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スーパーポーズによる流れのシミュレート (第一報:サブルーチンによるプログラム体制)

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Title: スーパーポーズによる流れのシミュレート (第一報:サブルーチンによるプログラム体制)
Other Titles: Flow Simulations by Superpose Method of Potentials (Programing System by changing Combinations of Subroutines)
Authors: 栗須, 正登 / 宇都, 幸一
Authors (alternative): Kurisu, Masato / Uto, Kouichi
Issue Date: Dec-1973
Publisher: 長崎大学工学部 / Faculty of Engineering, Nagasaki University
Citation: 長崎大学工学部研究報告, (4), pp.13-22; 1973
Abstract: The superpose of potential flow, it was started by Prof.Lankin, is very easy method, but we are noticing new meaning of it. Our developments for this method are number of potentials superposed and apply of computers. We are able to be handle a great many number of potentials by appling computers and can simulate usefull forms for fluid machinery. Main purpose of this report is programing systems. We experienced that this method is effective, but it need co-working of many reseachers, during many years. The system has main program which consists of subroutines. The points of the system is change of combinations of subroutines. We can get many potential flows by changing of subroutines. For example, if we want to get two dimensional flows, we put "the sub. PUSS2" in the system. When, we need three dimensional flows, we only replace "the sub. PUSS2" with "the sub. PUSS3". The same ideas were used for the graphic subroutines. The system has several kinds of subroutines. They can represent stream lines, pressure and velocity distributions along stream lines and other graphic needs for flows.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/23800
ISSN: 02860902
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
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Citable URI : http://hdl.handle.net/10069/23800

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