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Gabriel Usera May 8, 2007 09:31

Simple 2d Matlab Solver
 
Hi:

A simple 2d Laminar flow solver for Matlab is availabe for download in:

www.fing.edu.uy/imfia/caffa3d.MB

follow the last last link on the left:

"Simple 2D solver for Matlab".

The code is a simplified version of M.Peric's pcol.f. It might be usefull for class room use in introductory CFD courses.

For documentation please refer to Chapter 7 of Ferziger & Peric.

Regards, Gabriel


OPS May 11, 2007 12:15

Re: Simple 2d Matlab Solver
 
Thank you Gabriel, it really very useful tool to learn how to write a simple code.

Keep posting such informations.

OPS

Gabriel Usera May 12, 2007 11:13

Re: Simple 2d Matlab Solver
 
You are welcome.

I have a few post-graduate students working on simple extensions (scalar transport eq., axisimetric flow, particle tracking, etc.)

I plan to post those extensions once they are finished and tested.

Anyone is welcome to post other extensions as well, like VOF module, 3D cartesian, shallow waters, etc, etc.

Regards, Gabriel


OPS May 13, 2007 00:05

Re: Simple 2d Matlab Solver
 
I really appreciate your thinking and initiative. I wish every one on this earth to be like you.

Regards OPS

walker May 13, 2007 21:53

Re: Simple 2d Matlab Solver
 
I think there are other people who has also put the solvers for students to read and learn. I saw inavier on source forge. Its pretty complete navier stokes solver, for students to learn. have a look.

OPS May 13, 2007 23:08

Re: Simple 2d Matlab Solver
 
Hi,

Can you please provide me the link.

Regards OPS

OPS May 13, 2007 23:13

Re: Simple 2d Matlab Solver
 
Hi, Thanks for the information. Can you please provide me the link. Regards OPS

walker May 14, 2007 00:11

Re: Simple 2d Matlab Solver
 
inavier.sourceforge.net should work i guess.


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