The name UNIVERSE denotes Unification of essentially Eonoscillatory interpolation techniques with a geometrically VERSatile implementation. The finite-elementlike formulation in UNIVERSE-series codes is sufficiently general to include the treatment of hexahedral, triangular prism and tetrahedral cell shapes. Truly multidimensional interpolation is employed along with least-squares and ENO treatments. Simple and complex “Riemann Solvers” are employed as needed. The same code can be used for 1-d, 2-d and 3-d problems. This paper describes the inviscid formulation underlying UNIVERSEseries codes as well as the application of the methodology to Space Shuttle Orbiter configurations using unstructured grids.
|State||Published - 1 Jan 1991|
|Event||9th Applied Aerodynamics Conference, 1991 - Baltimore, United States|
Duration: 23 Sep 1991 → 25 Sep 1991
|Conference||9th Applied Aerodynamics Conference, 1991|
|Period||23/09/91 → 25/09/91|