strongly implicit method
sir,
I don't understand the SIP (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stone_method). what does N represent Ax = (MN)x = (LUN)x = b in the above equation A and b are known values , what is the need of iteration here. 
Re: strongly implicit method
A is known but finding Ainv is very difficult, so we prefer iterating. (to know x you need to know Ainv).

Re: strongly implicit method
could you explain breif about this algorithm.

Re: strongly implicit method
on cfdonline, in the wiki there is a section on numerical methods, there you will find the link about stone's method. Read that.

Re: strongly implicit method
A contains 5 diagonals (Poisson equation discretisation result via the 5 points scheme).
If we try to performe the incomplete LU decomposition, L and U will contain 3 diagonals each, but the multiplication will produce M with 7 diagonals, so N must contain at minimum 2 diagonals of M that correspond to zero diagonals of A. So M = L*U and MN = A 
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yes i got 7 diagonals. with L has 3 diagonals, U 2 diagonals the additional two diagonals are stored in N matrix. Could you please expalin how to proceed after this. all are sparse matrix, so how to solve this equation.

Re: strongly implicit method
The best advice I can give you is to look for this book "Computational methods for Fluid Dynamics", Ferziger & Peric, the SIP is clearly explained and you also can download book codes.
Email me if you have difficulties to find them. 
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sir, how to download codes from peric book... could you please give your mail id

Re: strongly implicit method
this is mail id d_santhosh2@yahoo.com

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