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Dynamic pressure

About: Dynamic pressure is a(n) research topic. Over the lifetime, 3496 publication(s) have been published within this topic receiving 36148 citation(s). The topic is also known as: velocity pressure.


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Abstract: Finite element formulations based on stabilized bilinear and linear equal-order-interpolation velocity-pressure elements are presented for computation of steady and unsteady incompressible flows. The stabilization procedure involves a slightly modified Galerkin/least-squares formulation of the steady-state equations. The pressure field is interpolated by continuous functions for both the quadrilateral and triangular elements used. These elements are employed in conjunction with the one-step and multi-step time integration of the Navier-Stokes equations. The three test cases chosen for the performance evaluation of these formulations are the standing vortex problem, the lid-driven cavity flow at Reynolds number 400, and flow past a cylinder at Reynolds number 100.

793 citations

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Abstract: A data set of 1821 magnetopause crossings was assembled. Separate fits to subsets of this data set determine the magnetopause location as a function of solar wind dynamic pressure and interplanetary magnetic field orientation. Solar wind dynamic pressure variations produce self-similar magnetopause motion on time scales of one hour or longer. In this paper, the pressure balance relationship between the solar wind dynamic pressure and the location of the subsolar magnetopause are verified. The relationship between the IMF Bz, region 1 Birkeland current strength, the position of the subsolar magnetopause, and the shape of the dayside magnetosphere is quantified. Cross sections of the dayside magnetopause in planes perpendicular to the earth-sun line are oblate.

484 citations

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Abstract: The strong‐shock, point‐source solution and spherical isothermal distributions were used as initial conditions for a numerical integration of the differential equations of gas motion in Lagrangean form. The von Neumann‐Richtmyer artificial viscosity was employed to avoid shock discontinuities. The solutions were carried from two thousand atmospheres to less than one‐tenth atmospheres peak overpressure. Results include overpressure, density, particle velocity, and position as functions of time and space. The dynamic pressure, the positive and negative impulses of both dynamic pressure and static overpressure, positive and negative durations of pressure and velocity, and shock values of all quantities are also described for various times and radial distances. Analytical approximations to the numerical results are provided.

443 citations

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19 Aug 2013-ACS Nano
TL;DR: An innovative, large-area, and self-powered pressure mapping approach based on the triboelectric effect, which converts the mechanical stimuli into electrical output signals, providing potential solutions for accomplishment of artificial skin, human-electronic interfacing, andSelf-powered systems.
Abstract: We report an innovative, large-area, and self-powered pressure mapping approach based on the triboelectric effect, which converts the mechanical stimuli into electrical output signals. The working mechanism of the triboelectric active sensor (TEAS) was theoretically studied by both analytical method and numerical calculation to gain an intuitive understanding of the relationship between the applied pressure and the responsive signals. Relying on the unique pressure response characteristics of the open-circuit voltage and short-circuit current, we realize both static and dynamic pressure sensing on a single device for the first time. A series of comprehensive investigations were carried out to characterize the performance of the TEAS, and high sensitivity (0.31 kPa–1), ultrafast response time (<5 ms), long-term stability (30 000 cycles), as well as low detection limit (2.1 Pa) were achieved. The pressure measurement range of the TEAS was adjustable, which means both gentle pressure detection and large-scal...

412 citations

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Abstract: Symmetric finite element formulations are proposed for the primitive-variables form of the Stokes equations and shown to be convergent for any combination of pressure and velocity interpolations. Various boundary conditions, such as pressure, are accommodated.

401 citations

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No. of papers in the topic in previous years
YearPapers
20222
202188
2020113
2019136
2018159
2017146