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Old   December 29, 2009, 01:59
Default FVM using Cylindrical coordinates
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Hi all

I need some information on FVM using cylindrical coordinates. I am trying to solve a compressible flow problem using this in a pipe.

any suggestions, I would like to write a code in cylindrical coordinates.....

required suggestions regarding reference papers, articles etc

thank you in advance
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