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Computations of the Compressible Multiphase Flow Over the Cavitating High-Speed Torpedo

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F. M. Owis, Ali H. Nayfeh

Engineering Science and Mechanics Department, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA 24061

J. Fluids Eng 125(3), 459-468 (Jun 09, 2003) (10 pages) doi:10.1115/1.1568358 History: Received April 04, 2002; Revised December 17, 2002; Online June 09, 2003
Copyright © 2003 by ASME
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Convergence history for a single-phase flow over a hemispherical body at Mach number 0.05 with and without preconditioning
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Single-phase flow over a hemispherical body at Mach number 0.05: (a) pressure coefficient, (b) enthalpy
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The pressure coefficient distribution for the cavitating flow over a hemispherical body (U=20 m/s)
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The pressure coefficient distribution for the cavitating flow over a hemispherical body (U=25 m/s)
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Time sequence of the cyclic process of the bubble generation, collapse, filling, and break off for the cavitating flow over a hemispherical body (U=25 m/s)
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The pressure coefficient distribution for the cavitating flow over a conical body
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Instantaneous bubble shape for the cavitating flow over a conical body at different flow speeds: (a) U=20 m/s, (b) U=25 m/s
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The cavitating flow over a hemispherical body with the exhaust plume (U=100 m/s): (a) temperature contours, (b) density contours, (c) pressure contours, (d) pressure coefficient distribution along the surface
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The cavitating flow over a hemispherical body at an angle of attack (U=20 m/s,α=5): (a) bubble shape, (b) surface pressure, (c) pressure coefficient distribution at the highest and lowest points of the surface

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