|July 16, 2011, 04:07||
Join Date: Jul 2011
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I'm quite new to CFD, but I'm willing to learn.
I want to model a chemical reactor with a fast reaction (very large source-terms). With finite differences it doesn't seem possible to me. So I choose to use Finite Volume Method and since I have some experience in Matlab, I choose to do it with ML. I search the web for some tutorials, but didn't find a doc that explains how to implement FVM in ML. Has anyone her a doc?
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