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January 23, 2013, 18:52 
Two solutions of Sod's shock tube problem

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Hi
When I was googling I found two solutions of the Sod's shock tube problem with the same initial conditions. In the given references, especially density profiles are different. My solution is the same as the second reference. Do you have any idea how there could be two solutions with the same initial conditions? The references are: 1. http://www.csun.edu/~jb715473/exampl...1d.htm#density 2. http://irfu.cea.fr/Projets/Site_hera...est_suite.html 

January 24, 2013, 00:42 

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This is strange. I always get the first solution for this problem. This is a standard test case and you can see sample results in most books like Toro which show the first solution. Toro's book also has exact Riemann solution which you use for this problem.
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January 25, 2013, 15:26 

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Interestingly I get the first result with my 1D code but I get second one with my 3D code. I cannot figure out why this happens.


January 30, 2013, 09:27 

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This is very strange. I concur that the first solution is the same as the one in Toro and is the result I obtain with my code using 1D or 3D tests.
If the results differs between 1 and 3D solvers is it to do with the storage and/or order of flux splitting? The second page is very interesting, though I'm somewhat concerned for anyone trying to replicate those results, for a 1D shock tube okay we should be able to do it, but for example the RayleighTaylor case, this result is very dependent on the order of accuracy of the code (and even which implementation e.g MUSCL or WENO etc) so I think while you would reproduce the basic bubble/spike image to get the exact same detail is most unlikely. Liska and Wendroff have a good paper showing it "Comparison of several difference schemes on 1D and 2D test problems for the Euler equations". Sorry, a bit off topic but I'm keen to hear a solution to the OP's question and reignite some interest in methods :) Mike 

January 30, 2013, 16:32 

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I tried 2nd order accuracy in space and 4th order in time however that only makes the solution to look sharper and "better". Still my answer is same as the second resource.


January 30, 2013, 16:35 

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Sorry Orxan, my comments weren't really directed at the solution of the Sod problem, rather the other solutions on that page. I was just worried that if the latter data was a bit misleading the former could be too.
Certainly I wouldn't expect the order of accuracy to effect the Sod solution very much (definitely not in the manner here). This second solution is a mystery to me and I am eager to find the answer! Mike 

January 31, 2013, 00:51 

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Are the 3d simulations in cartesian or spherical coordinates ? Perhaps the 3d simulations are obtaining radial solutions which would be different from plane shock tube solutions.
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February 2, 2013, 07:45 

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are there any experimental results?


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the diagrams is told that are in t=.1s but it seems too much time and at this time equilibrium is almost reached.what time should be set accurately?


July 7, 2013, 06:40 
shock_tube

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hi,
ı want to make difference of pressure to be shock but ı don how to do this, so can you help me ? 

February 6, 2014, 11:21 

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is there any data about after reflection of shock from the wall? (pressure,density,temperature)
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November 12, 2014, 04:48 
Instability in solution

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Hi all,
I am trying to simulate sod's shock tube with Mccormack scheme (second order). I am getting infinite values, and solution becomes unstable very soon. Anyone has any idea what is going wrong. 

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