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Old   September 5, 2011, 11:17
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Hello, everyone!
I am learning the finite volume method currently. After reading some books and papers, I am going to write a small solver with the purpose to make a good understanding of fvm.
After some attempts, I found it hard to create the whole Ns or Euler eq and also met some other complicated problems.
At last, I think I should start from some open source. So, I am wondering is there any open source of simplest fvm code easy to read and understand for beginners? Both fortran and c/c++ are acceptable.
Any advice will be highly appreciated!
Thanks!
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Old   September 5, 2011, 17:28
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Try NSC2KE it is an open source NS code (Fortran 77 if I remember correctly).
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Old   September 6, 2011, 08:59
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Hello, everyone!
I am learning the finite volume method currently. After reading some books and papers, I am going to write a small solver with the purpose to make a good understanding of fvm.
After some attempts, I found it hard to create the whole Ns or Euler eq and also met some other complicated problems.
At last, I think I should start from some open source. So, I am wondering is there any open source of simplest fvm code easy to read and understand for beginners? Both fortran and c/c++ are acceptable.
Any advice will be highly appreciated!
Thanks!
-Keen
It is not finite volume, but for simplicity look at the first 2D LDC code on the CFD-Wiki->source code archive->educational. For what it does, the thermal cavity code is pretty simple too.
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Thanks all, I will try them.
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Old   September 12, 2011, 06:26
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Hello, everyone!
I am learning the finite volume method currently. After reading some books and papers, I am going to write a small solver with the purpose to make a good understanding of fvm.
After some attempts, I found it hard to create the whole Ns or Euler eq and also met some other complicated problems.
At last, I think I should start from some open source. So, I am wondering is there any open source of simplest fvm code easy to read and understand for beginners? Both fortran and c/c++ are acceptable.
Any advice will be highly appreciated!
Thanks!
-Keen
I have solved NS equation in serial of 6 papers, below is first one, the second will be published soon.
Please,help me, put this information in forum.
I am bad programmer and cannot do it myself.
Journal of Engineering and Technology Research Vol. 3(6), pp. 168-170, June 2011
Available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/JETR
ISSN 2006-9790 ©2011 Academic Journals
Review
Does a physically reasonable solution of the Navier
Stokes equations exist?
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Old   September 12, 2011, 06:38
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I have solved NS equation in serial of 6 papers, below is first one, the second will be published soon.
Please,help me, put this information in forum.
I am bad programmer and cannot do it myself.
Journal of Engineering and Technology Research Vol. 3(6), pp. 168-170, June 2011
Available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/JETR
ISSN 2006-9790 ©2011 Academic Journals
Review
Does a physically reasonable solution of the Navier
Stokes equations exist?
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Journal of Engineering and Technology Research Vol. 3(6), pp. 168-170, June 2011
Available online at http://www.academicjournals.org/JETR
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I think this online "Journal of Engineering and Technology Research" may be one to avoid.
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Old   September 13, 2011, 13:31
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I think this online "Journal of Engineering and Technology Research" may be one to avoid.
I am interesting in your opinion of my paper, not about journaj, which is academic. Have you???
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