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Old   December 20, 2007, 13:29
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Could anyone help me about van-leer flux splitting and steger-warming ? especially for van-leer flux splitting, i could not find the 2d-formulation for this flux splitting method. i am working on the 2d-unstructured code but only i could find is 1-d formulation ? any reference for 2d van-leer flux splitting

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Old   January 10, 2008, 08:19
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Flux is always perpendicular to the face.(1D) Even if the code is 2D or 3D, solution is always 1D for fluxes.
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Old   January 10, 2008, 08:21
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Umarim anlamiĊŸsindir emrehcim ama ayni aciklama defterde de vardi.
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Old   August 30, 2014, 08:53
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hi every one
I wrote a fortran code with AUSM method
it has correct answer in any speed ranges around NACA0012.

But i need to add viscous term to this program.

If anyone has this code please send to me.

Thank you
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