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Old   December 3, 2006, 08:58
Default Navier Stokes+Cahn Hillaird
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Dear CFD Lovers::

i have to solve navier stokes equation couple with cahn hillaird Equation for phase transition numerically using implicit method.

Can any one suggest me litrature source/books or send me some useful papers.

Thanks and best wishes

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Old   December 4, 2006, 02:15
Default Re: Navier Stokes+Cahn Hillaird
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you can refer to papers related to phase field theory (diffuse interface tracking, dendritic growth, mirco modeling), because the phase field theory is extension of the cahn hillaird eq.

as a good reference for derivation of phase field theory i strongly recommend this paper (really comprehensive):

M. Benes, Mathematical and computational aspects of solidification of pure substances, Acta. Mathematica Universitas Comenianae 70 (2001) 123-151, is online available from:
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Old   December 4, 2006, 08:16
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The paper is useful. i appriciate ur help,

Regards Khan
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