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"New Hybrid Runge-Kutta Methods for Unsteady Reactive Flow Simulation: Applications;'' AIAA Journal, Vol. 42, No. 8,, pp. ) the new schemes are tested to . numerical analysis of turbulent chemically reacting flows in scramjet engines using point-implicit finite-volume scheme January DOI: /RGAuthor: Mohammed Kamel. Fluid Dynamics Panel., 2 books M. O. Deville, 2 books Walz, Alfred, 2 books Marcello Lappa, 2 books Mirela Kohr, 2 books Dennis A. Siginer, 2 books Michael Renardy, 2 books R. R. Huilgol, 2 books E. F. Toro, 2 books James T. Howlett, 2 books Bo-nan Jiang, 2 books Cetin Kiris, 2 books D. R. Reddy, 2 books L. Ting, 2 books C. A. Brebbia, 2 books. An explicit Runge-Kutta method for turbulent reacting flows calculations. Pages Second-moment computation of strongly-swirling reacting flow in a model combustor. Pages Hogg, S. (et al.) Numerical Combustion Book Subtitle.
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