ACCURATE NUMERICAL METHODS FOR GAS/METAL INTERACTIONS.

Samuel Z. Burstein*, Eli Turkel

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Abstract

This paper describes numerical methods which can be used for the computation of the motion of plates when subjected to large transient pressure pulses. The methods are based on an Eulerian formulation of the physical conservation laws which are integrated by high order accurate methods. The boundaries of an inclined plate are followed in time by an interface fitting procedure. Boundary layer effects due to severe plate distortions are resolved by solving the problem in a transformed plane which is obtained by stretching and rotating the coordinates of the physical plane. Some preliminary results are presented.

Original languageEnglish
StatePublished - 1972
EventArmy Symp on Solid Mech, 3rd Bienn Meet, Proc - Ocean City, MD, USA
Duration: 3 Oct 19725 Oct 1972

Conference

ConferenceArmy Symp on Solid Mech, 3rd Bienn Meet, Proc
CityOcean City, MD, USA
Period3/10/725/10/72

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