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Zeke June 12, 2012 04:39

The SIMPLE algorithm is not too simple for me
 
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Hi,

I try to simulate the gas flowing through a tube filled with spherical particles in the steadystate regime. The equations are solved using the finite volume method and I try to implement the SIMPLE algorithm to get the correct pressure and velocity fields that satisfy both continuity and momentum equations. I tried for a week to solve the problem but I didn't manage to do it correctly.(I got negative velocities at some nodes :cool:)

I will be happy if some one can give me a clue on how to solve the problem. You will find a detailed description of the procedure I adopted in the pdf file attached to this post.

Thank you in advance,
Zeke.

ztdep June 13, 2012 18:36

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Originally Posted by Zeke (Post 365962)
Hi,

I try to simulate the gas flowing through a tube filled with spherical particles in the steadystate regime. The equations are solved using the finite volume method and I try to implement the SIMPLE algorithm to get the correct pressure and velocity fields that satisfy both continuity and momentum equations. I tried for a week to solve the problem but I didn't manage to do it correctly.(I got negative velocities at some nodes :cool:)

I will be happy if some one can give me a clue on how to solve the problem. You will find a detailed description of the procedure I adopted in the pdf file attached to this post.

Thank you in advance,
Zeke.

try the f77 procedure in my blog. i will add a new intel frotran f90 procedure in the next few days. hope this will help y ou

Zeke June 18, 2012 04:06

Hi Ztdep,

I will try to understand the global fortran code.

Thank you for your help and have a nice day,
Zeke.


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