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Singh August 8, 2008 12:33

WIND-US time stepping
Does any one know what is the default time stepping method in WIND-US? I know the default explicit operator is Roe's second order upwind biased flux diff splitting. Thanks

ztdep August 10, 2008 14:49

Re: WIND-US time stepping
Dear friends:

Could you please tell me how to download the wind-us. regards

Dennis Yoder August 11, 2008 13:36

Re: WIND-US time stepping
The following info on obtaining the Wind-US code is taken from:

Wind-US, and the associated pre- and post-processing tools, are releasable (for free) to all U. S. owned companies, public and private universities, and government agencies. However, only U. S. citizens and resident aliens may have access to the software. In general, requests from foreign owned, controlled, or influenced (i.e., those with nonresident foreign nationals on the board of directors) corporations will not be granted. Instructions for becoming a registered user may be accessed from the NPARC Alliance home page: or more specifically from:

You may also contact the NPARC Alliance User Support Team via email:

Dennis Yoder August 11, 2008 14:19

Re: WIND-US time stepping
The timestepping in Wind-US is described at:

The default is first order Euler differencing. Other options include second order, global Newton iteration, and multi-stage Runge-Kutta.

singh August 11, 2008 14:20

Re: WIND-US time stepping
Could anyone please tell me about the default time stepping scheme used in wind-us??


singh August 11, 2008 14:23

Re: WIND-US time stepping
Thanks so much

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