Numerical Implementation of Far-Field Boundary Conditions for Transonic Aerodynamical Flow Problems.
Numerical study of a method for imposing boundary conditions based on an exact treatment of the linearized Euler equations in the far field is given. A corresponding code is tested by using analytical solutions, considered on different computational domains. It is shown that a second order approximation algorithm provides high accuracy for real grids, and it is efficiently parallelized for the transputer system MBC-1000 by using both MPI and DVM instructions.
Mathematical problems and theory of numerical methods