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Old   July 25, 2010, 04:15
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Hi All
As a part of my thesis I am looking for a fortran code that calculate the fluxes in a shock tube using the riemann problem roe solver (finite volume method)...
anybody has the code ? or can send me a link containing the code? or even can write the code for me or guide me to write the code? i will send the formulation to anybody who likes?
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Old   July 25, 2010, 22:48
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Katate Masatuka's "I do like CFD" page has a number annotated Fortran programs for the calculation of fluxes in finite volume schemes

http://www.cfdbooks.com/

The Roe, Godnov and Osher schemes are there for 1D problems. Roe is there for a 2D.
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Katate Masatuka's "I do like CFD" page has a number annotated Fortran programs for the calculation of fluxes in finite volume schemes

http://www.cfdbooks.com/

The Roe, Godnov and Osher schemes are there for 1D problems. Roe is there for a 2D.
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the page can not be opened ...i think the server is down.....do you know any other resources????
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Search for NSC2KE - code 2D contains Roe and Osher fluxes, K-epsilon turbulence model on unstructured grids.

http://pauillac.inria.fr/cdrom_a_gra...nsc2ke/fra.htm
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Search for NSC2KE - code 2D contains Roe and Osher fluxes, K-epsilon turbulence model on unstructured grids.

http://pauillac.inria.fr/cdrom_a_gra...nsc2ke/fra.htm
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dear friend
the page can not be opened ...i think the server is down.....do you know any other resources????
Try this link: http://www.cfdbooks.com/cfdcodes.html
for a 1D Euler code for a shock tube problem
Looks like some codes have been updated.
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