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Old   June 26, 2001, 02:10
Default PseudoSpectral Methods
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M. Abedi
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Dear Sir

I hope some one help me weather there is any lectures on cavity driven solution, by pseudospectral methods using chebysheve polynomials in vorticity-stream function format. Thanks for your attentions M. ABEDI
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Old   June 28, 2001, 12:22
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Frederic Felten
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Hi there,

You can check the following publication:

"Pseudospectral solution of the two-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations in a disk." Torres, D.J. and Coutsias, E.A. (Los Alamos Natl Lab) SIAM Journal of Scientific Computing, v21, n1, p 378-403, 1999.

Sincerely,

Frederic Felten.
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Old   July 15, 2001, 17:46
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Max Huang
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Hello:

I remember that I've seen a paper in which the authors used chebyshev polynomial expansion to solve driven cavity problem. The papar is in "Physics of Fluid", but I forgot the volume number. It's published in recent 2-3 years.
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