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Old   August 21, 2007, 19:54
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jinwon park
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I completed the two-dimensional compressible inviscid flow slover using the quadrilateral cells. It worked well. However when I needed to model a complicated initial condition, I suffered from difficulties resulting from the geometric complexities. From such experiences, I guess that the triangular cell will be more effective to model a complicated one.

However, I haven't ever experienced the use of triangular cells in the FVM. And all the books I have only explains the quadrilateral cells.

Does anyone know any book containg kind explanation about the FVM using the triangular cells? Most of all, the treatment of flux terms seems the most difficult one.

Please advice me how to start the triangular FVM.
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