### Abstract

A multilevel-multigrid computational algorithm is described for axisymmetric recirculating flows. A brief discussion of the basic theory of the multilevel fast solver method is presented. The method is used to calculate two flow fields. The first involves laminar flow in a contraction while the second is a turbulent flow in an expansion. The predictions are compared with experimental data. The influence of different iterative schemes on the computational times is also presented.

Original language | English (US) |
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Pages | 20. 21-20. 25 |

State | Published - Dec 1 1985 |

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*MULTILEVEL-MULTIGRID ALGORITHM FOR AXISYMMETRIC RECIRCULATING FLOWS.*. 20. 21-20. 25.

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**MULTILEVEL-MULTIGRID ALGORITHM FOR AXISYMMETRIC RECIRCULATING FLOWS.** / Phillips, R. E.; Miller, T. F.; Schmidt, F. W.

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