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KIAM Preprint  7, Moscow, 2024
Authors: Zhukov V.T., Krasnov M.M., Kritskiy B.V., Novikova N.D., Feodoritova O.B., Arnst E.A., Gross I.N., Milekhin Y.M., Sadovnichii D.N., Shkurin A.I.
Numerical simulation of thermo-gasdynamic processes in model solid propellant rocket engines using a three-dimensional parallel code
An approach for calculating non-stationary thermo-gasdynamic processes in model chambers of solid rocket engines is described. A three-dimensional mathematical model of viscous multicomponent gas mixture is an extended system of Navier-Stokes equations with the component diffusion equations. The computational model and the computer code are based on the developed original mathematical methodology that combines the advantages of splitting method by physical processes, robustness of Godunov's scheme for the convective stage and efficiency of explicit iterative Chebyshevs scheme for diffusion stage. The code is written in C++ and uses a hybrid three-level parallel structure, including the use of MPI, OpenMP and CUDA technologies.
numerical simulation, Navier-Stokes equations, gas mixture, solid-propellant rocket engines
Publication language: russian,  pages: 29
Research direction:
Mathematical modelling in actual problems of science and technics
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About authors:
  • Zhukov Victor Timofeevich, RAS
  • Krasnov Mikhail Mikhailovich, RAS
  • Kritskiy Boris Viktorovich, RAS
  • Novikova Natalia Dmitrievna, RAS
  • Feodoritova Olga Borisovna, RAS
  • Arnst Egor Alexandrovich,,  Federal Center of Dual Use Technologies Soyuz
  • Gross Irina Nikolaevna,,  Federal Center of Dual Use Technologies Soyuz
  • Milekhin Yuri Mikhailovich,,  Federal Center of Dual Use Technologies Soyuz
  • Sadovnichii Dmitrii Nikolaevich,,  Federal Center of Dual Use Technologies Soyuz
  • Shkurin Alexey Igorevich,,  Federal Center of Dual Use Technologies Soyuz