Problem C1.1. Inviscid Flow through a Channel with a Smooth Bump
This problem is aimed at testing high-order methods for the computation of internal flow with a high-order curved boundary representation. In this subsonic flow problem, the geometry is smooth, and so is the flow. Entropy should be a constant in the flow field. The L2 norm of the entropy error is then used as the indicator of solution accuracy since the analytical solution is unknown.
The governing equation is the 2D Euler equations with a constant ratio of specific heats of 1.4.
The inflow Mach number is 0.5 with 0 angle of attack.
The computational domain is bounded between x = -1.5 and x = 1.5, and between the bump and y = 0.8, as shown in Figure 1.1. The bump is defined as
Figure 1.1 Channel with a Smooth Bump
Left boundary: subsonic inflow
Right boundary: subsonic exit
Top boundary: symmetry
Bottom boundary: slip wall