FOURTH-ORDER KELLER BOX SOLUTION OF THE INCOMPRESSIBLE AXISYMMETRIC BOUNDARY LAYER EQUATIONS.

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    A computer code has been written for a general finite difference solution procedure of the incompressible boundary layer equations on a body of revolution. The procedure, a fourth-order accurate extension of Keller's Box Method, is capable of treating laminar or turbulent boundary layers up to a separation point and includes transverse curvature effects.

    Original languageEnglish (US)
    JournalAIAA Paper
    StatePublished - 1980

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    Boundary layers
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