|January 15, 2013, 08:28||
Compressible solver for differentially heated cavity
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I'm working on solver to simulate natural convection in differentially heated square cavity by solving compressible Navier stokes equation.
should I go for techniques such as MacCormack's time marching technique? Or If I discretize the compressible governing equations explicitly and time march using
Runge Kutta Rk-4 time marching technique will the solver work?.
with best regards,
|compressible, density based solver, heat transfer, solver|
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