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Visualizing the Inception of Flow Separation
Posted Fri July 31, 2009 @11:57AM
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News Researchers from MIT, San Diego State University, and United Technologies have developed a breakthrough methodology that allows engineers to precisely determine the location and angle of flow separation in both 2D and 3D as well as steady and unsteady flow conditions.

A Desktop Engineering article explains how “Our understanding of flow separation has just taken a big leap forward.”


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  • 'Visualizing the Inception of Flow Separation' | Login/Create an Account | 1 comments | Search Discussion

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    Postprocessing (Score:1)
    by robkunzinsc on Sun August 02, 2009 @11:32AM EST (#1)
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    So this is a new way to postprocess CFD data. Not a breakthrough method to detemine separation point. That is still a long way off for high Reynolds number flows.
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