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The large-particle method in arbitrary nets and its application to the solution of problems in the aeroelasticity of a parachute

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Modifications are introduced into the large-particle method to make it possible to use the method in arbitrary nonrectangular computing nets in the study of the flow of an ideal compressible gas over mobile thin permeable membranes. A problem in the aeroelasticity of a parachute is stated. An example is given of the solution of a problem in the stationary formulation for an axially symmetric parachute in the wake of a cylindrical leading body for supersonic flow.

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Translated fromDinamicheskie Sistemy, No. 6, 1987, pp. 16–22

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Logvinenko, S.A., Timoshina, I.N. & Moseev, Y.V. The large-particle method in arbitrary nets and its application to the solution of problems in the aeroelasticity of a parachute. J Math Sci 57, 3361–3366 (1991). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01097701

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Keywords

  • Permeable Membrane
  • Stationary Formulation
  • Supersonic Flow