SU2-NEMO: An Open-Source Framework for High-Mach Nonequilibrium Multi-Species Flows. Maier, W. T., Needels, J. T., Garbacz, C., Morgado, F., Alonso, J. J., & Fossati, M. Aerospace, 8(7):193, 2021.
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SU2-NEMO, a recent extension of the open-source SU2 multiphysics suite’s set of physical models and code architecture, is presented with the aim of introducing its enhanced capabilities in addressing high-enthalpy and high-Mach number flows. This paper discusses the thermal nonequilibrium and finite-rate chemistry models adopted, including a link to the Mutation++ physio-chemical library. Further, the paper discusses how the software architecture has been designed to ensure modularity, incorporating the ability to introduce additional models in an efficient manner. A review of the numerical formulation and the discretization schemes utilized for the convective fluxes is also presented. Several test cases in two- and three-dimensions are examined for validation purposes and to illustrate the performance of the solver in addressing complex nonequilibrium flows.
@article{maier2021,
	title = {{SU2}-{NEMO}: {An} {Open}-{Source} {Framework} for {High}-{Mach} {Nonequilibrium} {Multi}-{Species} {Flows}},
	volume = {8},
	doi = {10.3390/aerospace8070193},
	abstract = {SU2-NEMO, a recent extension of the open-source SU2 multiphysics suite’s set of physical models and code architecture, is presented with the aim of introducing its enhanced capabilities in addressing high-enthalpy and high-Mach number flows. This paper discusses the thermal nonequilibrium and finite-rate chemistry models adopted, including a link to the Mutation++ physio-chemical library. Further, the paper discusses how the software architecture has been designed to ensure modularity, incorporating the ability to introduce additional models in an efficient manner. A review of the numerical formulation and the discretization schemes utilized for the convective fluxes is also presented. Several test cases in two- and three-dimensions are examined for validation purposes and to illustrate the performance of the solver in addressing complex nonequilibrium flows.},
	language = {en},
	number = {7},
	urldate = {2023-05-04},
	journal = {Aerospace},
	author = {Maier, Walter T. and Needels, Jacob T. and Garbacz, Catarina and Morgado, Fábio and Alonso, Juan J. and Fossati, Marco},
	year = {2021},
	keywords = {aerothermodynamics, computational fluid dynamics, high-temperature effects, hypersonic flight, nonequilibrium flows},
	pages = {193},
}

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