|December 13, 2010, 14:41||
A SIMPLE question
Join Date: Oct 2010
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Ive been reading through Malalasekera's and Versteeg's Introduction to Computational Fluid Dynamics through Finite Volume Method. I'm confused with how they present the SIMPLE method.
They say that a coefficient 'a' times the velocity equals the summation of the surrounding cells 'a' times velocity minus a pressure term and a source term.
au = Sum(a*u) - (p-p)/Area + Source*Volume
Sorry I don't know how to put subscripts for the i and j values.
What are the 'a' terms??? They say that they are a combination of the F and D terms that they defined earlier and can be solved for with QUICK, but they only say "a combination," rather than stating what combination.
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