By Johan Hoffman, Claes Johnson
This is quantity four of the booklet sequence of the physique and Soul arithmetic schooling reform software, and provides a unified new method of computational simulation of turbulent stream ranging from the final foundation of calculus and linear algebra of Vol 1-3.
The booklet places the physique and Soul computational finite aspect technique within the type of basic Galerkin (G2), up opposed to the problem of computing turbulent ideas of the inviscid Euler equations and the Navier-Stokes equations with small viscosity.
The publication exhibits that direct program of G2 with none turbulence or wall modeling, permits trustworthy computation on a computer of suggest price amounts of turbulent movement akin to drag and lift.
The booklet demonstrates the facility of G2 by means of resolving classical medical paradoxes of fluid movement and uncovering secrets and techniques of flying, crusing, racing and ball activities. The ebook offers new points on either arithmetic and computation of turbulent stream, and demanding situations verified approaches.
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3 The Euler Equations as a Continuum Model The Euler equations represent a continuum model with formally no smallest scale, since there is no smallest scale of the set of real numbers R. In reality we solve the Euler equations in finite precision computation using the G2 finite element method with finite mesh size h, which may vary in space and time. g. double precision with about 16 digits) instead of computing with real numbers with infinitely many digits with infinite precision (which is impossible).
And JAS Gripen (JAS photo from It is remarkable that 400 years passed between Leonardo da Vinci’s investigations and the largely similar ones by Lilienthal. Why did it take so long time from almost success to success? Can we blame the erroneous mathematics of Newton and d’Alembert for the delay? Or was the reason that the (secret) writings of da Vinci were made public with a delay of 300 years? We leave the question open. 1 Foundation of Fluid Dynamics Fluid dynamics as a scientific discipline starts with the Euler equations expressing conservation of mass, momentum and total energy as a system of partial differential equations.
We shall see that classical analytical mathematical methods may give fairly reasonable predictions for (very) long wings at small angles of attack, but not so for normal wings and/or large angles of attack. To cruise at 30 000 feet is one thing, and to take off and land a completely different game. Sailing is similar to flying from a fluid mechanics point of view, with the sail when going against the wind acting like a wing giving a lift force pulling the sail and boat against the wind but also tilting the boat.