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Old   August 6, 2002, 14:26
Default NS for multiblock grids
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Márcio Ricardo Pivello
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Hi, all. I'm searching for an algorithm to discretize the Navier - Stokes equations in multi-block grids. I'm new to this area, but I think the best way is by using curvilinear coordinates. I was suggested to use CVFEM in structured form, without using a connectivity matrix, but it seems to me that this is not the best method. Any hint? Thanks in advance

Márcio Ricardo Pivello Doctoral Student - Mechanical Engineering Federal University of Uberlândia - Uberlândia - MG - Brazil
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Old   August 7, 2002, 07:23
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Li Yang
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Hi, The following papers might be helpful:

1. Atkins, H.L., A Multi-Block Multigrid Method for the Solution of the Euler and Navier-Stokes Equations for Three-Dimensional Flows, AIAA 91-0101, 1991.

2. Vatsa, V.N., Sanetrik. M.D., Parlette, E.B., Eiseman, P., and Cheng, Z., Multi-block Structured grid Approach for Solving Flows over Complex Aerodynamic Configuration, AIAA-94-0655, 1994.

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