Inviscid Airfoils
11.3 Viscous Airfoils
11.4 Unsteady Aileron Buzz
11.5 High Angle of Attack Airfoils


XII . Three - Dimensional Algorithm
12.1 Flow Equations
12.2 Numerical Methods
12.3 Boundary Conditions and Geometry
12.4 Code Structure and Vectorization
12.5 Application in Three Dimensions