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Old   June 6, 2000, 09:31
Default Compressible Fluid + Finite Volume
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mehdi
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If, I descritise a transient equation (continuity or momentum) for a compressible fluid with finite volume method, and convection terms with space differincing scheme (upwind,quick...). is it a difference between coefficients of neighbouring cells in explict and implicit formulation? If it exists a reference a bout that don't forget me!
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