Need a help concerning a pure convection problem
Hello all.
I am studying a book entitled 'An Introduction to CFD : FVM approach' by versteeg. I found two dimensional pure convection problem with discontinuity, and QUICK solver was developed for that problem. However, my code blowed up in the middle of running. I think source term of the discretized equation is so big which cause the system of the discretized equation to be unstable. Is there anyone who have an experience to deal with my trouble? I have a document of the relating equations and numerical descriptions and i can share if leaving email address. Please reply. Regards. 
What was the time marching scheme that was employed ? The explicit schemes have issues with stability. Did you test your code for a simple case like 1D shock tube problem to check the implementation.

My code use space marching called linebyline method mentioned in chapter 7 of the book. I think the method may be implicit.
What is your opinion applying linebyline method with QUICK to pure convection problem? I think my discretized equation applied by QUICK is ok but next step related to linebyline method is not sure whether is good or bad in this case. Do you have any suggetions to marching method? Now, i'm trying to implement relaxation technique but i can not be sure what results i'll get because the author does not mention in the book which marching method he used. Also i'll consider 1D shock tube problem. Thank you for reply! 
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which scheme you are using for pressure correction

Thank you for reply.
It doesn't need any pressure correction. The governing equation is as follows. rho*u*(partial phi)/(partial x) + rho*v*(partial phi)/(partial y) =0 And each of face value for 'phi' in FVM is applied by QUICK method and for multidimension, linebyline method is used. That's all. 
If it has discontinuities you can use CICSAM scheme.

Hi,
Can someone send me the 1D code for shock tube problem at babuu.nishu@gmail.com? I need it for my research. Thanks alot Nishant 
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