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Inertia terms for all Mach number Godunov-type schemes: behavior of unsteady solutions al low Mach number

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Inertia terms are introduced in a Godunoy-type scheme. The resulting scheme, called AUSM-IT, is designed as an extension of the AUSM+-up scheme, in order to allow full Mach number range calculations of unsteady flows. In line with the continuous asymptotic analysis, the AUSM-IT scheme satisfies the exact conservation of the discrete linear acoustic energy in the low Mach number limit. Its capability to properly handle low Mach number unsteady flows, that may include acoustic waves or discontinuities, is numerically illustrated.
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Low Mach number flows, All Mach number flows, AUSM, Momentum interpolation., Godunov-type schemes

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Moguen, Yann, Simon Delmas, Vincent Perrier, Pascal Bruel, and Erik Dick. 2014. “Inertia Terms for All Mach Number Godunov-type Schemes: Behavior of Unsteady Solutions Al Low Mach Number.” In Eight International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Abstracts, ed. Hanxin Zhang, Xiaogang Deng, and Zhaolin Fan, 319–320. Chengdu, China: Chinese Aerodynamics Research and Development Center.
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Moguen, Y., Delmas, S., Perrier, V., Bruel, P., & Dick, E. (2014). Inertia terms for all Mach number Godunov-type schemes: behavior of unsteady solutions al low Mach number. In Hanxin Zhang, X. Deng, & Z. Fan (Eds.), Eight International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Abstracts (pp. 319–320). Presented at the Eight International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Chengdu, China: Chinese Aerodynamics Research and Development Center.
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Moguen Y, Delmas S, Perrier V, Bruel P, Dick E. Inertia terms for all Mach number Godunov-type schemes: behavior of unsteady solutions al low Mach number. In: Zhang H, Deng X, Fan Z, editors. Eight International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Abstracts. Chengdu, China: Chinese Aerodynamics Research and Development Center; 2014. p. 319–20.
MLA
Moguen, Yann et al. “Inertia Terms for All Mach Number Godunov-type Schemes: Behavior of Unsteady Solutions Al Low Mach Number.” Eight International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Abstracts. Ed. Hanxin Zhang, Xiaogang Deng, & Zhaolin Fan. Chengdu, China: Chinese Aerodynamics Research and Development Center, 2014. 319–320. Print.
@inproceedings{5710149,
  abstract     = {Inertia terms are introduced in a Godunoy-type scheme. The resulting scheme, called AUSM-IT, is designed as an extension of the AUSM+-up scheme, in order to allow full Mach number range calculations of unsteady flows. In line with the continuous asymptotic analysis, the AUSM-IT scheme satisfies the exact conservation of the discrete linear acoustic energy in the low Mach number limit. Its capability to properly handle low Mach number unsteady flows, that may include acoustic waves or discontinuities, is numerically illustrated.},
  author       = {Moguen, Yann and Delmas, Simon and Perrier, Vincent and Bruel, Pascal and Dick, Erik},
  booktitle    = {Eight International Conference on Computational Fluid Dynamics, Abstracts},
  editor       = {Zhang, Hanxin and Deng, Xiaogang and Fan, Zhaolin},
  keywords     = {Low Mach number flows,All Mach number flows,AUSM,Momentum interpolation.,Godunov-type schemes},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Chengdu, China},
  pages        = {319--320},
  publisher    = {Chinese Aerodynamics Research and Development Center},
  title        = {Inertia terms for all Mach number Godunov-type schemes: behavior of unsteady solutions al low Mach number},
  year         = {2014},
}