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Old   March 18, 2013, 14:22
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Hi everyone,
I need a Matlab or Fortran code on 'second order van leer flux vector splitting method' or 'AUSM+ method' for my project. Can anyone please send me any of them? I need it for the rest of my project.
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Check Numerical Fluxes (1D Euler) Ver.4 in this link

http://www.cfdbooks.com/cfdcodes.html
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Thanks for your comment, but I need a code for 2D viscous flow over an airfoil and also second order van leer or AUSM+ (not first order van leer or AUSM)
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