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Geometry Package for Generation of Input Data for a Three-Dimensional Potential-Flow Program

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.. NASA Contractor Report 2962 A Geometry Package for Generation of InputData for a Three-Dimensional Potential-Flow Program N. Douglas Halseyand John L. Hess CONTRACT NAS1-14402 J U N E 1978 TECH LIBRARY KAFB, NU NASA Contractor Report 2962 A GeometryPackage for Generation of Input Data for aThree-Dimensional Potential-Flow Program N. Douglas Halsey and John L Hess . McDonneZZ DongZas Corporation Long Beach, California Prepared for Langley Research Center under Contract NAS 1- 14402
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  .. NASA Contractor Report 2962 A GeometryPackage for Generation of InputData for a Three-DimensionalPotential-Flow Program N. Douglas Halseyand John L. Hess CONTRACT NAS1-14402 JUNE 1978  TECH LIBRARY KAFB, NU NASA Contractor Report 2962 A GeometryPackage forGeneration of Input Data for aThree-DimensionalPotential-Flow Program N. Douglas Halsey and John L. Hess McDonneZZ DongZas Corporation Long Beach, California Prepared for Langley Research Centerunder Contract NAS - 14402 National Aeronauticsand SpaceAdministration Scientific and TechnicalInformation Office1978  . 1 . 2 . 3.04.0 5.0 6.0 7.08.09.0 1 . TABLE OF CONTENTSTable fContents .......................... iii Index of Figures .......................... V Sumnary ............................... 1Introduction ............................ 2 Symbols ............................... 7 Nomenclature and Arrangement of Input Points ............ 9 Panelingfsolated Components .................. 137.1 General Featuresf the Paneling Method ............ 13 7.2 Distribution of Points Along N-lines .............. 177.2.1nput istribution. naltered .............. 17 7.2.2nputDistribution. Augmented in Number ......... 18 7.2.3Constantncrementsn Arc Length ............ 207.2.4 Cosinepacing ...................... 207.2.5urvature-Dependent Distribution ............ 22 7.2.6ser-Specifiedistribution ............... 247.3istributionf-lines .................... 247.3.1 The Planar-Section Mode ................. 257.3.2 The Arc-Length Mode ................... 31Calculationfntersection Curves ................. 32 8.1 General Featuresfhe Method .................. 32 8.2 Restrictions and Limitations of the Method ........... 328.3Details of the Method of olution ............... 338.3.1 The Initial Search for LineSegments nd Surface8.3.2 The FinalSearch for line Segments nd SurfaceElements Containingntersection oints ......... 34Elements Containing ntersectionPoints and theApproximate Determination of the Intersection oints . . 358.3.3Derivation of a Mathematical Representation of the Surface f anlement .................. 378.3.4 Computation of More Precise Values of the Coordinatesof the Intersectionoints ............... 428.3.5 est Cases for the Intersection Method ......... 43Final Repaneling of Components .................... 479.1 General Considerations ..................... 479.2 Intersecting Components .................... 489.3 Nonl iftingntersected Components ............... 519.4 Lifting Intersected Components ................. 54 iii I .
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