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Old   October 16, 2012, 14:41
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Greetings everyone. I am writing Matlab (for now) code for a 3-D FVM study involving momentum, heat and mass transfer. I am following the SIMPLE method as outlined in the Versteeg book on FVM. I was working with fellow cfd-online member Michael Moor and he helped get me over my initial hurdle of not being a very experienced programmer. I wrote some code to solve for the examples in Versteeg but I wasn't very good at creating my own code from scratch. With Moor's help, now I feel that I have a strong base and am ready to expand upon his 2-D momentum code. I will next be adding heat transfer (convection) and then ultimately mass transfer to the code. I will then expand to 3-D and hopefully add turbulence as well. I would like to invite anyone on the forum to give comments or suggestions and I would be glad to share my code with anyone who wants to learn. I know I will also need some help debugging my code so I hope some of you will take some time to help me out. I hope to hear from you guys soon.

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Greetings everyone. I am writing Matlab (for now) code for a 3-D FVM study involving momentum, heat and mass transfer. I am following the SIMPLE method as outlined in the Versteeg book on FVM. I was working with fellow cfd-online member Michael Moor and he helped get me over my initial hurdle of not being a very experienced programmer. I wrote some code to solve for the examples in Versteeg but I wasn't very good at creating my own code from scratch. With Moor's help, now I feel that I have a strong base and am ready to expand upon his 2-D momentum code. I will next be adding heat transfer (convection) and then ultimately mass transfer to the code. I will then expand to 3-D and hopefully add turbulence as well. I would like to invite anyone on the forum to give comments or suggestions and I would be glad to share my code with anyone who wants to learn. I know I will also need some help debugging my code so I hope some of you will take some time to help me out. I hope to hear from you guys soon.

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Matt, it seems that we are on the same page here. I too am developing a code to solve a 3-D heat transfer problem having momentum and mass transfer. But as of now i am in the initial stages but will definitely consult you if i get stuck somewhere... and expect the same from you ofcourse.. :P
Till then all the best for..
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Old   March 12, 2014, 17:16
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Hey bud, I have been placed on another project and will probably not be using CFD as much anymore, however I would like to continue to work on my CFD (for my own knowledge) and hopefully we can work together - how is your work coming along?
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