|October 17, 2013, 10:00||
partial equations solving with c++
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maybe some of you know that I am working with the libOpenSMOKE tool from Alberto Cuoci and his team. The solver for combustion use the theory of flamelets and in the tool of him there are binaries to build the flamelets.
Unfortunately it is only available in binary code.
I am a supporter of open source software and it disturb me a bit that I have no insight to the flamelet generator code.
My Intension is to build a flamelet generator for steady and unsteady flamelets and integrate it into the libOpenSMOKE tool so that the whole flameletmodelling and solving is free and open for everybody.
Now I want to ask you if you know some interesting links for solving partial differential equation in C++.
I know there is the gsl library with a lot of good functions
but I need more information about the numerical integration of such equations and how to realize this in c++.
Maybe someone can give me an advice or hint.
Thanks in advance
|October 18, 2013, 10:54||
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In my opinion, the best book/tutorial on solving/computing PDEs is
Numerical Recipes: The Art of Scientific Computing, Third Edition in C++ (2007).
Unfortunately, I can't give you direct link, but you can try to search for it online or in some library!
Hope this will help!
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