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Old   September 17, 2003, 09:48
Default Can i get help for SIMPLE
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Ramu
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Hi Every body, I want to implement SIMPLE algorithem, for staggered grid(3D),, can I get any free subroutines of this on the net,, Please help me..

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Old   September 17, 2003, 20:03
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Please post your email address or email to me. I want to help you.

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Old   September 17, 2003, 21:55
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So do I, my email tianbl@lnm.imech.ac.cn thanks!
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Old   September 18, 2003, 17:40
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So I'll be very gratful if it could be possible for you to help me too. My E-mail you can see above. Also now I'm collecting all avialable material about SIMPLE-like algorithms and its implementation, and all available free codes for this purpose. I can't pay any cent for iformation so I recieve just material out of payment. Besides I live in Lithuania, therefore US's codes are not avialable for me. I can recommend Fortran Perric's code - I like this stile of programming. http://css.engineering.uiowa.edu/~cfdht/ and also here are listed the open sourse information about SIMPLE and its clones. Articles from original journals I can't get - I'm out of money

1) A Unified Formulation of the Segregated Class of Algorithms for Fluid Flow at All Speeds Mechanical Engineering Department, Faculty of Engineering & Architecture, American University of Beirut, P.O.Box 11-0236 Beirut - Lebanon

2) A Unified Formulation of the Segregated Class of Algorithms for Multi-Fluid Flow at All Speeds M. Darwish and F. Moukalled* American University of Beirut, Faculty of Engineering & Architecture, Mechanical Engineering Department, P.O.Box 11-0236 Beirut – Lebanon *Email: memouk@aub.edu.lb

3)I can't remember where I got that, but in this thesises very detailed described all. With Google you'll find it:" This thesis discusses the development of a computer code for modelling fluid mechanics problems. The code developed is sufficiently general to allow the modelling of a wide class of problems, and care is taken in the development to ensure the accuracy and efficiency of the numerical methods used. After the description and testing of the code, it is applied to the modelling of two problems in fluid mechanics."

4) AN IMPROVED PISO ALGORITHM FOR THE COMPUTATION OF BUOYANCY-DRIVEN FLOWS Paulo J. Oliveira Departmento de Engenharia ElectromecaÃnica, Universidade da Beira Interior, CovilhaÄ , Portugal Raad I. Issa Department of Mechanical Engineering, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London, UK

5) Lectures note by David David D. Apsley (Dr) Lecturer in Civil Engineering UMIST http://personalpages.umist.ac.uk/sta...y/lectures.htm

It's useful

6) Engineering Turbulence Models and Their Development,With Emphasis on Explicit Algebraic Reynolds Stress Models Arne Johansson  Department of Mechanics, KTH, SE-100 44 Stockholm, Sweden

7)An Introduction to Turbulence Models Lars Davidson, http://www.tfd.chalmers.se/˜lada Department of Thermo and Fluid Dynamics CHALMERS UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY G¨oteborg, Sweden, January 2003

8)Lars Davidson: Turbulence Modelling http://www.tfd.chalmers.se/doct/comp turb model

There are also a lot of others issues but whole collection is not ready

That you'll find with he help of search engine

This chapter discusses the basic techniques for the numerical solution of Partial Differential Equations (PDEs) using Finite Volume approximations. With analytic methods the solution to a PDE is found for all locations within the domain of interest. However, with finite volume or finite difference methods the solution is found only for a set of discrete points within the space of the domain. For finite difference methods the domain has a number of points placed within it, and the equations are solved at each point. In contrast, for finite volume methods the domain is divided up into a number of control volumes, with the value at the centre of the control volume being held to be representative for the value over the entire control volume. By integrating the original PDE over the control volume the equation is cast into a form that ensures conservation. The derivatives at the faces of the volume are approximated by finite difference equations, and a system of sparse linear equations is generated that can be solved using a standard linear method. The process of transforming a PDE into a set of linear equations is termed discretisation.
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Old   September 21, 2003, 09:31
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please give me a copy of it.my email address is :xingqiuyuan@yahoo.com.cn
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Old   September 21, 2003, 18:37
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Try my report on SIMPLE solution for Staggered Grid at my home page:

http://panoramix.ift.uni.wroc.pl/~maq

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