Published in Published in 48th AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting and Exhibit Proceedings: Orlando, FL, January 4, 2010.
Copyright © 2010 Patrick Hu, Hongwu Zhao, Ramji Kamakoti, Nagendra Dittakavi, Liping Xue, Kan Ni, Shaolin Mao, David D. Marshall and Michael Aftosmis. Published by American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Inc..
The advanced Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) techniques that address the current limitations of Cartesian-based Navier-Stokes CFD schemes are explored in current investigation. Three promising methods of implementing improved wall boundary conditions are applied: (1) the enhanced diamond path stencil approach, (2) the reformulated extended extrapolation boundary condition, and (3) the ghost cell method. Several initial testing cases have been conducted with all these three boundary conditions, including the flow past a circular cylinder, flow past a flat plate at different inclined angles and flow past an AGARD RAE2822 airfoil. All the results show the effectiveness of these boundary conditions in resolving both laminar and turbulent boundary layer. Among all these methods, the extended extrapolation boundary condition attains the better results than the other two methods.