Indirect Boundary Element Method for Calculation of Hyperbolic Flow Past a Circular Cylinder in Case of Linear Variation
Keywords:Indirect boundary element method, Hyperbolic flow, Circular cylinder, Linear variation.
In present paper, indirect boundary element methodÂ is applied calculating the hyperbolic flow past a circular cylinder for linear variation. The boundary of the circular cylinder is discretized into linear boundary elements over which the velocity distribution is calculated. The calculated results are also compared with exact results.
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