Graham V. Candler
Graham V. Candler
Russell J. Penrose and McKnight Presidential Professor of Aerospace Engineering & Mechanics
E-mail megerősítve itt: umn.edu
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Data-parallel line relaxation method for the Navier-Stokes equations
D Bose, GV Candler, MJ Wright
AIAA Journal 36 (9), 1603-1609, 1998
Review of chemical-kinetic problems of future NASA missions, II: Mars entries
C Park, JT Howe, RL Jaffe, GV Candler
Journal of Thermophysics and Heat transfer 8 (1), 9-22, 1994
Computation of weakly ionized hypersonic flows in thermochemical nonequilibrium
GV Candler, RW MacCormack
Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer 5 (3), 266-273, 1991
The solution of the Navier-Stokes equations using Gauss-Seidel line relaxation
RW MacCormack, GV Candler
Computers & Fluids 17 (1), 135-150, 1989
Subgrid-scale models for compressible large-eddy simulations
M Pino Martín, U Piomelli, GV Candler
Theoretical and Computational Fluid Dynamics 13, 361-376, 2000
Predicting failure of the continuum fluid equations in transitional hypersonic flows
ID Boyd, G Chen, GV Candler
Physics of Fluids 7 (1), 210-219, 1995
A fully discrete, kinetic energy consistent finite-volume scheme for compressible flows
PK Subbareddy, GV Candler
Journal of Computational Physics 228 (5), 1347-1364, 2009
The computation of hypersonic ionized flows in chemical and thermal nonequilibrium
GV Candler, RW MacCormack
AIAA Paper 88-0511, 1988
Recommended collision integrals for transport property computations Part 1: air species
MJ Wright, D Bose, GE Palmer, E Levin, G Candler, M Capitelli, F Blottner, ...
AIAA Journal 43 (12), 2558-2564, 2005
Development of the US3D code for advanced compressible and reacting flow simulations
GV Candler, HB Johnson, I Nompelis, VM Gidzak, PK Subbareddy, ...
53rd AIAA Aerospace Sciences Meeting, 1893, 2015
Thermal rate constants of the N2+ O→ NO+ N reaction using ab initio 3A ″and 3A′ potential energy surfaces
D Bose, GV Candler
The Journal of Chemical Physics 104 (8), 2825-2833, 1996
Development of a hybrid unstructured implicit solver for the simulation of reacting flows over complex geometries
I Nompelis, T Drayna, G Candler
34th AIAA Fluid Dynamics Conference and Exhibit, 2227, 2004
An improved potential energy surface and multi-temperature quasiclassical trajectory calculations of N2+ N2 dissociation reactions
JD Bender, P Valentini, I Nompelis, Y Paukku, Z Varga, DG Truhlar, ...
The Journal of chemical physics 143 (5), 2015
Rate effects in hypersonic flows
GV Candler
Annual Review of Fluid Mechanics 51, 379-402, 2019
A parallel unstructured implicit solver for hypersonic reacting flow simulation
I Nompelis, TW Drayna, GV Candler
Parallel Computational Fluid Dynamics 2005, 389-395, 2006
Direct simulation methods for low-speed microchannel flows
C Cai, ID Boyd, J Fan, GV Candler
Journal of Thermophysics and Heat Transfer 14 (3), 368-378, 2000
Numerical study of hypersonic reacting boundary layer transition on cones
HB Johnson, TG Seipp, GV Candler
Physics of Fluids 10 (10), 2676-2685, 1998
Thermal rate constants of the O+ N→ NO+ O reaction based on the A′ and A′ potential-energy surfaces
D Bose, GV Candler
The Journal of Chemical Physics 107 (16), 6136-6145, 1997
Hypersonic boundary layer stability analysis using PSE-Chem
H Johnson, G Candler
35th AIAA fluid dynamics conference and exhibit, 5023, 2005
Modeling shock unsteadiness in shock/turbulence interaction
K Sinha, K Mahesh, GV Candler
Physics of Fluids 15 (8), 2290-2297, 2003
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